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Most of the SE sites (especially ones in beta, like Space.SE) need questions. Now, on SO I'm a lot more discriminating on answers (mostly because people are lazy and ask the same junk over and over) b …
answered Mar 2 '18 by Machavity
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Speaking from experience, people wouldn't read it anyways. It's not as big a deal here as it is in other places, though. You can always reword a decent question (via edits) into ones that aren't conve …
answered Jan 15 by Machavity
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Yes That's quite a revision list from the OP. Everything is fine up until Revision 7, where the title is changed from Potential merits for a realistic definition of the Kármán line? to Why …
answered Oct 23 '18 by Machavity
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I like it, but in keeping with the other closure reasons on other sites I'd like to propose this Questions about constructing your own rocket or propellants are off-topic. Rockets and their propel …
answered Jul 10 '18 by Machavity
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The best way to help moderators is review queues. That leaves the mods to focus on the moderator-only queues. And by all means, continue to flag. That was the standing advice when Workplace.SE had no …
answered Oct 7 by Machavity
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Country tags can be useful, but only in limited context. A good case-in-point is China and their nascent commercial space launches, which are arguably a national priority for China. Thus, if you want …
answered Nov 27 '18 by Machavity
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afoul of ITAR restrictions (specifically ITAR part 121, Category IV (a) (1-2)). This restriction applies whether or not the person discussing is a professional. Broad, textbook-level discussion of …
answered Jul 10 '18 by Machavity