International Amplitude Base – The Info You are Looking for

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The All-embracing Amplitude Base (ISS) is a analysis ability currently getting accumulated in space.


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Alka-seltzer in Sphere of Water in Zerog

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Here is a video from the International Space Station of an Alka-Seltzer tablet being put in to a sphere of water in zeroG.


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Solar Power Stations

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Solar power involves making useable electricity from light from the Sun.


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Mir Space Station

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Dated March 23, 2001 past, the Russian space station, Mir finally completed his tour of duty for 15 years in space. The mission control center in Korolyov, outside Moscow station directs sized 33m x 30m x 27m with a weight of 137 tons of it entered the Earth’s atmosphere.


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Weekend in Orbit

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There is a Russian company which this week has announced plans to have a space hotel up and running in the next six years, and despite the price-tag, there is no shortage of people wanting to book.


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Mars, The First “Station” on The Way to Future

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The beggining of the space trip’s!


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Shuttle Program Closes

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My own history of the space shuttle program.


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The First Station to Change The Batteries for Electric Cars in Europe Was Inaugurated in Denmark

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The first station in Europe specifically designed to replace a discharged battery electric car with a loaded was opened near Copenhagen, Denmark, the first unit of a network of 20 to be built nationwide in the next nine months, said Better Place.


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Vanga Predictions 2011

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Vanga predictions 2011.


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Canadarm, Canada’s Space Mechanical Arm is Retiring to a Museum

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Canadarm, Canada’s space mechanical arm, is retiring to the Ottawa Aviation and Safety Museum.


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