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Forums and blogs are buzzing about video of a remarkable touch and go that, based on everything we can determine, happened at Aero Acres Air Park, near Port St. Lucie, Florida on April 11. A Piper Aerostar landed gear up but instead of grinding it to a stop and climbing sheepishly out of the damaged aircraft, the way these things usually end up, the pilot firewalled the engines and, with props clanging against the pavement, managed to get airborne again.
A European team in Cambridge has designed a sensor that can detect the charge on a single electron in the fastest time ever recorded.