The U.S. Congress authorized and funded construction of Space Shuttle Endeavour in 1987, following the tragic loss in 1986 of Challenger. Endeavor’s price tag was a cool $2.2 billion dollars. Rockwell International won the contract and undertook the project, which took advantage of structural spares from two previous NASA orbiters; yet, the large conglomerate (now defunct, except for Rockwell Automation … Read More
Posts tagged with 'Challenger'
After 30 years of service, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is going to be retiring its fleet of three space shuttles next year. The final flight of the shuttle Atlantis took place in May, Discovery’s final flight is set for November 1, and Discovery will be grounded after its last mission planned for February of 2011. The first of four test flights of the NASA space shuttle … Read More
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Embedded software development books
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Vehicle System Design
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2nd International Conference on Advanced Automotive 48V Power Supply Systems
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