United States: car driver driving into crowd at Christmas parade charged with 5 homicides

DRAMA – An SUV crashed into a crowd gathered for a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin. A police report shows 5 dead and forty wounded. The driver was charged with five homicides. LCI editorial staff – 2021-11-22T20:26:18.872+01:00 A frightful drama in the middle of the Christmas parade. An SUV-type vehicle crashed into a crowd gathered … Read more

10 questions about superethanol-E85: the fuel that makes driving really cheaper

the essential With a liter of fuel at 0.69 € per liter, superethanol-E85 is the cheapest fuel on the market. What cars can use it? Does it have any drawbacks? Is it sold everywhere? La Dépêche helps you to see clearly. A liter of fuel at 0.69 €? This price displayed at the gas station … Read more

Global Aircraft VHF System Market Innovative Trends, Driving Factors and Growth Analysis 2021-2027 – Otterbein 360

MarketsandResearch.biz has  released of a new research titled Global Aircraft VHF System Market which comprises regional and global market data and is expected to generate a lucrative valuation from 2021 to 2027.The production and intake data determine the geographical segments. The market of each region, as well as the rate of growth in each region, … Read more

Former SpaceX Engineer Driving New Battery Technology

An executive and entrepreneur who designed battery packs for SpaceX has partnered with a leader of India’s transportation industry in a venture designed to improve the lifecycle of lithium-ion batteries, and help that country’s transition toward electric passenger vehicles. Porter Harris, a battery engineer known for his work in thermal cooling and heating methodology, and … Read more

3D-printed rocket engines: the technology driving the private sector space race

This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Space.com’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. Oliver Hitchens, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Surrey The volatile nature of space rocket engines means that many early prototypes end up embedded in dirt banks or decorating the tops … Read more

NASA scientists explain what’s driving the decline in Arctic sea ice

September marks the end of the summer sea ice melt season and the Arctic sea ice minimum, when sea ice over the Northern Hemisphere ocean reaches its lowest extent of the year. For ship captains hoping to navigate across the Arctic, this is typically their best chance to do it, especially in more recent years. … Read more

the tech driving the private space race

Analysis: Space companies are now moving away from subtractive manufacturing processes – which remove material to shape a part – to additive manufacturing processes that build up a part by adding material to it bit by bit. By Oliver Hitchens, University of Surrey The volatile nature of space rocket engines means that many early prototypes … Read more

Global Semiconductor in Aerospace and Military Market Size,Growth, Global Driving Factors by Manufacturers, Growth Opportunities, Regions, Type and Application, Revenue Market Forecast 2027

“A SWOT Analysis of Semiconductor in Aerospace and Military, Professional Survey Report Including Top Most Global Players Analysis with CAGR and Stock Market Up and Down.” The global “Semiconductor in Aerospace and Military market” research report is crafted with the concise assessment and extensive understanding of the realistic data of the global Semiconductor in Aerospace … Read more

the technology driving the private sector space race

The volatile nature of space rocket engines means that many early prototypes end up embedded in dirt banks or decorating the tops of any trees that are unfortunate enough to neighbour testing sites. Unintended explosions are in fact so common that rocket scientists have come up with a euphemism for when it happens: rapid unscheduled … Read more

Like Ryanair, low cost companies are driving the resumption of air transport

A Ryanair Boeing 737 approaching Paris-Beauvais (Oise) airport, September 27, 2018. CHRISTIAN HARTMANN / REUTERS Even if some language precautions are still in order, the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is already projecting strongly into the post-crisis period. “We can clearly see the end of the tunnel”said Jason McGuinness, its commercial director, on Thursday (September 16). … Read more