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Data Loggers for Aerospace Monitoring

Data Loggers

Aerospace Monitoring

MadgeTech’s aerospace selection of data loggers provides monitoring solutions for a wide variety of parameters for use in a multitude of different applications. MadgeTech offers complete data logging solutions for shock, temperature, voltage, pressure, humidity, and strain, enabling the user to accumulate a complete environmental profile.

These loggers can assist in ensuring aircraft component reliability during operation and storage, monitoring engine functionality, and also for monitoring parameters during aircraft testing and research & development.

Applications

  • Shipping and Storage Monitoring
  • Environmental Profiling
  • Equipment Testing
  • Research & Development

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NASA has formed a unique partnership with Baylor College of Medicine in Houston to develop solutions that will support NASA's Journey to Mars mission. The partnership, formally called the Translational Research Institute Cooperation Agreement, seeks to design strategies and technology that will protect the health and wellbeing of astronauts during protracted space travel.

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It may seem like science fiction, but soon we'll know exactly what it sounds like on Mars. NASA's Mars 2020 project promises to send a new rover to the Red Planet in the summer of that year that will be wired for sound, allowing scientists to hear the ambient noises of another planet for the first time. Rovers sent to Mars have been fitted with microphones before, but the 2020 project will be the first mission in which the sound equipment will be put to use gathering data.

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Inflight smoking has been banned from most airliners, but the rules on tobacco use aren't the same for the plane itself. On July 15th, a Boeing Jet operated by South African Airways was partly powered by tobacco plants, making it the first passenger flight in Africa to use biofuels during a flight between Johannesburg and Cape Town.

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Jupiter's Great Red Spot isn't just a planetary freckle; it's a 20,000 kilometer (12,427 mile) wide hurricane that's been raging for about three hundred years. After centuries of mystery, researchers led by James O'Donoghue of Boston University have discovered that the Great Red Spot actually plays a role in Jupiter's famously high temperatures.

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