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Bad Cosmic Weather Could Boost Danger of Manned Mars Missions
Tue Oct 21, 2014
In reply to: leroy brown #2.5 Value is an intangible trait that we as humans apply to things on a social and individual basis. Leroy, your opinion in the case of the latter/another's individual perspective is of no consequence (and yes, it is 'in fact, an opinion'). S …
Cheaper Than Coal? Fusion Concept Aims to Bridge Energy Gap
Fri Oct 10, 2014
It's the "power of the Sun" and the power of our future, if we are to have one I believe.
Air Force Will Move X-37B Space Planes to Shuttle Hangars
Thu Oct 9, 2014
In reply to: Da Noid #1 Unless you are aware of any details regarding its mission then yes, secretive.
Fri Sep 26, 2014
In reply to: Brisaber #1.1 Pretty obvious he's referring to Boeing and not internet-darlings SpaceX. Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge fan of what SpaceX is doing and their potential. I have mixed feelings about SNC's protest. DreamChaser is a great (if novel) LEO vehicle that we are sentimental …
India's Mars Orbiter Mission Goes Into Orbit, Too
Tue Sep 23, 2014
In reply to: Chuco Montoya #1.3 Yes! We must wait until ALL hunger and poverty has been eliminated until ANY of us pursues any loftier ambitions in life... PMF and Chuco, why don't you guys lead the way? I'm sure there is at least some excess in your lives. &nb …
Mars Ahead? SpaceX Breaks Ground on Texas Spaceport
Mon Sep 22, 2014
In reply to: Lee-1305582 #2 Big fan of Musk and SpaceX, but their achievements aren't without billions of financial support from the US taxpayer and collaboration with NASA. We're not seeing so much a shift toward true free enterprise (aerospace contractors have always been private compa …
Success! NASA's Maven Probe Goes Into Orbit Around Mars
Sun Sep 21, 2014
I much prefer the relative pittance that NASA is allocated for planetary science (roughly $1.5 billion per year)... a program that results in thousands of high (and low) skill American jobs, advances science and math education and training among the population, and produces groun …
Boeing and SpaceX Win $6.8 Billion for Apollo-Style Space Taxis
Tue Sep 16, 2014
In reply to: James-3672256 #3 It's been said, "what Boeing wants, Boeing gets"... Sorry we won't get to see a Dreamchaser launch.
Auditors Say NASA Doesn't Have the Money for Big Rockets
Wed Jul 23, 2014
In reply to: Lee-1305582 #1.4 Not the whole $17 billion, the SLS program is more like $3 billion annual. Now if your argument is that NASA is spread too thin, with over 100 active missions going on at any given point in time, then that is at least a valid opinion, but this is again is a congr …
May Was the Hottest in Recorded History
Mon Jun 23, 2014
In reply to: Rex-1306908 #19.5 AGW may or may or may not be impacting your particular location in any "obvious" manner right now, but eventually the pendulum will swing far enough that it does. Also, that vast majority of us are dependent upon goods and services, and an economy, that is local, …
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