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Carlyle exits 15-year investment in Sequa through sale to Veritas Capital

Carlyle has ended its 15-year ownership of aircraft engine and gas turbine specialist Sequa through a sale to fellow private equity house Veritas Capital.The...

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Splashdown of SpaceX capsule caps busy season of space station crew rotations

Four astronauts returned to Earth from the International Space Station early Friday with a parachute-assisted splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida, the sixth crew launch or landing in support of the station program in fewer than 50 days.

Supply Chain Weekly Wrap-Up 04/29/2022-05/05/2022

Shipping giant sees signs of supply chain bottlenecks easingAccording to one of the world’s largest shipping companies, bottlenecks caused by the lockdowns in China...

Rocket Lab briefly catches booster in mid-air after successful launch

Rocket Lab used a helicopter to capture a spent Electron first stage booster and its parachute after launching satellites from New Zealand Monday, a significant step forward for the company's rocket recovery and reuse program. The helicopter dropped the rocket a few seconds later.

SpaceX launches Falcon 9 booster for second time in three weeks

SpaceX continued throttling up its launch rate with another Starlink mission from Cape Canaveral Friday, completing a rapid recycle with a Falcon 9 first stage booster flying for the second time in 21 days.

EVEKTOR REVEALS SPORTSTAR RTC WITH ROTAX 912iSc  & NEW HIGH-TECH COCKPIT AT AERO 2022 

The first day of Aero Friedrichshafen 2022 was opened yesterday. During Evektor´s Grand Opening Ceremony the company CEO Mr. Martin Kárník introduced a new facelift of EASA certified SportStar RTC aircraft and further direction of innovations & Evektor aircraft development.   The exhibited SportStar RTC is newly equipped with a Rotax 912iSc Fuel Injected engine providing […]

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Ingenuity helicopter flies over leftover wreckage from Mars landing last year

NASA's flying drone on Mars has recorded aerial views of debris left behind from the landing of the Perseverance rover last year, showing remarkable details of the craft's supersonic parachute and part of its aeroshell.
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Rocket Lab confirms plan to catch booster with helicopter later this month

Rocket Lab plans the first attempt to catch one of its returning small satellite boosters by helicopter after a launch later this month, nearly three years after the company announced its mid-air recovery and reuse concept.

TUNGSRAM: innovation is in our bloodstream

Tungsram – an iconic name – returned to the global market in 2018 as an innovative, premium European brand with the acquisition of GE Lighting’s Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Turkey general lighting business along with the global automotive operation. Tungsram, originally established in 1896, is a brainchild of the 2nd industrial revolution – resulting […]

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The export of arms to Russia despite the embargo is a disgrace to the whole EU!

The export of arms to Russia despite the embargo is a disgrace to the whole EU! So far, four packages of sanctions have been approved at the EU level against Russia in response to the attack on Ukraine. What is less well known, however, is that some of the sanctions were already imposed after Russia’s […]

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Compass Cope/B-58A

The two aircraft are unrelated, apart from the fact that I have uploaded scans of each to the 2022-03 APR Extras folder on Dropbox for $4 and up patrons/Subscribers. The first is a brief magazine writeup showing illustrations of the Boeing and Ryan designs for the Compass Cope unmanned recon vehicles from the early 1970s; [...]

NASA astronaut, two cosmonauts set for Wednesday return to Earth

NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei, launched by Russia to the International Space Station aboard a Soyuz spacecraft last April, returns this week to a world torn by war in Ukraine and escalating superpower tension as he closes out a 355-day stay in orbit, the longest single flight by a U.S. astronaut.
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