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Eric Wilhite 24 Apr 17
is an orbiter possible?
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Andrew Symes 24 Apr 17
Replying to @AlanStern
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Dales_Starman(Chris) 24 Apr 17
Replying to @AlanStern
The other "side" hopefully ;-)
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Dales_Starman(Chris) 24 Apr 17
Might be hard slowing it down :-/
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Eric Wilhite 24 Apr 17
oh for sure, but not impossible. Wondering if it's feasible. If it takes 50 years to get an orbiter there, then theres no point, right?
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Fraser Cain 24 Apr 17
Replying to @AlanStern
Exciting, but shouldn't it be , , or ?
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Dales_Starman(Chris) 24 Apr 17
Not for "our" generation 2C results but4 future ones.. I like you would B interested if possible..
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Ailyn Marie 24 Apr 17
Replying to @AlanStern
So exciting !!!
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Jack 24 Apr 17
Replying to @fcain @AlanStern
I want a double lander. One lands on the plains and one in the mountains.
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Sunnlife 24 Apr 17
Replying to @fcain @AlanStern
Plutorover !!!!!
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Paul Scott Anderson 24 Apr 17
In response to a question on Facebook, he says it's an orbiter. 😊👍
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Eric Wilhite 24 Apr 17
Very cool!
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David Blanchflower BSc 24 Apr 17
I like the idea of a Pluto Drone. Going where no probe has gone before.
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Jack 24 Apr 17
where do I sign?
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Stephen Daniel 24 Apr 17
Replying to @AlanStern
orbiter or lander
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Alan Stern 24 Apr 17
Replying to @Sherlock_NZ
Orbiter.
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Anthropocene citizen 24 Apr 17
Lander!!! With Melt-Probe!!!
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Anthropocene citizen 24 Apr 17
Maybe come at Styx from an angle and hit Styx with grappling hook. Swing around it and fling into orbit.
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Anthropocene citizen 24 Apr 17
At least, that's how it worked, when I thought about it, in Cartoon form...with screeching car wheel sound effects.
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