UCF researchers have successfully fired up a new hypersonic detonation engine that harnesses the raw power of a sustained, trapped explosion. The new engine could power aircraft up to 17 times the speed of sound.
Background image credit: NASA. Aircraft and composite image credit: Daniel Rosato, UCF
Small fraction of a single living specimen of Ramisyllis multicaudata, dissected out of its host sponge and seen through the stereomicroscope.(Image credit: Guillermo Ponz‐Segrelles/M. Teresa Aguado/Christopher J. Glasby)
How many butts is too many? One is usually enough for most animals