November 2, 2015

BAE Takes £20m Stake in Rocket-Power Travel (Source: The Times)
London to New York in less than two hours. Flights from the UK to Sydney in a little over four. That is the promise of the long-awaited Sabre rocket engine, a feat of hypersonic British engineering that is about to leave the drawing board in its Oxfordshire laboratory. The dream of a spaceplane capable of shuttling into the atmosphere to deliver satellites or flying passengers around the world at five times the speed of sound is closer to 21st-century reality with the government and BAE Systems ploughing £80 million into the project. (11/1)

Embry-Riddle Unveils Building Design for New Aerospace Research Park (Source: ERAU)
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University reaches yet another milestone as the leader in delivering applied solutions to aviation and aerospace companies with the announcement of vertical construction to begin January 2016 at its Research Park in Daytona Beach.

Designed to encompass research enterprises in aviation, space, engineering, unmanned systems, environmental ventures and more, the 50,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Advanced Aerodynamics Laboratory will include a space technologies laboratory and several others that will support aerospace industry education and development. Click here. (10/30)

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