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ScienceDaily: Aerospace News

ScienceDaily: Aerospace News


In-flight sensor tests a step toward structural health monitoring for safer flights

Posted: 29 Sep 2014 09:39 AM PDT

A flight test program is underway on nine commercial aircraft flying regular routes that are carrying sensors to monitor their structural health, alongside their routine maintenance. The flight tests are part of a Federal Aviation Administration certification process that will make the sensors widely available to U.S. airlines.

Suomi NPP satellite data used for mitigating aviation-related volcanic hazards

Posted: 26 Sep 2014 06:13 AM PDT

A joint NOAA/NASA satellite is one of several satellites providing valuable information to aviators about volcanic hazards.

Missing Realtor's Body Found in Shallow Grave (Newser Happy Hour 6-pack)

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Missing Realtor's Body Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Realtor's Body Found in Shallow Grave

(Newser) - Authorities have recovered the body of Beverly Carter, the Arkansas real estate agent who disappeared after showing a home Thursday . THV11 reports her body was found in a shallow grave on a property in Pulaski County; the AP describes the location as that of the Argos concrete company. Officials headed... More  »

 
Scientist Unlocks a da Vinci Secret

Scientist Unlocks a da Vinci Secret

(Newser) - Among Leonardo da Vinci's most famous paintings is a portrait of a woman holding an ermine, but a new analysis shows there's a lot more to it than that. The portrait features Cecilia Gallerani, the mistress of the "white ermine," as da Vinci patron the Duke... More  »

 
Suspect: Realtor Targeted Because She Was Rich, Worked Alone

Suspect: Realtor Targeted Because She Was Rich, Worked Alone

(Newser) - A little more light is perhaps being shed on the death of real estate agent Beverly Carter : A suspect in the murder, Arron Lewis, told reporters that Carter was targeted because "she was a woman that worked alone—a rich broker," Fox News reports. But he's not... More  »

 
World Lost Half Its Wildlife in 40 Years

World Lost Half Its Wildlife in 40 Years

(Newser) - The World Wildlife Fund has improved its methods of measuring the world's wildlife populations—and discovered that the situation is even worse than previously thought. In its Living Planet report , the numbers are stark: Populations of vertebrate species—including mammals, birds, fish, and reptiles—fell by a staggering average... More  »

 
Iran to Hang Woman for Killing Would-Be Rapist

Iran to Hang Woman for Killing Would-Be Rapist

(Newser) - It appears Rayhaneh Jabbari will not die today, but the 26-year-old Iranian woman's plight continues to grab international headlines. Jabbari has been sentenced to death for the 2007 killing of a would-be rapist, and Fox News yesterday reported that she managed to place a phone call to her mother... More  »

 
To Eat This 8K-Calorie Breakfast, Sign a Waiver

To Eat This 8K-Calorie Breakfast, Sign a Waiver

(Newser) - Think you're a big eater? One breakfast cooked up at the Bear Grills cafe in Congleton, England, is so daunting that only 20 people have tried it—and no one has successfully cleaned their plate. The chef tells the Daily Mail it's called "the Hibernator" because "... More  »

 

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Peter Thiel: Luck Is Just An Excuse For Not Working Hard Enough

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THE MOBILE AND ONLINE BANKING REPORT: Mobile Is Pulling Customers Away From Branches And Online Banking
THE MOBILE AND ONLINE BANKING REPORT: Mobile Is Pulling Customers Away From Branches And Online Banking
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THE CONNECTED-HOME: Forecasts And Growth Trends For The Leading 'Internet Of Things' Market
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The connected-home category will make up about 25% of shipments within the Internet of Things.   Read»
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The Pentagon Will Allow Some Undocumented Immigrants To Join The US Military
The Pentagon made a surprise announcement on Thursday to let...  Read»
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