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Currently, you can't book a taxi in Otford with Uber, but you can book UberX. This affordable trip option comes with in-app safety tools, on-demand requesting and upfront pricing.
With the Uber app, you can explore trip options that have passenger limits ranging between 4 and 6 people. The maximum number of passengers allowed in a taxi in your area varies by vehicle and jurisdiction.
With Uber, you can request a trip 24/7 in Otford. The hours of operation for taxis in Otford vary by jurisdiction and taxi operator.
Yes. You can add a credit card as a payment option in your Uber account to pay for your trip in Otford.
Yes, you can tip drivers in Otford with the Uber app. You can provide a tip with the app or give cash directly to your driver.
Yes, you can change your destination after booking your trip with Uber in Otford. You can also change your destination while you are travelling.
Various taxi apps work in Otford. When using the Uber app to book your trip, you can enjoy upfront pricing, in-app safety features and on-demand requesting for every trip.
The cost of your trip with UberX depends on several factors. You can use the price estimator tool to get a quote before booking your trip. Please reach out to your local taxi company to confirm their rates.
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Take a look: 5 aerospace innovations showcased at AirVenture 2021 in Oshkosh
OSHKOSH - Every year, aeronautic innovators come together at the Experimental Aircraft Association's AirVenture in Oshkosh.
After a hiatus last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, AirVenture is back featuring innovators specialize in everything from personal aircraft to moving freight by air.
Here are five things bringing us the future of aeronautics here in Oshkosh.
1. Sleek air taxis in cities
Personal and smaller aircraft have been pursued by AirVenture innovators for years. This year, Germany-based Volocopter flew and exhibited an air taxi — a sleek, black-and-white aircraft that would take people from one spot to another in a city. The electric aircraft is haloed by an 18-propeller structure and would carry two people.
The VoloCity air taxi would need a pilot in the near term, but the pilot isn't really flying but giving directions to go up, down, left, and right, said Helena Treeck, head of public relations at Vo. In the long term, the aircraft would autonomously carry two passengers.
Treeck said people in Paris and Singapore have already expressed interest in the Volocopter.
"It's coming soon. People think this is the far future, but we flew today and we're going to take this in cities in the next two to three years," Treeck said.
2. Biodegradable materials for an ultimately circular economy
At its pavilion, Ford presented electric vehicles and biodegradable materials used in their cars alongside AirVenture's exhibitions of battery-powered electric vehicles. That means using soybean plant for car seats to reduce petroleum use or recycled blue jeans and cotton for sound insulation in a vehicle.
When it comes to plant material like coconut shells or the casted-off parts of tomato plants, none of that would have been eaten, said Rachel Hogan, a contractor for Ford. Using those cast-off materials to manufacture products give them a new life, Hogan said.
"We take the byproducts and the waste parts of that. So we're not (taking) food off the table for anyone or any animals. We're just taking the parts that would be thrown away," Hogan said.
3. 3D printing parts for manufacturing
Printing 3D objects, including parts to engineer something bigger, was showcased at AirVenture. While 3D printing has been established for years and has been improving capabilities and affordability, the printer showcased by AirVenture participant Boston-based Markforged recently updated its printers to make fire retardant parts for aircraft interiors.
Melissa Lavey, who works in aerospace strategic sales at Markforged, said the materials for these parts are designed to meet the flame, smoke and toxicity requirements set by the Federal Aviation Administration for many parts in aircraft interiors.
4. Enormous freight planes for vaccine distribution, e-commerce
It's the era of e-commerce and package delivery, and much of aeronautic engineering is being devoted to move cargo more efficiently. Cue one of the largest aircrafts in air freight: the Boeing 747-8 .
AirVenture visitors lined up to tour a new, 2-week-old 747-8 that hasn't yet carried any cargo. The plane, 250 feet in length, carries more than 300,000 pounds of cargo.
The 747-8 has some more creature comforts than its predecessor, "so, from the pilot side, it's a little more comfortable," said UPS pilot captain Katie Wrobel said. "It's nice. On the operating side of it, it's fuel efficient, so they save about 19% from the 400s, which is kind of nice."
The plane carries fire-resistant shipping containers that can efficiently be boarded and unboarded on rails in the aircraft. Planes like these are carrying millions of vaccine doses across the U.S. and internationally, UPS spokesperson Jim Mayer said.
5. Space launch system: Getting the first woman and the first person of color on the moon
So far, the only people to have visited the moon are all white men. NASA's Artemis mission aims to bring people — including the first woman and first person of color — back to the moon in 2024.
While the crowd favorite NASA did not have its annual pavilion at AirVenture, its collaborator, Utah-based Northrop Grumman, was there to bring AirVenture attendees a perspective on space travel engineering.
Northrop Grumman's Space Launch System is intended to be a launch vehicle designed for a new era of human exploration in space. The 322-foot-tall system that can carry a payload of 154,000 pounds will launch crews of up to four astronauts in the agency's Orion spacecraft on missions to deep space.
"This one takes on a little bit more of the Apollo structure, having a crew capsule rather than an airplane," said Kendra Kastelan, a spokesperson for Northrop Grumman.
Ultimately, this engineering can bring people deeper into space. With the technology in development to build a station near the moon similar to the International Space Station, that could help make bringing people to Mars — a trip that could take months of travel — feasible.
"Eventually, we're hoping to move into gateway systems," Kastelan said. "Like the ISS orbits around Earth; we want to orbit around the moon instead. But that will happen probably later into the 2030 time frame."
Contact Nusaiba Mizan at (920)-431-8310 or [email protected]. Follow her on Twitter at @nusaiblah.
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The museum of "RD&PE "ZVEVDA" JSC named after Academician G. I. Severin"
By Research & Development Production Enterprise Zvezda
The remodeled museum of “Research Development and Production Enterprise (RD&PE) ”Zvezda“ was opened to the public on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the flight of Yuri Gagarin. ”RD&PE “Zvezda” was organized in Tomilino, Moscow Region as the leading research enterprise for solving problems concerning crew safety on high-speed and high-altitude aircraft. Since the first rescue and life support systems for cosmonauts were developed on the basis of aircraft technology, this was the enterprise that developed domestic space suits and protective suits for crews of all types of aircraft, onboard and autonomous life support systems, means of locomotion in open space, rescue systems, and many more elements necessary for pilots and astronauts to survive in extreme conditions.
The first director and chief designer of the enterprise was Semyon Mikhailovich Alekseev (1952–1964). From 1964 to 2008 it was led by Guy Severin, a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The current chief designer and CEO is Sergey Pozdnyakov. The museum grew out of the showroom of Zvezda's machine factory, which traces its history to 1961, when the first exhibition of samples of equipment developed by the enterprise was held in the spacious centrifuge building on the site of the aerospace medicine department. In 1970 the showroom was transferred to a large room which is accessed by going from the lobby of the construction building down two flights of stairs under a full-scale model of the first artificial Earth satellite, donated to the enterprise staff by S. P. Korolyov, the chief designer of OKB-1. It is noteworthy that all the exhibits in the museum contain historical rarities, which are at least the samples that the test pilots and cosmonauts used for pre-flight training.
The enterprise’s very first astronautical designs were spacesuits for dogs. Dogs paved the way for human space travel, on the R-1 high-altitude modified rockets in 1953 and 1954. In order to rescue the animals, a catapult cart with an oxygen system was created, as well as a spacesuit. The pressurized animal cabin is on display in the museum. Until early 1957 the enterprise was developing a single-dog cabin, which housed Laika, the first living creature to orbit the Earth. Two-dog cabins of a similar type were used in 1960 and 1961 in the flight testing of the Vostok spacecraft and mounted in a place of the regular cosmonaut’s ejection seat. Owing to the development of the pressurized animal cabin, Belka, Strelka, and other dogs successfully returned to Earth. Between 1961 and 1963, Soviet cosmonauts ejected from their landing modules using the same principle. For this reason, Yuri Gagarin once joked that he did not understand who he was in space: “the first person or the last dog.”
Ejection capsules with the suits for animals (dogs)
Pressurized animal capsule
Particularly valuable spacesuits that went into orbit are kept in special glass cases. In one unique exhibit is the first cosmonaut spacesuit SK-1, in which Yuri Gagarin made his space flight on April 12, 1961. Another unique exhibit is the air - ventilated suit suit of Valentina Tereshkova on a shoulder of which a dove is embroidered.
Spacesuit of Yu. A. Gagarin
Air-ventilated suit of V. N. Tereshkova
The next exhibit presents the Berkut spacesuit. In 1965, Alexei Leonov wore it when he conducted the first spacewalk in the world for eleven minutes outside the spacecraft Voskhod-2. The protective jacket and boots of the suit are still stained with ashes from the fire that the cosmonauts built after their descent in the Siberian taiga, when they were not located for more than two days after landing.
The exhibition also features a full-size simulator from the airlock Volga and the landing module Voskhod-2, on which the crew worked through the process of spacewalks during ground training.
The semi-rigid spacesuit Krechet was developed and tested for the Soviet lunar expeditions between 1964 and 1968. The museum presents one of the few surviving suits Krechet.
Spaceship model "Voskhod 2" with the lock chambers "Volga"
Astronauts wear water cooled costumes for removal heat from the body heat during intense physical work.
Water cooled suit
The manned maneuvering unit 21 KS is another unique product. It was designed to allow the inspection of the outer surface of the space station Mir and the maintenance of the reusable orbiter Buran. This unit was used twice in real flight in 1990 by cosmonauts Aleksandr Serebrov and Aleksandr Viktorenko. Despite Russia’s abandonment of the manned program Buran, the Zvezda enterprise still fulfilled its obligations under the project completely. Besides the manned maneuvering unit 21 KS, which underwent space flight tests, from 1977 to 1989, Zvezda designed an ejection seat specifically for the orbiter, with a booster module K-36RB, and the emergency spacesuit Strizh. The ejection seat and the spacesuit are unique in their characteristics, because they provide means of rescue for the cosmonauts during the launch, orbit, and descent to the Earth.
Spaceman unit for moving and maneuvering "21 КS"
Rescue spacesuit "Strizh" with the ejection seat "К-36RB"
Another unique item is the rescue suit Sokol - KV2, which used by Svetlana Savitskaya, the first woman - cosmonaut, who wlaked in open space.
The exhibition presents a joint Russian-European design of the Strizh-KhEV suit for the ascent to a record altitude of 40 km in the open car of a high-altitude balloon.
Rescue spacesuit "Sokol - KV2"
Rescue spacesuit "Strizh - KhEV"
In order to lift the British aeronauts in the car of the high-altitude balloon QinetiQ to the altitude of 40 km in the first years of the 21st century, Zvezda modified its modern spacesuit "Sokol" into the suit " Sokol - STR", consisting of a thermal control system, a protective equipment, and an oxygen system.
Full pressure suit "Sokol - STR"
The spacesuit has been designed for the project “Mars - 500” to imitate a flight and landing of the international crew on the planet Mars. The duration of the experiment was 500 days. Experiments of similating the landing on Mars and the work of the crew on the surface were successfully conducted in the spacesuit “ Mars - 500”.
Spacesuit for the program "Mars - 500"
The means of preventing the adverse effects of weightlessness on a long flight are well represented. The loading suit Pingvin uses built-in elastic bands and springs to cause the cosmonaut's muscles and spine to take on weight in a weightless enviroment.
Loading suit "Pingvin"
The pneumatic vacuum suit Chibis ensures a redistribution of blood flow to the lower limbs by creating a vacuum in the suit. There is also a very interesting exhibit of a sanitary design for space stations: a shower installation and a hygienic sewage disposal system, in other words, a space toilet.
Pneumatic vacuum suit "Chibis"
Waste collection system
The diving suit “Forel” is a fascinating equipment that ensured the survival of cosmonauts who landed in adverse conditions.
Diving suit "Forel"
The aviation exhibition begins with the first models of ejection seats. The next exhibit is the model of a seat K-22. According to factory tests, K-22 had a higher performance, so work on other model seats ceased. In 1960 the enterprise started to develop K-24 withh a combined energy sensor. K - 24 had a firing mechanism and a powder rocket engine, and allowed for the autonomous exit of a pilot with a back parachute and ejection through a canopy.
Ejection seat К-22
Ejection seat К-24
Among the later developments made by the enterprise were the experimental seats K-30, K-32, and K-34, which contributed to the creation of the standard ejection seat K-36. In 1969 and 1970, government tests of the K-36 seat were successfully completed. The testing of prototypes and the introduction of a standard system was directed by the chief designer of the enterprise, Guy Severin. When the tests of K-36 were completed, Severin proposed the new seat to aircraft manufacturers, arguing for the efficiency and reliability of a standard system. The only one who immediately agreed was P. O. Sukhoi, who put two seats K-36D on Su-24 bomber. Once they were convinced of the high performance of the seat K-36 , the bureaus of A. I. Mikoyan, A. N. Tupolev, and A. S. Yakovlev followed suit. Thus, the competition for K-36 and its modifications ended in victory for Zvezda. During the period when K-36’s have been in use, more than 1,000 pilots have been saved, of whom 97% returned to flight operations, 2% left the profession, and only 1% were injured to the point of disability.
Ejection seat К-36L
In early 2001 the company designed and manufactured the seat K-36D-3,5 , which is also displayed in the museum. These new seats have been installed on Su-30MKI fighters exported to India, as well as the Su-30, Su-34, Su-35, MiG-29M, MiG-29K, and MiG-29KUB.
Ejection seat К-36D-3,5
The museum also contains the ultralight ejection system SKS-94M, which is designed for general aviation, as well as training, patrol, agricultural, and aerobatic aircraft. A unique escape method was implemented in SKS - 94 that is unparalleled in the world.
Ejection system SKS-94М2
The exhibition presents unique medical equipment intended for aiding pilots in extreme conditions.
Anti-shock suit "Chestnut"
Medicinal suit "Adele"
Pressure chamber "Irtysh - МТ"
As a result of more than sixty years of intensive work, the Zvezda enterprise has created various types of personal protective equipment and oxygen equipment that has minimized pilot injuries and enabled their return to the flying profession.
Curator—The museum of the Zvezda Research Development and Production Enterprise (RD&PE)
The first Spacewalk
Research & development production enterprise zvezda.