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Migration options aren't an option for beta sites. When we graduate, we'll figure it out, if we need it. In the mean while, flag said questions for moderator attention.


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Point 1: Terraforming should be on topic here, so long as it's kept realistic. There have been many questions on the subject, and there doesn't seem to be a good reason to ban them. Point 2: I'm not sure if I care. I've started a post on MSO asking about this question, what to do about unintentional cross posting, hopefully the community there will come up ...


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The way the Stack Exchange's question migration system works (my understanding, not in any way an official explanation) is, that the question itself is left on the original website it was posted, marked as being migrated, and the links to it redirected to the new location. If you open this link, you'll see it on the originally posted website, but the URL ...


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In general, yes. Understanding the physics behind KSP is definitely on topic here, and there's already been a few questions asked with regard to the physics behind here. However, the question you seem likely to ask is an extremely broad one. I would encourage you to ask more specific questions. See kerbal-space-program In particular, I think you'll find the ...


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I was recently reviewing a question in the Space.SE close queue. It was clearly a good candidate for migration, but the only option now available was to this meta site. Acknowledging @PearsonArtPhoto's observation, when we have the ability to choose migration paths, my suggestions would be: Astronomy SE Earth Science SE Physics SE Space meta Worldbuilding ...


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