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David SimsEssays

by David Sims ON 24 January 2017, Gen. Genesius Mugisha Junior (a Black man living in Fort Portal in western Uganda) asked me (since I write widely on such subjects): “Hello Mr.David? i would lyk to ask you a question.gravity is a force dat pulls objects towards the earth.what distance should a…
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Introduction by David Sims FIVE DAYS AGO, SpaceX flew a previously used Falcon-9 first stage with a second payload on top. It was the first time in history that any rocket-to-orbit first stage had been used for a second time. Mark it in your history books. SpaceX caught the descending first stage once…
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Following is the text of today’s SpaceX press release WE ARE EXCITED to announce that SpaceX has been approached to fly two private citizens on a trip around the moon late next year. They have already paid a significant deposit to do a moon mission. Like the Apollo astronauts before them, these…
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JEFF BEZOS’ (pictured) spaceflight company Blue Origin achieved a milestone in its goal of building reusable rocket boosters on Saturday, April 2, when it successfully launched its New Shepard rocket from West Texas, then landed it vertically for the third time. New Shepard attained an altitude…
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ELON MUSK’S Spacex Corporation has just released a short video showing dramatic footage of their Falcon 9 rocket successfully launching into orbit, deploying multiple satellites, and then its main section returning safely to Earth in December, ready — unlike previous launch vehicles…
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