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China Moon Base by Fred J. McCall[_3_]
China is apparently in negotiations with the EU about 'sharing' a Lunar Base. Just who would be responsible for what is unknown. -- "The reasonable man...
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Close Sun-orbiting mirrors for beamed propulsion and space solar power. by Robert Clark[_5_]
NASA just announced a solar probe to travel quite close to the Sun, about 3.7 million miles from the solar surface: Nasa’s hotly anticipated solar mission...
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A Mars-sized planet appears to be lurking at the edge of the solar system by StarDust
https://phys.org/news/2017-06-unseen-planetary-mass-warped-kuiper.html An unknown, unseen "planetary mass object" may lurk in the outer reaches of our solar...
Today 12:08 PM
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Dear retard lefty Gwyneth Paltrow: Your Goop energy stickers' are notmade with NASA material - NASA by SMH
NASA just schooled Gwyneth Paltrow about wellness stickers promoted on her lifestyle blog, Goop. Goop said in a post that the stickers, which are sold by...
Today 10:17 AM
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Falcon landing by Snidely
Lo, on the 6/23/2017, JF Mezei did proclaim ... Elon Musk warned today's launch would represent a very difficult landing for Stage 1 due to higher speeds...
Today 07:36 AM
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SpaceX busy weekend by Snidely
Friday: launched BulgarSat 1, and landed the first stage, making it the first reused rocket to be recovered a second time, and making it the first rocket to...
Today 07:31 AM
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Thoughts, etc: August's Total Solar Eclipse by Sketcher
A while back I considered posting a reply to Davoud's "Angular Diameter of Solar Corona?" thread. Instead I provide this semi-related posting. On Feb. 26,...
Today 07:03 AM
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Planetary Society Blog for Saturday 24 June 2017 by The Planetary Society via sci.space.science Admin
Planetary Society Blog /////////////////////////////////////////// This giant, flower-shaped starshade creates an artificial eclipse to see distant...
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New Imaging Software from Software Bisque by Davoud[_1_]
Astro-imaging for iPad, Raspberry Pi, Linux, Mac OS,...
Today 05:49 AM
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balloon-supported vacuum space guns? by [email protected]
If you have a 1-meter-diameter 80km long airless tube with a railgun inside it, and you use a series of tethers and balloons along the whole length to keep one...
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Space OR Planetary Science - Google News for Friday 23 June 2017 by Google News via sci.space.science Admin
space OR planetary science - Google News /////////////////////////////////////////// Space Science: International Asterioid Day - Weekly Alibi Posted: 23 Jun...
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sci.space.news by William Elliot[_4_]
What's happening at sci.space.news? I've not heard from them for a month.
Today 03:21 AM
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The Secret of Johnny Depp by Hägar
Seems that dumbass Johnny Depp has joined the chorus of unhinged Lefty Hollyweird Loons in their incessant assault on The Donald. If you want to know...
Today 01:34 AM
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Aerospike engine to be tested at high altitude (Finally!) by Robert Clark[_5_]
The new start-up Arca Space Corporation will test this year for the very first time, more than 50 years after the aerospike was developed, the high altitude...
Yesterday 11:13 PM
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Summer in Gresham by Double-A[_4_]
Summer is just a few days away. Currently a Freudian 69F here as of 1:30 PM PDT. A warm and gentle westerly wind at 6 mph. The rain has stopped, but still...
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