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US wants to privatize Space Station by Alain Fournier[_3_]
On Feb/15/2018 at 4:45 AM, Fred J. McCall wrote : Alain Fournier wrote: On Feb/14/2018 at 8:44 AM, Fred J. McCall wrote : ...
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Today 03:08 AM
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US wants to privatize Space Station by Alain Fournier[_3_]
On Feb/15/2018 at 4:45 AM, Fred J. McCall wrote : Alain Fournier wrote: On Feb/14/2018 at 8:44 AM, Fred J. McCall wrote : ...
Today 03:08 AM
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No Collusion ... by Hägar
The Liberals' heads must be ready to explode ... Talk about a CYA ... no one is at fault, but the Russians were involved, but it'll be a cold day in Siberia...
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Today 01:52 AM
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10 13 Misc
NASA's biggest worry right now: What if something goes wrongwith the Webb telescope? by Chris.B[_3_]
On Saturday, 10 February 2018 02:34:20 UTC+1, RichA wrote: On Friday, 9 February 2018 19:32:52 UTC-5, Chris L Peterson wrote: On Fri, 9 Feb 2018...
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Today 01:11 AM
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NASA's biggest worry right now: What if something goes wrong with the Webb telescope? by Davoud[_1_]
Chris.B: How does an impoverished country, so deeply in debt, like the USA, manage such costly exercises? Impoverished? Really? I should get out...
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Today 01:10 AM
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13 24 Amateur Astronomy
What if (On Paper Money) by Herbert Glazier
Paul Revere gave paper IOU when people gave him silver to hold.China gave paper that was a gift to Marco Polo.It gave him not gold but man power.What if Swiss...
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Yesterday 11:59 PM
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16 38 Misc
Winter in Gresham by Double-A[_4_]
Now 46F here in Gresham as of 2:30 PM on this winter's day. Wind 4 mph out of the southwest. Occasional rain showers. Humidity 89%. I here LA has now...
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Yesterday 10:50 PM
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103 192 Misc
Cargo launch by Space X by Brian Gaff
OK I will say what probably everyone is thinking right now. I do hope he is not sending the ISS an electric sports car as well. Hides behind sofa. Brian --...
Yesterday 10:21 PM
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2 7 Space Station
Space Engineering OR Technology - Google News for Saturday 17 February 2018 by Google News via sci.space.tech Admin
space engineering OR technology - Google News /////////////////////////////////////////// Giving India a new height in space technology, ISRO likely to launch...
Yesterday 05:20 PM
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0 7 Technology
SpaceX pricing by Jeff Findley[_6_]
SpaceX has revealed a bit more about pricing for Falcon Heavy. They've also announced another barge for the east coast. When used with a Falcon Heavy, this...
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Yesterday 04:03 PM
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The End of the Milky Way by Mark Earnest[_2_]
The Milky Way is not running out of stuff to give birth to new stars. Scientists forgot about dark matter.
Yesterday 12:45 PM
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From the Moon to the Stars by Mark Earnest[_2_]
It will not take much effort to lift enough stuff from the Earth to the Moon to build a launch base to the solar system and to interstellar space.
Yesterday 12:09 PM
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Fundamental Physics Reconciles 2+2=5 and 2+2=4 by Pentcho Valev
For more than half a century, theoretical physicists have been reconciling spacetime, the absurd consequence of Einstein's false constant-speed-of-light...
Yesterday 09:04 AM
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