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(   Finally, fresh coffee in space, but at what cost? Tim Horton's to open coffee shop on International Space Station   ( divider line
    More: Satire, International Space Station, remote camera, Ned Stark  
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2013-05-05 09:33:16 AM  
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Satire and snark the article may be.  However I'll be cheering when it happens for real as it'll mean our cost to orbit has fallen so far through the floor that their is now regular freight being carried between a much much large space station (where people live and work, not just specialists in the field) and sufficient people in orbit (and freight costs so low) for them to be profitable.

And sooner or later (later, much much later) it'll happen.
2013-05-05 09:17:45 AM  
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TIm Horton's is terrible.

Coffee?  Sucks
Donuts?  Premade, frozen, flavorless

Why is this place big in Canada, again?
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