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Tuesday, August 31, 2021

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Speaking of Google (yet again; it’s been a Googlish day here at PopStat), they’re making some pretty bold future plans. Out-of-this-world plans, in fact.

The Google Copernicus Hosting Environment and Experiment in Search Engineering is looking for some intrepid software developers. Wanna relocate Moonside? Email them your resume.

They’ll have to compromise their obsession with fraction-of-a-second page load times when they operate from Luna. The distance between Earth and its satellite is about 1 lightsecond, so any transmission between them has a built-in delay.

- Costa Tsiokos, Tue 08/31/2004 08:44:09 PM
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    Google Earth, with all its satellite-photo fun, is creating such a buzz that expanding upon the idea was only natural.
    So the search giant went for the next-closest celestial body. Google Moon lets you scour the lunar surface, perhaps to scout out l…

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