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can you give me the answer to this riddle “I slept at night with an animal, but when I woke up, it was gone and I never saw any footprints.”

Your journey will come to an end
In a place all Gunters love to recommend
But there’s more to this story
In a land called purgatory
To enter, it would be wise
If you wore some kind of disguise
That can only be obtained
When all fragments are contained
Down in this infernal region lies an ancient foe
whose piercing gaze plunges you deep in woe.
This place is steeped in history…
I wonder if you can solve my mystery?
This villain most fowl wants total control
in a place almost devoid of soul.
Underneath a place of industry,
you can get closer to solving this mystery.

Can you answer to this ?
Can you name a colour without “E” in it. I bet u cant.

Human astronauts are such a bother when it comes to space exploration. The space environment is pretty much the opposite of the conditions that humans evolved for, to the point where an unprotected human exposed to space will die horribly in about ninety seconds flat. Even given oxygen to breath, the human organism is quite insistent on a whole host of demands: food, water, comfortable temperature, gravity, absence of deadly radiation; the list goes on and on.

This is why NASA is so fond of robot space probes. Not only do robots not have any of those requirements, but there also is no problem with sending the probes on suicide one-way missions. Human astronauts would tend to complain about that. But given organic non- cyborg astronauts, your spacecraft design is going to need a habitat module for the crew to live in, and all sorts of supplies to keep them alive. Since Every Gram Counts , it will be important to use every trick in the book to try and miminize the mass cost of all this.

By the same math, a ship with 30 person-days of supplies facing a 10 day mission could support 3 persons (30 / 10 = 3) .

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