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  • As I told you, it's going to a place called the lagrange point.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2001

  • It is not building a moonbase or flying manned missions to lagrange points.

    Planetary Society Responds to Schmitt Resignation - NASA Watch

  • The same goes for all other celestial bodies or non-bodies, like the lagrange points.

    Committee Urges Multi-Destination Plan for NASA Human Space Flight | Universe Today

  • The lagrange points of black hole (s?) (Through its own imaginary duality (which should have a non zero difference) are projecting its mass through the escaping particle).

    Identifying Dark Matter

  • In my case it's yak yak yak lambda yak yak lagrange yak yak covariance yak yak.........

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • On the other hand, it would initially seem that you could have a Jupiter with an Earth in its leading lagrange point.

    Dwarf Planets « Whatever

  • Por esta altura, a acreditar nos autores paradigmáticos da ficção científica Clarke, Asimov, Heinlein, Verne, já viveríamos em O'neills no ponto lagrange, a lua e marte seriam novas potências económicas.

    ISS

  • Hi nelly my name is christian from lagrange georgia, and I am 21 years old in serach of becoming an apple bottom model.

    Ah, sweet Applebottoms - Anil Dash

  • If you know a little bit about astronomy, lagrange is a spot, sort of a sweet spot in the universe between two orbiting bodies, say, the moon and the earth, where the spacecraft just kind of sits in equilibrium.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2001

  • Eastern Time from the Kennedy Space Center, actually, Cape Canaveral, to be accurate, a delta rocket will carry a spacecraft called MAP on its way to a place called lagrange point.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2001

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