The Daily Feud: Space Exploration by Elendil's Heir [Game Over]

  1. Neil Armstrong
  2. Voyager
  3. monkey
  4. Sergei Korolyov
  5. Mars
  6. yes
  7. ISS
  8. 2001: Space Odyssey
  9. Japan
  10. Enterprise
  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Sputnik
  3. Dog
  4. Robert Goddard
  5. Mars
  6. Yes
  7. Shuttle
  8. Apollo 13
  9. Japan
  10. Challenger

Hey, #10 is for Capt. Cook’s vessel, not the space shuttle.

  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Voyager
  3. Monkey
  4. Allan Hale
  5. Mars
  6. No
  7. International Space Station
  8. Star Trek
  9. India
  10. Enterprise
  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Explorer 1
  3. Chimp
  4. Sergei Korolev
  5. Mars
  6. Already have it
  7. Apollo Lunar Module
  8. Apollo 13
  9. France
  10. Enterprise
  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Sputnik
  3. Dog
  4. Robert Goddard
  5. Moon
  6. No
  7. Space Shuttle
  8. Apollo 13
  9. India
  10. Enterprise
  1. John Glenn
  2. Sputnik I
  3. Dog
  4. Gene Kranz
  5. The Moon
  6. No
  7. Saturn V rocket
  8. Apollo 13
  9. Japan
  10. Enterprise
  1. Armstrong
  2. Sputnik
  3. Dog
  4. Goddard.
  5. Mars
  6. No
  7. Shuttle
  8. What is the best movie, fiction or nonfiction, about space exploration?
  9. India
  10. Enterprise

ETA 8. Right Stuff

  1. Alan Shepard
  2. Explorer I
  3. Chimpanzee
  4. Dr Robert Goddard
  5. Moon
  6. Yes
  7. Lunar Lander
  8. 2001
  9. India
  10. Enterprise

5 – Earth’s moon, Luna, of course
6 – To deal with the hostile BEMs, Streibs, Martians, etc.
7 – aka LEM
10 – Not my choice, but I’m betting it’s the board’s choice

  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Sputnik
  3. dog
  4. Einstein
  5. Mars
  6. no
  7. the space station
  8. The Right Stuff
  9. Japan
  10. Enterprise

Wow, I think I screwed this one up badly.

  1. Alan Shepard
  2. Sputnik
  3. Dog
  4. Goddard
  5. Mars
  6. No
  7. Hubble Telescope
  8. Apollo 13
  9. Japan
  10. Enterprise

It’s cool, gonzo. Nobody’s getting punished for typos. :slight_smile:

  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Sputnik
  3. Chimpanzee
  4. Goddard
  5. Mars
  6. No
  7. Apollo
  8. 2001: A Space Odyssey
  9. Japan
  10. Enterprise
  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Voyager
  3. dog
  4. Goddard
  5. Mars
  6. yes
  7. SpaceShipOne
  8. 2001: A Space Odyssey
  9. Japan
  10. Enterprise
  1. Magellen
  2. sputnik
  3. dog
  4. Homer Hickam
  5. Mars
  6. yes
  7. Space Shuttle
  8. Contact
  9. Japan
  10. Earth
  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Voyager I
  3. Monkey
  4. Robert Goddard
  5. Mars
  6. Yes
  7. The International Space Station
  8. Apollo 13
  9. Japan
  10. Verne
  1. Neil Armstrong
  2. Sputnik
  3. Dog
  4. Roger Chaffee
  5. Mars
  6. No
  7. Cassini
  8. 2001
  9. India
  10. Rama
    For number 2, I’m of course referring to the first satelite bearing that name.
    For number 5, I disagree with this, but it’s a fued, not a debate.
  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Sputnik
  3. Dog
  4. Konstanin Tsiolkovsky
  5. Mars
  6. No
  7. Skylab
  8. Apollo 13
  9. India
  10. Enterprise
  1. John Glenn
  2. Voyager
  3. monkey
  4. Robert Goddard
  5. Mars
  6. no
  7. space shuttle
  8. 2001: A Space Odyssey
  9. UK
  10. Enterprise
  1. Alan Shepard
  2. Sputnik
  3. Dog
  4. President Kennedy
  5. Mars
  6. No
  7. Saturn V rocket
  8. Star Trek II, the Wrath of Khan
  9. Japan
  10. The Neal Armstrong
  11. He left the ground in airplanes.
  12. Should they? No. Will they? Yes.
  13. It should be named after ME of course! :smiley:
  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Luna 4
  3. dog
  4. Goddard
  5. Mars
  6. no
  7. Hubble telescope
  8. Contact
  9. India
  10. Enterprise