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Steve Taranovich

Blue Origin at Kennedy Space Center

Steve Taranovich
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8/25/2017 4:03:28 PM
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Re: Amazon claims moon?
Hi Anita,

Jeff Bezos wants to be the Amazon delivery guy to the International Space Station, to Lunar exploration teams and maybe even to Mars exploration teams in the 2030s. Food, supplies, and other tech equipment can be sent to the Monn and to Mars befor Astronauts arrive there to do more exploration. Moon explorations should be in the 2020s and Mars in the late 2030s

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Anita Louis
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8/24/2017 5:08:12 PM
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Amazon claims moon?
So Jeff Bezos is staking out his first lunar location for an Amazon distribution center?

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steve.taranovich
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8/10/2017 5:11:16 PM
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Re: Blue origin
Merci Jean-Luc,

More excellent tech articles to come on my NASA visit

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Jean Luc.Suchail
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8/10/2017 3:53:36 AM
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Blue origin
Very good paper Steve, - as usual ! -.

I look forward to read the next ones.

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