SpaceX’s unsuccessful fairing recovery attempt, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, and the Great Firewall of China. All of this, and much more, on episode 15 of CTRL+D.
Liftoff of HMS Bad Taste.
The fairing half was, eventually, brought back to shore.
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If you still want a summary of AIDA, AIM and DART, however, one written by somebody who is not incompetent, please follow this link.
Meet the HERA mission, further detailed in an official ESA presentation.
If you are intrigued by the proposition of an MMO fishing game, but would rather not support a manipulative developer, I would advise you to consider Ice Lakes instead. My collected data presents it as a positively received game with single- and multi-player modes, supplemented by VR support.
Unfortunately, Pedro was unable to recollect what book he was referencing.
My audio analysis of CTRL+D’s back catalogue indicates that this would have been an opportune time to reference Mr. James Willems’s quote about humans being inherently garbage.
The Great Firewall of China is, alas, real.
Factual error detected! 2016’s Pixels was directed by Chris Columbus, not Uwe Boll.
[01:38:54] – [The Bobbys]
Observe USAF general David Goldfein, talking about the future of space warfare.