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Boeing slams the Falcon Heavy rocket as “too small” – Ars Technica

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Boeing slams the Falcon Heavy rocket as “too small”
Ars Technica
Recently, Boeing created a website called “Watch US Fly” to promote its aerospace industry—a grab bag of everything from Chinese tariffs to President Trump’s visit to the company’s facilities in St. Louis. Among the most intriguing sections is one
Culberson urges NASA contractors to press forwardHouston Chronicle

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Boeing slams the Falcon Heavy rocket as “too small” – Ars Technica

30 April, 2018 Sci/Tech - Google News 0

Ars Technica

Boeing slams the Falcon Heavy rocket as “too small”
Ars Technica
Recently, Boeing created a website called “Watch US Fly” to promote its aerospace industry—a grab bag of everything from Chinese tariffs to President Trump’s visit to the company’s facilities in St. Louis. Among the most intriguing sections is one
Culberson urges NASA contractors to press forwardHouston Chronicle

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Boeing slams the Falcon Heavy rocket as “too small” – Ars Technica

30 April, 2018 Sci/Tech - Google News 0

Ars Technica

Boeing slams the Falcon Heavy rocket as “too small”
Ars Technica
Recently, Boeing created a website called “Watch US Fly” to promote its aerospace industry—a grab bag of everything from Chinese tariffs to President Trump’s visit to the company’s facilities in St. Louis. Among the most intriguing sections is one
Culberson urges NASA contractors to press forwardHouston Chronicle

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This ocean path will take you on the longest straight-line journey on Earth – Science Magazine

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Science Magazine

This ocean path will take you on the longest straight-line journey on Earth
Science Magazine
If you want to go on the longest boat ride in the world, but you don’t have a rudder, what route would you take? Five years ago, a reddit user proposed that traveling overseas from southern Pakistan to northeastern Russia would yield a trip of 32,090.3

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