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Re: Space
« Reply #30 on: July 04, 2016, 02:03:11 AM »
Aww it was launched around the same time TM was launched.

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Re: Space
« Reply #31 on: July 04, 2016, 02:09:30 AM »
Bump. The Juno satellite is gonna reach Jupiter today! You Americans should really enjoy that NASA's satellite launched 5 years ago is reaching orbit around the largest planet in our solar system on your Independence Day.
None of the American children here give a damn about that. They only care about what is going on on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube. Whereas I, actually find that interesting. I recall when they launched it. I was just turning 21.

LOL. I live in America and all the local schools that have on location summer camps are getting the kids super excited about the event, taking them on trips to the Exploratorium, having art projects on the solar system and jupiter made, etc.

Plenty of people at work are high school age, which I assume you were targeting your comment more towards, but most if not all have brought it up in conversation over the course of the past couple days.

Not sure where you live but it sounds depressing.


               

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Re: Space
« Reply #32 on: October 18, 2016, 11:21:28 AM »
been following the end of Rosetta's story lately - it's all so touching. and I cried reading the latest news about Philae  :,( and lots of my frinds if not learned astronomers are interested in what's going there anyway, so I truly believe it's not so bad

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Re: Space
« Reply #33 on: October 18, 2016, 07:48:22 PM »
LOL. I live in America and all the local schools that have on location summer camps are getting the kids super excited about the event, taking them on trips to the Exploratorium, having art projects on the solar system and jupiter made, etc.

Plenty of people at work are high school age, which I assume you were targeting your comment more towards, but most if not all have brought it up in conversation over the course of the past couple days.

Not sure where you live but it sounds depressing.
That's because you live in California. Most people care about the earth and the universe there, where as 99% of the country outside of CA does not. I do live in a depressing place, you know where it's at because we spoke about our homes before in a party chat or two some time ago...ahh good days. lol But anyway, I still think it's pretty interesting.

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Re: Space
« Reply #34 on: October 18, 2016, 08:09:48 PM »
LOL. I live in America and all the local schools that have on location summer camps are getting the kids super excited about the event, taking them on trips to the Exploratorium, having art projects on the solar system and jupiter made, etc.

Plenty of people at work are high school age, which I assume you were targeting your comment more towards, but most if not all have brought it up in conversation over the course of the past couple days.

Not sure where you live but it sounds depressing.
That's because you live in California. Most people care about the earth and the universe there, where as 99% of the country outside of CA does not. I do live in a depressing place, you know where it's at because we spoke about our homes before in a party chat or two some time ago...ahh good days. lol But anyway, I still think it's pretty interesting.

I forgot about that haha! Man, it feels so long ago.

Yeah, CA is definitely more progressive than a lot of the Midwest.


               

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Re: Space
« Reply #35 on: October 19, 2016, 06:15:29 PM »
Then here's Canada. We're excited about space. Yet we aren't even space capable with our program right now. :/ And you damn American's don't make it easy for a Canadian to start working for NASA or Space X.

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Re: Space
« Reply #36 on: October 19, 2016, 07:06:47 PM »
yes were so far ahead in the space program, now they are talking about putting a man
on mars by 2030 or far less.

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Re: Space
« Reply #37 on: October 19, 2016, 08:39:06 PM »
yes were so far ahead in the space program, now they are talking about putting a man
on mars by 2030 or far less.

I mean, America and Russia have both been somewhat Mars capable since the late 60s/70s, just loss of interest from both governments.

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Re: Space
« Reply #38 on: August 24, 2017, 04:24:45 PM »
Boötes void!


This is something that I stumbled across the other day when I was watching some space videos on youtube, I am a really big space nerd... It's just something so flippin' cool and I wanted to share it with you guys. I know Trub is a space nerd like myself  ;)

Boötes void is a monstrous empty space (also known as a void). It is a mindboggling 330 million light years in diameter! It's that enormous that's its actually difficult to wrap your head around it and realize just how big, and how small we are!

So far, only 60 galaxies had been discovered in the Boötes Void. Using a rough estimate of about 1 galaxy every 10 million light-years (4 times farther than Andromeda Galaxy from Earth)

Read more about it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bo%C3%B6tes_void


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