And just how far should you even go? I hear the roads on the moon have a bad pothole problem. You might even call them craters.That's really cool! I wonder how far you can go on the moon vs. Earth - I assume a lot more energy has to go to keeping the batteries warm, but I assume that is more than offset by the weak lunar gravity and no wind resistance.
No worries, they'll be safe as long as it is equipped with onStar.And just how far should you even go? I hear the roads on the moon have a bad pothole problem. You might even call them craters.
A lot could go wrong. And the wait time for AAA is gonna be huge. So the travel distance should be no greater than the distance that you can walk back.
NASA in snooze mode? They've got a ton of cool stuff going on - you should check out their website!At what point do we get our 💩 together and really go back considering Nasa seems to be in snooze mode and others are taking these kinds of thing up as far as I can tell?
They have tons of missions, there is the Mars copter, Starship, ISS replacement, James Web, Moon Mission, Sun Study Mission, the Astroid belt Study Mission, the Astroid moving Mission, Just revived the Voyager 2 Communication by updating the Ausie deep space telescope..the old ISS, Hubble, etc, etc… .Getting sued by Amazon BozoNASA in snooze mode? They've got a ton of cool stuff going on - you should check out their website!
The Artemis program is cranking along. Though, yes, I've seen calls to hand it over to Musk/let him handle such rockets.
The problem with Artemis is using of old parts. It would have been easier to tell United launch Alliance to build a rocket that can lift However many tons to the moon, and clean sheet, they would have done it.Father forgive me for I have snoozed