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(Yahoo)   New British engine could make single-stage space access possible, as well as improving a number of other aerospace industry designs, due in large part to a heat exchanger that cools intake air from 1,000 to -150 degrees celsius in 1/100th of a second   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 1
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2012-11-29 11:38:10 AM  
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heat exchanger that cools intake air from 1,000 to -150 degrees celsius in 1/100th of a second

Just tell the air that it looks like it's putting on weight. Worked with my ex.
 
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