September202014

accordingtodevin:

Scientifically accurate love story.

(via anengineersaspect)

September192014
7PM
September162014
3PM
compoundchem:

A look at the chemistry behind the colours of various gemstones; read more & see a larger version of the graphic here: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-lj

compoundchem:

A look at the chemistry behind the colours of various gemstones; read more & see a larger version of the graphic here: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-lj

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September102014
September92014

staceythinx:

Orbital Mechanics by Tatiana Plakhova 

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September82014
ramyyaacoub:

Aerospace Engineers: This is how we roll …
Original link: http://studentsinaerospace.com/pin/246950

ramyyaacoub:

Aerospace Engineers: This is how we roll …

Original link: http://studentsinaerospace.com/pin/246950

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August272014
thatscienceguy:

A Satelite being launched into orbit.

thatscienceguy:

A Satelite being launched into orbit.

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August242014

demonhunting:

Me flirting: You wanna watch lord of the rings:*seductive voice*extended edition

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12PM
magictransistor:

Robert Boyle, Air pump design featured in New Experiments Physico-Mechanicall, Touching the Spring of the Air and its Effects [Oxford: H. Hall for T. Robinson], London, 1660.

magictransistor:

Robert Boyle, Air pump design featured in New Experiments Physico-Mechanicall, Touching the Spring of the Air and its Effects [Oxford: H. Hall for T. Robinson], London, 1660.

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August152014
ticktockparty:

An engineers heart.

ticktockparty:

An engineers heart.

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August62014
ratherhumeruscomics:

Rather Humerus: Magic puts the M in Microbiology. Med school is basically Hogwarts. Sorta.

ratherhumeruscomics:

Rather Humerus: Magic puts the M in Microbiology. Med school is basically Hogwarts. Sorta.

(via sciencejokes)

August52014

my-wanton-self:

It must be such a satisfying feeling to design one of these and have them work exactly as you’d envisaged.

(Source: zerostatereflex, via anengineersaspect)

August12014

for-all-mankind:

Of the hundreds of times I have seen the Saturn V rocket, at all the locations it is on display in the world, never has it ever been as beautiful or commanding as it was this time.

The five J-2 engines on the second stage attracted my eye the most. The countless wires, chambers, and fuel pumps of the engines contrasted with lack of aerodynamic protection gave the business end of the S-II a mechanical sense that I have never really appreciated before. Sure, the five F-1 engines on the S-IC or the single J-2 on the S-IVB are equally as complex and exposed, but for some reason, the cluster of them on the second stage is appealing.

A surprising lack of people in the building gave me great opportunities for pictures I normally avoid taking due to crowds, and I was able to see the rocket in a totally different perspective.

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