Tag Archives: Space Exploration

Space X must’ve docked

The news has been riddled with more riots over the unnecessary murder of George Floyd and since American Media goes with if it bleeds, it leads…everything went according to plan with Space X docking at ISS. At least one funny thing … Continue reading

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Space X was successful, part one

The rocket is on its way to put the two astronauts into orbit, this only takes less than 20 minutes. Now will come the tense 19 hours for the capsule to sync up with the ISS and succeed at docking. … Continue reading

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Space X launch delayed

With minutes to go, Florida’s infamous weather scrubbed the launch of America’s first attempt to put people into space in a decade. The Libertarian hard-on will have to wait as they celebrate the privatization of space travel. Even if Ego … Continue reading

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1970: Apollo 13 launched

The Apollo 13 mission was a demonstration of what happens when you plan and prepare for the worst. It was NASA’s finest hour back then. Hard to believe it happened when the GOP was in the White House since we lost two … Continue reading

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RIP Katherine Johnson

Farewell to a great American and a person who was vital to our (as in the World, not just America) success at landing on the Moon. Without Katherine’s brilliance and mathematical skills, I have a feeling there could’ve been delays. … Continue reading

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1979: Voyagers arrive at Jupiter

Can’t remember what my source was saying that either Voyager 1 or 2 arrived at their first destination around May but one go there in January, the other in July so I’ll just accept May as the compromise, hence this month’s header art! … Continue reading

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