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DimPrawn
16th March 2009, 08:01
I'm interviewing for some architects to help build the next space station to orbit around Mars on behalf of NASA.

If anyone has got some useful questions, I'd appreciate it.

TIA

ace00
16th March 2009, 08:17
I'm interviewing for some architects to help build the next space station to orbit around Mars on behalf of NASA.

If anyone has got some useful questions, I'd appreciate it.

TIA

?
Why not put it on Mars?

Churchill
16th March 2009, 08:17
I'm interviewing for some architects to help build the next space station to orbit around Mars on behalf of NASA.

If anyone has got some useful questions, I'd appreciate it.

TIA

"Were the pictures of the moon landing faked?"

thelace
16th March 2009, 08:45
Why did the men from mars remove the cardboard liner in bounty bars?

Snicker, snicker, snicker :)

ChimpMaster
16th March 2009, 08:52
How hard can it be?

10 Build Station
20 Goto Mars

KentPhilip
16th March 2009, 08:56
Why did the men from mars remove the cardboard liner in bounty bars?

Snicker, snicker, snicker :)

Why do M&S have strips of cardboard inside packets of underpants?

Ruprect
16th March 2009, 09:26
I'm interviewing for some architects to help build the next space station to orbit around Mars on behalf of NASA.

If anyone has got some useful questions, I'd appreciate it.

TIA

Do you measure distance in yards/miles or metres/kilometres?

AlfredJPruffock
16th March 2009, 09:30
What about the InterGalactic Laxative ?

I was impressed like everyone,
When man began to fly,
Out of earthly regions,
To planets in the sky.
With total media coverage,
We watched the heros land,
As ceremoniously
They disturbed the cosmic sand.


Oh, the intergalactic laxative,
Will get you from here to there.
Relieve you and believe me,
Without a worry or care.
If shitting is your problem,
When you're out there in the stars,
Oh, the intergalactic laxative
Will get you from here to Mars.



You may well ask now what becomes
Of liquid they consume.
A pipe is led from penis head
To a unit in the room.
The water is recirculated,
Filtered for re-use.
In case of anti-gravity -
Pee gets on the loose.


Wherever man has conquered,
On the quest for frontiers new,
(Da da da da)
I'm glad that he's always had to do
The number one and two.
It makes it all so ordinary,
Just like you and me,
To know the greatest heroes,
They had to shit and pee.


Oh, the intergalactic laxative,
The intergalactic laxative,
The intergalactic laxative,
Will get you from here to Mars.

Drewster
16th March 2009, 09:31
Thanks Alf - That bought back many memories of drunken Saturday evenings after a Rugby match........ Those were the days!

Gibbo - where are you now?

pmeswani
16th March 2009, 10:05
I'm interviewing for some architects to help build the next space station to orbit around Mars on behalf of NASA.

If anyone has got some useful questions, I'd appreciate it.

TIA

Q1. When was Red Dwarf Commissioned?
Q2. Is Star Trek based on reality or fiction?
Q3. What is Klingon for I wet myself?
Q4. Which Galaxy is Babylon 5 located in?
Q5. How many oxygen tanks would you need to build the Space Station?
Q6. Was Mars Attack real or fiction?

HTH

AlfredJPruffock
16th March 2009, 14:53
Talking of Space matters - just to let you know that 25 mins ago the Launch of the European Space Agencys's Satellite GEOC - an environmental satellite dedicated to mapping the Earths gravity launch was abandonded from Plesetsk Russia with only seven seconds remaining in the countdown sequence.

Full story here - http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7946480.stm

Churchill
16th March 2009, 15:25
Talking of Space matters - just to let you know that 25 mins ago the Launch of the European Space Agencys's Satellite GEOC - an environmental satellite dedicated to mapping the Earths gravity launch was abandonded from Plesetsk Russia with only seven seconds remaining in the countdown sequence.

Full story here - http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7946480.stm

Bloody Russians! :bang: :throw:

TimberWolf
16th March 2009, 15:33
Talking of Space matters - just to let you know that 25 mins ago the Launch of the European Space Agencys's Satellite GEOC - an environmental satellite dedicated to mapping the Earths gravity launch was abandonded from Plesetsk Russia with only seven seconds remaining in the countdown sequence.

Full story here - http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7946480.stm

Yawn. Happens in all the James Bond movies.

BrianSnail
16th March 2009, 15:43
Q3. What is Klingon for I wet myself?


:spel touch

lilelvis2000
16th March 2009, 16:17
Are earth girls easy?

AlfredJPruffock
17th March 2009, 14:40
Just to let you know the European Space Agecny gravity satellite GOCE was succesfully launched 20 minutes ago from the Russian Cosmodrome at Plesetsk.