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The Karman Line is the definition of space accepted by the International Aeronautics Federation. Technically, this is the line above which an aircraft would have to go so fast to generate lift, its sp …
answered Feb 29 '16 by kim holder
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Handling matters like this one is not so easy to do in a comment. On the other hand, briefly stating the crux of an issue makes it easier to absorb. The better thing in this case would have been a mor …
answered Apr 23 '16 by kim holder
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The answers have quite a bit more information than just a link. I suppose you went to the links provided and looked around. Then you must have seen what was summarized very briefly for you - this proj …
answered Mar 5 '16 by kim holder
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This particular question has interesting aspects which helped it make it pass muster. Also, it's seems fair to suppose the asker just didn't know what term to search for to get the answer to their que …
answered Mar 10 '18 by kim holder
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There was a discussion in the chat room of Blender.se today about the same thing. They are a graduated site, with enough traffic that weariness has set in for them when handling their high number of …
answered Apr 27 '18 by kim holder
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As belief in conspiracy theories is associated with the rejection of science, it is likely that this answer will be rejected by many at the outset. If you doubt the reliability of science, perhaps you …
answered Jun 25 '18 by kim holder
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I'd say in this case you are right to delete the question. You essentially have your answer (they aren't for the purpose the question is predicated on). In that case there is no reason to believe lett …
answered Jun 24 '18 by kim holder
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Since it is actually not possible to migrate the Aviation.SE question, it definitely isn't cross-posting, and since it concerns satellites, it definitely has to do with space. That's all that really …
answered May 14 '17 by kim holder
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The policy that Stack Overflow has adopted is one I quite like, balanced and fair. I had thought it was part of Meta Stack Exchange and thus applied to all daughter sites, but I was mistaken - my bad. …
answered Apr 16 '18 by kim holder
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I just noticed this question, and would like to add a few points that apply to Space.SE more than many other SE sites. People from the space industry often know things simply because they work with t …
answered Jan 18 '18 by kim holder
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Worldbuilding's mandate: Worldbuilding Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for writers, artists and others using science, geography and culture to construct imaginary worlds and setti …
answered Feb 23 '17 by kim holder
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Close votes for too broad, unclear, or opinion-based are virtually always accompanied by a comment explaining why, if not after the first vote, then after the second. I will hazard a guess that if the …
answered Jan 22 '18 by kim holder
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First a preamble, please bear with me... For what it is worth, I think there is a place for regulars on the site to take on particular roles according to their skills and level of expertise. And that …
answered Nov 3 '14 by kim holder
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The question was closed as off-topic because it really belonged on Astronomy.SE. Ordinarily it would have been migrated there, together with all its comments and answers. At the time this question was …
answered Jun 12 '15 by kim holder
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Perhaps you've noticed the 'Know someone who can answer?' box at the bottom of questions without answers. There are templates through the links there that work with the 4 most common services. My gues …
answered Jan 9 '15 by kim holder

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