Aerospace & Aeronautical

NASA’s Lunar Toolkit Plans

Engineers today need to understand the surface of the Moon in a way that they haven’t since the Apollo era. This year, amidst a flurry of commercial, American, Indian, Japanese, and other recent missions, the agency plans to expand a tool originally designed as a one-stop-shop for satellite missions observing…
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AI Sharpens Rainfall Estimates from Satellites

This article is part of our exclusive IEEE Journal Watch series in partnership with IEEE Xplore. Weather satellites can track every movement of a storm from orbit. However, the algorithms that analyze satellite readings currently don’t estimate precipitation levels as well as the algorithms that have been fed ground-based radar…
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Watch Out, That Hill Might Collapse!

This article is part of our exclusive IEEE Journal Watch series in partnership with IEEE Xplore. Neural networks designed to analyze medical images may help predict where landslides are most likely to occur, a new study finds.Globally, landslides cause thousands of deaths and many billion dollars of damage each year,…
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The 21st-Century Battlefield is a Rapidly Evolving Environment, Requiring New and Innovative Test Solutions to Effectively Assess the Performance of Radar and ECM Tactics

With Anritsu's advanced tools and software, you can expect flexibility, speed, and cost-efficiency to help you meet the challenging demands of the modern battlefield. Our cutting-edge test solutions can help ensure that your military systems are always up to date and ready for battle.
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The Many Planned Moon Landings of 2023

It never gets any easier to watch: a control room full of engineers, waiting anxiously as the robotic probe they’ve worked on for years nears the surface of the moon. Telemetry from the spacecraft says everything is working; landing is moments away. But then the vehicle goes silent, and the…
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3 Challenges to Solve Before We Can Commute by Air Taxi

All over the world, startup companies, government agencies, universities, and airlines are collaborating to launch an entirely new category of aviation based on electric aircraft capable of both vertical takeoff and efficient horizontal flight. In metropolitan areas that struggle with traffic congestion, these aircraft would displace some car commuting and…
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