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A beautiful thing today.



The last launch ever of Space Shuttle Discovery. Only three shuttle flights remain for the historic program!

NASA - A Countdown of Countdowns: The Space Shuttle's Finale

A great achievement for mankind and the USA, now the NASA program for space exploration is in jeopardy due to a bankrupt America and political infighting over funding the expensive project.

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Space travel is important.
Earth 'unrecognisable' by 2050: experts › News in Science (ABC Science)

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I just finished watching "The Space Shuttles Last Flight", a BBC documentary. There were parts that were just so memorable.. and quite painful.. I'm sure you can imagine which parts...

But then there are other parts that are so proud to be an American, and at what we accomplished when we set our mind to it.

But it's over now. Now it is time for China, India and others to show us the next journey into deep space, it would seem.

I'm curious what everyone's thoughts are on this 30-year journey of the space shuttle program coming to an end.

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I seem to disagree with a lot of people that I would typically agree with on this issue.

Just in general though, I think NASA is actually one of those few things the government actually does well. Being in that field is probably a good platform for technological advancement that may one day save the world, or produce weapons that we could find useful.

But basically, I don't really have a strong opinion about it not being active for the moment. The country needs to get it's house in order financially. We've spent too much capital in creating this 'entitlement society,' and it is expensive. The space program could come back online once people start thinking like adults and get the budget in order.

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I mostly agree. What we'll see is more advancement in the private sector, often with commercial aspects (money) which later can fuel advancement for the government projects hopefully.

I just don't want to see China first to Mars for example...

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Depressing what happened to the space shuttle county:


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I kinda wish they would first put all the money into the biggest baddest space telescope that will let us see everything and then spend money on the rest of it. Man on Mars, woo hoo. I wanna see me some freakin aliens already.

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On June 14, SpaceX’s Grasshopper flew 325 m (1066 feet)–higher than Manhattan’s Chrysler Building–before smoothly landing back on the pad. For the first time in this test, Grasshopper made use of its full navigation sensor suite with the F9-R closed loop control flight algorithms to accomplish a precision landing. Most rockets are equipped with sensors to determine position, but these sensors are generally not accurate enough to accomplish the type of precision landing necessary with Grasshopper.

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I know a rocket scientist.

No really, my wife went to law school with his wife. He works at NASA Goddard, outside of Washington, DC and once (during the 90's) he gave me a tour. LOTSA cool hardware.

He was working on a project called The Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer

The whole point was to exactly time when X rays were coming in, and from that determine physical properties of spinning celestial objects.

From Wikipedia: "Observations from the Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer have been used as evidence for the existence of the frame-dragging effect predicted by the theory of general relativity. RXTE results have, as of late 2007, been used in more than 1400 scientific papers."

That's all cool, but what I liked was that during the tour the thing was still being built, so I got to to "kick the tires." If it had optics I would have had to don a clean suit, or more likely not allowed near it, but with an X ray satellite it was more like a very expensive car garage.

I think it's pretty neat that I got to touch something that is now in orbit over our heads. Well, for a while. When I looked at Wikipedia to get the info above, I saw that it ceased operations in 2012, and is expected to re-enter the earths atmosphere "between 2014 and 2023." I guess everything ends someday...

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Very impressive that they're attempting it having spent only $72mil. Let's just hope it doesn't fall apart on the way.

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utt oh, you're a Trekkie!

VGER - remember that episode in the movies,
carbon burning had obscurred the full name of Voyager, on the space craft panel

one of the better movies, early on in the theatre series of Star Trek,


what was it McCoy said to Spoke, as they left the sector?,
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utt oh, you're a Trekkie!

VGER - remember that episode in the movies,
carbon burning had obscurred the full name of Voyager, on the space craft panel

one of the better movies, early on in the theatre series of Star Trek,


what was it McCoy said to Spoke, as they left the sector?,
anybody remember?

Something about V'Ger having to deal with all new emotions as a 'baby'.
Spock replying 'yes, Vger will have to deal with them too'.

The underrated , very sci-fi 1st Start Trek movie. Star Trek the Motion Picture, (1977), directed by Robert Wise, (Yes, the "Sound of Music" 's director!) Paramount's response to "Star Wars". Disney has the "the Black Hole".

The main theme composed by Jerry Goldsmith (former Twilight Zone (some epsiodes, 1964-1968) and Planet of the Apes(1968), Tora Tora Tora, Papillion, other movies etc. composer ) , which Roddenberry later used for the main theme of The Next Generation.

Until J.J. Abrams' Trek's, it had the biggest budget of all the Star Trek movies, $40 million in 1977 dollars, considering the inflation, almost 5x "Star Wars"'s budget. Then they hired the guy who did the "Six Million Dollar Man" and other TV shows to produce Star Trek 2: "The Wrath of Khan" at a much smaller budget. Then every movie after until Star Trek 10 "Nemesis" kept having shoestring crappy budgets.

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now if they (NASA - I worked there once) would just take a similar photo of one of the previous landing sites from the Apollo missions and prove there's a flag left, or a rover stand or the LEM lower platform,


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now if they (NASA - I worked there once) would just take a similar photo of one of the previous landing sites from the Apollo missions and prove there's a flag left, or a rover stand or the LEM lower platform,


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I just finished watching "The Space Shuttles Last Flight", a BBC documentary. There were parts that were just so memorable.. and quite painful.. I'm sure you can imagine which parts...

But then there are other parts that are so proud to be an American, and at what we accomplished when we set our mind to it.

But it's over now. Now it is time for China, India and others to show us the next journey into deep space, it would seem.

I'm curious what everyone's thoughts are on this 30-year journey of the space shuttle program coming to an end.

Mike

For me - I don't think this shows what Americans can achieve but what people can achieve.

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