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The most difficult part of answering questions on this site for me is finding references in the open literature! I hate to post "because I say so" answers - why should you believe anything I say? - b …
answered Feb 5 '18 by Organic Marble
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I'll weigh in as well, I think this is not a good idea. The problem with opinions is that everybody has one and opening the door to letting people share them will wipe out any pretense of being author …
answered Jul 20 by Organic Marble
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Yes please! Here are some alternate astronaut hats.
answered Dec 2 '16 by Organic Marble
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Once in my time here at SE I had a serial upvoting reversed. (It may have been on sci-fi though). And yes, in the last month I had a couple spates of enough random upvotes that I was concerned it mig …
answered Jun 24 '18 by Organic Marble
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IMHO it's about right on questions. I'd like to see more downvoting on answers without references or other forms of backup.
answered Dec 22 '18 by Organic Marble
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Agreed, it's something we had to learn in shuttle Mission Operations, and it's somewhere in most JSC 'goody books' and introductory training materials.
answered Feb 19 by Organic Marble
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I'm a retired shuttle engineer with 30 years experience in mission ops at Johnson Space Center. So, "formerly active", to answer your question directly.
answered Nov 8 '15 by Organic Marble
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As you state, there's absolutely nothing wrong with answering your own question. So if people are downvoting your answer solely for that reason, that's wrong. I don't watch Youtube videos so your que …
answered Jun 11 by Organic Marble
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ExoMars is still the name of the ESA's program of robotic exploration of Mars. The rover is but one element of that program. http://exploration.esa.int/mars/46048-programme-overview/
answered Feb 8 by Organic Marble
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Question: How do other people feel about this kind of question? It's a peculiar kind of arrogance, to try and invent radical devices when one doesn't have a grasp of the fundamentals. Before d …
answered Apr 9 by Organic Marble
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A single well received answer can garner that many votes in a day. But I am always surprised which of my answers are well received. So difficult to predict, at least for me.
answered Mar 15 by Organic Marble
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Thanks to the moderators for all their work. I had no idea they could destroy users, I will be much more careful in future.
answered Jan 2 by Organic Marble
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I didn't understand the importance of downvoting so thanks for explaining that. I don't have a deep understanding of the mechanics of the site. I've been a bit afraid of being flagged as a "serial d …
answered Aug 2 '16 by Organic Marble
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I don't think "structure" is really bad but if a change is needed how about "structural design"?
answered Sep 17 by Organic Marble