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Hagar's lament by Notroll2016
It seems this morning provides a brand new context for the phrase, "**** you and the horse you rode in on."
Today 02:10 AM
by Hägar Go to last post
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Hagar still willingly bending over to let NASA do it to him by Bast[_2_]
Perhaps he can still learn something, and let his hemorrhoids heal up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUZr0Wr0v-s If you still miss the point hags,.....NASA...
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Today 02:09 AM
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It's... slowing down, Sir. by Arc Michael
On Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 8:42:42 AM UTC-8, The Starmaker wrote: Today, scientists led by Stephen Hawking are using high-tech scanners to discover...
Today 02:07 AM
by Hägar Go to last post
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It's... slowing down, Sir. by Arc Michael
On Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 2:31:02 PM UTC-8, hanson wrote: "Hägar" wrote: maybe slowing down, but other stuff is picking up ...
Today 01:44 AM
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Space Station News for Thursday 14 December 2017 by NASA via sci.space.tech Admin
Space Station News /////////////////////////////////////////// NASA Astronaut Bresnik and Crewmates Return to Earth From Space Station Posted: 14 Dec 2017...
Today 01:25 AM
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Space Station News for Thursday 14 December 2017 by NASA via sci.space.tech Admin
Space Station News /////////////////////////////////////////// NASA Astronaut Bresnik and Crewmates Return to Earth From Space Station Posted: 14 Dec 2017...
Today 01:25 AM
by NASA via sci.space.tech Admin Go to last post
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Space Engineering OR Technology - Google News for Thursday 14 December 2017 by Google News via sci.space.tech Admin
space engineering OR technology - Google News /////////////////////////////////////////// Bringing space technology to water needs in California vineyards -...
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Timeline for SpaceXs next station cargo launch by Spaceflight Now
SpaceX';s Falcon 9 rocket will go from Cape Canaveral to low Earth orbit in 10 minutes Friday with a Dragon capsule heading for the International Space Station...
Today 12:50 AM
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Four more Galileo navigation satellites ride Ariane 5 rocket into orbit by Spaceflight Now
Credit: ESA/CNES/Arianespace - Photo Optique Video du CSG - S. Martin Unimpeded by rain showers and a dark gray blanket of low clouds, an Ariane 5 rocket...
Today 12:50 AM
by Spaceflight Now Go to last post
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Comet Tails ????? by Herbert Glazier
Most have one tail.Some have two,and some no tail at all.Some tails are a million miles long(WOW) What are these tails made off? I think dust??? Some say...
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Yesterday 11:42 PM
by hanson Go to last post
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Hubble Shows that Jupiter's Great Red Spot Is Smaller than Ever Seen Before by [email protected]
Jupiter's monster storm, the Great Red Spot, was once so large that three Earths would fit inside it. But new measurements by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope...
Yesterday 11:39 PM
by hanson Go to last post
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Life on Exoplanets by Mark Earnest[_2_]
Spectral analysis will now tell us if there is oxygen in an exoplanet's atmosphere and oxygen indicates life. We now have the ability to tell if there is...
Yesterday 11:38 PM
by hanson Go to last post
5 28 Misc
Solstice and EPIC by Gerald Kelleher
https://epic.gsfc.nasa.gov/ The area around the South pole is now in full view while its Northern counterpart is entirely absent. Far removed from the usual...
Yesterday 10:43 PM
by Gerald Kelleher Go to last post
1 17 Amateur Astronomy
sci.space.news by David Spain
Nothing has come in for me on this newsgroup (using Eternal September) since Nov. 22nd. Is anyone else seen anything posted by Ron Baalke since? I'd like to...
Yesterday 08:17 PM
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NASA To Announce New Exo-Planet Kepler Survey Results by David Spain
On Thursday Dec. 14th NASA plans to announce the latest exo-planet survey results using the Kepler Telescope. The new wrinkle here is that Google machine...
Yesterday 07:34 PM
by David Spain Go to last post
5 11 Policy
Scientists Don't See Violations of the Second Law of Thermodynamics by Pentcho Valev
"Clean, Unlimited Energy. Physicists at the University of Arkansas have invented a nano-scale power generator that could potentially use the movement of...
Yesterday 05:18 PM
by Pentcho Valev Go to last post
0 9 Astronomy Misc
Discovery in Antarctica changes everything we know about aliens by a425couple
Discovery in Antarctica changes everything we know aboutÂ*aliens By Nick Whigham, News.com.au December 11, 2017 | 11:59am | Updated Modal Trigger Antarctica...
Yesterday 05:13 PM
by a425couple Go to last post
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Scientists to investigate if cigar-shaped asteroid could be an alien spacecraft by [email protected]
"A team of researchers, including Stephen Hawking, is investigating whether the first known object from outside the solar system contains the first sign of...
Yesterday 03:35 PM
by David Spain Go to last post
2 9 Policy
Soyuz carries three station crew members back to Earth by Spaceflight Now
STORY WRITTEN FORÂ*CBS NEWSÂ*& USED WITH PERMISSION The Soyuz MS-05 descent module just before touchdown in Kazakhstan on Thursday. Credit: NASA TV/Spaceflight...
Yesterday 12:48 PM
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Has New Zealands first launch gone yet? by Brian Gaff
I know they aborted the other day due to telemetry problems. Brian -- ----- - This newsgroup posting comes to you directly from... The Sofa of Brian...
Yesterday 10:15 AM
by Brian Gaff Go to last post
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Adding Fudge Factors To Einstein's General Relativity by Pentcho Valev
University of California, Davis: "The original theory of General Relativity has given correct predictions in every other context, Temple said, and there is no...
Yesterday 10:06 AM
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Recent snapshots from the International Space Station by Spaceflight Now
Recent photos from the International Space Station';s Expedition 53 crew show wildfires burning in Southern California, expansive views of the Himalayas,...
Yesterday 09:48 AM
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