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noun as in nuclear physics

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The system has already been used to fly a drone from a company called Kratos, as well as multiple General Atomics MQ-20 Avenger drones.

Loma Media’s website boasts of having worked with more than 100 clients, including the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate, the Navy SEALs and General Atomics, a defense contractor.

One of those is Neal Blue, the co-owner and CEO of General Atomics, the company that makes the Predator and Reaper drones.

Inside the New Drone Industry By Clive Irving, Sept. 30, 2011 Heard of a company called General Atomics?

The drones were conceived, designed, and delivered by a division of General Atomics, based in San Diego.

Drones are delivered by General Atomics in units of four, and each unit costs around $70 million.

We had a weapon in our favor, the most dangerous weapon ever devised, a thousand times more potent than atomics.

Under daylight atomics the transport engineers in their glass perches read the dials and turned the switches.

We can squeeze about three light-years out of the fuel before we're back on atomics.

Therefore, when we have rid this world of atomics we will leave and you will start all over again.

There was an equation which had proved its effectiveness, upon which the whole science of atomics was based.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to atomics, such as: particle physics, quantum mechanics, atomic physics, atomistics, atomology, and nucleonics.

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