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British "space shuttle"; NASA Hearts Virgin Galactic...

by shawnlin / February 22, 2007 9:20 PM PST

This is really cool ? Tech Gear created a ?space shuttle? out of an old car. It?s looks and proposed functions are similar to the NASA space shuttle system ? but obviously, far reduced in both categories. Please, for the love of the ultimate power of your choice ? don?t try this at home! Happy

Amateur space shuttle launch, etc.:



Also ? NASA and Virgin Galactic (Sir Richard Branson?s new spaceline company) have an agreement ?to explore the potential for collaborations on the development of space suits, heat shields for spaceships, hybrid rocket motors and hypersonic vehicles capable of traveling five or more times the speed of sound.

The memorandum is only a framework to explore potential collaborations. It does not include training of NASA astronauts, an agreement to buy seats on a Virgin Galactic flight, or provision of technical advice by NASA to Virgin Galactic. ?

NASA Hearts Virgin Galactic:

Wow, it?s kinda like that note you?d give a love interest?in 3rd grade:

NASA, I?d like doing stuff with you?do you like me? Check one below:

____ YES!

____ no

____ Maybe ;o)


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by aribeiro2 / February 23, 2007 7:08 AM PST

too bad they didn't make it!

i think about doing it since a child!
if i get billionaire, i'll manage to make a better one than Mr Allen's!

i'll do it by going to china and asking everyone for a dollar...

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(NT) (NT) Who says everyone in China has a dollar to give?
by udayan71 / February 23, 2007 9:08 AM PST
In reply to: noooo
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by aribeiro2 / February 23, 2007 1:01 PM PST

i say!

you know... my mouse is "made in china", my keyboard is "made in china", my rechargeable batteries are "made in china"... probably my joypad and joystick are made in china too (same trademark as my mouse and keyboard), the only thing i'm sure that is brazilian, is my cell phone... at least it was assembled here!

ok, yeah, you had me
is there anything that is really "made in china"?
they give probably give 90% of the money to a place elsewhere, in North America... hehe

today the brazilian main tv channel (which more than 50% of national spectators watching in the 5th biggest and 5th most populous country)
broadcasted a china documentary, and they said 120 million chinese live(s) in caves!
in a country with enough technology to send a man to space...
they should focus their technology somewhere else Silly

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