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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick retweeted
Analog Fiction&Fact Jan 21
Author returns to Analog with a new Open Source Space tale: "Hubble Rising." Check out his fascinating blog post on how fact is analogous to fiction and what that means for Analog fans and writers:
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 21
As an author...whatever works. Buy it. Chop it. Read it. Love it. Buy it again in hardback. There are e-readers now, however. ;-)
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 21
Replying to @alex_christofi
Well as an author...whatever works. Buy it. Chop it. Read it. Love it. Buy it again in hardback. There are e-readers now, however. ;-)
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 20
Good question. We were told it was to be used robotically, but also that is will also bulkier items into and out of the station (same as between modules). That later implies EVA interaction.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 20
The airlock (shown here with me) will greatly improve the ability to get bulky items in and out of the ISS when it flies this summer.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 20
We do the same in IT, only it's usually IP addresses or subnet masks.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 20
Live stream of today's Koch/Meir spacewalk. Having the right tools makes all the difference.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick retweeted
Lionel Page Jan 19
Amazing social behaviour of striped catfish, forming a creature like shape. Fish at the bottom graze, while those at the top are on the lookout.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 19
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
My fav, some might not consider "super", but: Katherine Janeway. Because she was a capable, intelligent, thoughtful leader under ethically trying conditions.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick retweeted
SpaceX Jan 19
Crew Dragon separating from Falcon 9 during today’s test, which verified the spacecraft’s ability to carry astronauts to safety in the unlikely event of an emergency on ascent
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 18
Replying to @snide_sally
A mortar and pestle that for some reason is made of stainless steel?
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 18
Replying to @AustonHab @Nanoracks
Yes. They won't fit in the airlock. ;-)
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 18
Thanks to the nice folks at for letting me see their new airlock on a Saturday. It'll mean a lot to science--and the democratization of space.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 16
As the young'ns learn Newton's Third Law of motion.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 16
I brought you chocolate. ;-)
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 16
Replying to @mmpadellan
In fairness, Perry's hair may actually have been on fire. He IS an idiot.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 16
"A solid issue for the 90th anniversary..."
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 15
Because it pisses them off. And we don't want that.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 15
Replying to @sallylepage
Tunepocket has a few, and are one of the few licensed stock audio sites with an affordable pay-as-you-go.
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Analog Scifi Magazine Regular, C. Stuart Hardwick Jan 11
Replying to @aphoebebarton
Good look!
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