[meteorite-list] 2003 UB313 Reignites a Planet-Sized Debate
From: Martin Altmann <altmann_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue Feb 7 21:05:56 2006
But Doug, you're irresponsible!
Can you imagine, what could happened if CIA is monitoring your mail?
Soon your president would announce a plan for a mission to Ceres
Before the Chinese will do so.
"...I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal,
before this decade is out, of landing a man on Ceres and returning him
safely to the Earth. No single space project in this period will be more
impressive to mankind, or more important in the long-range exploration of
space; and none will be so difficult or expensive to accomplish.
We choose to go to Ceres in this decade and do the other things, not because
they are easy, but because they are CRISPY!"
& the axis of knevil.
> Hola Sterling, List,
> All of this talk about planets is making me hungry. I am sure some
> rotating stars out there would be tasty pancakes too, and next time
> snow-cone comes by I think I'll have a scoop (please hold the aerogel).
> who has actually seen Ceres with their buff eye? Please tell me, names
> facts...especially if they are alive, I want to meet this Cererian
> and maybe see if a pinch of Kryptonite to taste in their diet ranks with
> Now, wasn't Ceres actually a distinctly Sicilian AND Neopolitan flavor
> it was first named? So I guess any Piazzi planet couldn't be a real
> and only if it were made of green cheese, could it even be a moon? I'd
> for a theoretically stringy basil mozzarella fabric with oregano, and
> it comfortably on Vesta, the national capital of the Asteroid
> where lots more wanderers are certainly visible than from the supposedly
> third rock. Yes, the visible from Earth criterion is precisely as foolish
> a geocentric theory for the Universe, in my opinion...
> Saludos, Doug
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