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    2019-Jul-10, 11:38 AM
    cjameshuff replied to a thread SpaceX in Space Exploration
    Discussion of its lunar landing capabilities goes back to the first version, and he's only saying they'll be landing on the moon before Mars. None of...
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    2019-Jul-10, 12:22 AM
    cjameshuff replied to a thread SpaceX in Space Exploration
    Lunar landings are completely separate. The dearMoon lunar flyby is a lot easier and safer than a lunar landing and return, and can be done with a...
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    2019-Jul-04, 01:29 PM
    cjameshuff replied to a thread SpaceX in Space Exploration
    Musk builds cars in a giant tent, and quite a few people are buying them. We build $13 billion aircraft carriers the way they're building these...
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    2019-Jul-04, 01:09 PM
    cjameshuff replied to a thread SpaceX in Space Exploration
    The "shell" comprises the bulk of the tanks and the vast majority of the rocket. There aren't separate tanks to integrate (apart from small pressure...
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    2019-Jun-26, 09:55 PM
    cjameshuff replied to a thread SpaceX in Space Exploration
    Pretty sure it lifts and levels the stage, rather than pulling it down, and contributes negligible mass, just rubber high-traction surfaces that get...
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    2019-Jun-22, 11:05 AM
    From what I can find, it's considerably easier than He3-He3, and results in fewer neutrons via side reactions than D-He3 while only requiring...
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    2019-Jun-22, 12:30 AM
    As you point out, it can be synthesized, and kilograms are already synthesized per year. Currently almost all helium-3 used is synthetic, and as far...
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    2019-Jun-21, 01:23 AM
    In addition to Earth just being a larger target, at least some of it is Earth and Venus making inner solar system asteroid orbits relatively unstable...
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    2019-Jun-19, 01:33 AM
    ??? Titan's likely the safest of the ice moons, with a thick blanket of atmosphere protecting against radiation and impactors while providing an...
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    2019-Jun-19, 01:29 AM
    Cost? Why would you put your settlement in orbit when all the resources are on Titan? People don't settle in random hard-to-access locations with...
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    2019-Jun-18, 12:06 PM
    No, an oxynitrogen atmosphere is denser than a nitrogen one at a given temperature and pressure. And there's no reason to go to such effort to avoid...
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    2019-Jun-16, 11:01 AM
    Hydrogen can't be liquid colder than 13.8033 K, helium can't be liquid warmer than 5.1953 K.
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