And it shows.
https://twitter.com/jasminetri... Since you asked... (Warning: Florida)
If it was me designing this (and I have no idea what I'm doing) I would try to use nitrogen, mostly on grounds of it's not very reactive and you have a lot of it around anyway (the ISS mimics earth atmosphere).
Has been around for at least a year. I can get an Android 4.1 phone on dhgate for $25, I just have to buy ten of them.
You can try this in KSP with the Ferram Aerospace mod installed (it adds a much more realistic aerodynamic model). I've just given up on it after three attempts, but maybe it's doable...
... Actually, just have Scott Manley pilot the landing!
So, a large jeep carrier? That's not a bad idea actually. If I was in charge of the design I'd do a floating airstrip/refueling barge that can handle heavy aircraft and otherwise just mostly sits there. Just park an AEGIS cruiser next to it for command-and-control. You can even tow it in place in sections, and put it together on arrival.
As someone who has done work on small metal ships, I have to note that the manpower required to take one apart is (a) more than the manpower required to build one, (2) enormous either way.
Now let's see who gets mad at the lettering/numbering.
Does this involve Sting having a knife fight in a space loincloth? Because it should.
All I can say is "try it". I'll be happy to send you one free, if you don't like it send it back, if you do like it, I trust you're a man of honor and will pay for it.
It does up to 3/16" acrylic and wood. I developed this specifically because I was sick of solid state cutters that didn't cut. Before you diss my work, try it - I'll send you one free if you want, pay when - not if - it works.
Mine doubles as a laser cutter. It takes up a small closet with the ancillaries (smoke detector, filament spools, old pc to run it etc.) and it's awesome if I need a gasket or a project box. http://www.f3.to/ if you want to see the laser cutter thing.
I did this, I still got charges $8 a month for renting their modem for 4 months... getting them to see the problem required initiating a video chat with the operator and physically showing them that the modem wasn't one of theirs. Took another month to get reimbursed.
Also known as wood
I'm Italian. It is assumed that since I am an engineer, I am not classically educated and therefore am looked down by other professionals (architects, notaries etc.)