Have you ever wondered how flight data recorders manage to survive plane crashes? For many years, engineers used Inconel, a super-tough alloy, in order to etch data without the fear of it being erased later by fire or crash damage.
And while modern recorders have gone digital, like most everything else, it doesn't mean we can't appreciate the innovations that brought us to where we are now.
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