New, Speedy Helicopters for the U.S. Army, Supercold CMOS for Quantum Computing and Rapid Unexpected Disassembly at Space X

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On today's episode, The U.S. Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program, intended to create a new generation of multipurpose combat rotorcraft, has selected two finalists: Lockheed’s Raider X, and Bell’s 360 Invictus.

A team from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, School of Physics at the University of Sydney in Australia has created a novel IC that uses circuit cells based on switched capacitors to create static and dynamic voltages for the parallel control of qubits.

The SpaceX team continues it’s a very fast, iterative development program for the company’s massive Starship booster program, with rapid production of test vehicles and a very aggressive flight test program.

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