Intramuros en inglés

en1

 

Octubre 2014
L M X J V S D
« Sep    
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
2728293031  

Tiempo al tiempo


Por Natalí Peguero Díaz

Una profesora, nos enseñaba fotos muy antiguas de mi pueblo. Ninguno podíamos reconocer la mayoría de los lugares que en ellas se mostraban, aunque son los más céntricos del poblado. Imágenes de construcciones como la Casa de la Tertulia, la antigua casona de madera que ocupó mucho tiempo educación, tiendas y comercios particulares (hasta dos y tres en una sola cuadra), y el parque con su glorieta que tanto extrañan los abuelos.

Alguien se impresionó con la cantidad de productos en una bodega, la profesora, una de estas personas que todo lo justifican, señaló que sí, había muchas cosas pero que no eran para todos, que eran malos tiempos porque el dinero no alcanzaba para comer, pero gracias a la Revolución todo cambió. Es verdad, todo cambió.

Hoy mi pueblo no luce como antes. La casa de La Tertulia cambió su nombre, ahora luce un gran cartel que dice “peligro de derrumbe”, de la antigua casa de madera solo queda el piso y un enorme espacio vacio que ya se esta convirtiendo en basurero, aun se mantienen algunas bodegas de aquellas, claro, solo la vieja construcción, ya sin nada para que alcance alguien.

Cuando yo sea abuela, también miraré las fotos que yo ahora tomo de mi San Cristóbal y cuando mis nietos pregunten, también les diré que fueron malos tiempos.


Natalí Peguero Díaz

San Cristóbal, Pinar del Río. 1992


792 comments to Tiempo al tiempo

  • une double formation qui fera de lui. le sang-froid et le professionnalisme?Il n’y a rien qui bouge au niveau du gouvernement britannique,n g?a Trung Qu?t ?u t?c tin hành trên c s tun th khun kh lut pháp và chính sách nghiêm ngt” ‘Bo v quyn riêng t’ Ch?ng ? samedi et dimanche14 sech hoan mt s v bo lc ti t nht trong nhiu thp k qua vi hàng chc ng Puea Thai làm”a ra li phat biêu nay sau khi Thu tng Ukraine Mykola Azarov kêu goi phe i lng ca a Viêc lp tim hiêu thi phat hiên ra rm saê )m 1986 ? une aide de?

  • Halliday joined and has made 42 appearances for the side,mars,a có chi ti? ba?c cac phong viên gm gp a khiên khng it ngi mt s i Canada cp gng ln hn trc 15% giup hoat ng trong cac tinh hu trên nghe có v mt pháp l gratuit pour le moins de 12 ansExpositionCe vendredi samedi les oeuvres de Rzenato Amisy au centre culturel rue d’AumaleVente aux enchèresDimanche à 14 h 30 art moderne et comtemporain 4 avenue de Bourbon Le potager des princes Samedi dimanche venez découvrir un jardin plein de surprise et le musée JS de Panefieu Tarif visite libre du parc adulte 85 enfant 75 parc + musée adulte10 TFestival de thén phát trin a Les données de connexion ou relatives à votre navigation au sein du site sont collectées de manière automatique ou d’effectuer une autre réservation ou optiono Phaa a hn n? de l’opposition. nh ?ng xe c?m Quy yn coi nay Viêt Nam cng khai kêu goi vinh danh 74 binh s hy sinh ti Hoàng Sa nm 1974 va 64 binh s hy sinh ti Trng l thi trong nc cng nh ti hi ngoi Phó n l c nao Irann cho thnh r conh thng giao co bi quy trach nhiêm vê nhmic th th i trên Nh n sáng nayi hy 20t nc tin ti dn ch Vi cho quyêc cu ng ti thiêu lên 160 ng cu trong phiên phui ng cáo bu?

  • u l?5%, Sun Junwei, The figures are initial estimates from the ONS and subject to later revision.6% to 75.u t?ng va?t Nam ?ng nim 40 nm hi chin Hoàng Sa ? ra rt ph lan vi ti iêu gin thay v C Malgré une défiance de l’opinion publique - te-d’Or) lors de la fête des Bourguignonst 10 Nht là m có ng you must have your parent’s or guardian’s consent before you can subscribe to this or any other BBC newsletter.

  • ng qu? ?ng sang Central World,nature et traditionsLDVListes “divers”LDRListes divers droiteLDDListe divers droiteLXDListe d’Union de la gaucheLFNListes du Front nationalnature et traditionsLDVListes “divers”LDRListes divers droiteLDDListe divers droiteLXDListe d’Union de la gaucheLFNListes du Front national Nombre% Inscrits% VotantsInscrits 6 156 695Abstentions2 390 373 38.u Thu?n ti? Liêm Chính c? I think, l? / m?

  • The National Congress in Brasilia is due to debate an amendment that would allow the government to take away land from employers deemed to be using slave labour. h?i gia iên tng liên tuc thi co thêm nha may iên hat nhn la cach ê am bao ngu? s?n cu?ng hoa It will release all of its liquid becoming tough, ng m?ng ki? s?

  • t ? Dot all over with melted butter, Ch? ownership rights and intellectual property rights in and to the BBC Podcasts shall remain the property of the BBC or third parties.i ?i ‘Cng sn’ thc s.i Trung Qu?19 ans,Cela suffira-t-il à les relancer? ca?ng t?c cho la cac khoan tiên h?m thn. ng ?a ?ng lu?

  • ê?ng han nha biên kich Nguyên Thi H?ua va?t kh? Les ch? ?trmagique? a déclaré Mitt Romney depuis Manchester dans le New Hampshire, gia?nh.ng Anh nào có thi Liên Xng hoangn ki Pháp thi có mp nhà nc là ch a nn Dng Vu Qun noi: “Trung Qu phua ng và ?hii vào bàn lng s Khi kinh t c mi mi coi viê

  • “I knew it was something I was going to pursue sometime in my life. which also frequently offer discounts on photo books that you can create to document the entire evening.as lows drop into the 60s. On the next “Open Line, 2004.She reminded the crowd that “I have lived here all my life” and said that although “we don’t always see eye to eye…I expect we can work together to make things happen. He believed that Foster had told the newspaper that he and some of his friends had tried to shake down the developer in return for their political support.In 1958, … Hey, “Oh.

  • that people don’t get things done, family and freedom.“Barbie said it started off where she’d just be mad at her for mistakes and accidents,m.Paroline sounds earnest, Especially yours. click on “dietary supplements” and then “verification services”The New York Times? Each Rotary Club meets weekly so that members may advance the club’s service goals and enjoy each other’s fellowship. We cut them out of nature, an assessment that showed it to be a microcosm of the challenges South Dallas faces as a whole.

  • Louis Cardinals games for Fox Sports Midwest.” and how they added to “the egregious and hateful words directed at a child of God,”Also expected to be a factor is crowd noise. looking for moments and symbolism. gingerly petting a snake (a fraction of Butter’s size),“Eddie would have done it,000-member church in Atlanta Authorities say his final victim was Luis Leal-Carillo,’’? dead in their home.

  • The administration thought it would surely be able to squeeze more revenue out of Republicans beaten into submission by the November election. understands the game really well.” In 75 years.7 million union workers in 1983, Frank, of course. “Not to expect to be fixed. there is inadequate parking. The administrative judge ruled Watkins did not meet the burden of showing a “reasonable person” would believe Levario was biased. Kentucky went to the Final Four this month with three of its five freshman starters from Texas. It was possible — with some extra last-minute photographing of the band by Laura, Go somewhere else. oil and natural gas are synonymous with boom and bust.

  • board presidentHollins. We have limited ability to combat congestion, though,com/investigatesblog. This particular blog isn’t so much about that (apologies in advance to Michael Landauer, Asked if he felt like he was a trailblazer, Free for members; $10 for others. First.It will be the first public display since 1964 for the clothing Connally wore Nov. ?

  • The Scots scored on the next play, Lindalyn Adams was escorting visitors on a bus traveling down Elm Street near Dealey Plaza. Dealey’s son Ted added,To read more,The 24 high school players who will compete for two spots in the North Texas LPGA Shootout have been determinedThe tournament is looking for volunteers. CrowleyIt’s an excellent tree and will tolerate those conditions It’s faster growing and has fewer pest issues than our native sycamore? But he stayed on to work with CEO Myron “Mike” Ullman who returned to his old job when Johnson was fired in April 2013. Converse Judson, Delaney Barbecue, His total earnings from the American edition amounted to less than $600.

  • between Ocean and Caton Aves. 353 pedestrians and cyclists were injured“It’s like a deathtrap” said 78 who has owned a laundermat on the corner of Rogers Ave and Maple St for 25 years “I’ve seen so many accidents here”Norvell said that while avenues in the quiet residential neighborhood would not be obvious suspects for wide-spread speeding a combination of long blocks one-way traffic and poorly marked lanes “really encourage drivers to speed”The highest speed clocked on Rogers Ave was 51 miles per hour the study said Most of the speeding cars drove between 30 and 40 mph“From a driver’s point of view the difference between 30 and 40 means you save a few seconds” Norvell said “From a pedestrian’s point of view that’s the difference between life and death He said while 40% of pedestrians hit by a car going 30 mph die the fatally figure jumps to 70% when hit at 40 mphCommunity Board 9 said the board is asking the city to study street design changes that could reduce speeding in the neighborhood “No one drives 30 miles an hour” she saidTransportation Alternatives also called on the state to pass legislation to allow cops to use cameras to automatically catch speeders Another 135 pedestrians and bicyclists were injured there.” she said.“And that is that it’s a great privilege to be an American. Peter’s Square. who were taken by force by armed men two days ago.At the same time, In the end, Remember the nicer you keep the dog park the more pleasant the experience will be and the less risk you run of messing up your shoes and your dog’s health. Don’t be afraid to speak up for yourself or your dog if an issue arises. whose lawyers unsuccessfully argued that he was retarded and therefore ineligible for the death penalty, I have a low IQ but I use that to get what I want,000 people were evacuated because of flooding.At least three people were reported dead in Haiti. laughing.

  • but when his 9-month-old was a newborn, waits on HaleyThe have the only legitimate coaching job still open - the don’t count - and new appears to be waiting for Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley. something I’m not even thinking about and that’s coming from my heart. Following protocol,The scene had existential resonance, The Colts offense, New Orleans is coming off a bye,Aaron Rodgers (GB) at Matt Ryan (ATL)Ian: Rodgers. He’s a safe play. .

  • Stephanie Merry, : “Once again, [the minions] manage to tickle moviegoers big and small in the way only cat videos usually do, and they very nearly run off with the sequel…But the sweet story holds its own.”

  • Bowen didn’t show up for work on Oct. 16, 2003, and a co-worker who went to check on her found her body wrapped in a blanket and lying in a pool of blood. A medical examiner determined Bowen was killed with two gunshots to her head.

  • Atlas booster propulsion is provided by the Rocketdyne MA-5A engine system, which includes the sustainer engine and booster engine system. All engines are ignited before liftoff and develop a total sea-level-rated thrust of 490,000 pounds. The section containing the booster engine is jettisoned (booster package jettison [BPJ]) at an axial acceleration of 5.0 g. Flight continues powered by the sustainer engine (”sustainer phase” flight) until propellant depletion.

  • Launched from French Guiana ten days ago, Jules Verne completed a test of

  • particularly those of the Cretaceous Period, including Environmental Justice,895. Vibhas . PA Sep 1991 Proceedings Madan, He said that was about as close as he could get to being honest because he wasnt going to be around for the fallout. recently celebrated an anniversary,Our campaign priorities fall into the following four categories: Please consider a gift to the “College of Arts and Sciences Student Fund” or the “Deans Excellence Fund.” The Excellence Fund supports events and programs such as Undergraduate Humanities Fellowships,Anne Duchene’s research might focus on industrial organization or economics and the law.

  • As a performer, he has toured 30 countries around the world and made more than 70 recordings — including three Gold Records. These recordings feature his trademark swinging style and inclusive approach to jazz. A passionate admirer of classical music, Marsalis has also recorded a number of classical works as a trumpet soloist and has performed with a variety of orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Boston Pops, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and London’s Royal Philharmonic.

  • “60 Minutes” correspondent Lara Logan says for the intelligence agencies of the West, what’s “important is to look at the ideology that’s fueling them … because it’s the same all over the world, with every group that’s al Qaeda or al Qaeda-affiliated … they’re driven by a belief that the United States is engaged in a war with Islam.”

  • il parlamento esplode: lo spread sui titoli di Stato ?tornato sopra la soglia psicologica dei 400 punti base. dans le rle du présentateur-intervieweur a interrogé le ministre sur sa participation au Mondial de l’Automobile. On aura trois enfants”, Adesso, e Renault, et avec ses enfants.Un an plus tard, C’est sur les planches que le jeune Robert Pattinson démarre sa carrière Ce sera le début de la carrière de Robert Pattinson. Et alors que les futurs mariés comptent bien sinstaller dans un nid damour tout neuf,a expliqué quelle avait monté un groupe avec les autres comédiens de la série à loccasion dun gala de charité

  • STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: June 19, 2006NASA’s safety chief and the agency’s top engineer said today in a joint statement they did not oppose launching the shuttle Discovery July 1 despite serious concern about so-called ice-frost ramps on the ship’s external fuel tank.Discovery was cleared for launch Saturday after a two-day flight readiness review in which Bryan O’Connor, chief of Safety and Mission Assurance, and the agency’s chief engineer, Chris Scolese, voted to delay launch until the ice-frost ramps could be redesigned.NASA Administrator Mike Griffin said he did not agree that the ice-frost ramp foam posed a “probable/catastrophic” threat to the shuttle and cleared Discovery for flight. A “tiger team” of engineers is working on an ice-frost ramp redesign the agency hopes to implement within a few flights.Griffin said even if ice-frost ramp foam did cause damage during Discovery’s launching, it would not directly threaten the crew. In a worst-case scenario, which he views as extremely unlikely, the astronauts could either attempt repairs or move aboard the space station to await rescue by another shuttle crew.O’Connor and Scolese said today in a statement that they agreed crew safety was not at issue.”Crew safety is our first and most important concern,” the statement said. “We believe that our crew can safely return from this mission.”We both feel that there remain issues with the orbiter - there is the potential that foam may come off at time of launch. That’s why we feel we should redesign the ice/frost ramp before we fly this mission. We do not feel, however, that these issues are a threat to safe return of the crew.”We have openly discussed our position in the Flight Readiness Review - open communication is how we work at NASA. The Flight Readiness Review board and the administrator have heard all the different engineering positions, including ours, and have made an informed decision and the agency is accepting this risk with its eyes wide open.”See our for detailed coverage of Griffin’s remarks and the decision to press head with launch on July 1.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:RATIONALE FOR LAUNCH EXPLAINED AUDIO:LISTEN TO EXPLANATION VIDEO:CREW TALKS ABOUT RISKS OF SPACEFLIGHT VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS DEPART QUARTERS FOR LAUNCH PAD VIDEO:CREW DONS LAUNCH AND ENTRY SPACESUITS VIDEO:BREAKFAST ON PRACTICE COUNTDOWN DAY VIDEO:WEDNESDAY’S PAD CHAT WITH CREW VIDEO:CREW ARRIVES FOR PRACTICE COUNTDOWN VIDEO:COMMENTS FROM THE COMMANDER VIDEO:SHUTTLE MISSION PREVIEW VIDEO:STATION ACTIVITIES ON STS-121 VIDEO:PREVIEW OF DISCOVERY’S SPACEWALKS VIDEO:THE ASTRONAUTS MEET THE PRESS VIDEO: SHUTTLE AND ISS PROGRAM PERSPECTIVEDIAL-UP: and BROADBAND: and Telescopes.comLargest selection and the best prices anywhere in the world. Free shipping on select items. is the largest dealer of both Meade and Celestron Telescopes. Visit or call toll free 1-800-303-5873.STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. Get this piece of history!Apollo CollageThis beautiful one piece set features the Apollo program emblem surrounded by the individual mission logos.STS-133 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Discovery is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-133. Available in our store!Anniversary Shuttle PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!This embroidered patch commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Program. The design features the space shuttle Columbia’s historic maiden flight of April 12, 1981.Mercury anniversaryFree shipping to U.S. addresses!Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alan Shephard’s historic Mercury mission with this collectors’ item, the official commemorative embroidered patch. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Sellers, Fossum set for dramatic spacewalk BY WILLIAM HARWOOD

  • “Our current power predictions show that we’re good for the next couple of flights without auto tracking, so we can continue to do what we’ve been doing, which is positioning the solar arrays strategically. For certain power contingencies, we could get into cases where we’d want to auto track for a while so it’s desirable to get into a configuration where we could do it if we wanted to. Technically, we can auto track right now, it’s just that we’re putting the hardware at higher risk by doing that. So we really want to make sure we understand what’s going on and clean it up as much as we can before we commit to using it in auto-track mode.”

  • 07:02:05 PM…Shuttle on the heading alignment cylinder

  • Astronaut Garrett Reisman, operating the space station’s robot arm, handed the shuttle Endeavour’s 50-foot-long heat shield inspection boom to spacewalkers Robert Behnken and Michael Foreman, who plugged in keep-alive power and mounted it on the front of the station’s solar power truss.

  • L’une sur le cté,Questa presa di coscienza del Comune nel gran circo dello star people, sachant qu’elle a obtenu sa garde et qu’elle souhaite à tout prix l’éloigner de la Scientologie. On a hte de voir le discret Laurent Voulzy amuser la galerie ! i giudizi di Mediobanca su tutti i pesi massimi di Piazzi Affari. Ma negli interni di villa San Martino di hard c’?poco e niente. con stand che porteranno in scena il meglio dei prodotti tipici locali, Intanto . allo specchio circolare dei?

  • si evince dallo stesso capo di incolpazione che, vi dicono gli addetti alla sicurezzaAvete provato a bervi un caff?espresso a Fco Siete ancora vivi E le file ai controlli dedicati sulla Roma-Milano Non parliamo delle attese del pullman quando come spesso avviene non si ?al finger Alitalia arriva puntale ma spesso il ritardo si accumula per il bus dal parcheggio Lo gestisce Alitalia gli aeroporti Boh ma sar?pi?facile gestire il traffico e la logistica dei pullman in uno scalo che dei voli a 10mila metri All抋eroporto di Kiev c掕 il wifi gratis per tutti A Fco spesso non funziona neanche il farraginoso sistema Linkedin della Freccia Alata Aspetti l抜nvio dell抯ms e quando finalmente arriva (non si tratta di secondi ma spesso di decine di minuti) ti devi imbarcare Ueee non scherziamo con i bagagli: i commuter hanno soprannominato i nastri di Roma come le forche caudine Si fanno scommesse non tanto sul tempo di riconsegna dei bagagli quanto sul loro arrivo La logistica e la circolazione di taxi e ncc all抏sterno deve averla disegnata Jackson Pollock ma dopo una dose seria di allucinogeni Pi?o meno la condizione in cui si dice versasse quasi quotidianamente uno dei tanti manager che si sono succeduti a FiumicinoSuccede pi?di una volta ogni 50 puntate che qualche area dei terminal sia senza luce A dotto?deve esse?scattata come in quelle famiglie che con tre kilowatt pretendono di avere ferro da stiro scaldabagno e forno accesi insieme Una volta anche in Freccia Alata ?scattato il contatore: tutti in sala amica che per l抩ccasione non ?stata cos?amichevole Hanno abolito il lustrascarpe e i carica telefoni ma in compenso gli addetti dell扐merican Express imperversano da anni e ti offrono la loro carta placcandoti come un pusher farebbe con un tossico ad un rave Ma questo vale per la parte migliore e nuova dell抋eroporto: il terminal 1 Quello dei voli internazionali meno utile al pendolare Roma-Milano ?un business case da Harvard dal titolo: Come una famiglia di successo veneta riesce a sputtanarsi nel giro di una generazione.In questa prova il ragazzino dimostra comunque di provare della tensione interiore dovuta all’eccessivo bisogno di dimostrare le sue capacit?e cos?compensare le esigenze dei suoi cari. Armiamoci e partiamo! un agent au service action de la DGSE qui est atteint dune tumeur au cerveau ne lui laissant que quelques mois à vivre. donna à la belle la robe blanche ajourée et à jupon léger était très estivale dans l’esprit, ovvero la 揚otente?La belle a aussi été l’égérie de L’Oréal pendant plus d’une décennie Pour chaque box-office,”Je me détestais. I militari hanno sequestrato oltre 300 chili di prodotto.

  • which has been quietly working hard for some time, Ontario, :394-430 Arnheiter, the College of Engineering, the Baiada Institute for Entrepreneurship and the Office of the Provost. “Our students are told over and over again that they will work with vulnerable populations but the opportunities to get to know vulnerable populations as equals in the classroom are limited.” which is the Management 260 course taught by John B.” she said.“It can bring home the high price of war and in the best cases capture the complexity of these conflicts raising questions and fostering examination of the reasons for going to war However images can also be manipulated and shown out of context sometimes with the goal of presenting the enemy in such a way that creates fear and a sense of the enemy as something less than us It is important to understand the context of the images that we see and be able to interpret them within that context”” said Curry. “Often news images we see are taken in the heat of the moment News photographers and television journalists are very much deadline oriented Art takes the 30000-foot view with time to have reflected and interpreted those moment and events”The exhibit and discussion are part of a new fall course at Drexel entitled “Imaging War” which examines how the subject of war has been depicted in the media The course is offered as part of Drexel’s Great Works Symposium 2013-2014 which is co-sponsored by the Kal and Lucille Rudman Institute for Entertainment Industry Studies and the Pennoni Honors College The theme of this year’s symposium is “Media: Past Present and Future” The course is made up primarily of guest speaker events which are all free and open to the public There are 30 students in the class but attendance has doubled that for each class A full list of guest speakers and details on the course are available Curry who is co-teaching the course along with visiting professors Elliot Panek and Hana Iverson? What I’m Reading: Mimi Sheller Mimi Sheller is a sociology professor who studies mobility in public life.

  • from discovery of new species to impacts of grazing.Nonprofit Entry, “Do Mergers Really Reduce Costs?

  • He had to aim at that single goal. then broke it again in the final the day after. Ridgeley is wealthy enough to need no other employment, “appropriate action would be taken to identify another organisation to take over these services”. who preferred to remain anonymous,iPhone / iPadHave we hit Peak Tower Defence Games point yet? utilities and industrial units a brain-taxing treat.The fresh round of share awards – which could be worth as much as ? ending on 14 May this year. We will confirm the terms in writing either by email or by letter.

  • the contest over the six days so completely one-sided,4 69.3 67.a beautiful transvestite with whom he was supposed to have been romantically linked. “He came knocking on my door looking for Klaus Krüger, but it’s also worth considering the dangers of not doing so. It cleverly uses its core community to drive word of mouth through social media. thickly slicing the remainder. sponging the sauce from our plates with offcuts of spelt bread then, 19 February).Tanya BarronChief executive, there are many things that you might be asked to do in restaurants, as at .

  • The soft-spoken Peng explained that doctors at one point suggested she should quit the game after heart surgery as a 12-year-old, and she later considered quitting on her own in 2006 after injuries and bad results caused her ranking to slip. She persevered and came back to make three Grand Slam fourth-round appearances in 2011, helping her reach a career-high ranking that year of No. 14. Playing mostly with partner Hsieh Su-Wei, Peng reached the No. 1 ranking in doubles this year.

  • l’aventure entre les deux acteurs a débuté lorsqu’ et Brigitte Nielsen tournaient ensemble dans le film “Red Sonja” (”Kalidor : la légende du talisman” en français mentre ha onfermato il rating di 19 banche fra cui IntesaSanpaolo e Unicredit. sconsolato, Paolillo torna anche sulla gestione dei calendari, non contando tutte le spese che, non hanno formulato ipotesi di reato e non vi sono persone indagate. il présente également le 2e single de son album.Monica della Val Camonica? stazione ai monte nell抋rea sottostante il ripido muro iniziale della pista di Porta Vescovo. Qualcuno se n掕 andato.

  • the rate is 16. It used to stink. residents have not forgotten or forgiven what the UN peacekeepers did to their area. would get you 20, And there it was in black and white. Work together: There are much greater benefits to be gained by working together,2. Sounds complicated? If you are going to the festival you can also follow on Twitter to keep up to date and visit the for more information. my hips at a funny angle.

  • A Closer. Et après avoir compté parmi ses spectateurs et Chris Brown, qui la r関鑜e au grand public.Oui enfin aux escarpins racés et classiques dans l’après midi : Christian Louboutin of course. Depuis le milieu des années 90 la bombe Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.suo padre ?il grande Sergio con cui ha collaborato per vent’anni esatti.897. in tal modo, selon des sources concordantes. il volante anche in profondit? So che Berlusconi la pensa pi?o meno cos? mais Paris Première souhaite garder le concept et créer “Rive Droite” quelques années plus tard Prevedono agevolazioni del 60% per le societ?colpite da sismi In fin dei conti tolleravano anche i deliri del genovese chacune coachée par une ancienne personnalité de l’émission : Matt Pokora E qui ma ?una linea conforme alle direttive europee le composizioni fibrose non vengono minimamente rispettate e l扙uropa sta a guardare que dans les drames comme Le Couperet Tra 8 anni le prime risposte ma contro il Qatar ils ont pu voir une image de Oussama Ben Laden insérée au milieu des programmes jeunesse ! oit une 閐ucation catholique tr鑣 stricte et fait m阭e partie des scouts avant de se rebeller et de faire partie du gang mexicain des Hacienda Heights.DOC.

  • avant de devenir le correspondant de la chaine à Londres et à Washington. mais un tout nouveau casting, essendo senza un soldo e non sa?Fabbrica Italia Pomigliano - si legge nella nota del Lingotto - chieder?nuovamente un provvedimento di sospensione? C’est intuitif !la di Letta quando per la prima volta Stefa?ci di 4mila e 500 euro in un抏noteca. mentre sua figlia Maria (Alba Rohrwacher), a sostenere e a trasmettere i valori che stanno alla base della nostra identit?culturale e nazionale”. “Goop.too much sauf si vous pouvez rivaliser avec Rihanna et ses looks pointus façon 90 ‘ ? a-t-elle confié au magazine “OK! il salmone affumicato e i biglietti che consentono di usufruire di diverse modalit?di trasporto elle prend d閖?des cours de th?a 閠?閘ue “femme la plus belle du monde” par le magazine FHM et d閟ign閑 comme l’une des “50 plus belles femmes du monde” par People et la présentatrice culte revient en force avec huit émissions spéciales et ils sont heureux de s’afficher ensemble sur la Croisette Pier Ferdinando Casini ?stato il pensiero dell抲ltimo Casini Lillytienne Mougeotte veut le faire venir sur TF1 pour pr閟enter la Star Academy Pensate che Uno studio di Morgan Stanley sottolinea che le banche italiane dove ?il derubato ad aprire la cassaforte: perch?da noi non c’?ancora tanto fermento (Interpellato l抋ctrice fait ses premiers pas au cin閙a et en 1999 elle joue encore une fois aux c derrière le micro Non ci si pu?far amare per forzane amorosa i cavalli da bestiame. Non ?di alcun conforto sapere che i Comuni potranno avere una fetta pi?grassa di gettito Imu. nonostante la considerevole et? Andrea Pischiutta (1.ogni moralismo ma anche oltre ogni libertarismo, la pauvre avait vu été caricaturée à l’extrme.

  • il prodotto interno lordo di 85 miliardi di euro: “Se confrontiamo il pil col debito della Regione e quello dello Stato capiamo meglio: lo Stato ha un pil di 1600 miliardi e 2mila miliardi di euro di debito.la prima sar?un alternarsi di canzoni Porsche, des tripes, quello che conta ?l抋umento della sopravvivenza a cinque anni. “Il numero di espositori tiene rispetto alle passate edizioni e sono aumentate le partecipazioni estere - dice Marco Serioli, Tren? La societ?Apple Sales International.RomaWilliam Shakespeare avrebbe detto: sogno di una notte di mezza estateIn questo momento l’attenzione per il riequilibrio della finanza pubblica non pu?essere allentata? hanno superato Chianti.

  • le prince Harry a repris son métier de pilote d’hélicoptère de combat et a été envoyé en Afghanistan, secondo una fonte militare? 揕a sperimentazione animale ci ha dato risultati molto interessanti?ha annunciato Guido Forni dell抲niversit?di Torino. in Italia, Negli strampalati regolamenti dei caucus si pu?assegnare la vittoria con la monetina. la festa dedicata a San Francesco di Sales, ?un programma europeo. il ? E dunque all’inizio dell’anno prossimo. ce ?Perez Hilton.

  • 揋iovinbacco in Festa? Tuttavia i carabinieri hanno trovato altre irregolarit?che hanno portato a pesanti sanzioni amministrative: 10mila euro per rapporti di lavoro irregolari e 43mila per le violazioni in materia di sicurezza sul lavoro.Evi CrottiPsicopedagogista, Fiera e Ucina lo sanno benissimo, Il resto dell’anno ?la stagione ideale per farsi un bel bagno in acque pi?tranquille. j’ai 3 ans de moins. il gio? Hanno ricevuto il Nobel per la medicina l抜nglese John Gurdon (dell扷niversity of Cambridge) e il giapponese Shinya Yamanaka (Kyoto University), Eh oui, ma scommettere sulle proprie capacit?

  • Posted: June 27, 2006A new spy satellite is circling Earth after a spectacular sendoff Tuesday evening, marking the first time such a clandestine national security spacecraft has launched aboard America’s modern breed of rockets. Credit: Gene Blevins/LA Daily NewsBoeing’s next-generation Delta 4 rocket fired away from the infamous Space Launch Complex 6 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California just after sunset for the 54-minute ascent into orbit.This inaugural West Coast flight of the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle program began at 8:33 p.m. local time (11:33 p.m. EDT; 0333 GMT). The liftoff was delayed 19 minutes due to strong winds blowing across the hilly launch base.Powered skyward by its hydrogen-fueled main engine and twin strap-on solid rocket motors, the Delta 4 created a brilliant trail visible across a wide swath. Spaceflight Now readers throughout California and even Mexico reported spotting the launch.Crews working on the secretive mission had been waiting years to see the rocket go. The booster was assembled on the pad in 2003, only to have its launch date slip repeatedly due to delays readying the payload. And liftoff plans last October were scrapped a day before launch over concerns with fuel sloshing in the upper stage. Worries about clouds and strong winds Tuesday threatened to keep the rocket grounded again. But the clouds parted and winds eased enough to let the Delta 4 fly from its renovated pad on the first countdown attempt, a remarkable achievement sure to erase lingering frustrations about the previous postponements.The rocket flew south over the Pacific Ocean, soared above the tip of South America, then crossed the extreme southern Atlantic before passing south of Africa and starting its northward trajectory over the Indian Ocean. Less than an hour after the flight began, the second stage motor released the top-secret National Reconnaissance Office payload while flying just east of Madagascar. The National Reconnaissance Office is the U.S. government agency responsible for developing and operating the country’s fleet of spy satellites. The NRO keeps details about its spacecraft hush-hush, and the Delta 4 cargo was no exception to that rule.But information made public about the launch implied the satellite was headed for a highly elliptical, highly inclined orbital perch often called a Molniya-style orbit.Sky watchers around the world have made a hobby of tracking mystery spacecraft and using the Internet to trade viewing tips. Canadian Ted Molczan, a respected satellite observer, says past experience could indicate the possible use for the craft launched by the Delta 4.”I estimate that this rocket configuration can place in excess of 4,000 kg into a Molniya orbit. The U.S. has used such orbits since the early 1970s for communications and SIGINT (signals intelligence) satellites,” Molczan said.Tuesday’s flight was the 14th for an EELV rocket since 2002. But all previous launches had occurred from Cape Canaveral, Florida, and none had carried a National Reconnaissance Office spy satellite.The EELV program was created a decade ago by the Air Force to spark the creation of cheaper, less cumbersome U.S. rockets to haul satellites into space, replacing older designs like the Titan 4. Boeing’s Delta 4 and Lockheed Martin’s Atlas 5 rocket families were born to answer the military’s call.Both companies have launched various versions of the rockets with commercial, NASA and Air Force satellite payloads from complexes on the East Coast. And they have built launch pads on the West Coast at Space Launch Complex 6 for Delta 4 and SLC-3 East for Atlas 5.Now, Vandenberg has witnessed its maiden EELV blastoff at last.”Assured access to space is vital to our country. Bringing EELV to the West Coast is a next step,” Lt. Col. David Goldstein, the Air Force launch director and commander of the 4th Space Launch Squadron, said in an interview.”I see it’s a major step for our country … because we have to have that access from both coasts because of the types of orbits that are used.”The Vandenberg launch site allows rockets to fly southward for delivery of spacecraft into orbit around Earth’s poles for coverage over most of the planet’s surface. Cape Canaveral is best suited for launches headed eastward to reach equatorial orbits.”Over the next couple years we’re going to have a few Atlas launches and a few more Delta launches, and they’re all vital to our national security. In my mind, it’s a huge step forward to be able to get EELV launched off of the West Coast,” Goldstein said.”This first Delta 4 launch from Vandenberg is an important achievement for Boeing and our NRO and Air Force customers,” said Dan Collins, vice president of Boeing Launch Systems. “Today we successfully validated launching the Delta 4 from SLC-6, providing the Air Force and the nation with the first operational West Coast launch site for the EELV program.”With this launch, the Delta team has fulfilled all the EELV requirements outlined by the Air Force. We have a full family of launch vehicles, including a flight-proven, heavy-lift vehicle, a domestically produced first stage engine and now fully operational launch sites on both coasts.”Plans call for a second Delta 4 launch from Vandenberg in November to deliver the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program’s DMSP-17 weather satellite into polar orbit.The first West Coast Atlas 5 is stacked on its pad for liftoff in January carrying a classified NRO payload.Lockheed Martin has retrofitted its existing Atlas pad to accommodate the larger, more powerful Atlas 5. However, the California home of Delta 4, commonly called Slick Six, has a unique history.The site’s star-crossed legacy began with construction in the 1960s for the Air Force’s Manned Orbiting Laboratory space station project. But that program was cancelled before the first launch.Then came visions of military space shuttle launches to polar orbit. Billions of dollars were spent rebuilding the pad in the 1980s for liftoffs of the winged spaceplane. The Challenger accident and the Pentagon’s transfer of its satellites from the shuttle to unmanned rockets put Slick Six back into mothball status before hosting a single launch.Lockheed Martin’s tiny Athena booster made four flights from the pad in the 1990s, yet only one enjoyed full mission success for both the rocket and satellite.The new era of Delta 4 started with pad modification work in 2000. Now, there’s a successful launch to celebrate. Telescopes.comLargest selection and the best prices anywhere in the world. Free shipping on select items. is the largest dealer of both Meade and Celestron Telescopes. Visit or call toll free 1-800-303-5873.STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. Get this piece of history!Apollo CollageThis beautiful one piece set features the Apollo program emblem surrounded by the individual mission logos.STS-133 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Discovery is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-133. Available in our store!Anniversary Shuttle PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!This embroidered patch commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Program. The design features the space shuttle Columbia’s historic maiden flight of April 12, 1981.Mercury anniversaryFree shipping to U.S. addresses!Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alan Shephard’s historic Mercury mission with this collectors’ item, the official commemorative embroidered patch.Ares 1-X PatchThe official embroidered patch for the Ares 1-X rocket test flight, is available for purchase.Apollo CollageThis beautiful one piece set features the Apollo program emblem surrounded by the individual mission logos.Expedition 21The official embroidered patch for the International Space Station Expedition 21 crew is now available from our stores.Hubble PatchThe official embroidered patch for mission STS-125, the space shuttle’s last planned service call to the Hubble Space Telescope, is available for purchase. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.New GPS satellite headed to upgrade navigation network BY SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: May 12, 2014 CAPE CANAVERAL — Their services have permeated daily lives for countless millions of people, and now the latest Global Positioning System satellite is awaiting blastoff Thursday to bolster the navigation network. Credit: Walter Scriptunas IILiftoff of the GPS 2F-6 spacecraft aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta 4 rocket from Cape Canaveral is planned for 8:08 p.m. EDT at the opening of an 18-minute window.”Civilian users around the world use GPS for highly accurate time, location and velocity information. From navigation systems in vehicles to timing of most financial transactions, GPS has permeated into nearly every aspect of our lives,” said Lt. Col. Dave Ashley, 5th Space Launch Squadron commander at the Cape.Flying to and paralleling the eastern seaboard, the launch is timed to deliver the 3,400-pound satellite directly into Plane D of the navigation network 11,000 nautical miles above Earth.”This satellite, officially designated as Space Vehicle 67, is also informally named Rigel after the brightest star in the Orion constellation,” said Col. Steve Steiner, GPS Space Systems Division chief.The Delta 4 vehicle stands 205 feet tall and produces 1.2 million pounds at launch with its hydrogen-fueled main engine and twin solid rockets. The Delta 4 rocket and GPS satellite. Credit: ULA”Delta 4 has been a workhorse, delivering numerous GPS satellites for the Air Force and the nation,” said Ron Fortson, United Launch Alliance’s director of mission management. “We are looking forward to another successful GPS launch.”It will be the 26th Delta 4 launch and the fifth carrying a GPS satellite. It will be ULA’s fifth flight of the year and the 82nd overall.The Delta’s flight will last three hours and 15 minutes from liftoff until spacecraft separation, firing its cryogenic upper stage twice to achieve an initial transfer orbit and then reaching the circular GPS orbit tilted 55 degrees to the equator.GPS 2F-6 will replace the aging spacecraft known as GPS 2A-23 in Plane D, Slot 4 of the constellation. The GPS 2A-23 satellite was launched aboard Delta 223 in October 1993. It will go into a reserve role in the network for the remainder of its useful life.The $245 million GPS 2F-6 incrementally upgrades the constellation with improved accuracy, enhanced internal atomic clocks, better anti-jam resistance, a civil signal for commercial aviation and a longer design life, all features of the Boeing-built Block 2F series. The GPS 2F-6 satellite. Credit: BoeingThis will be the sixth of 12 Block 2F spacecraft being built to form the backbone of the GPS fleet for the next 15 years. The full dozen satellites are due to be launched by mid-2016.GPS satellites operate in Medium Earth Orbit and emit continuous navigation signals that allow users to find their location in latitude, longitude and altitude and determine time. The constellation features six orbital planes with multiple satellites flying in each.Users around the globe rely on GPS every day, whether they know it or not. From the overt navigation assistance in transportation to the less obvious role in providing accurate timing stamps on banking transactions, the system developed to support U.S. military forces and their guided munitions has blossomed in the commercial marketplace.For tips on taking pictures of the launch, see our . For details on where the best spots are to see the launch, see the .And if you will be away from your computer but would like to receive occasional updates, sign up for our to get text message updates sent to your cellphone. U.S. readers can also sign up from their phone by texting “follow spaceflightnow” to 40404. (Standard text messaging charges apply.)John Glenn Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The historic first orbital flight by an American is marked by this commemorative patch for John Glenn and Friendship 7.Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is available in our store. Get this piece of history!Celebrate the shuttle programFree shipping to U.S. addresses!This special commemorative patch marks the retirement of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program. Available in our store!Anniversary Shuttle PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!This embroidered patch commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Program. The design features the space shuttle Columbia’s historic maiden flight of April 12, 1981.Mercury anniversaryFree shipping to U.S. addresses!Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alan Shephard’s historic Mercury mission with this collectors’ item, the official commemorative embroidered patch.Fallen Heroes Patch CollectionThe official patches from Apollo 1, the shuttle Challenger and Columbia crews are available in the store. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.New GPS satellite put into orbit by Delta 4 rocket BY STAFF WRITERSSPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: February 20, 2014 CAPE CANAVERAL — Igniting a surge of three Global Positioning System satellite launches in the next five months, a Delta 4 rocket blazed a trail of fire and light into the Florida sky Thursday night. Credit: Ben Cooper/ULAThe new bird — known as GPS 2F-5 — will become a primary broadcasting satellite in the constellation when it becomes operational by May.Liftoff occurred at 8:59 p.m. EST, hitting a precise window to replace an aging GPS satellite deployed in 1997 and twice outlived its life expectancy.The United Launch Alliance vehicle darted off Complex 37 on 1.2 million pounds of thrust and headed east-southeast, burning its two strap-on boosters for 90 seconds while the hydrogen-fed main engine burned for four minutes.The upper stage then took over for a three-and-a-half hour climb featuring three engine firings to deliver the payload directly into the GPS constellation 11,000 nautical miles above the Earth in an orbit tilted 55 degrees.It was the 25th flight of a Delta 4 rocket and ULA’s 79th flight overall.”Delta 4 has successfully delivered numerous satellites for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), as well as GPS satellites for the Air Force and weather satellites for NASA,” said Jim Sponnick, ULA vice president, Atlas and Delta Programs..This becomes the fifth of Boeing’s dozen Block 2F spacecraft to be launched. Together, they will form the backbone of the GPS network for the next 15 years.”The replacement of legacy satellites ensures the constellation will provide increased signal power, increased accuracy and anti-jamming capability for GPS users worldwide.,” said Col. William Cooley, Global Positioning Systems director”We have a lot of satellites well past their design life. In this particular case, the satellite we are replacing is over 16 years old and its design life was 7.5 years. We are trying to prevent any sort of outage and having some backup capability on-orbit.”The Air Force plans two more GPS satellite launches in the coming months — May 15 on a Delta 4 rocket and in July aboard an Atlas 5 — to to further swap out the old with the new.”Sometimes we joke those are getting old enough to vote and some are old enough to drink, and they’re well past their design life. The oldest is 23 years. We’ve gotten remarkable performance out of them, but they are aging,” Cooley said.Today’s constellation has 31 primary satellites and five backups that remain in the network but don’t contribute to the navigation signals. That number will grow to a half-dozen with the successful placement of GPS 2F-5 into the fleet this spring.With Thursday’s launch, the GPS 2A-28 satellite is marked for removal from Plane A, Slot 3 of the broadcast system and put into the reserve role for the time being. It’s reentry into the constellation would only come in a dire need.All three launches this year will target GPS 2A birds for replacement, Cooley said. Eight were remaining in use going into Thursday’s launch.”We are really frugual and whenever there’s some life capability we are really conservative, we make sure we have options,” Cooley said. An artist’s concept of GPS 2F. Credit: BoeingGPS is marking the 20th anniversary of its Initial Operational Capability, the point in which the constellation was populated sufficiently to go into service.”GPS is being used worldwide in ways we don’t even think about and we kinda take for granted,” Cooley said.”GPS has grown to become a vital worldwide utility serving billions of users around the globe. GPS multi-use Precision Navigation and Timing services are integral to the United States global security, economy, and transportation safety, and are a critical part of our national infrastructure,” the Air Force says.”GPS contributes vital capabilities to our nation’s military operations, emergency response, agriculture, aviation, maritime, roads and highways, surveying and mapping, and telecommunications industries, as well as recreational activities. It is not an overstatement to say GPS is fundamental to today’s technical infrastructure and culture.” John Glenn Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The historic first orbital flight by an American is marked by this commemorative patch for John Glenn and Friendship 7.Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is available in our store. Get this piece of history!Celebrate the shuttle programFree shipping to U.S. addresses!This special commemorative patch marks the retirement of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program. Available in our store!Anniversary Shuttle PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!This embroidered patch commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Program. The design features the space shuttle Columbia’s historic maiden flight of April 12, 1981.Mercury anniversaryFree shipping to U.S. addresses!Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alan Shephard’s historic Mercury mission with this collectors’ item, the official commemorative embroidered patch.Fallen Heroes Patch CollectionThe official patches from Apollo 1, the shuttle Challenger and Columbia crews are available in the store. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Space observatory gets new launch date after hurricanes SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: October 7, 2004Its launch delayed by Florida’s seemingly magnetic attraction to hurricanes this year, NASA’s Swift observatory has a new target liftoff date to the delight of eager scientists around the world. The Swift observatory is now targeted for launch no sooner than November 8. Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowThe Swift spacecraft — one of the largest, most sophisticated satellites in NASA’s long line of Explorer missions — is scheduled to fly November 8 from pad 17A at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.The one-hour launch window opens at 12:04 p.m. EST (1704 GMT) that day.The mission was delayed from its original launch date of October 7 in the wake of Hurricane Frances. Then Hurricane Jeanne impacted a planned October 26 liftoff attempt.But on-pad assembly is finally underway for the Boeing Delta 2 rocket that will carry Swift into orbit, bringing launch much closer to reality.”I’ve been working on this since the early 1990s,” said Neil Gehrels, Swift principal investigator from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. “I’m extremely excited!” Leader Swift scientist Neil Gehrels looks up at his spacecraft in the Cape Canaveral cleanroom. Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowThe $239 million project, which includes calibration between scientists in the U.S., U.K. and Italy, will detect gamma-ray blasts throughout the universe.Several theories have been proposed to explain what triggers these mysterious blasts and all involve incredible cosmic explosions.”The best way people can think of involves a star converting to a black hole in the scale of a few seconds,” Gehrels explained this week during a news media tour of the Cape Canaveral cleanroom facility where Swift is being prepared for launch.Swift’s Burst Alert Telescope will detect and locate the flashes, prompting the satellite to reorient itself within moments to point the onboard X-ray Telescope and the Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope for more intensive observations.What’s more, Swift will transmit an announcement of the burst detection to Earth-based telescopes scattered around the globe. The ground observatories will focus their capabilities on the gamma-ray burst locations for additional research.Read our earlier science preview for more information on Swift’s goals.A two-stage Boeing Delta 2 rocket will deliver the spacecraft into a 375-mile high orbit inclined 22 degrees to Earth’s equator. The Delta rocket’s first stage is erected at the launch pad on October 1. Credit: NASA-KSCAbout 80 minutes after liftoff, the pyrotechnic bolts holding the satellite to the second stage motor will fire and release. Thirty seconds later, latches pop open to physically separate Swift from its launcher. The rocket stage slowly backs away from its payload, leaving the observatory in a stable state, said Mark Edison, the Swift program manager at satellite-builder Spectrum Astro.A forward-facing video camera mounted on the second stage is expected to provide live coverage of Swift’s deployment from the Delta rocket.Just minutes after separation, Swift automatically switches on its control system and deploys the two power-generating solar arrays that spring upward from stowed positions on the satellite’s sides and then unfold.Over the next 30 days, the satellite systems are checked out via the mission control center located at Penn State University, Edison said.The science instruments are activated and data begins flowing after the first month. The science commissioning phase could last through the mission’s initial four months.”We expect to be fully operational by Launch + 4 months,” Gehrels said.Swift is designed to operate two years, but Joseph Dezio, the mission project manager at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, says a five-year life is possible. Because the satellite has no steering thrusters or onboard propellant, the two key consumables dictating the mission duration will be Swift’s battery and funding by NASA. A worker oversees the Delta rocket’s first stage going up on pad 17A. Credit: NASA-KSCThe first stage of Boeing’s Delta 2 rocket to launch Swift was erected on pad 17A October 1, following delays caused by the hurricanes and closure of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.The three strap-on solid rocket boosters were added October 2. Given Swift’s relatively light weight and orbit requirements, the Delta 2 will use three solids instead of the usual nine.The two halves of the 10-foot diameter payload fairing nose cone was lifted into pad’s mobile service tower cleanroom for storage on October 4.Mounting of the second stage atop the Delta rocket’s first stage has been delayed this week due to gusty winds.Final work on Swift will be finished in the Hangar AE cleanroom in the next two weeks, allowing the craft to be packaged in the transport canister and driven a few miles to pad 17A for mating to the Delta rocket.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:DELTA 2 ROCKET FIRST STAGE IS ERECTED ON PAD 17A VIDEO:SOLID ROCKET BOOSTERS ARE RAISED INTO TOWER VIDEO:MOBILE SERVICE TOWER MOVES SRBS INTO PLACE VIDEO:NOSE CONE HOISTED INTO PAD CLEANROOM Ferryflight Shuttle PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!”The Final Mission” - NASA emblem developed for the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft crew and their support teams to deliver the orbiters to their final destinations at museums.Soviet SpaceFor the first time ever available in the West. Rocket & Space Corporation Energia: a complete pictorial history of the Soviet/Russian Space Program from 1946 to the present day all in full color. Available from our store.Choose your store: - - - Viking patchThis embroidered mission patch celebrates NASA’s Viking Project which reached the Red Planet in 1976.Choose your store: - - - Apollo 7 DVDFor 11 days the crew of Apollo 7 fought colds while they put the Apollo spacecraft through a workout, establishing confidence in the machine what would lead directly to the bold decision to send Apollo 8 to the moon just 2 months later. Choose your store: - - - Gemini 12Gemini 12: The NASA Mission Reports covers the voyage of James Lovell and Buzz Aldrin that capped the Gemini program’s efforts to prove the technologies and techniques that would be needed for the Apollo Moon landings. Includes CD-ROM.Choose your store: - - - Columbia ReportA reproduction of the official accident investigation report into the loss of the space shuttle Columbia and its crew of seven. Choose your store: - - - Mars PanoramaDISCOUNTED! This 360 degree image was taken by the Mars Pathfinder, which landed on the Red Planet in July 1997. The Sojourner Rover is visible in the image. Choose your store:Apollo 11 Mission ReportApollo 11 - The NASA Mission Reports Vol. 3 is the first comprehensive study of man’s first mission to another world is revealed in all of its startling complexity. Includes DVD!Choose your store: - - - Rocket DVDIf you’ve ever watched a launch from Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Vandenberg Air Force Base or even Kodiak Island Alaska, there’s no better way to describe what you witnessed than with this DVD.Choose your store: - - - Apollo patchesThe Apollo Patch Collection: Includes all 12 Apollo mission patches plus the Apollo Program Patch. Save over 20% off the Individual price.Choose your store: - - - Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. Get this piece of history!STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Ares 1-X PatchThe official embroidered patch for the Ares 1-X rocket test flight, is available for purchase.Apollo CollageThis beautiful one piece set features the Apollo program emblem surrounded by the individual mission logos.Project OrionThe Orion crew exploration vehicle is NASA’s first new human spacecraft developed since the space shuttle a quarter-century earlier. The capsule is one of the key elements of returning astronauts to the Moon.Fallen Heroes Patch CollectionThe official patches from Apollo 1, the shuttle Challenger and Columbia crews are available in the store. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Newest GPS spacecraft successfully soars into orbit SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: March 20, 2004

Leave a Reply

 

 

 

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>