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Space Shuttle Exhibit Collapses After Hurricane Sandy by Jeff Findley[_2_]
Space Shuttle Exhibit Collapses After Hurricane Sandy http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-867881?hpt=hp_bn1 Seeing Enterprise exposed to the elements like this...
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December 10th 12 07:41 PM
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Breakthrough or just cold air? by Brian Gaff
http://www.kurzweilai.net/is-this-the-biggest-breakthrough-in-propulsion-since-the-jet-engine Have I not heard this all before somewhere? Brian -- From...
December 5th 12 09:26 AM
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Orphan planet found! by David E. Powell
The "2012 Planet X" crowd is going to go have a field day over this one....
November 15th 12 01:57 AM
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velocity by betatwelve
Dear all, This article looks interesting: A draft report by the Environmental Protection Agency, issued in December, appeared to confirm their concerns,...
November 7th 12 04:17 PM
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ISS twelve years on by Snidely
on 11/2/2012, GordonD supposed : Today is the twelfth anniversary of the arrival on the ISS of Expedition 1 (Shepherd, Gidzenko and Krikalev) aboard Soyuz...
November 3rd 12 03:38 PM
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Endeavour rolling, rolling, rolling by Snidely
Thanks to KPCC (89.3 FM) for blogging and...
October 16th 12 05:52 AM
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Curiosity curiosity? by Brian Gaff
http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/news/whatsnew/index.cfm?FuseAction=ShowNews&NewsID=1372 Object Likely Benign Plastic from Curiosity Rover Jet Propulsion...
October 14th 12 04:10 PM
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could a retired shuttle be reflown? by bob haller
lets imagine some deerp pockets $$$$ deciding to make a shuttle space worthy again;0 would it be possible? has nasa sent all the tooling to a scrap yard...
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October 5th 12 04:20 PM
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nothing by Brian Gaff
I'm just getting fed up with seeing spam as the latest message. grin Brian -- From the Sofa of Brian Gaff Reply address is active
October 1st 12 08:48 AM
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For Me, Shuttle Comes Full Circle by John Slade
Well almost. I remember when I was a high school kid in Shreveport, LA. On one sunny day after the first shuttle mission, the shuttle Columbia landed at...
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September 25th 12 02:04 PM
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Any relation? by Brian Gaff
To a very famous personfrom Nasas past I wonder? Brian -- From the Sofa of Brian Gaff Reply address is active
September 24th 12 09:36 PM
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Through the streets? by Brian Gaff
Must be some very wide streets then... Sept. 16, 2012 Rachel Kraft Headquarters, Washington 202-358-1100 Michael Curie Kennedy Space...
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September 20th 12 06:39 AM
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Michoud quetion by bob haller
On Sep 4, 8:31*am, Jeff Findley wrote: In article , ...
September 18th 12 03:35 PM
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Next Dragon Launch Due in October by Jeff Findley[_2_]
In article , says... On 24/08/2012 10:34 PM, Jeff Findley wrote: ...
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September 18th 12 03:31 PM
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Michoud/Katrina by Derek Lyons
The maps on the various websites are not too accurate, but it appears the Michoud facility may have been under the path of the eye. (The worst place to...
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September 18th 12 07:07 AM
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Apollo Question by [email protected]
Been meaning to ask this for a while. While sitting on the pad, the Apollo command module is white. When you see pictures of it in space, it's silver, almost...
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September 17th 12 02:13 PM
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Why the large differential in trips to Mars? by Ramon F. Herrera
I read somewhere that a manned trip to Mars would take years. The "Curiosity" probe, however, took only 8 months. TIA, -Ramon
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August 25th 12 03:24 AM
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Mars Rover Photos - Panoramas (OffT here but neat) by David E. Powell
http://photoblog.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/08/09/13203964-panorama-reveals-a-colorful-mars http://photoblog.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/08/09/13203964-panorama-reveal...
August 14th 12 09:26 PM
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OffT: NASA Photobomb by David E. Powell
http://wilwheaton.typepad.com/wwdnbackup/2012/08/i-couldnt-believe-it-myself-but-this-is-a-real-picture.html http://wilwheaton.typepad.com/wwdnbackup/2012/08/...
August 13th 12 03:14 AM
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