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I created feasibility for Could a partial space elevator be practical and useful?, but I am wondering if such would be a useful tag. (I do not remember if I read the article/blog post about the evils …
asked Jul 17 '13 by Paul A. Clayton
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While I do not object to the use of astronaut as inclusive of cosmonauts, taikonauts (which Wikipedia indicates is a media term with limited use), astronauts "proper", and any other 'naut, even within …
asked Jul 24 '13 by Paul A. Clayton
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While some readers here are very familiar with the terminology of the field and would easily understand standard abbreviations, I am guessing that many readers coming here might benefit from inclusion …
asked Aug 21 '13 by Paul A. Clayton
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I asked a question in which I provided a link to Wikipedia for a term that seemed likely to be unfamiliar to many here, but now I am wondering if such was appropriate/helpful. (If I had not provided t …
asked Jul 25 '13 by Paul A. Clayton
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I asked "Why did the ESA choose SPARC for LEON?" and nos pointed out that SPARC was used for the ESA's previous 32-bit processors. With a 32-bit ISA already in use, the continued use of SPARC makes m …
asked Jul 26 '13 by Paul A. Clayton
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discussion even though I do not think there would be much debate about whether "remote sensing" should be treated as two words. …
asked Sep 24 '13 by Paul A. Clayton
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Currently each tag only has one question (and neither tag has a wiki summary). For health the question was Would wearing heavy clothing be enough to solve the health effects of reduced gravity on ot …
asked Jul 17 '13 by Paul A. Clayton