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On thin ice

BY HENDRIK THIELEMANN Issue 4 – September 2019   Our Arctic permafrost is melting, and this has serious adverse ­consequences for local habitats as well as for the global climate. ­Scientists from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) are therefore ­observing the permafrost region in northern Canada and taking ­measurements with highly advanced imaging radar while…

Cooperating in the sky to save lives at sea

BY MATTHEW BEATTIE Issue 3 – March 2019   The Netherlands Coastguard is responsible for patrolling around 451 kilometers of Dutch coastline and more than 57,000 square kilometers of the North Sea. Their missions include everything from search and rescue operations to fisheries management and border patrol to pollution control. Such varied responsibilities demand a…

Amazing and astonishing flight with research Fly-By-Wire system

BY HONORED GUEST WRITER MASAYUKI SATO Issue 2 – September 2018   Mr. Sato is an Associate Senior Researcher at the Aeronautical Technology Directorate of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). JAXA is Japan’s national research and development agency, created in 2003 following the merger of three institutions: the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science…

Designed for duty in the toughest conditions

BY MATTHEW BEATTIE Issue 1 – February 2018   The late founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, once famously said, “Design is not just what it looks and feels like. Design is how it works.” Great design not only fulfils a function, it also anticipates the needs of users – and it fits in seamlessly with…

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