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When Will Brad Guth Get His First Clue? by John Griffin
When he sees Venus directly overhead at midnight.
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April 18th 06 09:38 PM
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Soyuz to be fixed at Space Station by Craig Fink
Russian space engineers say the bolts at one particular location failed to work properly during each of the two previous Soyuz...
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July 1st 08 04:01 AM
by Jorge R. Frank Go to last post
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FGB-2 ready for launch?! by Jens Roser
Russia will launch the FGB-2 modul in 2007! (russian version only) http://www.spacenews.ru/spacenews/live/full_news.asp?id=10284
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October 12th 04 06:47 PM
by Jeff Findley Go to last post
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Dual Use? Gyromouse?( Segway Parts) by Craig Fink
What is the meaning of "Duel Use"? I would think all the mice running around the space station are gyromice? * Pick it up and it moves the the pointer on the...
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August 7th 06 11:54 PM
by Alan Anderson Go to last post
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Space station's oxygen generator back in action by Jim Oberg
Space station's oxygen generator back in action http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n0501/05elektron/ BY WILLIAM HARWOOD, FOR CBS NEWS "SPACE PLACE" Posted:...
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January 17th 05 12:32 AM
by Greg D. Moore \(Strider\) Go to last post
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Austin's Bob Mosley III Leads Vicious 'Shoot the 51-L Messenger' Campaign by John Maxson
Giganews proudly posts/hosts Bob Mosley's ongoing abuse for Illuminati Online, which doesn't even honor its own AUP. -- John Thomas Maxson, Retired Engineer...
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July 13th 03 03:43 PM
by Rick C Go to last post
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Keith Cowing Makes His Move by kT
http://www.nasawatch.com/archives/2008/01/esmd_pao_unable.html#more I've already made mine : http://webpages.charter.net/tsiolkovsky/proposal/IPO.doc What...
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January 18th 08 03:45 PM
by kT Go to last post
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life on the ISS by [email protected][_2_]
Hey I have a couple of question that I hope you can answer. I was googling around earlier but found no official papers about them... Anyway I'd like to...
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March 19th 08 09:37 AM
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RFI: Calculated orbital decay rate of an unbooster ISS? by Jorge R. Frank
OM wrote: ...Has anyone done any estimates of roughly how long ISS could remain in orbit without any boosts from the Shuttle, Soyuz or Progress resupply...
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July 4th 08 02:22 AM
by Neil Gerace[_2_] Go to last post
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Report: 'Progress' fireball nearly hit Chilean jetliner over southern Pacific by Jim Oberg
that is, if you can disregard a 12-hour scheduling discrepancy... http://www.smh.com.au/news/travel/jets-flaming-space-junk-scare/2007/03/28/1174761528947.html
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March 29th 07 07:22 PM
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Expandable modules?? by Brian Gaff
Jan. 11, 2013 Trent J. Perrotto Headquarters, Washington 202-358-1100 Mike Gold Bigelow Aerospace 240-235-6016
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January 27th 13 04:41 AM
by Greg \(Strider\) Moore Go to last post
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Half of remaining ISS gyros exhibiting stress by Jim Oberg
ISS continues to limp along on two CMGs, , but one of the good ones appears to be experiencing more and more frequent 'hiccups'. From today's On-Orbit Status...
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April 27th 05 06:04 PM
by Glen Overby Go to last post
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Can 2 Shuttles dock to ISS at once? by Explorer8939
If ISS is being configured as a safe haven for a crippled shuttle, is it possible for the 2nd shuttle to also dock with ISS? If so, are there time limitations...
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October 30th 03 09:25 AM
by Joseph S. Powell, III Go to last post
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myths of apollo-soyuz by Jim Oberg
The Space Review: The real lessons of international cooperation in space http://www.thespacereview.com/article/413/1 by James Oberg // Monday, July 18, 2005
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July 25th 05 06:01 PM
by Ami Silberman Go to last post
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Dart too sensitive for public release? by Craig Fink
http://msnbc.msn.com/id/12319764/ quote NASA keeps mum on space robotís failure DART report considered too sensitive for public release .... The space agency...
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April 24th 06 02:40 PM
by Jim Oberg Go to last post
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Space Station to be Abandoned? by bob haller
Space station may fall into disrepair Michael Hopkin Failure to fix oxygen unit could leave orbiting lab crewless. YEAH! Lets dump that poor excuse for...
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September 25th 04 02:10 AM
by Derek Lyons Go to last post
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Orbiting utility vehicle by Q Leap
I hope my posting of this suggestion is not a rehash of something that was considered and rejected. It may be a solution to two or more of NASA's current...
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July 29th 04 04:10 PM
by Jeff Findley Go to last post
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Russia's Secret: Did Space Station Nearly Die The Day It Was Born? by JimO
Russia's Secret: Did Space Station Nearly Die The Day It Was Born? MSNBC // Technology & Science // SPACE NEWS Silent suspense surrounded birth of space...
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November 29th 03 01:37 AM
by Explorer8939 Go to last post
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Can Russia invite China to ISS? by B. Isaksen
Considering that I've not read the full legal framework for ISS, I'm wondering if China could invite China for a docking with the SM. The module is russian...
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October 27th 03 07:37 AM
by Explorer8939 Go to last post
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No straight answers from NASA on depressurization event on Soyuz descent by Jim Oberg
Two weeks ago -- a potentially alarming safety issue. So far, not a single useful word of reply from anyone at NASA. Questions remain -- more questions...
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October 27th 05 08:14 PM
by Pat Flannery Go to last post
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