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HI,paints drying,so whats this photo of.....its american,its space related?

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cheers Don

HI,ive had to revisit this one,as its posted on some space modelling website mostly american?.....i know what it is? the clue was in the first sentence,/words ,well paints drying.........im just trying to elicite some conversation?,sorry im not being serious?????????

cheers Don

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HI,paints drying,so whats this photo of.....its american,its space related?

x2_zps02c31cd1.jpg

cheers Don

"Blasting craters for a new section of the Cinder Lakes outside Flagstaff, Ariz. (July 1968). USGS Astrogeology constructed a mockup of a section of the moon’s Sea of Tranquillity in a cinder field to aid with training and time-and-motion studies."

USGS Astrogeology Science Center image

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hi,right im off too bed,but whats this? its space related,its not american.

Looks like some sort of a strap lock to me, like the D-rings in motorcycle helmets

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Damn, I have seen that somewhere before but can't think what it is, Russian and something to do with Sputnik possibly. I will get back to you.

I got the lunar crater one though, far too easy.

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Don, have you seen my post about a natural nuclear explosion on Mars?

There are a lot of rubbish, sensationalist articles on the web about it but here is a more sober and scientific account:

http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2011/pdf/1097.pdf

I'm not sure about it happening 3 billion years ago, the natural nuclear reactors on Earth operated about 2 billion years ago so I would expect this to have happened around this sort of time frame. The "at least 180 million years ago" mentioned in the paper sounds much too recent to me.

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Nigel Heath, on 04 Oct 2013 - 1:53 PM, said:snapback.png

Cuddly toy T Rex. Easy.

hi nige ,,,its a good answer,but its not right?

Well, I think my answer was correct, it may be a generic dinosaur but it is clearly modelled after a T Rex.

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Well, I think my answer was correct, it may be a generic dinosaur but it is clearly modelled after a T Rex.

Hi nige,well in a way your totally correct but,your just being pedantic now,iwas thinking more of a dino,in a space context,as its a real space thread,buti should of made that,or the picture clearer

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cheers Don

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HI PIN, WELL IM GOING TO FIND SOMETHING ELSE TO POST,MIGHT HAVE TO GO FOR SOME OLDER STUFF?COS YOUR ALL TOO GOOD...

CHEERS DON

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