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The aileron and Hörner wingtip are finally completed. Now all that remains are the final details to ensure the wingtip meets the main spars nicely, and we can move on to production.
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2015-06-08
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Finally got the 2nd iteration of my project into some semblance of order. Aileron still in progress, s it's the hardest part to make viable for printing.

The airfoil used is a modified FX-63-100, altered to not have a cusp at the trailing edge, and indeed to have a thickened trailing edge so low-res printers and simple slicing programs can handle it without messing up the print or the gcode, respectively.
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I seriously laughed my ass off at this. 
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A Worm's Mind In A Lego Body

"Take the connectome of a worm and transplant it as software in a Lego Mindstorms EV3 robot - what happens next?

The nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) is tiny and only has 302 neurons. These have been completely mapped and the OpenWorm project is working to build a complete simulation of the worm in software. One of the founders of the OpenWorm project, Timothy Busbice, has taken the connectome and implemented an object oriented neuron program."

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#ESA   #Rosetta   #cometlanding   #comet  

Live now! Watch as ESA's Rosetta mission attempts a historic comet landing. 

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That was an incredible counterintuitive result to nobody but economists.

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