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You can ask about this, if you have a question about it, sure. Please note, that the news published by the BCC is about 'just another' mission concept or design. There are plenty of them, maybe a fe …
answered Jul 24 '13 by s-m-e
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Law in space is currently more philosophy than actual legal stuff. The (for me) ironic thing is, that there are actually space lawyers. I gave kind of an overview answer on this topic without any lega …
answered Jul 24 '13 by s-m-e
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On a possible code of conduct for this site - feel free to edit or turn this into a wiki. STRATEGY FOR ANSWERING QUESTIONS Never ever assume that a question is save to answer by your intuition! Chec …
answered Jul 21 '13 by s-m-e
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launching space probes, was developed for or by the military. A considerable number of astronauts still have a military background. The list goes on ... If this is going to be a full-scale discussion on space [exploration], we need to allow it. No matter how unfortunate this is. …
answered Jul 17 '13 by s-m-e
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"space" is short and catchy - that is what a (sub-) domain is about. Nobody wants to type long stuff into address-bars. So, I like it. No matter how misleading it could be. It is ... space. Besides, …
answered Jul 18 '13 by s-m-e
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There are general questions, stuff, which can easily be answered with wikipedia. Maybe OPs just do not know what to look for. They are lacking the right key words or the right approach of looking a …
answered Jul 25 '13 by s-m-e
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YES In my humble continental European opinion, imperial units are painful. This equally applies to CGS (dear astrophysicists, just don't even bother to justify this system). Besides, imperial units e …
answered Aug 18 '13 by s-m-e
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I just voted the Europa question one up ... Besides, I am with Paul (his comment below the question here). I do not understand the different receptions, too. Imagination and the thought of alien life …
answered Jul 25 '13 by s-m-e
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I am going out on a limb here, but I second Deer Hunter's position. This was supposed to become a comment, but I write it as an answer ... Avoiding pointless comments on this answer, yes, I have rea …
answered Aug 27 '13 by s-m-e
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If you do not really see it as a space exploration question, then we are in trouble, I guess. Geophysics, the question of space weather and solar-terrestrial physics are deeply liked to each other. Th …
answered Jul 17 '13 by s-m-e
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Space business is littered with "feasibility studies". In a way, they mostly investigate the "financial feasibility" rather than technological feasibility. If we were to reflect this business as it is …
answered Jul 17 '13 by s-m-e
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It is a 'fun' topic, but it should be handled with some respect. Even some of the greatest minds in the business like Carl Sagen have hypothesized about this topic in a rather rational manner. Strange …
answered Jul 21 '13 by s-m-e
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spaceart “Space Art” or “Astronomical Art” is the term for a genre of modern artistic expression that strives to show the wonders of the Universe. Like other genres, Space Art has many facets and …
answered Sep 24 '13 by s-m-e
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The border is incredibly soft. The more diverse SE sites exist, the more complicated it becomes to put a question into a specific category. Was it ever considered at SE to implement "cross-posts" in …
answered Jul 17 '13 by s-m-e
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think this place needs some more professionals. Let's invite them ... Somehow, I don't see this place becoming the discussion forum for space professionals soon. But it may be a kind of platform for …
answered Jul 17 '13 by s-m-e

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