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  • ...tation (or a nearby spacecraft, such as one bringing supplies to the space station). :[External view of a the International Space Station (ISS) orbiting the blue Earth below, shown with white clouds as stripes bel
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  • ...1: So why did we build this? There have ''got'' to be other ways to get to space. ...arently listening. Possibly a reference to the comic being released on {{w|International Talk Like a Pirate Day}}.
    59 KB (9,722 words) - 20:22, 27 July 2020
  • ...nter}} in Houston required many ground stations all around the Earth. Each station could provide a link for only a few minutes and there were still gaps betwe ...main controller at mission control, is planning the next check-in with the Space Shuttle (also called orbiter), which is set to occur at [
    5 KB (733 words) - 22:42, 28 March 2019
  • * A crippled space station falling from orbit. ...about Janeane Garofalo jumping a motorcycle off of the International Space Station as it crashes over an island with a volcanic eruption and Tyrannosaurus. An
    5 KB (932 words) - 22:04, 29 January 2020
  • ...3.8 billion light years. However, during that time {{w|Metric expansion of space|the universe has expanded}}, so the galaxies that formed from that spot whe | Holy crap lots of space
    26 KB (4,075 words) - 18:29, 15 January 2021
  • ...n Phobos, a moon of Mars, is so weak that you could launch a baseball into space simply by throwing it. ...ational_Space_Station|International Space Station}}, the {{w|Space shuttle|space shuttle}}, {{w|GPS satellite|GPS satellites}} and {{w|Geostationary orbit|g
    13 KB (2,131 words) - 18:30, 15 January 2021
  • ...dge, and then using that knowledge to go to {{w|Jupiter}} as part of a {{w|space program}}, working in cooperation with other men (another Cueball-like guy) ...s, a great deal of knowledge, and a motivation to seek out more knowledge. Space programs and going to Jupiter would require the cooperation of many differe
    6 KB (1,096 words) - 14:49, 9 February 2018
  • ...ernational Space Station}} (ISS) by winching the pole up so that the Space Station orbit leads it to fly into the net, therefore catching it. ...e station that he can catch must be ''the'' ISS. (As for non-international space stations, the only one in orbit at the time of the comic’s publication wa
    4 KB (636 words) - 13:20, 30 December 2020
  • :::To international affairs $15,980,000,000 ...position they would have according to the other states, but with plenty of space surrounding each group, forming a deform but recognizable shape of the US,
    121 KB (18,310 words) - 06:59, 31 July 2016
  • | titletext = With a space elevator, a backyard full of solar panels could launch about 500 horses per ...and the {{w|Low Earth orbit|low Earth orbit}} payload capacity of various space launch vehicles. Rather than using standard units of mass such as kilograms
    17 KB (2,633 words) - 14:42, 14 February 2018
  • | To international affairs || $15,980,000,000 | Clean energy, space, science, and tech R&D || $13,900,000,000 ||
    70 KB (6,585 words) - 17:54, 28 March 2020
  • *the shared space house (the International Space Station) *Shared space house ({{w|International Space Station}}) … 1
    22 KB (3,672 words) - 12:28, 17 January 2021
  • |International relationships are getting worse |The secret to infinite storage space
    448 KB (95,167 words) - 03:11, 19 August 2016
  • ...e Moon. The basic {{w|Apollo_program|engineering}} {{w|International Space Station|exists}}, but the comic blames financial pressures for it not yet having co
    6 KB (928 words) - 23:12, 4 November 2019
  • ...than the distance from Earth that their real size would hardly take up any space in the chart due to the {{w|Logarithmic scale|log-scale}}. The dots marking ...survey" refers to the {{w|Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer}} (WISE), a space telescope designed to look for warm objects such as brown dwarfs, which gen
    46 KB (8,180 words) - 09:59, 9 November 2020
  • ...normal sports") and how disastrous a crash would be. The punchline is that space {{w|rocket}}s travel so dangerously fast, and crashes are so utterly catast ...{w|International Space Station|ISS}} needs to match the speed of the space station which moves at 27,600 km/h. A rocket that needs to {{w|Escape velocity|esca
    5 KB (820 words) - 10:48, 30 October 2018
  • ...have two labels as there are two parts to the spacecrafts. Apart from the space-shuttle also the Cassini is spilt as the small Huygens lander is set a bit ...t below the payload it also the row with most horses as there are no empty space, just the extra separation between the central “squares" of 10 horses wid
    41 KB (7,661 words) - 22:21, 29 January 2017
  • ...front of the sun ([ example]). He has his camera with a long lens set up with :Cueball: ISS solar transit. From this spot, the space station should briefly line up with the sun.
    5 KB (752 words) - 15:08, 7 November 2020
  • ...etext = Most people don't realize it, but they actually launch a new space station every few weeks because this keeps happening. ...his camera in order to capture the transit of the {{w|International Space Station}} (ISS) across the {{w|Sun}}. The comic is also made in the same special wa
    5 KB (864 words) - 08:18, 2 September 2019
  • | titletext = IATA stands for International AirporT Abbreviation. ...Other codes make seemingly no sense at all (e.g., ORD for Chicago's O'Hare International, due to it formerly being named Orchard Field). In many cases, the airport
    18 KB (2,861 words) - 00:20, 18 January 2021

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