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Poking around the site, I noticed this is our current help center text:

Space Exploration is primarily about spacecraft, how to get them to space, and what they do when they get there. Specifically, questions about these are encouraged.

  • space exploration
  • Satellite Design and Operations
  • potential systems that could be used in space
  • Science discovered by space probes

However, there are many topics which are not on topic, including:

  • Study of exosolar objects, except as they relate to space travel.
  • Physical Sciences, such as geology, astronomy, meteorology, except how they relate to spacecraft.

After applying minor grammar magic, it would be nice if we could change it to this (changes bolded):

Space Exploration is primarily about spacecraft, how to send them to space, and their functions there. Specifically, questions on these topics are encouraged.

  • space exploration
  • satellite design and operation
  • systems with potential use in space
  • scientific discoveries made by space probes

Questions these topics (and many others) are not on topic here:

  • The study of exosolar objects, except as they relate to space travel.
  • Physical sciences, such as geology, astronomy, meteorology, except as they relate to spacecraft and space exploration.

How's it look?

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  • $\begingroup$ I am poor with grammar...;-) But for a layman such as me it looks perfect.. $\endgroup$ – Hash Jan 9 '14 at 16:56
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I went ahead and made the changes, except I capitalized the first word in the first section, it just looks better like that. Thanks for the input!

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