Thesaurus / submarine


Undersea robots, submarines and devices that track fish or other sea animals use a similar technique.
Shuttered in a house on foreign soil where I don’t speak the language, I have found myself snapping back into submarine deployment mode.
Instead of rockets, the proposed lander would use fans to push itself around, almost like a submarine, turning the disadvantage of the dense atmosphere into an advantage.
After we’d laid the groundwork in the design-and-build class, my students and I were joined in our efforts by Draper Laboratory in Cambridge, where researchers work on things like missile guidance systems and submarine navigation.
Lost to the sea, sunken ships and submarines can create new habitats in the deep.
That’s a reasonable timeframe given that it takes a decade to design a new submarine and another decade to build it.
The Daily Beast’s Sam Brodey recently reported Perdue invested in a company that manufactured Navy submarine parts called BWX Technologies right around the time he became head of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower.
Shapiro and his colleagues are working on building, watching and controlling such cellular submarines in the real world.
In fact, some of the first US spacecraft launched in the 1960s were Transit satellites orbiting at 1,100 kilometers, providing location information for Navy ships and submarines.
For example, submarines use what’s called sonar to navigate.


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