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Old December 7th 17, 09:40 PM posted to sci.space.station
Brian Gaff
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Default fed up with these newsgroups way of operating

Seems to me that sci.space.news is updated so infrequently its pointless
looking at it, and this group has become an organ just posting links to web
sites of nasa.
Some of us really would like to discuss things here and get proper news
releases frequently on the sci.space.news gogroup.
Not everyone wants or needs the graphic rich web sites at all.
Brian

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