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(My Fox NY)   NASA announces plans to get high on LSD, or something like that   (myfoxny.com) divider line 5
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2014-06-04 11:10:42 AM
You call that a "flying saucer"?
Controlled(barely) crashing is far from flying, very far.
 
2014-06-04 12:31:44 PM
Please; he's already had too much LDS.

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2014-06-04 12:32:53 PM
"The way the saucer launches is utterly unlike any other kind of NASA launch: a huge helium balloon carries the LDSD 120,000 feet up in the air and then releases it. Less than two seconds later, four small rockets fire to stabilize the saucer. Then a solid-fuel rocket ignites with 17,500 pounds of thrust, propelling the saucer to the edge of the stratosphere, according to NASA.
A fraction of a second after dropping from the balloon, and a few feet below it, four small rocket motors will fire to spin up and gyroscopically stabilize the saucer. A half second later, a Star 48B long-nozzle, solid-fueled rocket engine will kick in with"

That's some fine editing there, Lou.
 
2014-06-04 12:34:36 PM

SordidEuphemism: "The way the saucer launches is utterly unlike any other kind of NASA launch: a huge helium balloon carries the LDSD 120,000 feet up in the air and then releases it. Less than two seconds later, four small rockets fire to stabilize the saucer. Then a solid-fuel rocket ignites with 17,500 pounds of thrust, propelling the saucer to the edge of the stratosphere, according to NASA.
A fraction of a second after dropping from the balloon, and a few feet below it, four small rocket motors will fire to spin up and gyroscopically stabilize the saucer. A half second later, a Star 48B long-nozzle, solid-fueled rocket engine will kick in with"

That's some fine editing there, Lou.


All of us make grammatical sometimes.
 
2014-06-04 12:46:06 PM
Space Trippin'
 
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