Earth, at night, from space.. A stunning picture showing the night lights of
Earthling habitation as seen from orbit. This how Astronauts, and 'Aliens' see
us when the bed lamp is turned off! This picture is 386kb in size so be patient
if you have a dial up connection - the wait is worthwhile!
Click to view..
Earth from Space view. Sunset across
North Africa and Western Europe. Click and enjoy!
Edge of Space
flight in a MIG. As high as an interceptor aircraft can get. Hear the
engines splutter as you surge over the top of the trajectory curve where the
'sky' above is black and below is blue, and the horizon has this amazing
Link your home computer to the Arecibo
radio telescope in Puerto Rico (via
setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu) and you could be the first person to spot
messages from aliens for which the telescope constantly checks. If your computer
gets the first, the Americans promise to give you the credit.
This transit of the Sun by
the ISS (International Space Station) and the Space Shuttle Atlantis
was captured on September 17th (2006) from the area of Mamers,
Normandie, France by Thierry Legault,
Atlantis (left) was undocked (50 minutes prior) from the ISS in
preparation for its return to Earth, and is about 200 meters distant
from the Station. Travelling at a speed of 7.4 kilometres per
second, they completed the transit in 0.6 seconds.
Move closer to
'Space' whilst touring the South Island of New Zealand
Picture Postcards from Space
In anticipation of space travel you
could make up postcards using the stunning images from the Hubbell
Earth - "far out in the uncharted backwaters
of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the galaxy".
successful tests Vigin Galactic
Commercial Flight Update
Virgin Galactic has finally got
the green light to attempt
Space ShipTwo flights at the end
of the year.
The millionaire transporter has
got an experimental launch
permit from the US Federal
Aviation Administration for the
ship and its carrier aircraft,
the White Knight Two, the space
The pair have already done some
flying together but haven't done
any rocket-powered flight yet.
The White Knight Two has done 80
test flights and the SS2 has
been up 16 times, including
three tests that checked out the
craft's re-entry system. Virgin
have also fired the
rocket in 10 tests, successfully
completing full duration burns,
but this is the first time
they'll be strapping it on the
SS2 for a test fire.
Scaled Composites, the
spacecraft builder, will fly the
SS2 a couple of more times with
the unlit rocket aboard to
ensure the ship works well with
the extra weight. In the
meantime, integration of the
rocket's components through the
summer before a full blasting
flight expected towards the end
of the year.
The SS2, which can carry six
passengers and two pilots, is
based on Scaled's SpaceShipOne,
which won the $10m Ansari X
Prize in 2004 for the first
privately funded human
So far, Virgin Galactic, owned
by Brit billionaire entrepreneur
Richard Branson and Abu Dhabi
government investment firm Aabar
Investments, has signed up 500
passengers to their space
joyrides, including celebs like
Ashton Kutcher and Angelina
Jolie and scientists like
Stephen Hawking and James
Lovelock, famous for proposing
the Gaia theory. ®
Commercial Flight Update
space tourism venture plans to begin its maiden
voyage into space in 2013, with its test flights
currently underway and rocket powered tests
scheduled to start next year.
Branson’s space tourism venture hopes to commence
the service in a couple of years, however a date has
not been set as the firms commercial director
Stephen Attenborough said that “its customers safety
is paramount”, the BBC reported.
"This is a
programme that can't have a hard-end date as safety
is the number one priority," Mr Attenborough said.
"Our foot is
flat on the gas, we have proven technology, we have
a spaceport that opened last week, and the test
flight programme is well advanced, I don't think you
can ask for a lot more from a programme like this.”
to a recent article describing the 2013 launch as
“yet another delay” Mr Attenborough said “A delay is
strange word, and there is no delay."
Attenborough said despite all of the 500 or so
future space travellers being eager to take off into
space, no one was pressing for an early flight.
willing to put a large amount of money up front
because they trust us, because they know we will
only take them to space if it's safe to do so," he
Attenborough said that Keith Colmer, a former Air
Force test pilot has been chosen out of over 500
applicants to join the venture’s chief pilot David
US200,000 passengers are offered five minutes of
weightlessness for the 2.5 hour flights.
Best skiing in space is on Saturnian ice moon
Anyone who'd like to ski in
space should head for Saturn's icy moon Enceladus, according to
boffins who've discovered that the superfine ice crystals coating
the moon's surface would be perfect powder for skiing. "Bulky space
suits and extremely low gravity aside (the surface gravity there is
only roughly 1 per cent that of Earth's), the particles themselves
are only a fraction of a millimetre in size, roughly a micron or two
across, even finer than talcum powder. This would make for the
finest powder a skier could hope for," said Dr Paul Schenk of the
Lunar and Planetary Institute in Texas, who presented the results at
the EPSC-DPS* Joint Meeting 2011 in France today.
The sweet slopes have helped proved the theory that ice particles
blown in flurries on the moon fall in a predictable pattern and that
the heat source driving the plumes of ice has lasted millennia.
Instruments aboard the Cassini orbiter took global and high
resolution mapping images of Enceladus, showing how and where this
fallout of fine ice particles lands on the surface. The plumes
aren't blowing around a whole pile of snowy stuff, in fact getting
100m deep requires a few tens of millions of years or so. This tells
the boffins that the heat source driving the flurries is similarly
long-lived; if it wasn't, the E-ring around Saturn formed by ejected
particles from the plumes would dissipate in tens of thousands of
Apart from discovering its potential as a ski resort, the patterns
of fallen snow on the moon will also help scientists understand the
internal heating mechanism driving the plumes, and the insulating
properties of the moon's surface. They'll get more evidence to help
their study of the phenomenon in 2012 and 2015, when Cassini passes
Enceladus again. Ref B Parnell
Most expensive hotel in universe unveiled
To boldly go
where no tourist has been before will set you back
hundreds of thousands of pounds, but it will give you
endless bragging rights down your local pub.
The first space
hotel, with room for just seven guests (sleeping
upright) is expected to welcome its first visitors from
above the earth, the hotel will be pretty basic - no
ensuites, no showers and yet it will cost Au$150,000 for
a short break, making it the most expensive boutique
hotel in the universe. Instead of freeze-dried
“astronaut food”, guests will be served braised veal
cheeks with wild mushrooms, white bean puree, potato
soup and plum compote - squeeze tubes of course!
will be interesting. Add to the packing list 'personal
connecting devices'. Remember, one size might not fit
However, it will
offer the best ever views. There'll be no excursions, no
smoking, no drinking and only a TV and the internet for
entertainment, but the Russian company which unveiled
its plans for the first space hotel this week promised
it would be more comfortable than the International
Space Station. The flight is likely to set holidaymakers
back a further Au$1,000,000.
Virgin Group subsidiary, Virgin Galactic has posted a
job search, seeking pilot-astronauts to work on the
The space carrier placed a job
description on the Virgin website earlier this month and
is hoping to recruit space-pilots with customer service
skills, requesting they deliver “a sub-orbital
spaceflight service to Virgin Galactic
Customer-Astronauts which is as safe and enjoyable as
With applications closing by the end of this month,
the first of the recruits will commence his or her new
role with Virgin Galactica in June this year and will
“support the ongoing flight test program of the
Other recruits will be drafted as the spaceline nears
its goal to launch commercial activities.
The successful candidate will be a US citizen, a team
player, a diver flying background with a minimum of
3,000 recorded flying hours in a large multi-engine
aircraft as well as a high performance fast jet.
30 years ago today the Space Shuttle Columbia blasted off on the first shuttle
mission. Two missions ended in disaster, but a total of five different shuttles
spent a collective 1289 days in space over 132 missions. The program is set for
retirement after Atlantis’ final voyage later this month. The three remaining
shuttles, along with the Enterprise prototype, are going to need cozy homes.
Of course every museum around the US wants one, but there are only four shuttles
to go around with one already reserved for the Smithsonian National Air and
Space Museum. The shuttles new homes are to cover the $28.8 million cost of
prepping and transporting the massive shuttles, but those costs should be easily
recovered with ticket sales. NASA has been talking with suitors for the last few
months and used the historic anniversary to announce the winners.
Space Shuttle Discovery
Somber fact about the Discovery: After her final space mission this past March,
she became the only original Shuttle to survive her final launch and landing
unlike the Challenger and Columbia. She’s going to end up at the Smithsonian
National Air and Space Museum to replace the Enterprise prototype.
Space Shuttle Atlantis
The Atlantis first took off from Kennedy Space Centre in April of 1985 and flew
for the last time on May 14, 2010. She logged 120 million miles over 32
missions. Her final destination will be in Florida at the Kennedy Space Centre
after NASA removes all the dangerous fluids and equipment.
Space Shuttle Endeavour
Save a disaster, the youngest Space Shuttle Endeavour is on her way to the
California Science Center in Los Angeles after flying her Space Shuttle mission
later this month.
The Enterprise is to be moved from its current home at the Smithsonian to the
Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum located on Manhattan’s West Side. While it
never actually reached outer space, the Enterprise conducted upper atmosphere
test flights and actually flew over New York City in 1983. Likewise, NYC itself
never had a major historical claim to the Shuttle like several other vying
locations, but the 1943 warship museum does pull in close to a million visitors
a year and helped recovery early NASA launch vehicles.
500 Volunteers for one way trip to
people have volunteered to boldly go where no one has
gone before … and not come back.
An article by the Journal of Cosmology, outlining how a
privately-funded, one-way mission to Mars could depart
as soon as 20 years from now, has prompted more than 500
readers to volunteer as colonists on the red planet,
According to the website, an interplanetary trip to Mars
could take as little as 10 months, but returning would
be virtually impossible. "I've had a deep desire to
explore the universe ever since I was a child and
understood what a rocket was," volunteer and father of
three, Peter Greaves said. "I envision life on Mars to
be stunning, frightening, lonely, quite cramped and
Other volunteers include a 69-year old computer
programmer, a college student at Texas A&M, a
45-year-old nurse and a pastor of the Methodist Church,
FoxNews.com reported."It's going to be a very long
period of isolation and confinement," psychology
professor Albert Harrison said.
"After the excitement of blast-off, and after the
initial landing on Mars, it will be very difficult to
avoid depression. According to the website, the
volunteers believe they would be able to handle the
psychological issues involved with the mission.
"At first we thought the e-mails were a joke, that
volunteers were not serious,” the Journal of Cosmology
editor Lana Tao said. “Then we received more and more
with men giving their reasons and qualifications, and we
realized they were completely serious."
29/10/2010 Virgin Galactica Opens Worlds first Public Space Port.
Space tourism has taken one step closer
to reality with the opening of the world’s first commercial spaceport in New
Mexico, USA. Spaceport America is the world’s first ever facility designed
specifically to launch commercial space flights. It will be used by Richard
Branson’s Virgin Galactic.
The first flight to space is expected to be in 18 months.
The opening of Spaceport America comes less than two weeks after Virgin
successfully completed the first solo flight of Spaceship Two, the aircraft they
hope to take commercial passengers into space with. The facility includes a
three km runway designed to handle a wide variety aircraft.
The prestigious opening was marked with a flyby of an aircraft carrying
Star Trek Live, a new interactive stage
show based on the science-fiction franchise, will make its debut at Kennedy
Space Centre Visitor Complex on 11 June. The 30-minute live performance caters
to space fans of all ages featuring cutting edge special effects, audience
interaction and an exploration of space-age technology. Located just 45 minutes
east of Orlando, Florida., Kennedy Space Centre Visitor Complex welcomes 1.5
million guests from around the world every year. Star Trek Live will be
presented five times a day at the facility’s 300-seat Astronaut Encounter
Theatre. The show will be open daily and is included with regular admission to
Kennedy Space Centre Visitor Complex.
22 March 2010: Virgin Galactic this week has
announced that it has successfully completed its first ever
"Captive Carry" flight, with its SpaceShipTwo shuttle taking
to the skies under the wings of its mother-ship White Knight
Two. Taking place over the skies of the Mojave Dessert in
California on Monday, Virgin Galactic reported the
successful test flight which took two hours and 54 minutes.
"Today was another major step along that road and a
testament to US engineering and innovation," said Sir
Richard Branson, Virgin Galactic Founder, on the day of the
launch. "Seeing the finished spaceship in December was a
major day for us but watching VSS Enterprise fly for the
first time really brings home what beautiful,
ground-breaking vehicles Burt and his team have developed
Burt Rutan, Mojave-based aircraft maker Scaled Composites
lead designer, adds, "The captive carry flight signifies the
start of what we believe will be extremely exciting and
successful spaceship flight test program." When trials are
complete, Virgin Galactic aims to take paying travellers to
space through the shuttle and booster system. With the
completion of these captive tests, the next hurdle will be
independent glide tests prior to the start of commercial
Alien life may be thriving on Earth, a major
science conference has heard. The BBC has reported that our
planet may harbour forms of “weird life” may be hidden in toxic
arsenic lakes or in boiling deep sea hydrothermal vents.
Professor Paul Davies, a physicist at Arizona State University,
has called on scientists to launch a “mission to Earth” by
trawling hostile environments for signs of bio-activity. “We
don't have to go to other planets to find weird life,” Professor
Davies said. “It is entirely reasonable to expect we will find a
shadow biosphere here on Earth, but nobody has actually taken
the trouble to look.”
Comet Between Fireworks and Lightning
Image Credit & Copyright: Antti Kemppainen
Explanation: Sometimes the sky itself is the best show in town.
In January 2007, people from Perth, Australia gathered on a
local beach to watch a sky light up with delights near and far.
Nearby, fireworks exploded as part of Australia Day
celebrations. On the far right, lightning from a thunderstorm
flashed in the distance. Near the image center, though, seen
through clouds, was the most unusual sight of all: Comet
McNaught. The photogenic comet was so bright that it even
remained visible though the din of Earthly flashes. Comet
McNaught has now returned to the outer Solar System and is now
only visible with a large telescope. The above image is actually
a three photograph panorama digitally processed to reduce red
reflections from the exploding firework.
Russian deal paves way for space tourism
The Russian space agency has sealed a deal with a private
investor to build a Soyuz spacecraft specially for tourist hire
to be operational in 2011.
"We have concluded an agreement with an investor to begin
financing such a Soyuz vessel with an anticipated launch date of
2011," a statement on the Roskosmos website stated. The craft,
piloted by a professional astronaut, is designed to carry two
so-called space adventurers.
A Roskosmos spokesman refused to identify the investor
despite the agency having signed a deal in June with private
American company Space Adventures for a commercial flight to the
International Space Station. Set up in 2001, Space Adventures
has already sent five tourists into space on board a Soyuz. The
firm has been in negotiations with Roskosmos to rent the third
seat on board a ship which regularly ferries Russian and
American astronauts to the ISS.
American Dennis Tito, South African Mark Shuttleworth, Greg
Olsen of the United States, Iranian-born Anousheh Ansari and
Hungarian-born Charles Simonyi are the five who have each paid
up to $US25 million ($26 million) for the thrill of a lifetime.
The next independent space traveller is Richard Garriott, an
American electronic games entrepreneur and son of former
astronaut Owen Garriott. His flight is due to take off in
$200G gets space
tourists to zero G
Virgin Atlantic Airways
founder Richard Branson says his planned 2009 launch of $200,000 space-tourism
flights will mark “a whole new era for space travel.”
“You’ll go from (zero) to 4,000 miles an hour in 10 seconds - which will be
quite a ride,” Branson said in a speech to the Mortgage Bankers Association,
which is holding its annual convention in Boston. The flamboyant billionaire -
known for hot-air balloon trips and other adventures - is building five
spaceships for Virgin Galactic, his planned space-trip unit. He’s also
developing a spaceport in the New Mexico desert.
Branson plans to take his wife, children and elderly parents on the first flight
in about 18 months. “We’re having a family voyage, and then we’ll open up (our)
beautiful spaceport (to customers),” Branson said, adding that he hopes to
eventually add space hotels and 30-minute New York-to-Australia rocket trips.
Virgin Galactic plans to strap an eight-person spacecraft to a large “mother
ship” that will carry the vessel 60,000 feet into the air. From there, rocket
engines will boost the spaceship the remaining 55 miles into the cosmos. After
six minutes in zero gravity, the vessel will slowly descend back to Earth.
Total trip time: About 2 1/2 hours. MIT professor Laurence Young, who served as
a backup astronaut on a 1993 space-shuttle mission, sees $200,000 for a 2 1/2
hour voyage as a good deal. Young said shuttle missions cost NASA an estimated
$300 million to $1 billion a pop.
“The people who are going to get the most out of it are those who invest the
most - and I don’t mean money, I mean intellectual investment,” Young said.
“It’s fun to have your picture taken floating around, but what will truly be
fascinating is getting the chance to appreciate the importance of gravity.”
Virgin Galactic has already taken dozens of reservations, with patrons
reportedly including actress Sigourney Weaver and Star Trek’s William Shatner.
Can’t afford $200,000?
Branson said he hopes to
create a reality TV series where one winner will receive a free trip into space.
Or, Virgin Atlantic passengers can use frequent-flier miles - although Branson
admitted you’ll need “about a million miles” to qualify for a free space trip.
Time Travel - the
theory shows a possibility. But why do we not see time tourists in our own time?
Space hotel to open in five years
A report in Hotel TravelNews says that
the first hotel in space has been unveiled by a Barcelona-based architect, with
The Galactic Suite
opening for business in 2012, allowing guests to travel around the world in 80
The Galactic Suite will be the most expensive hotel room to-date, costing $4
million for a three-day stay and during this time guests will see the sun rise
15 times a day.
"It is the bathrooms in zero gravity that are the biggest challenge," says
company director Xavier Claramunt.
Reservations will begin next year for the aluminium vessel made of five modules,
which is to be launched by rockets into space and the Galactic Suite already has
private investors from the United Arab Emirates and Japan.
Guests will be able to participate in scientific experiments during their stay
in the hotel, 450 km from earth and the operators estimate that some 40,000
people will be able to buy a Galactic-Suite ticket.
Poll finds one-third of Asians would
be space tourists
HONG KONG - A new CNN/TIME poll conducted
last month by market research group TNS reveals that even though man still
cannot cure the common cold, almost two thirds of people in Asia (59 per cent)
believe that expenditure on space exploration is justified.
Of the eleven markets polled, those who most strongly support the venture into
space are Korea (83 percent), Hong Kong (73 percent), and Thailand (72 percent).
Those where it is believed by the majority to be a waste of resources are
Indonesia (56 percent), the Philippines (51 percent).
The poll comes off the back of CNN Future Summit, a recent discussion program
from Singapore featuring guests including astronaut and second man on the moon,
Dr Buzz Aldrin, and recent space tourist Anousheh Ansari who debated the issues
of space travel with first hand experience.
On average two-thirds (66 per cent) of respondents would be interested in taking
a trip into space. If money were no object, 49 per cent of Indians said they
would be very interested in becoming a space tourist, alongside 46 per cent of
Thais, 44 per cent of Singaporeans and 43 per cent of Hong Kong citizens.
Los Angeles-Based Company To Design Spacesuits For Space Tourists
Los Angeles, CA (AHN) - The new Los Angeles-based company Orbital Outfitters on
Thursday announced its plans to design outfits for space tourists and crew
members. The company also aims to lease spacesuits and other equipment to
According to the company's website, "The Mission of Orbital Outfitters is to
provide affordable, industrial-quality spacesuits and related services to
commercial and government space travelers and explorers."
The company plans to launch its first spacesuits in 2007 for crews of the
California-based rocket-powered vehicle company XCOR. Additionally, it plans to
lease custom-fitted suits to the first mass of space tourists.
According to Reuters, Orbital Outfitters president Rick Tumlinson said, "When
someone puts on an IS3 (sub-orbital spacesuit), they will be protected by the
best technology we can muster, yet they will look like they've stepped off the
set of a science fiction movie."
"With billionaires funding the new space companies and passengers paying up to
$200,000 for a ride, safety is important. We intend to also make it chic,"
Tumlinson added. The company says that by next two years, spacesuit fashion will
be the most talked about thing in the space-tourism industry. Spacesuit designs
are still in nascent stages, but they will look more or less like Grand Prix or
NASCAR jumpsuits and will feature the colors and logos of the rocket firm on
which the passenger is flying.
The company has prioritized safety as the main concern in designing and creating
the spacesuits, which will help protect the space tourists from extreme cold, a
lack of air and atmospheric pressure. Additionally, they will provide
life-support functions for 30 minutes at 500,000 feet, or 95 miles, high. The
cost for leasing a suit is about $3,000 to 6,000 per trip.
13 November 2006
Space Travel Price drops!!
The price for space travel has recently dropped, with a deposit of GBP5,250 now
and a total sum of GBP13 million later, any would-be astronaut can view the
world from 62 miles above the Earth. Tom Shelley, Space Adventures Vice
President said, “There is a Space Race – up to 15 companies developing vehicles
to do sub-orbital trips.
“Ours is called the Explorer and will carry five passengers. We don’t feel we
are adding to climate change and carbon gases because the craft will piggy-back
in orbit and the advantages to be gained long term in resource and technology
and energy is for the good of humanity. “The mineral potential to be mined on
some asteroids exceeds 20 trillion dollars. It might sound space fiction but it
is a reality.” The itinerary for the trip includes ten days of weightlessness,
eight of them spent on the space station. As well, travellers will need some
time on their hands so they can spend months in Russia training for the event.
Mr Shelley does admit that the prices are
prohibitive, and it will take many many more private initiatives before the
prices drop. New venture capitalists are entering the market though, and the
enterprise is gaining more ground in more markets than just the uber-rich. “It
is so important to us. Space exploration is critical. Tourism can help lower the
costs and it is vital for the future of mankind as a whole. It needs thousands
of launches to make it more financially viable, safer and cheaper,” he said.
“Space technology can become the future of transportation. Being able to move
from point to point on Earth while leaving the atmosphere could dramatically
reduce transport times. Our own ecological problems and environmental issues we
face show that there is a definite potential for Space being a safe haven.”
Space Centre to Open
Kennedy Space Centre, FL – 45 years ago,
Alan Shepard launched from Florida to become the first American astronaut in
space. Visitors from around the world can also explore and feel the sensation of
blasting into Earth’s orbit from the place where the U.S. space exploration
program began: Kennedy Space Centre. Visitors can experience the thrilling
simulation that impacts their body, mind and soul and, forever gives them a
sense of connection to the Space Shuttle program.
The space centre opens late spring in
2007. The 44,000 square foot Shuttle Launch Experience will be the most
technologically advanced, using a sophisticated motion-based platform, special
effects seats, and high fidelity visual and audio to be ever created at NASA’s
Kennedy Space Centre Visitor Complex. A team of astronauts, NASA experts and
designers conceive this authentic simulation attraction like no other in the
world. The $60 million attraction is financed through Kennedy Space Centre
Visitor Complex admission, food and retail revenue. “The Shuttle Launch
Experience will leave a lasting impression on any person who craves the
adventure of real space flight,” said Daniel Leblanc, Chief Operating Officer of
Kennedy Space Centre Visitor Complex.
The Space Shuttle program provides
stories of NASA astronauts and the sensations of the launch and building the
excitement and anticipation for a visitor’s first journey beyond the bonds of
Earth. The journey begins as visitors enter the astronaut testimonials, where
they are describing the excitement and curiosity for what lies ahead including
the exhilarating and thrilling moments of the unforgettable sensation of the
launch. “Just don’t get too comfortable and be ready for anything” describes,
Rick Searfoss, a Space Shuttle Astronaut. There is a technical explanation of a
Space Shuttle launch with the “3…2…1…lift off”. Visitors enter the combination
of large projection screens and plasma screens; follow by the dramatic
atmospheric, sound and lighting effects including floor “rumblers” and fog.
Visitors are then entering the crew module in the shuttle’s payload bay and
strap-in for launch designed by NASA and Delaware North Companies Parks and
Resorts and its consultants. The effects programmed maneuvers, multiple video
screens to show different views of the mission, advanced audio effects and
special effects seats. The shuttle is ready to take off while the visitors are
sinking into their seats. As the Shuttle orbiter enters outer space, the cargo
bay doors open to reveal a beautiful view of the earth. Visitors can look back
at their home planet from space. Then crew members unbuckle their seat belts and
make their way back into the real world. After this experience, visitors will
never view a launch in the same way.
Points for Space Travel. It is happening!! Branson does it again!!!
“Galactic Atlantic is on its way to becoming
the world’s first commercial spaceline,” said Branson who is chair of both
Galactic and Virgin Atlantic.
The trip will cost “US$200,000, initially” and will take-off “13 months from
now”, he said. Galactic expects the price to fall over time.
The company has earmarked US$250 million for building five spaceships and the
construction of space ports.
At the same venue, it was also announced that Virgin Atlantic and Virgin
Galactic are joining forces to allow their frequent flyers to convert “earthly
miles into space miles and earn themselves a trip to space.” Members will need
two million Flying Club miles on Virgin to redeem a trip with Galactic into
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