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« La plus neuve et la moins chère des voitures de collection » / « Un concept-car produit en très petite série » / « Un Coupéspace ! »

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Pour la 7 places, on a fait simple, on a pris la grande sœur de l'Avantime : la Renault Espace. Quand à cette 7e place, elle est pour toi... à condition que tu viennes avant l'arrivée d'un nouveau bébé !
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That historic moment is coming again... Hopefully for good!
 
Just Read the Instructions now on location in the Atlantic in advance of tomorrow's launch, targeted for 4:33pm ET. Since our last landing attempt, the drone ship has been upgraded to tolerate more powerful ocean swells, however weather at the landing site is looking significantly better this time.
 
After Dragon and Falcon 9’s second stage are on their way to orbit, the first stage will execute a controlled reentry through Earth’s atmosphere, targeting touchdown on an autonomous spaceport drone ship approximately nine minutes after launch.
 
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+European Space Agency, ESA's Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle  #IXV  is in space and will, in the next hour, test advanced re-entry techniques with it's unique lifting-body shape + aerodynamic flippers.

http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Launchers/IXV/Watch_IXV_launch
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3D printer prints parts with embedded circuits

This is really cool and truly expands the conceptual limits of what can be done with 3D printing. 
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" Rocket made it to drone spaceport ship, but landed hard. Close, but no cigar this time. Bodes well for the future tho. "
“Rocket made it to drone spaceport ship, but landed hard. Close, but no cigar this time. Bodes well for the future tho.”
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" Didn't get good landing/impact video. Pitch dark and foggy. Will piece it together from telemetry and ... actual pieces. "
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Another +European Space Agency, ESA ambitious plan!
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Philae Attempts Comet Nucleus Landing
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Today humanity will make its first attempt to land a probe on the nucleus of a comet. As the day progresses, the Philae (fee-LAY) lander will separate from the Rosetta spacecraft and head down to the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. Since the texture of the comet's surface is unknown and its surface gravity is surely low, Philae will then attempt to harpoon itself down, something that has never been done before. Featured here is an artist's illustration of dishwasher-sized Philae as it might look on Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko's surface, along with explanation balloons detailing onboard scientific instruments. Many people on a blue planet across the Solar System will be eagerly awaiting news and updates. Whether Philae actually lands, whether it lands on a smooth patch, whether the harpoons take hold, and how far the robotic lander sinks into the surface should all become known as events unfold today.
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Almost there!

Elon Musk : « Looks like Falcon landed fine, but excess lateral velocity caused it to tip over post landing » https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/588082574183903232
 
PHOTO: Falcon 9 first stage approaches Just Read the Instructions.
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That, or sea sickness...
Anyway, third time should be a charm!
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A great summary on why that topic should excite/inspire/concern/worry us all.

 Singularity is coming!
The topic everyone in the world should be talking about.
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Well the space usage fits the graph usage quite well metaphorically - as both as discontinuity's following something going "of the scale" towards infinity. Be it density of mater (and thus space curvature) or development of tech.
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" SpaceX attempted to land the first stage on an autonomous spaceport drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean after stage separation. While the rocket made it to the drone ship, it landed hard.

Unfortunately we weren’t able to get good landing video because of the dark and fog, but we are in the process of evaluating invaluable telemetry data which will inform future attempts. "

Almost!
In the early morning hours of Saturday, January 10, 2015, Falcon 9 and Dragon began their fifth commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station for NASA.
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Background blogpost on +SpaceX's attempt to land Falcon 9 rocket on a station-keeping drone ship in the Atlantic:
During our next flight, SpaceX will attempt the precision landing of a Falcon 9 first stage for the first time, on a custom-built ocean platform known as the autonomous spaceport drone ship. While SpaceX has already demonstrated two successful soft water landings, executing a precision landing on an unanchored ocean platform is significantly more challenging. The odds of success are not great—perhaps 50% at best. However this test represents the ...
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Aborted. Next attempt: Friday Saturday
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History in the making!

Imagine it all goes well... Tomorrow could be the day when it all started...
 
Drone spaceport ship heads to its hold position in the Atlantic to prepare for a rocket landing
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Public Information Officer - Wave Protocol and Android OS fan - Space Exploration enthusiast
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French Webastronaut, I co-op to various blogs, websites, waves, wikis and forums, mostly about: 

• Space Exploration 
• Google Wave and Apache Wave 
• Android OS and Apps 
• Sciences 
• Biology 
• Aerospace and Defense Industry...

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Multimédianaute passionné par l'exploration spatiale, le protocole Wave et la plateforme mobile Android. Contributeur francophone et anglophone sur de nombreux blogs, waves, wikis et forums consacrés aux armées, à l'exploration spatiale et aux nouvelles technologies.

Officier Communication et Information dans un régiment parachutiste de l'Armée de Terre française. Ouvert au retour à la "vie civile" : Chargé de Communication / Attaché de Presse / Community Manager / webmaster et infographiste amateur.

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► I co-founded the Wave-Watchers and Wave-France communities. ► I've been the communication adviser of the Military Representative of France in Afghanistan.
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