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Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013

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Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013

It’s the time of the year again that we reflect on the news and the events that made the headlines over the past 12 months. Every major newspaper and TV show have some documentary or extra edition dedicated to last year’s big events, whether it was the facebook IPO, the discovery of the Higgs particle, […]

If it’s NASA, they must be using Amiga!

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If it’s NASA, they must be using Amiga!

Seeing a documentary earlier this week on the incredible voyage that the Voyager spacecraft both have undertaken, it struck me that these 2 spacecraft are still operational and sending us valuable data about our Solar system as they are hurtling now through interstellar space, some 35 years after launch. Just think about it, 35 years […]

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Space Shuttle… the story continues on your C64

With the Space Shuttle Discovery in orbit, an era slowly but surely draws to a close.  The Discovery’s mission (bringing supplies to the ISS and sending the first humanoid robot – the Robonaut 2 – in space) is its 39th and it brings the total number of Space Shuttle flights to 133. The craft is […]