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Thursday, 11 February 2010 03:46

NASA scrubs SDO solar probe because of wind gusts

On February 10, 2010, NASA did not launch its Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) for its mission to analyze the Earth's star: the Sun. The spacecraft was not able to launch due to wind gusts that went beyond mission requirements for safety.

Published in Space
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 20:07

2010: Mars gets brighter and closer to Earth

On Wednesday night, January 27, 2010, Mars will be only 99 million kilometers (60 million miles) away from Earth. But, on Friday the viewing might be an even better for seeing Mars and the full Moon. So, take a look up in the sky and see a brighter and closer Red Planet.

Published in Space
It must be so easy being a climate change believer.  After all, based on the antics of the IPCC, you never have to do any real science; never actually have to travel to far-off places to collect data.  All you need do is wait for unverified data to roll in from “scientific publications”, and then scour through it seeking whatever snippets can be twisted to your purpose, without ever checking its veracity.

Published in Fuzzy Logic



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