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September/October 2022

Volume 27, Issue 2


Now largely forgotten, the lunar rovers were driven nearly 56 miles on the Moon’s surface and were the crowning accomplishment of America’s manned space program

During World War II, the Royal Air Force had few ways to rescue pilots downed at sea until the deployment of the Supermarine Walrus, one of the most ungainly airplanes ever built.

Researchers at the University of Southern California are creating artificial intelligence with imagination – literally – to improve autonomous vehicles and drive the development of new medicine.

Labs offer significant advantages for an organization, spurring digital innovation across its activities. But challenges lie in wait.


The U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville showcases the rockets, achievements, and artifacts of the space program, as well as the legacy of Wernher von Braun and his team.

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