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Once and for all...are humans or robots better for Mars? by Jonathan
I see some NASA talking heads are out pushing a manned trip to Mars yet again. This debate isn't even close. Loosely speaking, putting men on Mars is a Forty...
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July 23rd 11 09:27 AM
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Worthy of survival by Space Cadet
Here is an interesting article by our old friend Dwayne A. Day, about Link between Science Fiction and the Space Program and his interpretation of SF impact on...
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December 2nd 06 03:34 PM
by columbiaaccidentinvestigation Go to last post
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...Nuclear MELTDOWN in Japan, is US Threatened??? by Jonathan
Look at this explosion at 47 seconds into the video. A violent hydrogen explosion, demolishing such a heavily reinforced containment building, must have been...
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June 30th 11 06:16 AM
by Brad Guth[_3_] Go to last post
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Time to Think ‘Horizontal’ for Future Space Launches by [email protected]
"Is firing a rocket from the ground straight up into space the right way to do things? It sure was in the 1950s and ‘60s and it persists today. But it’s still...
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December 15th 10 05:55 PM
by Brad Guth[_3_] Go to last post
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Sedna, space probes?, colonies? what's next? by TKalbfus
I find it interesting that Sedna was discovered near its closest point in its 10,500 year orbit around the Sun. What are the chances of that happening? If you...
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July 13th 04 12:00 AM
by Dick Morris Go to last post
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New CBS TV Series Making Nuclear War Thinkable And Great Fun For Everyone by [email protected]
http://letterfromhere.blogspot.com/2006/09/making-nuclear-war-thinkable.html Tuesday, September 19, 2006 Making nuclear war thinkable What's wrong with...
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December 29th 06 08:15 PM
by Fred J. McCall Go to last post
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NASA, SpaceX Set First Dragon Launch To ISS by [email protected]
"SpaceX will attempt the first commercial link-up with the International Space Station (ISS) on Feb. 7, which could be a major milestone on the way to the...
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May 7th 12 04:20 AM
by Greg \(Strider\) Moore Go to last post
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The First Step in Creating a Space Age - Treat Earth as a Planet by William Mook[_2_]
The Earth As a Planet. Science has shown that it is highly efficient at doing things when enough people put enough resources behind the right sorts...
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December 12th 10 01:43 AM
by Brad Guth[_3_] Go to last post
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1 Attachment(s) Runaway Global Warming Possible! by Thomas Lee Elifritz
January 26,...
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May 2nd 05 03:52 PM
by Fred J. McCall Go to last post
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Missing sial, iron, and nickel explains Fermi paradox by [email protected]
The Earth's crust is made of two layers called sima and sial. Sima is the lower and denser layer. It is made mostly of basalt. Sima is 5 to 10 km thick...
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September 4th 07 06:26 PM
by Eric Chomko[_2_] Go to last post
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Earth w/o Moon / by Brad Guth by BradGuth
The early or proto-human species as of during and then shortly after the very last ice-age this Earth w/moon is ever going to see, as such were extremely...
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June 20th 08 07:17 PM
by David Johnston Go to last post
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Brad Guth's Credentials by Robert Juliano
Brad Guth wrote: Brad Guth's Credentials (aka RESTART), ...
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July 15th 06 02:28 AM
by Brad Guth Go to last post
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NASA formally unveils lunar exploration architecture by AA Institute
NASA today unveiled an ambitious blueprint for returning American astronauts to the moon by 2018 using new rockets based on shuttle propulsion technology and a...
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October 18th 05 08:53 AM
by Brad Guth Go to last post
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A human Mars mission? by Christopher
Has there been any proper work done for a human mission to Mars yet? i.e. a rough design on the type of spacecraft that will be used, or some small amount of...
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September 15th 03 03:00 PM
by Rand Simberg Go to last post
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Pres. Kerry's NASA by ed kyle
What will President Kerry do with NASA? My guess is that he will want to dump the Bush Moon/Mars plans ASAP, but will he be able to stop CEV and the end of...
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March 11th 04 08:05 PM
by Eric Chomko Go to last post
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RC Rocketry - Ready to Fly to Orbit by William Mook[_2_]
A 48 micron thick of Aluminum/Magnesium alloy formed into a miniature External Tank that's 51 mm in diameter and 283 mm long that carries 24.85 grams of LH2...
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March 17th 15 04:41 AM
by Fred J. McCall[_3_] Go to last post
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CEV PDQ by Scott Lowther
Behold... the prototype Lockheed CEV, nearly finished: http://up-ship.com/ptm/cevprototype.jpg
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May 27th 05 10:11 PM
by Rand Simberg Go to last post
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New Apollo landing site photos by snidely
Pat Flannery scribbled something like ... Some new LRO photos, showing landing sites, LM descent stages, and ALSEP equipment: ...
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December 15th 11 11:34 PM
by Brad Guth[_3_] Go to last post
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Why Conservatives Should Vote for Kerry by Blair P. Houghton
Steven P. McNicoll wrote: The subject is "Why Conservatives Should Vote for Kerry". You offered no reason for a conservative to...
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January 12th 05 05:16 AM
by Scott M. Kozel Go to last post
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Solar Power Satellite Concept by William Mook[_2_]
I have developed a system that masses 600+ tonnes and is lofted into orbit by a reusable vehicle derived from our experience with the External Tank only. The...
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October 5th 10 05:39 AM
by Brad Guth[_3_] Go to last post
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