An anonymous reader writes "I've been working at a large company since I got out of college, so I didn't have to give much thought to getting my own healthcare plan. Now I'm thinking about leaving the corporate world and starting out on my own. I have a family now, so I need to make sure we're going to be covered should anything happen. Researching online turns up horror stories of people trying to get individual healthcare plans, or getting denied coverage on plans they thought they had. Does anyone else have experience going through this and what you've had to deal with, or am I making too big a deal of it?"
I was under the impression that if you're launching something into space you want to be as near to the equator as possible, as you get a boost from the rotation of the earth. Why launch rockets from somewhere so far north?
Bump all those strings up by one, google has it already lol.