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The main problem was what would you expect this to do. One could send a very small impactor - say, a fraction of a gram of tungsten. Send a 3U cubesat to LEO, equipped with a ion drive the kind Buse …
answered Nov 25 '16 by SF.
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Houston Hello, Houston, I've got a problem...
answered Jul 18 '13 by SF.
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Note poor tags is worse than no tags. Once we're past early beta, new users will not be able to create new tags until they reach given karma. They must make do with what we have, and considering we ha …
answered Jul 18 '13 by SF.
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I agree with Paul; this is definitely on-topic, and definitely too broad. You could write a whole book about it. OTOH, Paul's suggestion is very neat: First create a "parent question" that lists most …
answered Aug 23 '13 by SF.
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Personally, I have nothing against questions that keep hanging for months unanswered until an answer becomes available. If the asker loses interest, they may delete the question, otherwise - they get …
answered Aug 11 '13 by SF.
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Note: had the battery been Pu-239 - and a bunch of RTG batteries used in space missions are made from decommissioned nukes, so a person not informed on details of the mission could reasonably expect t …
answered Jul 31 '13 by SF.
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kilograms - no actual material discussion. Consider how microfractures in the X-33 composite tank killed that project. - no actual material discussion. plus 2 actual questions: "Are composites used …
answered May 11 '16 by SF.
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Remember: absent users will never get better. When we're out of beta, we can start being more picky. Currently though, instead of downvoting a bad question, it's much better to edit it and make it a …
answered Nov 25 '16 by SF.
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I'd say as long as it's more of sci- than -fi they should be perfectly welcome. Distant, unreachable currently but technically viable ideas as Neumann Probe should be definitely on-topic. I wouldn't …
answered Jul 18 '13 by SF.
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I'm against issuing a specific regulation on this sort of questions. JCRM is right - if the question didn't show any research effort or is completely misguided, we already have tools to deal with that …
answered Mar 26 by SF.