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Captain Rosemary Mariner, first female who flies a tactical jet, dies

Recent emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered provided the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIBE Jan. 31, 2019, 20:58 GMT By Elizabeth Chuck The rules were clear as she grew up: women were not allowed to fly US military aircraft. But that would not stop Rosemary Bryant Mariner. The daughter of …

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The shuttle flies again! NASA releases the mini-plane "Dream Chaser"

A radically new mini space shuttle has been approved by NASA. The "Dream Chaser", the manufacturer Sierra Nevada Corp, hopes that it could begin by the end of 2020 with the delivery of freight to the International Space Station. Now NASA has launched a full production of the ship to begin a series of tests. Scroll down for videos The …

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Dad flies the flight attendant's flights on all his daughter's flights to spend time with her at Christmas

After learning that his daughter had to work for the flight attendant for Christmas, a father decided to spend the vacation aboard to spend time with her leg room, damn it. Hal Vaughan flew on several delta flights with his daughter Pierce when it was planned to work Christmas and Christmas. According to 11 Alive, "The pair flew together from …

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Pterosaurs: For flies over feathery fossils

Image copyright Yuan Zhang / Nature Ecology & Evolution Image caption                  Two exceptionally well-preserved fossils give a new picture of the pterosaurs. Scientists believe the creatures have had feathers, and looked like something like brown bats with fuzzy wings. Pterosaurs were the closest relatives of dinosaurs, sharing a common ancestor about 250 million years ago. "We would suggest – …

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News – Head Up! The bright comet Wirtanen flies past Earth on Sunday

OUTSIDE THE WORLD | Earth, space and everything in between – a daily journey through weather, space and science with meteorologist / science journalist Scott Sutherland Scott Sutherland Meteorologist / science journalist Sunday, December 16, 2018, 13:59 – Autumn Skywatchers were treated this season with a series of meteor showers culminating in the "Rock Comet" Geminids, but watch out for …

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Five Star Safety Daxton Hill from Michigan flies to Alabama

Michigan has just lost its best rated recruits for 2019. Daxton Hill, a Tulsa five-star security service in Oklahoma, switched its engagement from Michigan to Alabama on Saturday, he said on social media. In a note posted on Twitter, Hill wrote in part, "I want to Thanks to the Michigan University for their love and support throughout this recruiting period.Thank …

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SpaceX launches a swarm of satellites for the third time and flies again for rocket flight – Spaceflight Now

A Falcon 9 rocket will take off on Monday at 10:34 am PST (1:34 pm EST, 1834 GMT) from the Space Launch Complex 4-East at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. Credit: SpaceX With new record-breaking commercial and satellite industry records, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched from a first-stage booster and recovered twice before clearing on Monday with 64 small …

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Star Trek inspired airplane flies in Ionian wind

By Jamie Jirak – November 25, 2018 Thanks to some MIT scientists, airplanes fly boldly where there were no aircraft before. India Today The Airplanes in Star Trek have inspired scientists to build and fly the first aircraft "with no moving parts", with the idea of ​​a "quieter, simpler aircraft without combustion emissions ". [19659004] The aircraft we know today …

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Experimental plane flies silently, can lead to quiet drones

By Malcolm Ritter | AP 21. November at 1:06 PM NEW YORK – An almost silent, drone-sized aircraft has shown it can fly, thanks to a scientist inspired by "Star Trek" as a child. [19659005] Without propellers or jet aircraft, the aircraft gets its thrust by applying a strong electric field to the air. This general idea was demonstrated at …

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