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Mars Sample Return - The Real Space Race by Alain Fournier
Henry Spencer wrote: In article , ed kyle wrote: Who will be first to bring...
November 20th 03 05:56 AM
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UnManned Exploration by R P Haviland
I see a number of claims that unmanned vehicles make manned space flight unecessary. Instruments measure what they are designed to measure- unless you ar...
November 27th 03 05:09 PM
by R P Haviland Go to last post
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Can Nozomi enter Mars orbit? by Jim Kingdon
People have hailed the upcoming arrival at Mars of NASA's two Mars landers, Mars Express (with Beagle 2), and Japan's Nozomi. The Nozomi team has managed to...
November 29th 03 07:06 PM
by Chris Jones Go to last post
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H-2A launch failure by Rand Simberg
On 1 Dec 2003 07:02:01 -0800, in a place far, far away, (ed kyle) made the phosphor on my monitor glow in such a way as to indicate...
December 4th 03 08:44 PM
by Tom Merkle Go to last post
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From Russia, Without Love by Rand Simberg
....is the title of this week's Fox News column, in which I discuss the difference between the Russian and American space programs, and propose moving ISS into...
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December 5th 03 12:40 AM
by Derek Lyons Go to last post
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Satellite pictures of Vyborg (resurs-f satellite) by Timo J Keranen
I am searching for satellite pictures of Vyborg. I think they were photographed by russian resurs-f satellite. One picture is...
December 11th 03 08:00 PM
by Timo J Keranen Go to last post
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Satellite to Satellite communication ? by Norris Watkins
Hello: 1. When you make an international phone call - say from NY to China - how does the voice data travel ? Does it have to be send to the satellite and then...
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December 12th 03 10:06 AM
by Pascal Bourguignon Go to last post
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Telescope Question by Niko Holm
I'm looking to buy a new telescope in the range of about $1500 AUD (approx. 750 USD) Can someone give me a suggestion as to what to get? I've looked at the...
December 13th 03 03:38 PM
by Giovanni Galeazzi Go to last post
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Atlas Launch Tonight by LooseChanj
Twas tasty. I went out to the beach earlier today, and noticed what I thought was a rocket on the pad. Came home to check on the web, and wow there's...
December 20th 03 03:57 AM
by ed kyle Go to last post
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Lessons Learned by Rand Simberg
My latest Fox column, in which I discuss human motivators (*none* of which is cooperation), the historical basis for them, and the relevance to any potential...
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December 22nd 03 07:01 PM
by Henry Spencer Go to last post
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SpaceShipOne Busts Sound Barrier by Rand Simberg
A good way to celebrate the anniversary. http://www.scaled.com/projects/tierone/New_Index/news/121703.htm
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December 23rd 03 09:48 PM
by Josh Gigantino Go to last post
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Airplane Scientists by Rand Simberg
In honor of the centennial, I have an essay about the brothers Wright up at TechCentralStation: http://www.techcentralstation.com/121703D.html
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December 25th 03 05:54 AM
by Mary Shafer Go to last post
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More Of The "Wright Stuff" by Rand Simberg
December 27th 03 03:56 PM
by Tony Rusi Go to last post
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20040104180407-23400: Travelling to Mars by BD
Robomod had the following to say about this post: - submission from unregistered poster Article key: e0c6c2d504d872bfb5d848957b2cfabd ----- original...
January 5th 04 02:04 AM
by BD Go to last post
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Travelling to Mars by Mervo
Hardly a week goes by without some news item about Mars and the likelihood of manned flight to it. I ask, where is there a cape Canaveral launch facility on...
January 5th 04 04:10 AM
by BD Go to last post
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ISS Slow Leak by R Mark Elowitz
I recently heard that there is a very small leak on the ISS. Could there be a link with the recent report of something hitting the space station. Perhaps the...
January 6th 04 12:20 PM
by R Mark Elowitz Go to last post
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Soyuz station flights by Andrew Gray
Okay. http://www.spacetoday.net/Summary/2078 says there'll be two tourists, going on Soyuz, one next year and one in '05. It's also worth noting that the...
January 6th 04 12:26 PM
by Peter H Go to last post
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Announcing BackyardAstronomy.org by Mark Rooney
As much as I am disdained at public postings of this nature on news groups, they do tend to serve as a focused group for this particular...
January 8th 04 11:19 PM
by Mark Rooney Go to last post
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The Earth by LooseChanj
I was just relaxing in bed staring at my map of the world when I wondered if ours were a different planet, what bits would be interesting? Where would we send...
January 9th 04 04:29 AM
by Bjørn Ove Isaksen Go to last post
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Moon plans by Jim Kingdon
Bush's speech is at: http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2004/01/20040114-3.html There's a White House Fact Sheet...
January 14th 04 11:03 PM
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