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better to go to Deimos than Mars.

It occurs to me that all discussion, of colonising Mars, has ignored the Moons of Mars.
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moons_of_Mars
The two moons both have extremely low gravity and it would be much easier to land on them. 240 more words

Things I'd Like To See

Wonder Woman Vol 2 #5

Release: June 1987
Writer: Len Wein
Pencils: George Pérez 948 more words
Diana

Wonder Woman Vol 2 #3

Release: April 1987
Writer: George Pérez
Pencils: George Pérez 1,192 more words
Steve Trevor

In 1872,  Percival Hall, Sr. was brought into the world today and became second president of Gallaudet College for 35 years starting in 1910; He was an alumnus for Harvard, Yale as well as Gallaudet College Normal School.

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Poetry: Moons of Mars

In the great tradition of finding inspiration in weird places, here is a poem inspired by a YouTube video. This video by Kurzgesagt to be precise (go ahead and watch it, it’s under two minutes long). 364 more words

Mostly Imaginary Things

Strange galaxy is made almost entirely of dark matter

Dragonfly 44 has the mass of our galaxy, but only a fraction of the stars.

A galaxy isn’t big just because it has many stars in it. 183 more words

Technology

I believe in moons


“Martian moons are Phobos and Deimos,

the latter translated as Panic,” I told you then.

It was mid-way through our junior year–our glory days.

I would leave you that very next week for California. 48 more words

Literary