Time to stop hoping the space exploration stack exchange will become a serious Q+A site of value to industry and education, and to accept it's the discussion site for fanboys and enthusiasts that, uh, some have been trying to make it.
I prefer singular they, but if one finds "they" difficult because they were mistaught grammar I'll tolerate "sie". I find "it" offensive.
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