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NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center (formerly Dryden) has placed a huge catalog of research and flight videos to a Youtube channel. Check out this great playlist on Lifting Bodies. Advertisements
I have always been a fan of the Gyroc. If you see me at a launch at some point in the day I was likely to fly one. Back in the first year of this blog I wrote a post … Continue reading
Great introduction to Rocket Science.
That’s 99,424,000 pounds-force or 442,260,000 newtons! …and for a little science -a newton explained: N: newton kg: kilogram m: metre s: second.
The film was commissioned by National Association of Rocketry and is narrated by G. Harry Stine.
Latest and highest flight from point of view of the Hexacopter
This Solar Dynamics Observatory Atlas V rocket launch in February 2010 exceeded the speed of sound in a layer of ice crystals, making the shock wave visible from the ground. This occurs around 1:53 in the video.