Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Shithead, Jul 20, 2014.
Sure, right. we landed on the Moon in 1969. 1969 ? We can't pull it off now.
45 years ago today Pelican was getting beaten up at Roosvelt.
Because it's more important to get people on the dole in the name of votes
And rightfully so..
No reason to.
Mars is next destination.
That's why we have a rover there now.
Although with the budget being what it is I doubt we will get there anytime soon.
Now NASA's a fucking Muslim outreach program. That organization used to be about setting seemingly impossible goals and, with the nation's backing, reaching them. I really believe the mothballing of NASA was intentional to further beat down the American spirit.
This is the reason all of us vote, republican, democrat, liberal, conservative, to get on one kind of dole or another.
Greatest Onion story of all time!
Oh, and thanks for making this Wig related...
Well this thread really turned into a Negative Nancy
Yes, but nobody had free cell phones. It was a backwards time. We've "evolved.".
We're number 2 ! We're number 2 !
Who took the Pictures Robin ?
That Saturn rocket was a very impressive taxi
The Saturn V rocket was 111 meters (363 feet) tall, about the height of a 36-story-tall building, and 18 meters (60 feet) taller than the Statue of Liberty. Fully fueled for liftoff, the Saturn V weighed 2.8 million kilograms (6.2 million pounds), the weight of about 400 elephants. The rocket generated 34.5 million newtons (7.6 million pounds) of thrust at launch, creating more power than 85 Hoover Dams. A car that gets 48 kilometers (30 miles) to the gallon could drive around the world around 800 times with the amount of fuel the Saturn V used for a lunar landing mission. It could launch about 118,000 kilograms (130 tons) into Earth orbit. That's about as much weight as 10 school buses. The Saturn V could launch about 43,500 kilograms (50 tons) to the moon. That's about the same as four school buses.
Beth said we could save a lot of kittens with that money, Robin
Nowadays four school buses weigh closer to 100 tons when you account for the fatter 2014 children.