coolplate16 karma2012-12-15 20:46:58 UTC
Do you have any advice for a computer engineer interested in working with/for NASA? All of the job postings I see are about electrical engineering (antenna design stuff) or computer science, computer engineering is the middle ground of Electrical engr, and comp sci.
Also, thanks for your work which has inspired countless people to become curious about the universe!
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coolplate13 karma2018-07-02 23:32:13 UTC
you make a replacement income from spotify that you made as an aerospace engineer? Like $80k with 5 songs? How the hell do you do this? Seriously... I need step-by-step instructions on how/where you market this (other than this reddit post).
I agree, I've found many many engineers are also musicians. I think we all appreciate the order and logical progressions.
coolplate10 karma2015-08-21 18:02:02 UTC
What do you think of this kinds of packaging? http://inhabitat.com/ingenious-cardboard-packaging-folds-to-fit-any-shape/
coolplate6 karma2017-02-21 01:10:05 UTC
Any tips on making better assignments like you mention?
coolplate5 karma2012-12-30 01:01:04 UTC
How can you make pictures out of the resulting bounceback signal? This project Is very interesting, however, it seems to be quite hard to get an easily recognizable signal of a shape (it takes a lot of work). I am thinking specifically about application such as remote sensing in satellites, etc. with this question.
How does the radar know the relative altitudes of objects?
What do you think about people making their own radar? Is it safe? There are lots of tutorials online.
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