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coordinate transformation by Greg \(Strider\) Moore
"userX" wrote in message ... I was trying to understand the concept of transforming orbital...
December 2nd 13 01:06 AM
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As safe as the Shuttle then.. Ahem, really? by Brian Gaff
"NASA is committed to launching American astronauts from U.S. soil in the very near future, and we're taking a significant step toward achieving that goal...
November 22nd 13 08:26 PM
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Lots of bodies in ISS by Brian Gaff
Looks like being a bit of a queue for the toilets for a short time then from what I read. 9 people on the station. Brian -- Brian Gaff....Note, this...
October 31st 13 12:03 PM
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Congrats to Orbital for what looks to be a clean launch! by Snidely
Jeff Findley submitted this idea : Congrats to Orbital for what looks to be a clean launch! It sounds like Cygnus made it to orbit and is operating...
October 23rd 13 06:29 AM
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Gov shutdown and the iss by Brian Gaff
I just wondered being a brit viewing the strange goings on in the last few weeks with government non essential shut down occuring, what did they do on the...
October 23rd 13 06:25 AM
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Congrats to Orbital for what looks to be a clean launch! by David Spain
On 9/18/2013 11:27 AM, Jeff Findley wrote: Congrats to Orbital for what looks to be a clean launch! It sounds like Cygnus made it to orbit and is...
September 30th 13 12:36 PM
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3D printing in microgravity by Jeff Findley[_2_]
NASA and 3D printing Sky-rocketing Sep 3rd 2013, 14:25 by P.M. http://www.economist.com/blogs/babbage/2013/09/nasa-and-3d-printing Article includes pictures...
September 11th 13 06:58 AM
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Water water everywhere by Brian Gaff
So it seems to have gone awfully quiet about the water in helmet episode for a while now. Surely with something so obvious there has to be a simple...
August 26th 13 01:51 PM
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Drowning in space by Greg \(Strider\) Moore
"JF Mezei" wrote in message ... I just realized I set tge original group wrong here, so I've...
August 26th 13 12:50 PM
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YASSW at ISS by Snidely
(reposted to the correct group) Yet Another Station Space Walk, this one doing some site prep for the new Russian module...
August 17th 13 10:43 AM
by Brian Gaff Go to last post
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Spacewalk cut short due to water in helmet by Greg \(Strider\) Moore
http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/16/us/spacewalk-ends-early/index.html?hpt=hp_t2 Nothing overly dramatic, but it is news.
August 2nd 13 02:51 PM
by Brian Gaff Go to last post
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New module coming to station ! by rjones%[email protected]
On Saturday, May 11, 2013 12:43:18 PM UTC-5, JF Mezei wrote: Heard on NASA TV. Rusia is to launch a new lab module towards the end of the year. ...
July 9th 13 06:33 PM
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ISS is growing by Greg \(Strider\) Moore
http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/06/24/russian-cosmonauts-taking-spacewalk-today-how-to-watch-live/ While the Chinese are working on their space station,...
June 27th 13 04:22 AM
by Greg \(Strider\) Moore Go to last post
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That's no ISS by Greg \(Strider\) Moore
http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2013/06/24/perfect_timing_split_second_photo_of_the_chinese_space_station_across_the.html Nope, it's the OTHER Space...
June 26th 13 08:16 PM
by Dr J R Stockton[_193_] Go to last post
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Another leak? by Brian Gaff
So what seems to be showing up is that the Iss needs a plumber on call. One assumes this is Amonia. What sort of pressures are involved in these loops? ...
May 12th 13 02:40 PM
by Brian Gaff Go to last post
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Antares by Brian Gaff
So though I wish Orbital well, their track record for trouble free first launches is not great. Lets hope this one is an exception! Incidentally what was...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
April 29th 13 07:18 PM
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Harpoon space junk? by Brian Gaff
I was a little perplexed by an item on the news the other day about a plan to fly a harpoon based device to bring down space junk. Surely this cannot work. I...
April 25th 13 11:55 PM
by Dr J R Stockton[_193_] Go to last post
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Construction methods by Brian Gaff
Imagine docking to a rotating station as well. I tried this in Elite once, not as trivial as it might appear. Brian -- From the Sofa of Brian Gaff Reply...
April 5th 13 12:30 AM
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Fast track Soyuz is docked by Snidely
quote A NASA astronaut and his two Russian crewmates made the fastest-ever trip to the International Space Station on Thursday, arriving less than six...
March 29th 13 07:39 PM
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Dragon splashes down by Snidely
Jeff Findley formulated the question : Congrats to SpaceX for the completion of another successful mission of Dragon to the ISS. The mission wasn't...
March 27th 13 05:56 AM
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