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  1. richfororbit

    Updates Artemis

    The budget has less money, I haven't even checked this years budget, regardless, the next mission takes off when it does. Who was suppose to be building a landing craft? There is no budget for this at all? I read the NASA site daily, so the main missions I checked out are just the Mars rovers...
  2. richfororbit

    Updates Artemis

    I'm sure of it. I doubt the program will face any shortage of money. America may not have a strong lead in certain areas, but the space program is vital, to power and the economy. I don't particularly like this road, but in order to make some progress, I can't imagine just the private...
  3. richfororbit

    Updates Artemis

    The American government is committed to the program, what ever may happen. Strategic reasons is pushing this.
  4. richfororbit

    Updates Artemis

    The artemis mission with the current crew was suppose to be this year, I wasn't aware that had changed until a few months back. Artemis three was a landing somewhere on the moon using a company to build one, and what ever that involved. Beyond that, I don't think there was much going, simply...
  5. richfororbit

    The pentagon videos Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

    While having search Grusch a few times on bing. The italian UFO crash back in 1933, is speculated to be that of the Nazi bell an experimental vehicle built by the reich's engineers who were wondering on how to get to orbit. Apparently, anybody who got to close it, would cause serious injury...
  6. richfororbit

    Dart mission Asteroid could crash into Mars centuries from now or thousands of years Times radio

    Hehe The guy was wrong on population, more than eight billion plus on the planet at the moment. Not six billion. Yeah, real groovy.:whistle:
  7. richfororbit

    Times radio professor Grayling on the moon

    I thought it was worth posting, like the helium three discussion, owning the moon and explorting, and resources, still sometime off. Not scientific info on the moon. Mainly a political academic view not a great lot spoken about it.
  8. richfororbit

    The pentagon videos Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

    I read this via a reddit topic. Nothing new. The second is pretty out of this world. The first point, may explain why Astronauts couldn't see anything. But other than that. The rest is his view based on others views.
  9. richfororbit

    The pentagon videos Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

    The House Oversight Committee members are set to undergo a classified briefing on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena in the days ahead. The Office of House Security, will be conducted by the Office of Inspector General of the Intelligence Community, Thomas A. Monheim.
  10. richfororbit

    The pentagon videos Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

    This episode from the series Enterprise aired in early 2003, was what jogged my memory on Grusch's testimony. While as far as I know, he never mentioned any details on crashed vehicles, this at least resonates with what he said. I read somewhere that a crashsed craft had an inside that was...
  11. richfororbit

    The pentagon videos Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

    The triangle video could've of been a drone. As for the fighter jet plane view, if there are four crew with two planes, couldn't there be cameras setup in the fighter jets to record all angles of these objects, as the former pilot mentioned. It could give clearer view of those objects seen like...
  12. richfororbit

    The pentagon videos Unidentified Aerial Phenomena

    I found this old thread, I thought may as well post the recent UAP congress clip. Those David Grusch, the fact that he claims non human could mean anything. And known for ninety years. Reminds me of the episode where the borg are found in the Arctic circle in Season 2 of Enterprise. Just...
  13. richfororbit

    Discussion Mars by NBC a landing by Astronauts by 2069(my guess)

    And the NBC correspondent doesn't think any Astronauts will be going to Mars by 2040. Using Nuclear will be the way to get there what ever decade. I gave this a watch, so the professor of Rochester University gives view That is decades away.
  14. richfororbit

    Updates Artemis Program Updates & Discussions

    What are you getting at exactly? The second mission is the orbit, and that crew selected will be the landing crew, I guess, so who would be after that crew? The gateway was part of this program. The south pole was where an outpost was considered. The landing site I think is there for Artemis 3.
  15. richfororbit

    Exo planet YZ Ceti b may have a magnetic field

    Apparently Trappist 1B which was already known too be too hot for any real atmophere, it can't be ruled out there isn't one. So the webb and the spitzer telescopes have determined this. Forty light years away. The trappist system has seven planets, and three out of the seven may be promising...
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    Exo planet YZ Ceti b may have a magnetic field

    https://edition.cnn.com/2023/04/04/world/exoplanet-radio-signal-scn/index.html
  17. richfororbit

    Will there be a mission to that dwarf planet sedna?

    The probes couldn't travel to Pluto. That is the point. They couldn't do anything without more thrust and fuel, and even then still need a power supply to keep transmitting. Otherwise, they could travel through the oort cloud and there in half the travel time in order to leave. Why three...
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    Will there be a mission to that dwarf planet sedna?

    Could be good for propulsion reasons. Testing out a new chemical engine that would take a probe there as its destination. And so on.
  19. richfororbit

    Will there be a mission to that dwarf planet sedna?

    I mean, as in NASA, I don't mean anything about Orbiter, I haven't used that program in a good several years now. Like with the example of Voyager, the only reason it is where it is, is because of the planets. So I'm using that example, that would a probe be sent out there anytime in the...
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