they have at least given quite a bit of notice (of the shutdown date, not the intention) and allowed bulk export of your data. But yes, how hard would it be to at least give a minimum warning garantee?
Because of environment hardening and reliability, space tech is frequently behind commercial tech.
Or, as firefox says, why not both?
At this point I'm pretty much running an entire emulated version of old-sane firefox as extensions to current firefox. Lightweight!
We also only use two digits after the decimal marker, even when the backwards comma is used.
cost to lift is political
We went as cheap as possible, and I'd heard ESA won't use radioactives anyway.
to be fair, the no RTG thing is political.
and we assume people won't just overlap on whim.
Offline copy of wikipedia. Tested working compiler, libraries, documentation for such. Other stuff to do.
of course, it can only show you what facebook allows you to see. There is still a level of filtering before the browser gets to order things.
Do you have the dates backwards, or is this another 'quantum' thing?
Oh yes, and in the passive case, have a look at this GPS analysis to detect snow depth. http://xenon.colorado.edu/pres...
well yeah, it's been 50 years. With today's technology we can easily go back and fake the landing sites on the moon directly. Since we won the spacerace by faking out the russians.
Ah yes. It's called RADAR, specifically a http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S...