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It IS rocket science!

Graham Mackrell, managing director Harmonic Drive, explains why its strain wave gears have been the top choice in space for over forty years. Anything that goes into space is seen as the pinnacle of human creation. Astronauts are highly trained and are at the peak of physical fitness, space shuttles are crafted by large teams [...]

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Nebraska Engineering college students take pleasure in rocket workshop at NASA

On Thursday, June 21 at six a.m. EDT, a 48-foot NASA rocket launched to go much more than 70 miles into area whilst carrying two payloads created by Nebraska Engineering student teams. Nebraska Engineering News

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