1. NASA Developing Special Coating to Bug-Proof Airplane Wings

    NASA Developing Special Coating to Bug-Proof Airplane Wings

    Like most agencies, NASA is always looking for a way to combat bugs, or problems, in its systems. Sometimes those bugs are actually bugs — tiny insects that go splat on flying craft. All those insect guts stuck to the outsides of planes and other vehicles can be a literal drag, increasing fuel consumption and pollutants.

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    1. We fly controls and assume that if the other surfaces were not coated, they would get the same density of bug strikes.
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