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Boeing Starliner parachute testing

Boeing test teams reached a significant milestone for the CST-100 Starliner program by testing the parachute system Starliner will use on its return to Earth.

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360° view of RS-25 rocket engine test

This video offers a unique 360° perspective of the RS-25 engine hot-fire test at Stennis Space Center near Bay St Louis, Mississippi on February 22. From each of vantage points, the camera’s view can be rotated 360°. This highlight video shows part of the full six-minute 20-second testing of the development engine.

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February 2016

 

Click here  Starliner water landing airbag system tested

Click here  Gulfstream launches systems testing with first G600 Iron Bird flight

Click here  Glasgow University’s revamped testing facility opens

Click here  Helicopter vision system completes successful flight tests

Click here  Hypstair powers up hybrid electric aircraft motor

Click here  Gulfstream adds fourth G500 test aircraft

Click here  FLA program takes flight

Click here  Embraer KC-390 returns to testing

Click here  Northrop Grumman UAS completes operational assessment

Click here  Russian Helicopters tests unmanned tiltrotor aircraft

Click here  Metal Master installs FJ33 engine in LAR-1 personal jet

Click here  A321neo flight testing on hold after incident

Click here  MRJ prototype resumes flight testing

Click here  First GE9X engine – final assembly

Click here  Solid hydrogen-fueled UAV makes test flight

Click here  F-35 fleet exceeds 50,000 flying hours

Click here  Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner undergoes contingency water landing test

Click here  A321neo takes first flight

Click here  SM-6 testing displays missile's range and versatility

Click here  Japan unveils new fifth generation stealth fighter jet

Click here  EPS diesel engine testing exceeds 100 hours

Click here  Boeing plans to test more US missile defense improvements this year

Click here  South Korea heading for 2016 rocket launch

Click here  Galileo 9 and 10 now broadcasting navigation messages

Click here  Marenco SKYe SH09 helicopter testing progresses

Click here  Gulfstream G500 completes flutter testing

Click here  Boeing 737 Max on first flight

Click here  Raytheon kill vehicle succeeds in developmental flight test

Click here  MRJ flight tests to resume in February

Click here  Graphene composite may keep wings ice-free

Click here  SpaceX test fires boosters on man-capable capsule

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The UK’s National Physical Laboratory has developed the first high temperature solid particle erosion test to incorporate metrology
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