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Low Earth Orbit (LEO) + Craft
It looks like we have another meme that has been brewing for the past few weeks. LEO, craft, etc.

Here's what I have so far, and I wish I had more time. Please provide links of dreams and/or lingo that might go with this one.

(quoted from my original post at )

Yoda brought us LEO (low earth orbit) and now Twice brought us Amazon's newest suborbital craft. I've still got meetings left tonight, but I'm thinking we've got a new meme that has been threaded persistently in our recent runs. I think we may need to decide on LEO on whether or not that word represents a timeframe or a space position. Yes, of course, dreams can easily indicate multiple views simultaneously, but this one seems rather important.

Links of interest:

Amazon's suborbital craft:

Yoda's identification of LEO:

Description of LEO:
Here is another info link on LEO.
"Low Earth Orbit" is a brand-new term to me. Anybody got the fifth grade explanation for it? *(grin) but seriously, thanks. Who coined it, or why? Right now it's like a foreign-language term to me. Thanks~
April 6 - creation Leo upwards shift chase craft
April 8 - Leo motorcycle gotten April group grow airplane planning
April 9 - yeah Leo notified April relationship weight flies

That's it for Leo - three appearances since the beginning of bot runs.

CryoSat’s fifth anniversary. Successfully launched for the second time on April 8, 2010.

Communication satellites are LEOs so are we expecting a satellite displacement of some kind? There are about 8,000 LEOs up there including frozen blobs of poop. Cool

The so-called New Shepard (Amazon) spaceship is designed to fly three people and/or a mix of passengers and payloads to altitudes about 62 miles (100 km) above Earth. It will launch from Blue Origin’s west Texas facility near Van Horn, Texas, southeast of El Paso.

A low Earth orbit (LEO) is an orbit around Earth with an altitude between 160 kilometers (99 mi), (orbital period of about 88 minutes), and 2,000 kilometers (1,200 mi) (about 127 minutes). Objects below approximately 160 kilometers (99 mi) [which is called suborbital] will experience very rapid orbital decay and altitude loss.
I posted this last night:

It's not exactly about LEO, but I was goosed to post it yesterday so I suspect it may sorta-kinda apply.
Monday, April 13, is launch day for SpaceX’s sixth operational cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station.

Thanks for sharing. I have no insight to share, but it goes with your recent alien dream. You have a cool dragon!
(04-10-2015, 12:57 AM)DLP Wrote: I posted this last night:

It's not exactly about LEO, but I was goosed to post it yesterday so I suspect it may sorta-kinda apply.
(04-10-2015, 01:30 AM)twiceblessed9 Wrote:  You have a cool dragon!

I agree...and he's handy to have around. Big Grin
Oh. LOL!! For such a literal person I sure missed this one. My imagination thought *(wanted?) "LEO" to be some secret like Chani,if he/it even really exists. Nope, it's just what the words say. Well, I want to fly much higher than the ISS has. Guess that's what the dreams are all about. Someday.........

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