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Space – the dream still exists

21 July 2011 – STS-135. The last American Space Shuttle mission. 30 May 2020 – The first manned flight of a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft. About a month and a half short of nine years. NINE years. It is time to … Continue reading

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Space Junk?

by Nathan Barton Look out! Duck! One of my favorite short stories back in the late 1960s involved confrontation between Soviet and American occupation forces on Luna, who discovered that firing large numbers of projectiles in very thin atmosphere and … Continue reading

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