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No.639 : Anonymous Drone [09/09/03(Thu)03:04] [Report] 1251961476769.jpg (11038 B, 504x504) [YIS] [GIS] [SNAP]
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When will we live here /s/pace?

No.640 : PrincessFoosi #1E0MZU2HrM [09/09/09(Wed)19:28] [Report] 1252538911804.jpg (88461 B, 1280x960) [YIS] [GIS] []
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Space is some pretty serious shit yo.
Pic related, it has a star in it, thats a realistic drawing of a star, if i've ever seen one.

No.641 : Anonymous Drone [09/10/20(Tue)12:47] [Report] []

Uh... no, it isn't a realistic drawing of a star. In real life stars have seven points. GOD, EVERYONE KNOWS THAT.

No.643 : Anonymous Drone [09/11/19(Thu)10:04] [Report] 1258643041445.jpg (21295 B, 336x341) [YIS] [GIS] []
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I think the human race will most definitely live in space it is rather big, but mars? I personally find it way more likely that we live on Venus for it is almost that same gravity and size as your home. unlike mars plus their is no atmosphere to use or make things unlike Venus which has a carbon dioxide atmosphere, which with our normal air we breath can make floating cities using the air of Venus to make more oxygen or carbon materials or soil to grow food. venus also has abundant solar energy in just about any direction as well.

No.831 : Anonymous Drone [12/08/07(Tue)23:52] [Report] []

when we learn how to live here, 1st

No.832 : Anonymous Drone [12/08/13(Mon)23:54] [Report] []

>>639 personally, I think Siberia would be a good place to practice...

No.1088 : Anonymous Drone [2018-02-26 06:03] [Report] 1519643011883.webm (3804461 B, 800x450) [YIS] [GIS] []
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hopefully we don't get too close to these


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