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Re: competition results compiled on wikipedia

... I did the best I could with what I could find. In an earlier life, I became one of the country's biggest experts on SSNs by writing down what I knew and
Chris Hibbert
Sep 19, 2013
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9201

Re: competition results compiled on wikipedia

An article on wikipedia sounds like a good idea. The one that you have now has many inaccuracies. I don't have time to correct it at the moment but I will
blturner3
Sep 19, 2013
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9200

competition results compiled on wikipedia

A couple weeks ago someone mentioned the Space Elevator, and I responded something like "Oh, it's August. There should be another competition! I wonder how it
Chris Hibbert
Sep 18, 2013
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9199

The AEGIS Society

Recently I introduced the concept of The AEGIS Society with a mission to design, build, operate and maintain a shield that will provide a safe haven to which
Leon
Sep 10, 2013
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9197

Re: Hyperloop

Hi There,   I just downloaded this but when I tried to open it I was told the file was damaged and could not be repaired.   If it can be sorted, I would be
Andy Nimmo
Aug 13, 2013
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9196

Hyperloop

What do you all think of Elon Musk's Hyperloop proposal? Details here: http://www.teslamotors.com/sites/default/files/blog_images/hyperloop-alpha.pdf
mattmon3
Aug 12, 2013
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9195

These guys want you to crowdfund their space railroad

What do you guys think? -- Meet the team behind the Slingatron, a massive coil of railroad tracks that could shoot a train into low Earth orbit. They are
Matt Buchan
Aug 4, 2013
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9194

Report on CN threads

Not sure how new this is but . . . "At about 100 times the strength of steel and a sixth the weight, with impressive electrical conductive properties, carbon
Jerry Irvine
Jan 14, 2013
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9193

Help with Moderation

Please contact me if you would like to help out with moderating the group. Thanks! Matt -- Matt Buchan matt.buchan@... [Non-text portions of this message
Matt Buchan
Jan 5, 2013
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9192

hello

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Alexander Kawaihae
Dec 10, 2012
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9191

Re: He3 lunar mining

Everett, I have not heard of a large 300 meter object in L5, I googled it but didn't find anything, any reference? I know about the Kordylewski clouds but
brooksn
Dec 7, 2012
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9190

Re: He3 lunar mining

Brooks, We are somewhat at the mercy of the solar system in regard to candidates for capture, as natural orbital objects are either in high eccentricity orbits
Everett L Williams II
Dec 6, 2012
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9189

Re: He3 lunar mining

Interesting on the He3 on asteroids, I'd agree SLS should probably be scrapped, and with today's budgets and Congress looking over everything it hopefully will
brooksn
Dec 5, 2012
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9188

Re: He3 lunar mining

Everett, I agree asteroids are the cheaper and more practical first step. I do think there is value in the moon and Mars and utilizing asteroids will make
brooksn
Dec 5, 2012
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9187

Re: solar power satellites...again

To all, I don't know whether this has been mentioned before, but there is one basic fact about solar power satellites in GSO. They are subject to eclipse by
Everett L Williams II
Dec 4, 2012
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