Exactly. I was wondering what Teenage Mutant (ninja) Turtles had to do with telescopes.
Actually, I was thinking of both the 'Rings of Power' and electrical power, since it rains down 'charged' particles that affect the electron density of the ionosphere.
Wow, so they really are Rings of Power.
That didn't work for George Burns
The last version that I read about had them melting through the ice, instead of drilling. The probe would be hot enough to melt its way down, and leave just a wire for communications back to the surface, probably using a super hot radioactive component. It would be much lighter and easier to get there, if only they could get approval to make such a device.
From what I've read, it looks like they want it to look more and more like a Jellyfish. I wonder how they will keep it from getting eaten?
How would this result in less cars? People are going to still want their own, for convenience. The shared model may work for some, but that will be made up for by rich parents buying self-driving cars for their small children. Imagine not having to drive your kid to soccer practice, but have a car do it for you... Since there is no need for drivers licenses for those cars, there will be a lot of cars sold for children's use, which will more than make up for those that are using the shared cars.
Since Blue is the code name, I keep thinking about a hospital's 'Code Blue'. The patient has had a heart attack.
Oops, I had the age right in the subject, but wrong in the body. He will be in his late 70s when the trip takes place.
Dennis Tito was the first space tourist, and he will be in his late 80s when this trip takes place.
OlRickDawson writes " Space.com is reporting that Dennis TIto wants to be the first person to take a trip to Mars.The 501 day trip will take place in 2018, with no word as to the cost yet. The details will be released in a conference on February 27th."
Another reason is to cut down on the dust getting to the sheets for those of us who have allergies...
Hmm. I think I saw that on the Jetsons... I particularly liked the version that looked like a toaster.
Two hundred and seventy one different motherboards? Wouldn't that lead to market confusion?..... Oh Z71 Nevermind.
I thought that all of that was tracked in wikipaedia