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  1. Re: TSP TWO-FACTOR Authentication to be mandatory

    I haven't gotten any email from TSP about this. Either my home or work email.
    Sure would suck if you didn't get notified and you get locked out of your account.
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    Re: Latest News from Space.com

    'Star Wars' Gets the Parsec Wrong Again in 'The Mandalorian'ByCharles Q. Choi18 hours agoEntertainment

    https://www.space.com/star-wars-the-mandalorian-parsec.html
  3. Re: TSP TWO-FACTOR Authentication to be mandatory

    I've been using the two-factor authentication for awhile. I have a choice to either email me the code or text it to my cell phone. It's been awhile since I set it up so I can't help there.
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    From SpaceWeather.com
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    JUST ONE WEEK UNTIL THE TRANSIT OF MERCURY: One of the biggest astronomy events of the year is just one week away: The Transit on Mercury. On...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 10/31/2019 is 12.05%.
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    Re: Oil Slick Stuff

    I wonder what the oil leak would have looked like with a foot and a half of snow on the ground?
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    Re: Oil Slick Stuff

    Gas is averaging $2.48 now. Too many wild swings up and the slow move down. :angryfire:
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    Re: Oil Slick Stuff

    Interesting
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    Re: Latest News from Space.com

    Why Dead Stars Go Boom: Scientists Eye Mechanism Behind Supernova Explosions

    By Mike Wall Science & Astronomy

    The mechanism is similar to one that drives detonations here on Earth.
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    NASA's Voyager Missions Were Amazing. Now Scientists Want a True Interstellar Probe

    By Elizabeth Howell 2 days ago Science & Astronomy

    Goodbye, heliosphere! Hello, interstellar space!
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    Best Night Sky Events of November 2019 (Stargazing Maps)

    By Chris Vaughan Skywatching

    https://www.space.com/33974-best-night-sky-events.html
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    Scientists Just Found a 'Needle in the Haystack' Black Hole Once Hidden From View

    By Chelsea Gohd 19 hours ago Science & Astronomy

    Finding this hidden black hole could lead to more...
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    Re: October 2019 AutoTracker Winners!

    Congratulations. Some impressive numbers.
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    Satellites Track California's Devastating Kincade Wildfire from Space

    By Meghan Bartels 2 days ago Science & Astronomy

    https://www.space.com/california-kincade-wildfire-from-space.html
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    Assyrian Tablets Contain Earliest Written Record of Aurora’s Sky Glow

    By Mindy Weisberger 3 days ago News

    https://www.space.com/earliest-written-aurora-crecords.html
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    From SpaceWeather.com
    https://www.spaceweather.com/

    Found it very interesting.


    CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH A GIGANTIC JET: When you see lightning, run! That’s what NOAA advises in lightning ...
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    Re: Oil Slick Stuff

    Gas jumped 30 cents overnight to $2.59.
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    US Air Force's X-37B Space Plane Lands After Record 780-Day Mystery Mission

    By Tariq Malik 20 hours ago Spaceflight

    What was it doing up there?
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    The Black Knight Satellite: A Hodgepodge of Alien Conspiracy Theories

    By David Crookes - Staff Writer, All About Space magazine 6 days ago Search for Life

    Space Mysteries: For decades...
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    Re: Oil Slick Stuff

    Down to $2.29 around here.
  21. Re: Senators Press FRTIB Again Over TSP I Fund Changes

    Or better yet, give us 2 more IFT's per month and have the trade deadline set closer to 4pm EST.
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    The "S" fund took a quick rise and in the past we have seen a steep drop after lunch. Just figured I might as well put on a fresh pair just in case. :D
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    Looks like today might be a good day to put on a fresh pair of sticky pants.
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    Bam! Scientists Watch Distant Exoplanet Collision

    By Meghan Bartels 18 hours ago Science & Astronomy

    https://www.space.com/studying-recent-exoplanet-collision.html
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    Here's How We Could Detect a Wormhole

    By Mike Wall a day ago Science & Astronomy

    But any finds would probably be tentative, unfortunately.
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