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Old 07-26-2017, 09:20 PM   #1
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after Satellite, Google Space Ship to Visit Space ?


Hi Guys,
after possibility of satellite to visit earth, could a Google Space Ship to Visit Space be realistic? One can calculate with coordinates x,y,z, and rotation of planet, and visit e.g. with web or further physically space areas, even a planet, or even meet persons in space?
Would it be good to innovate further?
 
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Even the GoogleŽ brand-name, accompanied by all of its improbable wealth, cannot overcome El Sol, or any of the other realities of actual physics.
 
  


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