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12:50 AM
@geoffc what does that mean?
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1:56 AM
Q: What's fixed in Ariel that is moving in other planet-hunting space telescopes?

uhohThe BBC News article UK will lead European exoplanet mission says: Steady platform And one aspect that would work in Ariel's favour is the absence of any moving parts in its build, commented Plato team-member Dr Don Pollaco from Warwick University, UK. "The issue with all of these p...

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4:18 AM
Q: Who asked this question first?

Muze1) Maximum height for a Mars Ballon? 2) How high could a weather balloon be used on Mars without rupturing? Where do I look for an exact timestamp? Which one of these balloons question on Mars came out first? Updated: I kept an eye on the questions and 2nd question day turned first to day 5 m...

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11:49 AM
@uhoh You said ping. The response to a ping is a pong.
Q: What fraction of my questions have accepted answers? How can I find out?

uhohI have a lot of questions here and a great majority have answers, and for a great majority of those an answer has been accepted. Is it possible for someone to figure out what fraction of my questions have accepted answers without going through the 44 pages of questions and counting? Is it then ...

12:08 PM
@geoffc oh, and so I did. I guess I must have assumed that it had timed out and removed it from my subconscious "watch queue".
No worries.
What were you thinkng of so many moons past?
well the ping was for letting you know that I"d posted a SpaceX question as a follow-up to your comment. What I've been thinking of day and night is probably how to feed the SE question-posting monkey on my back.
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4:55 PM
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6:07 PM
@PearsonArtPhoto Saw you on Everyday Astro's podcast. Any news to report? I have the audio off.
But, well, I try and hang out there sometimes:-)
Oh, we are about to hit Q # 10,000!
6:33 PM
Lots of cars leaving, some possible fuel vapor.
6:44 PM
10^4 questions now.
But the ID is like 35000 how does that happen? Each rev?
Each answer?
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8:02 PM
Venting from the rocket, so fueling I believe.
8:13 PM
Lots of venting. It is probably fueled, maybe fully.
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9:35 PM
But no fire today?
I like that he is doing it from his Model 3. :)
10:23 PM
@geoffc exactly. Your Q: space.stackexchange.com/q/35042/12102 and your A: space.stackexchange.com/a/35043/12102 are 35042 and 35043.
AH, thank you, there we go. Interesting 3.5 answers average then?

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