[FPSPACE] Tiangong-2 - MOL 2016?
jbcharle at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 20:17:44 EDT 2016
If one reads the article at the link, one really gets to read two
half-articles: one on Tangong-2 and another one on cold-atom
interferometry. But the writer did practically nothing to link the two,
except to lay some suggestive rabbit trails.
Apparently launching people into space and building a space station is not
complex enough to be interesting: there must be some science-fictiony
backstory to make it worthy of a reader's interest.
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 8:28 AM, LARRY KLAES <ljk4 at msn.com> wrote:
> China’s Manned Shenzhou XI Spaceship Blasted Off Today to Dock With
> Orbiting Science Lab --"A Step Towards Tracking Nuclear Submarines Via
> Gravitational Waves"
> Once a nuclear submarine entered a deep, massive ocean such as the
> Pacific, it used to be believed that it would remain undetectable until it
> surfaced. But a space-based submarine detection platform could locate it
> with unparalled precision.The two-man Shenzhou...
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