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The space of bustle, busy and excitement

10/26/2007 8:55 PM

This space is not very quiet this year. Since this oct., look at these reports,

Russia sent their four satellites into the space by one rocket not long before. America launched their space shuttle to send scientists to space station again. Japan launched their craft to explore lunar and Chinese explore lunar satellite is on the way to the moon else at present. As well as Europe and other more rockets flighting to more remote distance planets …

What a busy, wonderful, excitement the scene is in the space.

It seems that it is a cake of dish to launch a rocket to the moon.

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10/26/2007 9:14 PM

Next time it may be Australia, brazil, India, Pak, North korea, Israel, south Africa, Iran' s turn …

Wow, there will look just like a firework open in the sky by the time when these crafts rise together into the space with their orange red color flame . Is it incredible?

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10/26/2007 9:39 PM

It much be incredible wonderful, beautiful scene when view our earth from the space. That's why lots of people hope to travel around it. An IT manager beautiful Iran American woman went to the wonderful space. Another IT, Gates' friend, WORD inventor traveled again after paying huge money as well. And … all is very rich people. Haha.

now their amerian send scientists to space station again with a woman as a leader, commander to meet another. Our space men have to be ordered by her. oh, great lady. not simple.

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10/28/2007 5:02 AM

Please don't get too high on your sparkling space dust cnpower, all this is just a prelude to war in space as we find new things to fight over. The current rush is to mine Helium-3 from the moon and all those nations you mentioned ....... they all just want a piece of the action http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helium_3. Deep down, man will always be the same crazy warmongering sons of bitches they've always been, whether down here or up there.

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10/28/2007 9:48 PM

I believe as well they are all indeed hopping to get the element of He3. Its really useful for human atomic energy power supply.

The war is terrible, but it can be avoided by man's will.

However, the peace is aim.

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10/30/2007 2:40 AM

But to be truth. Im really dont know how He3 useful to modern atomic energy power? it seeems more good than U235 238.

why so many in moon and less in our earth.

it might be a some god hid it in moon in the past to provent from trouble in earth?

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10/30/2007 5:25 AM

<why so many in moon and less in our earth>

It's to do with the solar wind.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helium_3

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10/30/2007 7:20 AM

oh, dear friend,

I cannt access to the web site since three years ago. occationally I can do, but most of time I cannt. I dont know why? May our isp deny this port.

I forget almost of my chemical knowledge but periodic table of elements and some reaction fomulars. I know its isotope of He and belongs inertia gas column

I hv to seek from search engine.

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10/31/2007 5:04 AM

<I cannt access to the web site since three years ago. occationally I can do, but most of time I cannt. I dont know why? May our isp deny this port.>

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10/31/2007 6:01 AM

Beijing will now be monitoring Dodmans level.

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10/31/2007 9:23 PM

haha, you are kidding.

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11/01/2007 5:08 AM

Fun is a very transportable commodity - it helps us all in communicating.

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11/01/2007 8:17 PM

no people dont like joke. it give man joy and pleasure.

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11/01/2007 8:23 PM

But some do. Dont despare I always say !

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10/31/2007 9:19 PM

It doesnt matter.

We get used to it. but most of science and tech web sites are open. we can access into.

I know this web site and when it started I had ever post several terms about x-ray etc. but later it maight has some politics speaking I was told, then we cannt access.

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11/01/2007 1:33 PM

And in addition to all those rockets, we have an exploding comet! It's in the constellation Perseus. Very easy to see, even without binoculars. Through my little telescope it's a marvelous sight!

Information, photos, etc. are at this URL: http://spaceweather.com/

(Sorry I couldn't embed the link - my browser freezes when I try.)

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11/01/2007 8:24 PM

when ? where?

I forget the positon of perseus? its angle? direction?

I hant obviewed austronomical phenomina for ages.

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11/02/2007 10:58 AM

The comet is visible all night long!

As soon as the sky is dark, go out and look to the northeast. First find Cassiopeia - a big "W" standing on end. From the lowest star in Cassiopeia, travel to the right and slightly down, and there's Perseus. The brightest star in Perseus is Mirfak. The comet is below Mirfak and slightly to the left, and is almost as bright as Mirfak.

To measure distances in the sky, you can use your hand, with your arm outstretched. Mirfak is almost two "fists" to the right of Cassiopeia, and the comet is about a "thumb" below Mirfak.

For maps and more help, go to this URL: http://spaceweather.com/

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11/02/2007 9:17 PM

Opposite it is Triones. we are guided by it in dark when at country.

But now in urban under lighting we cannt see nothing only but gray sky.

jDo you have a new star map and show me?

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11/05/2007 2:47 PM

Can you get to http://spaceweather.com on the internet? If so, they have star maps, photos, and a nice display showing the orbit. The comet is starting to show a tail. It is also getting farther from the sun, and seems dimmer to me, although I can still see it naked-eye.

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