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Not exactly sure how to bring this up, no offense is intended and no disregard to volunteers doing a very difficult job. I have noticed that occasionally moderator(s) are putting questions on hold, w …
asked Sep 27 '13 by James Jenkins
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This is my first private beta (151 area 51 points would be a newbie clue) I have a few questions with some really good answers. But I hesitate to mark them accepted, during the private beta. They st …
asked Jul 20 '13 by James Jenkins
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Not sure if this should be a question here or not. But BBC just published this, which happens to be like two days after our public beta started. Is there a relationship in the timing?
asked Jul 24 '13 by James Jenkins
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who's literary contributions while fun to read do/did little to shape, impact or reflect scientific inquiry. There is of course a bunch of grey in the middle... Do we want to preemptively list authors who's work may be appropriate for discussion here, and those who works are not? …
asked Jul 31 '13 by James Jenkins
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Every time I check our report card we are around 200 visits a day. With 500 being the needs work low score. At 40 days old we seem to be doing well at the other indicators. There is no doubt in m …
asked Aug 26 '13 by James Jenkins
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I notice that most of our tags descriptions begin 'Questions about', 'Questions regarding', 'Questions pertaining to', etc. This seems rather redundant as all tags are on questions. A look at https: …
asked Aug 18 '13 by James Jenkins
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With your help, we're working together to build a library of detailed answers to every question about space exploration(except those that are available on Google or Wikipedia) Which seems to be what …
asked Sep 24 '14 by James Jenkins
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I just posted Will the recent flush of Beta graduations impact sites that meet criteria? on meta.stackexchange and specifilly pointed out that Space Exploration has been meeting the graduation criteri …
asked Aug 2 by James Jenkins
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questions on these topics be out of scope here? It can be argued that Physics and Science Fiction would be better sites for discussion of these topics. …
asked Jul 20 '13 by James Jenkins
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The recent question https://space.stackexchange.com/questions/1951/how-many-frogs-were-supposed-to-go-to-the-moon-on-ladee was intended as light humor about a current event. While I believe it is imp …
asked Sep 14 '13 by James Jenkins
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I was looking at the Area51 stats and everything is in the 'OK' or 'Excellent' category. The biggest hurdle is/was questions per day. Currently it is at 6.4 per day, with 10 per day the goal. Does …
asked Jul 22 '16 by James Jenkins
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https://space.stackexchange.com/tags/geosynchronous/synonyms does not have any synonyms. If we look at What is the maximum mass of a satellite that can be placed in GEO? we see a question riddled wit …
asked Sep 11 '13 by James Jenkins
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Looking at http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/43283/space-exploration we are 66 days into beta and are at "needs work" in two areas. Number of questions per day and number of visits per day. …
asked Sep 21 '13 by James Jenkins