An update on the effort to bring Kepler back to life.


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An update on the effort to bring Kepler back to life.

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  • joe

    when we as a civilization want to travel in space and operate very expensive machinery in that environment, would it not make sense to be able to maneuver in space to a much higher degree than we do now, I am not talking about a space walk tethered to the space station, but actually flying to the non operable satellite and doing in situational repair like replacing/troubleshooting said reaction wheels, when are we going to be ready for this?

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