/r/space Analysis


Ten Most Positive Sentences

Score Sentence
0.961 I'm ignoring the fact that there are far better shots of authentic aurorae out there - but I do think the photoshopping is pretty good - better than the hundreds of 'super moons' you see dropped in
0.920 We make something cool and functional, and use it to make something cooler and more functional, improving and branching out, each iteration getting better and better and better.
0.919 Anyway, I still love space and it was a great job for a high schooler who loves science.
0.918 I know that I would be a liar or a fool if I said that I have the best of the three Apollo 11 seats, but I can say with truth and equanimity that I am perfectly satisfied with the one I have.
0.908 I'm just wanting to have a better sense of how fast these machines gain altitude and speed, but all of this great camera work prevents that.
0.902 Thanks for posting all of this, I'm sure it's great, if I understood any of what it meant lol.
0.894 It's definitely years off, but I can imagine this being amazing on a big powerful iPad Pro or orther tablet.
0.894 Jeez man, there are some pretty fucking stupid Clinton supporters and some pretty smart Trump supporters.
0.883 Rico Rodriguez would have a lot of fun here. On a serious note, this is pretty awesome.
0.882 so yeah- clearly there's been tectonic activity on this amazing world!

Ten Most Negative Sentences

Score Sentence
-0.910 And I'll be damned if half the country are science deniers. All generalizations are a bad thing. I don't even care how hypocritical that last sentence is.
-0.910 You're confusing Korolev's death with the Nedelin disaster, and not doing a very good job of it.
-0.893 Both sides now crippled beyond repair, the remnants of their armies continue to battle on ravaged planets, their hatred fueled by over four thousand years of total war.
-0.893 It's a shame really :( I blame the Schiaparelli crash.
-0.886 those horrific holes in the ground that are overflowing with suffering and death, to produce the limited resources that the privileged few use to explore.
-0.878 I'm glad they were able to turn since lemons into lemonade, but I was always pissed at whoever screwed up at their cattle raising duties.
-0.869 ~200mSv was the average dose of Hiroshima/Nagasaki survivors, with 850 directly attributable cancer deaths out of 4800 cancer deaths .
-0.832 That Hornet must die, and die now.
-0.807 The war on terror doesn't count.
-0.788 but telling people we will >probably discover animal analogues in their ecosystem is just plain wrong and gives people the wrong impression.
213 of 505Ranking
10Overall Score
19Positive Score
8Negative Score
84Neutral Score
1.0%All Caps
4.4Avg Word Length