I read somewhere (can't remember when or the source) that the plan was to send the first recovered core to NM for more flight testing, and to do a full tear-down of the second recovered core.
Sounds like a great plan, except that
$1180 @ 2.5% = $300,000 house
$1180 @ 14% = $100,000 house
There is this called paying cash.
Kinda gets around the who debt thing.
80s landline quality is a vast improvement over every cell phone I've talked on in the past 20 years.
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Science may not be dogmatic, but scientists sure are.
Old scientists don't change their minds; they just die off. You can even still find a few (respected in their day) cosmologists who endorse Steady State Theory if you look hard enough.
I think a better measure here is extinction at the genus level. Genuses are more likely to have fossil records and we can speak of the relative decline of the number of genuses in a proposed extinction event.
Exactly. Mass extinctions are measured by the % loss of genera, not a species count.
(Along those same lines, very few people can name more than one dinosaur species, but they can name several genera.)
Minor point, but it's worth noting both the Florida launch pad (LC-40) and landing site (LC-13) are at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (USAF), which is adjacent to but distinct from KSC (NASA).
They are planning on launching the Falcon Heavy from KSC, but they have a lot of work to do before that happens.
The first part of the ISS was launched in 1998, and orbital parameters were set long before that. Boris was president, not Vlad.
More on this: http://www.nature.com/news/201...
If that hypotheses is true - then the "other side" of the big bang theory isn't a mystery - it's a black hole in another universe created by a supermassive star collapsing under it's own gravity.
So... Turtles all the way down, then
They probably just assume no one reads TFA anyway....
If at first you don't succeed, you are running about average.