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(MSNBC)   NASA engineers test a sweet ride from the '60's   ( divider line
    More: Cool, NASA, NASA engineers, liquid oxygen, Space Agency, shuttle program, Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne, booster rockets, Neil Armstrong  
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2013-01-25 12:51:06 AM  
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FTFA: "This wouldn't be your daddy's F-1," Coates said. "We'd use new materials and try to simplify it, update it."

Why don't they get Boeing to do it? Sure, it might have a few glitches when they get it done, but it would save them some money and create a whole bunch of jobs for foreign workers.
2013-01-25 08:19:41 AM  
1 vote:

Cheron: let me know when they fire this one up Link

+1. We chickened out on having the star system explored by now and getting a city (a complete city) up to Mars in our lifetimes. Budget 5,000 life insurance policies and raffle 'em out to scaredy cats like a certain guy here on FARK, and let's get off this rock once and for all. We chickened out, all for the "sake" of 5,000 idiots who are all dead now anyway and who probably died of cancer anyway.

/medievalist arseholes
//I could be on Saturn
///My slashies could be on Uranus!
2013-01-25 08:02:14 AM  
1 vote:
Neil Armstrong and 2 other guys...

2013-01-25 04:24:08 AM  
1 vote:
They discovered it gets a shocking .0025 MPG.

Pretty good, for a '67 Mustang.
2013-01-25 04:04:31 AM  
1 vote:
It's the TARDIS, right?
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