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ROBERT

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Pluto mission time capsule
« on: 09/02/2006 15:45:13 »
""The Planetary Society, in conjunction with the New Horizons mission, invites children and adults around the world to send a message to future Earth -- a New Horizons Digital Time Capsule from those who launched the mission to the inhabitants of Earth who receive its results nearly a decade later.

The New Horizons Digital Time Capsule will consist of photographs of things in 2006 that people expect will be transformed by 2015. How will life on our planet have changed in those intervening years?""
http://planetary.org/explore/topics/time_capsule/


 

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Re: Pluto mission time capsule
« Reply #1 on: 14/02/2006 14:30:24 »
YEp bad idea


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Re: Pluto mission time capsule
« Reply #2 on: 14/02/2006 16:49:27 »
10years? what's the use if they would do this over a period of let's say 1000years i would like the idea
 

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