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This is a community wiki. Please feel free to edit. Executive summary A great question is non-trivial. A great question doesn't necessarily sound non-trivial. Make sure it hasn't been asked already …
answered Aug 24 '13 by Deer Hunter
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There are several issues at stake here: Highly experienced SEx.SE community members (with first-hand experience) may be fed up with "moon hoax" questions. Encouraging nuts to post more "hoax" drivel …
answered Apr 22 '15 by Deer Hunter
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All simulations are an abstraction over real physics. Some are more and some less detailed. Even Systems ToolKit, the most widely used commercial six Degrees-of-freedom software package, is an abstrac …
answered Apr 15 '15 by Deer Hunter
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Astrobites feed: http://astrobites.org/feed/
answered Aug 16 '13 by Deer Hunter
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Relevant Q&A from meta.SO: Is it appropriate to ask questions of "temporary nature" here? Jeff Atwood said temporary Qs are better left for chat or twitter. However, there are events which happen …
answered Aug 8 '13 by Deer Hunter
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My own take on the issue is that it is very hard to disentangle politics from tech of space exploration: Space law was declared on-topic (it is set by politicians/diplomats/lawyers with technical ad …
answered Aug 15 '13 by Deer Hunter
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Mars Daily http://marsdaily.com/marsdaily.xml
answered Aug 16 '13 by Deer Hunter
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Planetary Society's blog http://www.planetary.org/system/rss/channel.jsp?feedID=328434498
answered Aug 31 '13 by Deer Hunter
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This is a tentative list of questions which would benefit from the feature. Please note this is community wiki and can be edited at will. Can you tack against the sun using a solar sail? Do any laun …
answered Jul 23 '13 by Deer Hunter
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The list of (historical and current) launch vehicle user manuals Saturn V (SA-503 flight manual, 1 Nov 1968 release) Saturn V (SA-507 flight manual, 15 Aug 1969 release, 5 Oct 1969 change) [Energiya …
answered Aug 25 '13 by Deer Hunter
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Mars Daily feed: http://www.marsdaily.com/marsdaily.xml
answered Aug 16 '13 by Deer Hunter
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July 2015 update: SEx.SE: evolution of core expert base from week to week (number of users with more than one positively-scoring answer per week). Source: SEDE. Methodology: https://meta.stackexcha …
answered Jul 29 '15 by Deer Hunter
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Astrobites - Added (... aaaaand removed) * http://astrobites.org/feed Example feed (click on the image to display latest results):            * This feed has been acting up since long, dumping 10 …
answered Aug 16 '13 by Deer Hunter
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NASA Space Flight - Added http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/feed/?cat=-6,-378 Example feed (click on the image to display latest results):    
answered Aug 22 '13 by Deer Hunter
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Solar System bodies (there's an Earth Science SE for that) questions that require in-depth discussion of physics involved without touching upon practical engineering issues (migratable to Physics.SE) questions about relativistic phenomena unless relevant for spaceflight (Physics SE fodder once again) …
answered Aug 23 '13 by Deer Hunter

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