- Abbreviation of Lyons Electronic Office Computer (Wiktionary)
“Right now, just staying in LEO is becoming a problem.”
“The big one we have in LEO points and tracks more accurately than any terrestrial telescope, and LEO is not a nice place.”
“Any LV that can't manage less then $2500 per Kg in LEO is not good enough.”
“These goals could involve more robotic support missions, or smaller added capabilities to commercially-oriented HSF missions (eg: astronaut LEO access, astronaut point-to-point capability in LEO, ability to replace a satellite component, ability to refuel a satellite, ability to change a satellite's orbit with a tug ...) then gradually build this kind of LEO capabilities to allow transport and productivity beyond LEO.”
“The Unbeliever says: cecil kirksey: Giving my name if stopped legally by LEO is all that is required constitutionally as the SCOUS has stated.”
“Giving my name if stopped legally by LEO is all that is required constitutionally as the SCOUS has stated.”
“Or would that make me a crazy liberal because I want to be liberated from the fear that a LEO is going to try to beat a confession out of me?”
“A launch system that takes people no further than LEO is cheaper than one that takes them to the Moon.”
“Or are you saying an air launch access approach to LEO is without merit? common sense”
“The other big issue regarding "affordability" of launching large payloads into LEO is that we keep "starting" over once we get a working vehicle.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘LEO’.
pretty open-ended here—terms, ideas, lingo, technologies and phenomena (real or postulated) that are, were, should be or could be used in speculative fiction
Looking for tweets for LEO.