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Okay so today is Thursday and today Patrick James Green has been thinking about Virgin Galactic, SpaceX and NASA – three companies hoping to change the future of space travel and maybe one day take us all to the stars.

Patrick James Green and Virgin Galactic

Virgin Galactic is a division within Richard Branson’s Virgin Group and it plans to be able to provide sub-orbital flights through space to tourists, as well as suborbital launches for some science missions and orbital launches of smaller satellites. Further off in the future Virgin Galactic really hopes to offer human spaceflights. Now, quite interestingly, VG’s spacecraft are launched from a massive plane, giving the spacecraft more initial speed and altitude than if it were launched from the ground. Patrick James Green has heard that tickets for a flight cost upwards of £250K! Can you believe that? Let us know with your comments below.

Views on SpaceX by Patrick James Green

SpaceX is a different company that launches some of the world’s most advanced rockets and space craft. The company was incorporated in 2002 and plans to totally revolutionise space transportation, with the final goal of enabling everyday people like you and me to live on other planets. Today, SpaceX is really advancing the boundaries of technology through its Falcon launch vehicles and Dragon spacecraft. Now tell me that doesn’t sound like science fiction. But actually it’s all true. Patrick James Green saw a documentary recently about SpaceX and I have to say, it was incredible. Fingers crossed this company can make it.

Patrick James Green

Finally in this topic Patrick James Green would like to introduce Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) which is a robotic space mission to Mars launched by NASA on November 26, 2011 and has so far managed to land Curiosity, a Mars rover on the red planet. Will they find aliens there? Will they find a source of life there? Will it be the start of a new age? These are all big questions which we can answer in our next post – so keep checking back.

I hope everyone has a great day today.

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Easy - Mat Zo & Porter Robinson (Official Video) from The Line on Vimeo.

Directed By
Louis & McCourt

Art Direction by
Bjorn Aschim

Character Design
Wesley Louis

Animators - Jonathan Djob Nkondo, James Duveen, Sam Taylor, Wesley Louis, Tim McCourt,

Backgrounds and Layouts : Bjorn Aschim, Mike Shorten
Compositing : Sam Taylor, Jonathan Topf, Max Taylor, Dave Hunt

3D lead
Jonathan Topf

Graphic Design by
Hisako Nakagawa

Producers
Jack Newman
Drew O’Neill

Produced by Bullion
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Building the World’s Largest Ship (in 76 seconds) from Maersk Line on Vimeo.

A timelapse of the construction of Maersk Line’s very first Triple-E vessel at the DSME shipyard in Okpo, Korea.

The timelapse was produced by Discovery Channel and Maersk, and it consists of 50,000 photos taken over 3 months.

Read more about Maersk Line’s Triple-E vessels here: worldslargestship.com

Flamingo Pride from Talking Animals on Vimeo.

The Story of the only heterosexual Flamingo in his desperate attempt to find love.

Game Theory from Ithaca Audio on Vimeo.

A 19 track live mashup performed on re-wired video game controllers.
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We took a look back at 35 years of video game music (Space Invaders, released in 1978 was the first game to have a continuous soundtrack), picked some of our favourites and mashed them with other tracks we love.

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