Unless something comes along which he couldn't do at Apple.
Looks like a drone with a guy standing on top. It must chew through LiPo batteries.
I bought a cheap tablet for 35 AUD from officeworks. The normal price was 45 AUD but this device was pink (for kids) and had been returned. I took it home, and when I experimented with the gallery I found selfies taken by a child. I ran the factory reset but the pictures were still there so I just deleted the photos.
He was quite well regarded by Clarke and Heinlein, but definitiely not in the same rank as them when it came to writing. He could churn out money making words though.
The book was good
Any idea who wrote it?
Actually I would argue that when we say that part of the Earth (like the ocean) is flat, we mean that it follows the shape of the WGS84 oblate spheroid, whereas an area the size of Kansas which was geometrically flat would look to us like a bowl, with its centre lower in gravitational terms than its perimeter.
The Earth is not flat therefore Kansas is not flat.
Not sure what OP is on about.
Machinery doesn't need life support. Thats the challenge. Try operating a machine like Opportunity on a planet like Venus or Earth for ten years. That would be very difficult.
Well we're all fucked then.
Or define a common XML schema and don't include a tag to execute arbitrary code.
Most of Pluto is going to be ice. Is the cap solid Nitrogen?
Must be now.
The falcon can't throttle down enough to hover before landing so it has to approach the pad at high speed, and high acceleration. While doing this it has to rotate the entire vehicle to control lateral movement. It has to coordinate lateral and vertical acceleration to achieve near zero in all three axes at touchdown, with only one chance to get it right.
I doubt this can be done without extra thrusters for fine control over velocity and position.