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Are we as a site trying to push away from questions asked by enthusiasts? No. We're a site for both enthusiasts and experts. The trick is to keep both. This is not easy and requires a delicate bal …
answered Jul 22 '13 by gerrit
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The question is off-topic because it is a product recommendation, which is off-topic, as noted in an upvoted comment to the very question you asked that was closed.
answered Jun 12 '15 by gerrit
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The Spaceport. Could be a fun name.
answered Jul 16 '13 by gerrit
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luna for Earth's moon. Synonyms selenology, earths-moon, etc. moons for moons in general. Synonyms natural-satellites, etc. moon is ambiguous, is there any way to trigger a note "please use luna o …
answered Jul 17 '13 by gerrit
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Reference books: Space Mission Analysis and Design. W. J. Larson and J. R. Wertz (Editors). Microcosm Press, 1999. Space Mission Engineering: The New SMAD. James R. Wertz (Editor). Space Vehicle Dyn …
answered Jul 31 '13 by gerrit
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If the answer is of technical or scientific nature: yes. If the answer is of political or economical, or other soft nature: no. Example of on-topic historical questions: What power system did the …
answered Aug 15 '13 by gerrit
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It can be hard to draw the line. Who determines what is a nutcase theory and what isn't? If the source is notable enough, perhaps some of those would fit on Skeptics.
answered Jul 31 '13 by gerrit
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I think, compared to true space exploration, we are suffering from a large bias toward manned space exploration. From the top 15 questions, 6 or so are about manned space exploration. Out of profess …
answered Jul 21 '13 by gerrit