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NASA Extends Mars Rovers' Mission by Ron
Donald Savage Headquarters, Washington April 8, 2004 (Phone: 202/358-1547) Guy Webster Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif. (Phone:...
April 8th 04 07:04 PM
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Safe to look at the morning sun? by Rob Swindells
Spring in Blighty brings the sun up just as I'm walking across Clifton Down every morning. At this time the sun is a huge orange disc in the sky. Is it safe to...
April 6th 04 02:37 AM
by Russell Wallace Go to last post
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Some thoughts on solar sails by nafod40
Most stuff I've seen on solar sails really reminds me of solar parachutes, where your drag happens to exceed gravity, so you go with the solar flow, so to...
April 4th 04 03:58 PM
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sci.space.tech and sci.space.science Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) by s.s.t moderator
This is the weekly Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) posting for sci.space.tech and sci.space.science . It is crossposted into sci.space.policy to explain...
April 4th 04 11:59 AM
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Effect of Moon's Gravity on Earth by Gordon D. Pusch
"Cockpit Colin" writes: "If the gravity of the moon can, from a quarter of a million km away, be strong enough to influence...
April 2nd 04 09:00 PM
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Sulphur contact of the moon by Fountain of knowledge
Does anybody know why the moon has a high concentration of sulphur in it's basalts? Is it a consequence of the giant impact that created it?
March 31st 04 10:24 PM
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You are such a poor shot that you couldn't throw an AA battery from orbit and have a hope of even hitting the earth. by Denys Williams
And so am I. I noticed recently that a batch of 91 AA sized batteries was delivered to the...
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March 31st 04 12:40 PM
by Michael Smith Go to last post
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Mars image microscopy by Robert McDonald
Does anyone know what the magnification is on any of the microscopy images from the Mars landers? THa images never have a scale bar. Robert
March 31st 04 09:08 AM
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Possible Methane on Mars by John F. McGowan, Ph.D.
Regarding possible methane on Mars, please see my paper "Oil and Natural Gas on Mars" from 2000. Oil and natural gas on Mars John F. McGowan III, "Oil and...
March 31st 04 07:03 AM
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Alternative to Rockets by George Kinley
Are there any way for rockets to fly in space , other then throwing mass out in one direction and moving in other
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March 31st 04 02:45 AM
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Specific Impulse & Exhaust Velocity by Makhno
Hi all, When are the Specific Impulse of a rocket and the velocity of its exhaust gas not the same? (OR when are they they same, if that's simpler) Seems to...
March 29th 04 02:31 PM
by Steen Go to last post
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Comments on this "disc"? by The Feestro
http://marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/all/2/m/065/2M132132493EFF1500P2958M2M1.HTML
March 29th 04 01:54 PM
by Niko Holm Go to last post
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sci.space.tech and sci.space.science Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) by s.s.t moderator
This is the weekly Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) posting for sci.space.tech and sci.space.science . It is crossposted into sci.space.policy to explain...
March 28th 04 12:59 PM
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Sedna and Voyager by C. F. Leon
"Albert Blauensteiner" wrote in message ... Anyone, who knows the...
March 27th 04 11:04 PM
by C. F. Leon Go to last post
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Rendezvous with Rama by Richard Cavell
I'm reading this book by Arthur C. Clarke. It involves a spaceship of sorts, which is a cylinder that rotates about its long axis. The idea is that a person...
March 26th 04 11:39 PM
by Keith Harwood Go to last post
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Water ice at south pole of Mars. by William Elliot
On Thu, 18 Mar 2004, John Reidar Mathiassen wrote: My immediate gut feeling when hearing about the second region was that the south pole of Mars might be...
March 24th 04 12:38 PM
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NASA To Announce Major Mars Rover Finding by Ron
Donald Savage Headquarters, Washington March 22, 2004 (Phone: 202/358-1547) Guy Webster Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif. (Phone:...
March 22nd 04 06:39 PM
by Ron Go to last post
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positions and velocity of planets by Jan Frederick Eick
aloah! i've been googling for this now since 3 hours... maybe here somebody can help me... i need a table of positions and velocity vectors of the planets of...
March 21st 04 07:14 PM
by Christopher M. Jones Go to last post
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sci.space.tech and sci.space.science Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) by s.s.t moderator
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March 21st 04 12:00 PM
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meta-lesson of the Mars rovers by albright
Hi all. The rovers have done a great job, turning up a myriad of intriguing and puzzling features. But the one thing they have shown most clearly is the need...
March 17th 04 04:13 AM
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