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“When they did that design, they should have stopped and thought, ‘you know, that’s going to leave a big chunk of debris in orbit, we should change the design of the engine’,” McDowell says. “But they didn’t. This is real negligence.” https://www.inverse.com/science/long-march-5b-uncontrolled-reentry Four years ago, China’s first space station landed in the Pacific Ocean between […]
Scientists detect small pockets of carbon dioxide-rich liquid water in a meteorite dating from the early solar system
“This assumption is consistent with recent theoretical studies of the solar system’s evolution that suggest that asteroids rich in small, volatile molecules like water and carbon dioxide formed beyond Jupiter’s orbit before being transported to areas closer to the sun.” http://en.ritsumei.ac.jp/news/detail/?id=585 Just announced by my workplace! And no, I don’t teach in that department. However, […]
Apologies to readers for the weird mix-up in chapter numbering. I’ve been (slowly, painfully slowly) writing Bringer of Light on Scrivener…which I forgot to update on my desktop PC, which led to some sort of weird misnumbering of chapters in two different versions of the file. Anyway, I have begun to finish up the story […]
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Tag Archives: international law
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