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Lots of discussion about the idea of a billionaire-backed venture setting up a million-dollar crowdfunding campaign for a "people's space telescope." What do you think? 
Long before it gets into asteroid mining, Planetary Resources plans to let its supporters use the company's first Arkyd-100 space telescope to make astronomical discoveries or just take orbital
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hey Alan...I tried space project crowdfunding via IndieGoGo...
the purpose...present TelecomsatG2 as the solution to Space Junk...
the response...apparently it takes a billionaire-backer to reach the public...
what better publicity could there be for the telescope than this?
now everyone knows all about it and we have something to write about...
http://spacesymbiosis.blogspot.com
howyadoin'?
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After the movie, after the YouTube video, now you can read the full story: 
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You thought the 2012 Maya apocalypse was a doozy? We could be dealing with the "Prophecy of the Popes" for a generation:
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Trying to keep track of quantum fluctuations in space, science, society and the search for meaning since 1954.
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