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#48  Sticky Note Astrobotic Technology Annouces Lunar Mission on SpaceX Falcon 9 A.L._is_retired 02/26/11 12:10:49 AM
#47  Sticky Note 29 Private Teams now in a race_for_the_ moon. A.L._is_retired 02/25/11 11:33:44 PM
#46  Sticky Note Armadillo aerospace's lander program showing freeflight, near pinpoint backtrax 02/25/11 04:01:26 PM
#11  Sticky Note Russian company to build space hotel A.L._is_retired 10/04/10 12:27:48 AM
#197   https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=17&v=3UkEximY6lc Making Mars more hospitipal realbiz 09/22/15 07:38:23 PM
#196   I made this Pluto flyby gif from the A.L._is_retired 09/21/15 09:40:57 PM
#195   I'd say they will, the barge-landings are tough, backtrax 09/14/15 11:15:41 AM
#194   Stayed up last night to watch Elon on A.L._is_retired 09/10/15 01:01:58 PM
#193   Russia IS unlikely to try (IMO) but China backtrax 08/12/15 10:55:52 AM
#192   NASA is avoiding the water, not following it A.L._is_retired 08/10/15 12:03:06 PM
#191   Fascinating!...I wonder if any probes/rovers will go there. backtrax 08/09/15 11:13:30 PM
#190   In the aftermath of losing 3 supply ships A.L._is_retired 08/09/15 03:49:44 PM
#189   Martian Salt lake found. The study, published Thursday A.L._is_retired 08/09/15 03:39:56 PM
#188   Yep, interesting pics and science coming back. backtrax 07/31/15 10:18:53 PM
#187   Pluto approach A.L._is_retired 07/27/15 07:45:23 AM
#186   I've been totally burried in news. Love the A.L._is_retired 07/24/15 11:43:15 PM
#185   No news? backtrax 05/21/15 01:28:43 AM
#184   Scrubbed. fillanddrain valves issue. Better to scrub than backtrax 12/04/14 11:08:23 AM
#183   Orion holding at T-4:00 min. You still have A.L._is_retired 12/04/14 07:36:42 AM
#182   Since the NASA shuttles were eliminated, very little backtrax 09/10/14 08:57:16 AM
#181   Additive-printing, (3D-Printing) Cuts time, cost from development program backtrax 08/29/13 12:15:42 PM
#180   Crashed Proton-M launch vehicle had "angular-rate-sensors" installed "ups backtrax 08/29/13 12:10:54 PM
#179   NASA's "LADEE" probe, set to launch september 6th, backtrax 08/29/13 11:21:29 AM
#178   Sometime between dec 11th of this year and backtrax 08/27/13 02:22:20 PM
#177   SpaceX CRS-2 Mission Launch March 1, 2013, Utube A.L._is_retired 03/04/13 02:19:04 AM
#176   Blue Origin LOX engine test. A.L._is_retired 03/04/13 02:13:46 AM
#175   http://moonandback.com/2013/02/01/dream-chaser-the-destination-is-low-earth-orbi realbiz 02/01/13 05:00:03 PM
#174   http://spaceflightnow.com/atlas/av036/status.html I thought You might like to wa realbiz 01/30/13 04:34:37 PM
#173   http://moonandback.com/2013/01/20/martian-crater-may-once-have-held-groundwater- realbiz 01/21/13 06:39:26 AM
#172   NASA's commecial spaceflight partner, Blue Origins, test oxygen/hydrogen backtrax 01/15/13 12:08:16 PM
#171   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sq3AKiXZJ-M NASA plans 2008 return to the moon realbiz 12/28/12 11:38:20 PM
#170   I've been holding back on somethings in hope A.L._is_retired 12/24/12 03:03:25 PM
#169   That write up pretty much deals with money A.L._is_retired 12/24/12 02:42:42 PM
#168   http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/630142main_1-Sylvester_ETD_03_7_12_508.pdf NASA latest d realbiz 12/22/12 12:26:22 PM
#167   Everyone is getting a kick out of the A.L._is_retired 12/21/12 11:36:28 PM
#166   http://moonandback.com/2012/12/21/nasas-z-1-spacesuit-looks-remarkably-like-buzz realbiz 12/21/12 09:26:49 PM
#165   SPACE MEDICINE realbiz 12/21/12 04:43:11 PM
#164   ROCKET SCIENCE realbiz 12/15/12 05:10:09 PM
#163   Best of Vista A.L._is_retired 12/09/12 02:34:32 AM
#162   The ultimate challange right now is to reduce A.L._is_retired 12/06/12 02:22:11 AM
#161   Unfortunatly it looks like that is about to A.L._is_retired 12/06/12 01:44:46 AM
#160   They're working too. It's amazing something new works A.L._is_retired 12/06/12 01:33:46 AM
#159   http://suborbitalcoalition.org/research/ Fly Me Safely to space realbiz 12/05/12 10:33:09 PM
#158   Excellent High Resolution Picture realbiz 12/05/12 10:01:22 PM
#157   JPEG showing date and time A.L._is_retired 12/05/12 08:11:20 PM
#156   Heliospheric realtime Jpeg test A.L._is_retired 12/05/12 07:48:40 PM
#155   After reading that last article I just posted, A.L._is_retired 12/05/12 02:31:27 AM
#154   More News on Lagrange L2 A.L._is_retired 12/05/12 02:24:03 AM
#153   Rocknest 1st sample A.L._is_retired 12/05/12 01:51:31 AM
#152   http://spaceflightnow.com/sealaunch/eutelsat70b/status.html Next realbiz 12/04/12 08:40:18 AM
#151   Toned Down Yes realbiz 12/04/12 08:39:37 AM
#150   The implications here are tremendous. No wonder they A.L._is_retired 12/04/12 02:49:29 AM
#149   i must repost the launch manifest the locations realbiz 12/03/12 06:01:32 PM
#148   seeing the need for safe power in the realbiz 12/03/12 05:57:43 PM
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