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Why Are Circuit Boards Very Important for the Aerospace Industry?

Circuit boards are an integral part of many electronics. They direct the electrical charges needed to operate a wide variety of devices from cell phones to digital watches. Without them, the vast majority of our electronic gadgets wouldn’t work the way they do. Image Source:Pixabay Usually, a conventional circuit board will do the trick.
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Watch Faraday Future FF91 Beat Tesla's Pikes Peak Record by 23 Seconds

By Jessica MileyJuly 02, 2017The Faraday Future FF91 luxury EV just successfully completed another round of grueling testing, including the punishing 2017 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, competing in the Exhibition Class. The Luxury electric vehicle set a record for the fastest production EV up the hill making it to the top in 11:25.
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Bitcoin Price Hits 40-Day High as It Surges Above $9,300

Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization in the world, reached over $9,300 on Tuesday.April 24, 2018Bitcoin& 39;s continuous rise over the last week saw the cryptocurrency surge to above $9,300 on Tuesday. The world& 39;s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization hit a 40-day high since March 14 when the currency dropped $800 within one trading day to reach $8,000.
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Pluto Possibly Formed from 1 Billion Comets, New Research Suggests

A team of researchers from the Southwest Research Institute think that Pluto could be an agglomeration of nearly a billion comets, as the once-planet has much more in common with Kuiper Belt objects.By Shelby RogersMay 26, 2018Pluto& 39;s planetary status might continually be in flux, but researchers recently discovered something far more interesting than being a planet or not.
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16 Incredible Libraries From Around the World

These wonderful libraries both new and old might distract you from your reading.By Jessica MileyOctober 16, 2018Bibliothèque Nationale De France, Paris, France and George Peabody Library, Baltimore, Maryland, USA1,2The first libraries in the world were collections of texts written on clay tablets. Some of these archives discovered in Sumer (modern-day southern Iraq) date back as far as 2600 BC.
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