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Space X wins!

The biggest moment in the history of Space X, NASA has awarded 2.9 billion to them to get humans on the moon. That's 120 ft. of Starship. (Add in the booster and it is almost 400 ft tall.) There's as... Continue Reading →

The Invasion of Mars!

In rapid succession we have 3 different probes reaching Mars close together. First we had the United Arab Emirates probe "Hope," launched aboard a Japanese booster. It will study the Martian atmosphere. Among other things we need to understand how... Continue Reading →

This is our future.

The year 2020 is nearing an end. Our annus horribilis concludes. There is a light at the end of the tunnel but we can't be absolutely certain it is an opening. It might be an oncoming train but probably not.... Continue Reading →

Perseverance

Back in 1964, the US launched the first probe to Mars, Mariner 3. Then in 1976, we sent the first lander, Viking 1. Then Sojourner, the first rover, launched in 1995 and landed in 1997. We have kind of made... Continue Reading →

Comet watching

Featured image is from Space.com Comet Neowise is in the evening sky. If you are north of the equator, you'll be able to see it in the next few days in the northern sky just after sunset. Southern hemisphere is... Continue Reading →

Aspie Life – Revised

What the hell am I? I am a Martian. I look around at these strange alien people. Their customs are a mystery to me. Their behavior defies logic. They speak and write but their most important communication is encrypted. They... Continue Reading →

Masculine: Biology and the Trope – Owls Blog Tour

This post explores Masculine: Biology and the Masculine Trope in Anime, my Otaku Warriors for Liberty and Self Respect subject for today. (And it just happens to be my birthday today.) We are a group of otaku bloggers who promotes... Continue Reading →

Photo pick of the day

Who can tell me what this is a photo of? (Click for full size.)  

The Space Shuttle

In 1969 NASA came up with a plan for a system of reusable spacecraft that was to be our jumping-off point for future exploration of the solar system. It included an orbiter that would use ultralightweight components that could be... Continue Reading →

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