Hi Adam and List,
Contrary to your experience, I unsubscribed from
the list earlier this year and it took nearly two weeks for me to re-subscribe,
after three or four unreplied emails.
I know of another long time list member who had the
same problem with a longer time span, and this
Walter Branch wrote:
Hi Adam and List,
Contrary to your experience, I unsubscribed from the list earlier this
year and it took nearly two weeks for me to re-subscribe, after three
or four unreplied emails.
Hi Walter and list,
I just changed my email address a couple of days ago, but if
Hello Walter, Adam, and List,
I have just read with interest the recent emails
concerning problems with admissions to the list, and
would like to ask a few questions.
First, let me say that NO offense WHAT-SO-EVER is
meant toward Art or anyone! I have no knowledge at all
in regard to
The Dog topic lives...
Long live the dog.
--- Ron Baalke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
One of them fell on a dog at Denshal, leaving it
like ashes in the moment.
Why can't this be interpreted as the meteorite
fracturing into many
small fragments aka
I was admitted to the list a half hour ago.
That was twelve hours after my application.
MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR IMAGES
August 14-20, 2003
The following new images taken by the Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) on
the Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft are now available:
o Dust-Raising Event in Noachis (Released 14 August 2003)
Boeing EDD Awarded Electric Propulsion Contract for NASA Mission
Boeing News Release
August 18, 2003
ST. LOUIS - Boeing [NYSE:BA] has been awarded a contract by
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) to provide the electric propulsion
Scientists say `nannoballs' could be tiniest life form
BY ALEXANDRA WITZE
The Dallas Morning News
August 18, 2003
(KRT) - Nannobacteria could be the smallest living things on Earth, a Lilliputian
oddity worthy of listing in the
Hi List and dog lovers,
If that dog ever existed, does anyone know what kind of dog this would be. That is what breed of dog is common to Nakhla Egypt?
Steve Schoner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Oh, Oh...The "Dog" topic lives...Long live the dog.Steve Schoner/ams--- Ron Baalke <[EMAIL
Ion Engine Operation of Hayabusa
July 25, 2003
Launched on May 9, 2003, the asteroid explorer Hayabusa is now cruising
smoothly at a velocity of about 300,000km/day. In other words, the
communication delay to the explorer is increasing by
Europe's Moon mission to scan giant crater
August 18, 2003
Europe's first mission to the Moon is set to scrutinise the largest crater
in the Solar System, looking for a new type of Moon rock. It will also be on
European Space Agency
Science News Release SNR 13-2003
18 August 2003
ESA sees stardust storms heading for Solar System
Until ten years ago, most astronomers did not believe stardust could enter our
Solar System. Then ESA's Ulysses spaceprobe discovered minute
Hello, Ron and the list,
in Finland in the university of Kuopio Ph.D., M.D. Olavi Kajander
has made study with these beauties; "Stone Forming Unique Agents."
Some scientists belive, some dont...
Ron Baalke wrote:
(Phone: 202/358-1547) August 20, 2003
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.
NASA SEEKS PUBLIC SUGGESTIONS FOR MARS PHOTOS
Earth comes closer to Mars this month than it has in
Thanks. I will pass that along.
Walter Branch, Ph.D.
PO Box 60492
Savannah, GA 31420
- Original Message -
From: Dave Andrews [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Walter Branch [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I'm looking for aslice of Shirokovsky for sale.
Hello Everyone, First if you are part of the Meteorite Central mailing list, and my mailing list you are getting this twice. Please delete one. I haven't done a meteorite contest in a while and needa name for my current project so I thought. Why not do both together. So..welcome to Meteorite
How about something with Harlow in it, Harvey H's middle name?
Or Haagmunster, .His name was Diablo, Canyon Diablo...Wasn't
just Gibeon's bible. My name is Odessa, Odessa Texas, a proud texan
I can see I am having fun at your expense. My cartoon is
I believe that 'Ashes' in Arabic is 'Al-qali' meaning 'the thing that
was roasted' it would be interesting to read the original translation; I
bet it's been misinterpreted...
Here are some other possible interpretations from
the 'left like ashes' phrase when it gets translated from Arabic:
One of them fell on a dog at Denshal, leaving it like ashes in the moment.
Why can't this be interpreted as the meteorite fracturing into many
small fragments aka ashes as in a friable portion of what elsewhere
sank up a meter into the ground?
Why must this assume that the dog
Totally off-topic, but I cannot resist a shameless plug.
I am giving a talk at Flandrau Planetarium in Tucson, AZ for the limited
weeks of the Mars Opposition. It runs every Saturday night at 8:30 PM from
last week until September 27th. There will be special sessions on the night
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