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Tag Archives: Aerospace
Pat Duggins’ book Final Countdown, which documents NASA’s move to shutdown the Space Shuttle Program repeats an important aviation and aerospace maxim: The mission should define the vehicle, not the vehicle define the mission. Apollo’s mission was to put a … Continue reading
There are no shortage of insights to be taken from the aviation and aerospace industry. Any achievements are made in public – the Wright’s couldn’t hide their practice sessions in Ohio, Sputnik’s surface reflected in the night sky as it … Continue reading
The history of aviation and aerospace is fascinating because the achievements were technically challenging and the impact on society has been so clear. Through the major phases of the industry’s growth ideas evolved across the globe, with the pioneers taking … Continue reading