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A Look at Space Stations of the Past, Present, and Future Mike Parks
The exploration and long-term settlement of our solar system will be entirely different from European colonization. The extreme environment of space, the vast distances, lack of indigenous resources, and the act of leaving Earth’s surface will present challenges unique to our “star-ward” journeys.

Advanced Ceramic Resistors Yield Higher Power System Density Bourns
Engineers today are asked to design applications with increasing power densities, which directly correspond to the demand for resistors. Leading manufacturers of these mighty passive components are answering current application requirements with new power resistor designs that can tolerate higher amounts of power in small and smaller form factors.

Adopting A Functional Approach To Control Cabinet Functional Design Mouser Staff
As more and more technology is deployed within industrial and commercial environments, there is an increasing need to safely and securely house all the various components that make up today’s control systems. Planning the design of a control cabinet according to equipment functions not only makes sense from the perspectives of accessibility, maintenance, and flow, but it also helps separate any equipment that might be susceptible to interference from other components.

Harsh Environments: Governed by Murphy's Law Arden Henderson
What is a harsh environment? It might be a holiday dinner with the polar-opposite-political relatives, especially if later trapped in the living room by a crackling fireplace with the distant uncle who sends four chain emails a day. But, today we're talking about harsh environments for electronics. Electronics Hell.

Space, The Harshest Frontier David Fambrough
What makes for a harsh environment? For a person, that’s an inhospitable set of conditions that can cause bodily harm over a period of time. Space is one of the harshest environments you can imagine for human beings – even without monstrous alien predators. Pressure, or the lack of it, temperature, or the lack of it, high-energy particles, and radiation are just not very human-friendly. It’s a cold, dark place that lacks many of the creature comforts of home – like water and air.

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