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The origin of the matter is from the environment of t0K. by JAAKKO KURHI
The matter at absolute zero temperature stage is far before it gets into molecule stage, and before atoms and any known subatomic particles have evolved. That...
January 2nd 15 02:58 AM
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When is manned spaceflight preferred? by [email protected]
Can anyone refer me to papers/reports which study when one might need manned spaceflight? What tasks can't robots do?
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August 13th 13 06:28 PM
by Brad Guth[_3_] Go to last post
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Clueless pundits (was High-flight rate Medium vs. New Heavy lift launchers) by Rand Simberg
On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 03:53:36 GMT, in a place far, far away, (Rand Simberg) made the phosphor on my monitor glow in such...
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February 14th 04 04:28 AM
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Armstrong lauds another spaceman by Garrison Hilliard
Neil Armstrong, in a very rare public appearance, said the following at a recent "Star Trek" fete honoring Jimmy "Scotty" Doohan... "This evening is really an...
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February 12th 06 02:41 PM
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Minimum Number of Rocket Designs by Charles Talleyrand
Suppose one wanted to trim the many different rocket designs we have to the minimum useful few. We'd like to have a rocket well suited to every task, but...
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July 14th 04 10:40 PM
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Theory of everything using the Color by victorespinoza
Because my theory it was made with 21 pages in PowerPoint, do not I could post it here, but, in a following web page: Theory of everything using the...
December 16th 11 06:19 AM
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OSP: reliability and survivability by Edwin Kite
In deciding whether or not to fund NASA's proposed Orbital Space Plane - a "space taxi" dedicated to crew transport, in contrast to the current "space truck" -...
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September 26th 03 06:36 AM
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The Non-Innovator's Dilemma by Rand Simberg
That's the title of my latest column at Tech Central Station, in which I discuss why the economics of OSP make no...
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September 27th 03 03:09 AM
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Rutan's RASCAL by Pat Flannery
Anyone seen this yet?: http://www.aviationnow.com/avnow/news/channel_businessweekly_story.jsp?id=news/SSO11014.xml Sounds almost like the reemergence of the...
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November 17th 04 10:46 AM
by Pat Flannery Go to last post
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A system assembled by action disassembles by opposing action by JAAKKO KURHI
How does the universe operate? The short answer is: The universe appears isotropic and operates as the observable view indicates, revealing no other...
May 21st 14 12:47 AM
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Singularity colision with planes by Michael Harton
We know what happens with black holes and what will probably happen when 2 singularities collide in our universe, But what if two branes of existence get to...
December 14th 11 04:59 AM
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Past Perfect, Future Misleading by Hop David
Rand Simberg wrote: I have some more commentary on the Gehman report, and why we should not build "the" next generation launch system. ...
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September 11th 03 07:25 PM
by Rand Simberg Go to last post
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CEV Announcement by Rand Simberg
There's one expected this afternoon. My guess is that they'll wait for the market to close.
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July 5th 05 07:07 PM
by Jon Leech Go to last post
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We, first loosers for 100 years. by Vello
Just one strange idea: mankind don't have now space capabilities comparable what we had 30 years ago. It seems it is first time mankind is "dropping back" in...
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June 11th 06 09:53 PM
by Pat Flannery Go to last post
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earliest moon landing by [email protected]
I was arguing with a friend that the lunar landing required very little new science but merely extrapolations of existing technology. This leads to: If it...
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February 8th 06 03:00 PM
by Rand Simberg Go to last post
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COBRA BRASS family of sensors by Allen Thomson
Some more factoids about CB: -------------------------------- http://www.smdc.army.mil/Contracts/SETAC/archived_T_ORP/TORP0032_1.doc SYSTEMS ENGINEERING &...
July 29th 04 07:06 PM
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Saturn Ring Sample Return Mission? by Craig Fink
A planetary probe should be able to fly in and sample Saturn's ring material and analysis it and/or return a sample to Earth. The relative velocity between the...
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August 1st 08 01:59 AM
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Recycling universe by JAAKKO KURHI
Dark matter, the "invisible" mass that scientists believe makes up a large part of the universe, can be explained as being mass that is at one end of a cooling...
April 25th 13 06:49 PM
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Von Braun rockets on Encyclopedia Astronautica by Pat Flannery
If this was posted before, forgive me, but I just spotted it. Mark Wade has put up a new section devoted to Wernher von Braun's rocket designs of the 1950's,...
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November 11th 03 09:10 AM
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Is Jupiter's destiny to become a solid planet? by Delicieuxz
Currently it's mostly gaseous, but it's always directing more and more asteroids into it, which must be growing the solidity of its core. Regarding the gasses,...
December 3rd 13 10:20 AM
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