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SpaceX Launches Cargo and Then Tries to Land Rocket
Tue Apr 14, 2015
In reply to: LuisM #3.2 It's called SKYLON, It should be ready by 2017. Wiki says: If all goes to plan, the first test flights could happen in 2019, and Skylon could be visiting the International Space Station by 2022.
United Launch Alliance Boldly Names Its Next Rocket: Vulcan!
Mon Apr 13, 2015
Great to see what competition from SpaceX is doing for this industry. The general public never paid much attention to ULA before, they are now.
Jeff Bezos Says Blue Origin's BE-3 Rocket Engine Is Ready for Flight
Tue Apr 7, 2015
Good article Alan, thank you! Looking fwd to hearing more about RD-180's replacement, the BE-4 methane engine, and ULA's "Next Generation Launch System".
Trevor Noah, New 'Daily Show' Host, Criticized for Tweets About Jews and Women
Tue Mar 31, 2015
In reply to:RImoonbat #1.2 Yes, comedians of all races make jokes about people of all races everyday. For comics, it's about trying to push the boundaries without crossing the line. Someone is always going to be offended. Did he cross that line in some of these tweets? Not for …
George Zimmerman Blames Obama For Racial Tension
Tue Mar 24, 2015
In reply to:pjam #18.3 Apparently the "left wing" thinks the "right wing" is now represented by middle-aged hispanic males. It's interesting that you would make such a comment, given the OP did not reference hispanics in general, you did. Also:
Astronaut Scott Kelly Packs Superhero Belt for Year in Space
Mon Mar 23, 2015
In reply to:Elmer Fudd #1 Agreed! I find it interesting in the one photo, where Scott and Mark are standing face to face, how they don't quite look identical. One them (Scott maybe?) even appears to be a little taller? ...the effects of more hours logged in space??
Climate Change Will Continue to Pick Up Through the Century: Study
Mon Mar 9, 2015
In reply to:Lee-1305582 #2.1 Knowledge is good!
SpaceX and Air Force Make Deal for Rocket Landing Pads
Tue Feb 10, 2015
Can't wait to see one of these boosters landing back on terra firma, that will be an awesome sight to see!
SpaceX Scrubs Falcon 9's DSCOVR Launch (Again) Due to Winds
Tue Feb 10, 2015
In reply to:tubeist- dan #2 Neither scrub was due to anything under SpaceX's control. And why would a scramjet/ramjet booster not be susceptible to weather conditions? Also, it takes a lot more than mach 5+ to achieve orbital spaceflight, more in the neighborhood mach 23+. Conv …
NY AG Takes Aim at Popular Herbal Supplements
Tue Feb 3, 2015
This is an outrage on so many levels... People are throwing their money at alternative treatments and essentially OTC medicine and supplements, to improve their health and are being DUPED! If I'm paying for a product and putting that product into my body for health reasons, I EXPECT that p …
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