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Old October 23rd 03, 01:13 PM
James Oberg
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Carlos Herranz tells the fpspace list: "For those of you able to read
Spanish (or with a good internet
translator), today's Spanish newspapers carry the first of Pedro Duque's
diaries from the ISS. He makes some particularly curious
remarks about the use of pens in orbit. See, for example, this link to the
newspaper "El Mundo":

"http://www.elmundo.es/documentos/2003/10/ciencia/cervantes/diario.html"

Can anybody work up a workable translation -- say with babelfish, hand
polished -- and share with us all?




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Old October 23rd 03, 04:25 PM
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ESA's already done this:

http://www.esa.int/export/esaCP/SEM9...D_index_0.html





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Can anybody work up a workable translation -- say with babelfish, hand
polished -- and share with us all?



 




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