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It still needs to be encyclopedic. Too much meaningless, unending detail about something that never happened makes it hard to see the forest for the trees. Gene Nygaard 21:56, 8 May 2005 (UTC)
Would it be possible to have a category of related articles for this thread that list all lost spacecraft or satellites and the reason they were lost? I would be interested in seeing how many space vehicles were lost (in space) since the beginning of the space race, what the causes were and what were the costs.. -- Dave Skiff
Communication with the lander was lost prior to atmospheric entry. This is a misleading statement. The comms between Earth and MPL was cut after it oriented itself for reentry and this was obviously by design, so no comms was "lost". The correct statement would be that MPL failed to establish communications after it landed. --Borek Lupoměský, 6 February 2007
Why is Sensory, Inc. and Speech Recognition mentioned?
The section discussing the microphone includes the text, "The microphone used speech recognition from technology Sensory, Inc." I am at a loss why this is here, as there is no need for speech recognition on this microphone setup. Is this a link plant by Sensory, Inc. to get some PR? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Timmholt (talk • contribs) 20:31, 8 March 2012 (UTC)