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posted in July 2013

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Comment: Re: Why 17 years? - Adam-Taylor - 7/30/2013
Creating a Prototype? Consider This
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7/17/2013   7 comments
You can begin to relax after testing at speed, but you can never truly relax, even after all the qualification testing has been performed.
Slideshow: 5 Things I Wish I'd Learned at University
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7/6/2013   18 comments
The university I attended offered a great engineering programme, but there are a few subjects I wish had been covered in a little more detail.
The 'Model Philosophy' Used by Space Engineering Companies
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7/1/2013   9 comments
When creating products for use in space, it is crucial to use a staged development schedule that retires risk as it progresses, ultimately resulting in a space-qualified product.


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