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The cockpit insulation performance was 10% higher than the standards at the time because the pores in the insulating foam were 40% smaller, reaching a micrometer scale.
Airplane cockpits and ship bridges may share certain information and action features but were not historically described as dashboards.
A plane called Solar Impulse 2 went around the world over 14 months, but it could only hold the pilot in an unheated, unpressurized phone-booth-size cockpit whose single seat doubled as a toilet.
It has no cockpit because, obviously, it has no need of a pilot.
A series of small fires gave Yeager nightmares about being trapped in the cockpit surrounded by flames and unable to escape.
That’s just one of the many deaths and injuries the open cockpits on some of the fastest racecars in the world have caused, which is why Red Bull and Indycar developed the Aeroscreen protective windscreen for the 2020 season.
THE BEST CAR AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES OF 2020BY DAN CARNEY AND STAN HORACZEKDECEMBER 3, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Players can now take a seat in the cockpit of craft like a Cessna 172 or even a Boeing Dreamliner—no flight lessons needed.
THE 100 GREATEST INNOVATIONS OF 2020POPULAR SCIENCE STAFFDECEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
He thought he might want to be a pilot, and so he studied cockpit crews and how you can improve the collaboration there.
ADAM GRANT’S PHILOSOPHY OF GIVINGJOSHUA EFERIGHESEPTEMBER 25, 2020OZY
George, duke of Albemarle, captain-general of his majesty's forces, died at the cockpit.
The yacht nearly broached to, while the next oncoming wave broke fairly aboard, filling the cockpit half-full of water.
THE RIVAL CAMPERSRUEL PERLEY SMITH

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