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Are our servers ready for this? submitted by BustyChicksFTW to AskVoat

StarManta 0 points 29 points (+29|-0) ago

And because there is a non-zero chance that reddit will remove the whole thread to hide it.

The only winning move is not to play... submitted by kun to funny

StarManta 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

"I don't know how to play." "No one does!"

Our new solar system Family Portrait [credit NASA] submitted by ARCHA1C to space

StarManta 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

And if Pluto were in orbit around Earth, it would be considered a moon. The orbit in which a planetoid lies is an important part of its classification.

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Our new solar system Family Portrait [credit NASA] submitted by ARCHA1C to space

StarManta 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

And if Pluto were in orbit around Earth, it would be considered a moon. The orbit in which a planetoid lies is an important part of its classification.

Our new solar system Family Portrait [credit NASA] submitted by ARCHA1C to space

StarManta 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I suspect that anything Jupiter-sized would be clearing its orbit at any distance.

Ion thrusters and their use in a non-vacuum submitted by schneiderwm to space

StarManta 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Well, it would be more accurate to say that, in any situation where you would encounter an atmosphere, the thrust an ion engine provides is going to be utterly worthless. Both due to the resistance of the atmosphere itself, but also due to the gravity required to hold the atmosphere there in the first place.