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Mars orbiters by Me
On Aug 1, 9:27*pm, JF Mezei wrote: I do find the landing technique to be "very different". *I have to wonder how they...
August 9th 12 01:31 PM
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You can tell when its the school hols.. sigh by Brian Gaff
The messages get dafter and dafter. Brian -- From the Bed of Brian Gaff. The email is valid as Blind user.
August 7th 12 04:38 PM
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NASA Selects SpaceX To Return Americans To Space by Alan Erskine[_3_]
http://www.spacex.com/press.php?page=20120803
August 6th 12 11:41 PM
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Reclaim the group by Brian Gaff
It seems that forces ( or is that farces) outside those known to be sensible are crossposting to this group totally daft material. This should be nipped in...
August 1st 12 11:30 PM
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Space launch system.. by Brian Gaff
In the item below I see we seem to still be talking huge solids. I thought the vibration problems associated with the chaotic burning etc, was a problem? If...
July 28th 12 07:36 PM
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Sally Ride by Brian Thorn[_2_]
Sally Ride, the first U.S. woman to fly in space, passed away today. https://www.sallyridescience.com/
July 24th 12 08:12 AM
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July 16th 12 11:31 AM
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What are those things that detach from the shuttle at the last minute? by peanutaxis
They look like hoses or something. I mean I can understand that things need to be attached, but do they really need to be attached until the split second the...
July 10th 12 07:57 PM
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Now the military's space plane is back.. by Brian Gaff
What was the purpose of the long mission I wonder, and it has to be the least secret secret vehicle in history. Why don't they use it for people or...
June 29th 12 05:50 AM
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Boeing CCP: A Shuttle Mini-Me? by David E. Powell
Neat! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ehCMvZX1SE&feature=youtu.be http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ehCMvZX1SE&feature=youtu.be DEP
June 28th 12 05:40 AM
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Dragon has returned by Alan Erskine[_3_]
Two drogues, three mains and a wet capsule. Splashdown ocurred at 11:42am Eastern US time.
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June 22nd 12 05:44 AM
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Star track pics from the ISS by David E. Powell
Worth a look! http://now.msn.com/living/0610-nasa-photos-gorgeous.aspx http://now.msn.com/living/0610-nasa-photos-gorgeous.aspx DEP
June 19th 12 06:14 AM
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sci.space.news by Brian Gaff
Has not been updated since the end of may, is this a general issue? Brian -- Brian Gaff....Note, this account does not accept Bcc: email. graphics are...
June 13th 12 03:00 AM
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I wonderwhat a Musk built shuttle version 2 would cost to build and operate? by bob haller
With the 40 years of what was good about the shuttle what wasnt... It would be interesting to at least here their ideas. Perhaps using the same basics for a...
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June 12th 12 02:43 PM
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Gwynne Shotwell by Alan Erskine[_3_]
Noice!
June 1st 12 02:06 PM
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Canada arm question by [email protected]
I guess that's what it's called. The manipulator arm that was on the shuttle, and the one that's now on the ISS. I was wondering how it grabbed onto...
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June 1st 12 01:09 PM
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Launch Abort by Alan Erskine[_3_]
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May 29th 12 03:18 PM
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May 29th 12 03:15 PM
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Dragon is in Orbit! by Alan Erskine[_3_]
May 22nd 12 03:54 PM
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Falcon 9 - 20 people for a launch! by Alan Erskine[_3_]
http://www.spaceflightnow.com/falcon9/003/120518musk/ Musk states that there are only about 20 people needed to control a Falcon 9 launch - does anyone know...
May 22nd 12 01:38 AM
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