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Editor's Notebook
The art of timeliness
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From the Corner Office
Meet the AIAA presidential candidates
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SciTech 2017
Highlights from the forum in Grapevine, Texas
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Q&A

NASA’s David McBride
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Engineering Notebook
Tiny drones, big questions

Opinion

Why modern planes crash
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Career Opportunities

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Looking Back


Trajectories
Julian Horvath from Iridium Communications
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FEATURES

Fuel-free space travel

NASA researchers rattled the propulsion community when they reported generating thrust inside a vacuum chamber with electromagnetism instead of propellants. Read it
by Adam Hadhazy

Building GOES-R
NOAA’s newest geostationary weather satellite is expected to dramatically improve severe weather forecasting.
by Warren Ferster

100 Years at Langley
For a century, the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory has played a crucial role in the design, testing and development of aircraft and spacecraft.. by Debra Werner

Defending Earth
Civilian agencies are largely leading the U.S. readiness against wayward asteroids and comets. Is that wise? Read it
by Michael Peck
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