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Roscosmos is not the only component of the Russian space program. As such, it is definitely not redundant. I suggest tagging the post with both "Russia" and "Roscosmos" if you want to optimize visibil …
answered Oct 17 '13 by called2voyage
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No, comments are not always moved to chat. They can be deleted by moderators at any time for any reason. In this case, Kim removed them because they were obsolete. By the way, deleted comments are no …
answered May 31 '16 by called2voyage
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From Who are the site moderators, and what is their role here? in our Help Center: Moderators are human exception handlers, there to deal with those exceptional conditions that could otherwise dis …
answered Dec 1 '17 by called2voyage
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It is always better to leave an answer, if you can provide enough information to make a good answer. Some sites will even delete any attempts to answer in the comments. Here we're a little looser with …
answered May 4 '18 by called2voyage
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Dang it, I started to create an extraterrestrial aircraft tag, then I noticed we already have the tag you are asking for--and you've used it before! aerobot Of course, extraterrestrial aircraft is a …
answered Mar 26 '18 by called2voyage
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News AzerNews Center-right, pro-establishment Azerbaijani news source (English language) Contains space news for Central Asia and the Middle East Often has a bias, but may contain more details than …
answered Jul 20 '18 by called2voyage
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Custom off-topic close reason: Questions about dangerous amateur experiments, such as constructing your own engine or propellants are off-topic. Rockets and their propellants are INHERENTLY DANGER …
answered Jun 27 '18 by called2voyage
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Moving my comment to an answer: there is the Internet Archive. It's not just for web pages. They keep archives of documents, among many other things. If you're looking for something specific to space …
answered Aug 1 '18 by called2voyage
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All right, since no one's jumping in. I'm going to declare by mod fiat. No, we do not have a homework policy. As usual, my mod fiat can be overruled by the community. If this post nets a negative scor …
answered Apr 16 '18 by called2voyage
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This is a good time to remember why it is important to make sure all the relevant information from your link is in your answer. If links ever go down and the original source material cannot be found, …
answered Aug 15 by called2voyage
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You make some good points about treatment of new users which I try to give more grace myself. Stack Exchange is supposed to be built around the Be nice model: Whether you've come to ask questions, …
answered Apr 23 '16 by called2voyage
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Yes, flag the post with a custom message telling the mods that the username is offensive. Mods can rename the user back to the default id and send them a message.
answered Nov 20 '17 by called2voyage
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Perhaps we should add a note about it and a link to it from the Tour? Something like: Don't ask about... Anything not directly related to space exploration Questions that are primarily o …
answered Mar 26 '18 by called2voyage
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I've reopened and removed some of the comments. Thanks for being proactive!
answered May 3 '18 by called2voyage
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It could be a lot or a little but the idea is still sexy to me. Personally, I would leave this alone. It's part of the user's manner of speech, and it expresses that they are asking the question …
answered Jun 13 '18 by called2voyage

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