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  1. 109 – Flying the U-2 Dragon Lady | omega tau science & engineering podcast

    Definitely one of my favorite episodes! I already had the same thought as martin above: nearly all of those pilots you talked to were so very convincing in their talk, they really lived their job!

    I also did learn many new aspects of flying in these special terms and was barely astonished for instance about the take-off capabilities (e.g. 200 ft of running before take-off, 45 to 50° angle of climbing…) and the fact, that there is so little power necessary for flying at the high altitudes, etc, etc.

    Really, really good stuff and a humorous, experienced and willing guest Carl LaRue!

    Thanks a lot to both of you!

    LOL: PIO… Pilot induced oscillation…

    Und als Segelflieger ist diese Episode tatsächlich doppelt interessant, trennt einen doch fast nur dieses Triebwerk von ansonsten vielen gemeinsamen Erfahrungen…

    http://omegataupodcast.net/109-flying-the-u-2-dragon-lady/

    —Huffduffed by matthewmcg

  2. 091 – Flying the SR-71 Blackbird | omega tau science & engineering podcast

    091 – Flying the SR-71 Blackbird

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    In this episode we discuss the world’s fastest and highest flying jet-powered aircraft ever built, the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird. Our guest is Col. (Ret) Richard Graham, a former SR-71 pilot. Our conversation is loosely based on his book Flying the SR-71, and we discuss the challenge of flying the SR-71. As a consequence of its unique capabilities and its engine and inlet design, the aircraft posed a number of very specific challenges on the pilot.

    Richard Graham (at habu.org)

    Book: SR-71 Revealed: The Inside Story

    Book: SR-71 Blackbird: Stories, Tales and Legends

    Book: Flying the SR-71 Blackbird: In the Cockpit On a Secret Operational Mission

    Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird

    Lockheed YF-12

    Myasishchev M-4 Bison

    Tupolev Tu-95 Bear

    Lockheed U-2

    Beale AFB

    RAF Mildenhall

    Kadena Air Base (Okinawa)

    Edwards AFB

    JP-7 Fuel

    Star Tracker

    Kelly Johnson

    Ring Laser Gyroscope

    INS

    Equivalent Airspeed

    Shock Wave

    Elevon

    SR-71 Engine Sketch

    Flameout

    Compressor Stall

    DME

    TACAN

    G-Suit

    Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk

    http://omegataupodcast.net/91-flying-the-sr-71/

    —Huffduffed by matthewmcg

  3. 166 – Flying the Concorde | omega tau science & engineering podcast

    What a fabulous episode!

    As a keen teenage aircraft kit modeller, I had a 1/144 scale Airfix Concorde suspended in my bedroom pretty much as soon as the kit was released in the late sixties and I think, before the maiden flight of the prototype. Nearly fifty years later I’m still learning fascinating things about this magnificent machine!

    Once again you asked all the right questions Marcus and it was wonderful to hear John’s detailed and forthright answers.

    Towards the end I was thinking that The Accident was going to be skirted around – that possibly John wouldn’t want to talk about it. But then I was blown away by his forthright comments about it and he gave some opinions on the causes that I’d never heard before.

    On a lighter note, I have heard an anecdote about the joints in the fuselage to allow for thermal expansion. Here’s a link to a site that has a photograph inside one of the aircraft now on

    display. Before it cooled down after its last flight the flight

    engineer stuck his cap in the joint. In light of John’s comments that it’s unlikely any Concord will fly again, it’s there forever!

    Thanks again.http://timmatsui.photoshelter.com/image/I0000Lq7_k8QRjOc

    http://omegataupodcast.net/166-flying-the-concorde/

    —Huffduffed by matthewmcg

  4. Turning This Car Around - 43: Holiday Johns

    Dec 12th 14

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    blurbed

    43: Holiday Johns

    Lex was traveling this week so we have a guest, one John Gruber. He’s apparently some guy in the Internet.

    Not coincidentally, this is our longest episode ever.

    What was the deal with bearer bonds back in the 1980s movies? They were basically what every villain was after. In the upcoming SPECTRE, it’s probably something else.

    Don’t take the kids to see American Sniper for the holidays. We talk again about our Frozen experiences.

    A holiday trip to FAO Schwarz seems dicey but if you’re in Manhattan how can you not? Also, Dylan’s Candy Bar. Oh, man.

    Playmobil has some great robbery sets that Gruber and Moltz speak highly of. Their kids might, too. Not sure.

    Moltz’s kid is getting a PC laptop for Christmas and Moltz is already having trouble with it.

    Moltz wants to know if Jon’s and Gruber’s kids are getting his Minecraft book for Christmas.

    Gruber’s kid might be getting a Playstation 4 with LEGO Batman 3 and FIFA Soccer.

    Jon’s kids might be getting Minecraft for Playstation. One wants an Easy-Bake oven.

    If you don’t follow the Grubers on Twitter, they had an interesting time setting up their Christmas tree this year.

    Moltz’s tree contribution is putting up his Star Trek ornaments. He doesn’t have this one but it’s on his wish list.

    Follow us: @ttcashow. Lex Friedman can be found @lexfri, John Moltz can be found @Moltz and Jon Armstrong is @blurb. You can also follow John Gruber here: @gruber or @daringfireball

    #episode #episodes #fatherhood #fathering #parenting #parenthood #humor #dad #dads #dadding #podcast

    http://turningthiscararound.com/post/105011809214/43-holiday-johns

    —Huffduffed by matthewmcg

  5. Debug 43: Exclusive: Marco Arment breaks his silence on Overcast! | iMore

    Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Marco Arment joins Guy and Rene to talk about his new podcast client, Overcast, getting low level with Core Audio, writing downloaders, and many, many other things.

    Support Debug: Go to lynda.com/debug to start your 7-day free trial. Go to igloosoftware.com/debug to try Igloo for free.

    http://www.imore.com/debug-43-exclusive-marco-arment-breaks-his-silence-overcast

    —Huffduffed by matthewmcg

  6. History on Air - The Only Atomic Bomb Ever Dropped on America

    his is an actual event that occurred on March 11, 1958. This is the era of the Cold War. At precisely 4:19 PM a B-47E medium bomber serial number 53-1876A accidentally released their atomic bomb over the Gregg family property in Mars Bluff, South Carolina.

    —Huffduffed by matthewmcg