6

On a site like Space Exploration, it is often not so black and white that an answer is true/false. The issues we deal with are complicated and broad in scope, and sometimes we are dealing with situations where we don't even have all the data yet. All of these could be said to apply to the question you answered. Because this is often the case here, we ...


4

First of all, I welcome that you are wanting to improve your presentation, that is fantastic! The truth is arguably more important than presentation style, but when it's difficult to figure out the truth, that is difficult. Stack Exchange encourages the editing of sub-par answers, either by the user or others, when they contain truth that is beneficial. ...


4

This will be little more than what's already described in our About and Help Center, but ... No. If it's not relevant to answering the question itself, then it can be construed as spam, so I would suggest avoiding that. Unlike academia, we're not so much into authored works and privileged groups (comes with too many "human condition" headaches) as we're ...


2

While I agree with PearsonArtPhoto that the tag should be standardised to astronaut with other terms pointing to it as synonyms, I think the issue of post terminology can be sorted out by the more general principle: Posts should be clearly written. As such, it does not really matter what terminology the author chose to use, as long as the post is clear and ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible