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  • Whoa! How cool would that be!!? I tried to look it up, but after waiting 5 minutes for the page to load I gave up on it. Maybe after my payment goes in I'll be able to load pages faster. I'll try to look it up again then. I'm guessing you don't think it's possible?
    • Anoname
      Not sure if it can be done. Maybe.
    • Linda Joy
      I'm hopeful.
  • That'd be awesome. But I don't expect to see advances like that in my lifetime. We made a "giant leap" in the 60's. But since then...we used a low orbit bus to 'shuttle' military satellites into place, and allegedly went to Pluto, and that's it. In almost 50 years!!! (And...I want to believe we really did go to Pluto, but that image of Disney's PLUTO character on it made me think "Oh, come on!" (it was kind of like seeing the Red Sox win finally. Too easy, too convenient, too....too. Tell ya what: we went to Pluto yes, photographed it, yes. But..we also fudged the photos for effect. *shrug* Maybe. They should NEVER have downgraded it from planet status. My faith in anything has never recovered. It's like learning the alphabet as a kid, only to be told as an adult "only kidding!" That's not the alphabet, sucker! HA!
    • Anoname
      NASA keeps making announcements like finding a planet made entirely of diamonds and things like that for far far off galaxies,yet... An ameature scientist discovered a new moon around Pluto last year. NASA didn't see it. If they can't even see what's in their own backyard I have doubts about their other "discoveries." Leave it to the ameatures.
  • I have hope!
    • Anoname
      So we can boldy go out there.
    • Linda Joy
      When everything checks out maybe.

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