good bye??...........he ain't going nowhere
he'll be sitting on the top rung of the monkey bars when they open up our new playground Monday morning
singing-- meet the new boss........same as the old boss
oops newarc I accidently give you a red thumb
I meant to hit the reply to say
give the spam a red thumb.......click on the "report abuse"
but don't reply on their thread no matter how much you want to vent
in order for the outstanding balance to be as low as the $37.8 M declared in the press release, the march 20, 2014 option to convert 15% of the 8% notes had to have been fully exercised
so that means when the Q1 report comes out we'll see that an additional app. $6.67 M had been paid off last month
this ain't Jay's $100 device
it's something new
what's wrong with that???
if GSAT welcomes the idea and believes they can make it work this is an unforeseen positive that could become a gift
but I believe Jay's device will work with anything Wi-Fi enabled
this is a certain device with a new innovative concept that would necessitate development of a compatible product
I also believe it is a matter of procedural protocol for the FCC to "not" comment or disclose their personal stance on the proceeding until after the 105 comment period is over, they've completed their deliberation and issued final ruling
the reason for written comments be submitted on or before april 21st is simply to be sure they arrive in the mail on time
to think a year ago the market was beating us up over these and the shorts were talking about BK
now one year later to the day and Jay has paid them off completely
good news and good riddance
Satnews reports the ISS launch is on for Friday 3:25 PM ET
During Monday’s launch attempt, preflight checks detected that a helium valve in the stage separation pneumatic system was not holding the right pressure. This meant that the stage separation pistons would be reliant on a backup check valve. No issue has been detected with the backup valve, and that flight would likely have been successful. However, SpaceX policy is not to launch with any known anomalies. The company have brought the vehicle back to horizontal and are now replacing the faulty valve, as well as inspecting the entire system for anything that may have contributed to the valve not working as designed.
at the end of march the 52 week high was 2.73 but our beloved crashed it down 43 cents to 2.30
then the following week he took it to a new high at 2.84
same old show over and over
no need to sweat it
looks like google has already shut down titan's website
but I went in there a couple weeks ago and looked it over
they said the drones could stay aloft for 1 to 5 years depending on the size of their payload
and the maximum capacity of the payload was listed at 250 lbs.
I believe they reported the diameter of the footprint at 150 miles which is consistent with the footprint reported in the balloon testing that oceus did in Boulder
the diameter of the footprint of a GSAT satellite is 3600 miles
this is interesting
from a Space News article just posted on today's SpaceX launch
SpaceX’s commercial manifest might also be affected by the delay. The Hawthorne, Calif.-based company is scheduled to launch half a dozen data-messaging satellites for Fort Lee, N.J.-based Orbcomm in late April.
Hans Koenigsmann, SpaceX’s vice president of mission assurance, said during the April 13 press briefing that the Orbcomm launch was still on for the end of April, but Orbcomm said in an April 11 note on its website that “due to the recent delays with [SpaceX’s station cargo] mission, our new target launch window is May 10-15.”
you seem to be confusing wimax with wifi (they are not the same)
the fierce wireless article on sprint replacing their wimax makes no mention of wifi
united launch alliance is also booked for May 15
from a satnews article on the april 10th atlas launch:
ULA's next launch is the Delta IV GPS IIF-6 mission for the United States Air Force scheduled for May 15 from Space Launch Complex-37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Florida.