Spaaaaace

(Swiped from @mspie500, thanks!)

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After Failed Tests, Launch of NASA’s Megarocket Won’t Happen Until at Least August

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“kinetic launch system”

Coming soon to Las Vegas as an amusement park ride.

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Well, glad the rich will get to do cool shit while the rest of us live in an increasingly intolerable hellscape…

annoyed jennifer lawrence GIF

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We hoped for:

We will get:

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Colin Jost Shrug GIF by Saturday Night Live

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In the end, we’ll have something like this, burning all the way down to the Earth.

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A few signs point to the U.S. NSF and EHT planning to reveal an image of our local black hole. For one, the event says that the groundbreaking results pertain to the “center of our galaxy.” The announcement may not talk about a black hole in particular, but one of the links on the page is “Exploring Black Holes | Beta site for NSF - National Science Foundation” — implying that this could really be it. If that proves true, we may be mere days away from seeing Sagittarius A* for the first time.

This seemingly unprecedented announcement will take place on May 12, 2022, starting at 9 a.m. EDT. Although this is an in-person event, it will also be streamed live at the link above, as well as on the official Facebook page for the U.S. National Science Foundation. During the event, multiple experts will be speaking, including research scientists, astrophysicists, and professors from some of the most prominent organizations in the country, such as the NSF itself, MIT, Harvard, Caltech, and the University of Arizona.

Read More: The US National Science Foundation Has 'Groundbreaking' News About The Milky Way

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AFAIK nobody has ever built a rotating wheel space station.

Reminds me of this:

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