- International Space Station
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Still, ISS correctly points out that Democrats get more votes down South than electoral outcomes suggest.Seriously, Democrats: You’re Done in Dixie
December 10, 2014
Currently only Russian rocket engines, fitted with the Russian ISS docking system, can reboost the Space Station.
Otherwise the ISS becomes a 357-foot million-pound surprise for earthlings.
The ISS, launched in 1998, is the most expensive thing ever built—$150 billion and counting.
And this capsule will be able to dock itself, without needing the ISS to grab ahold and guide it in.SpaceX’s Dragon V2 Will Land Exactly Where It Wants To
May 30, 2014
"I will ask the Herr Doktor if he iss in," replied the man, stiffly.
There iss too much, look you, of doing things with other people's moneys.
We are all in the tepth together, and it iss Nature that has put us there.
There iss more years to my hett than to the hett of any one here.
We haf fought fair, and if we haf peen beaten, it iss no fault of ours.