Sensory Bin 101

Why are sensory bins important? 

sensory bin 101

Young children learn about their world by exploring and experimenting using their senses. By observing a young toddler exploring  their environment you will see this in action. They look at,  touch, smell, and taste just about anything they come in contact with- this is how they learn. When their senses are stimulated, messages are sent to their brain which builds neural pathways that are needed for future learning.

Sensory bins are a great way for children to learn using all 5 senses at once. Child development theorist Jean Piaget described the way children learn by calling them “little scientists“. Through sensory play and sensory bins children are using the scientific method and are also building pre-math skills, fine motor skills, language skills, imaginative play, and much much more. Not only that but sensory bins are so visually appealing and fun!

For more reading Not Just Cute shares the Importance of Sensory Play for Young Children.

How do I create a sensory bin?

To create a sensory bin you must first have a container to put you sensory materials in. I use one similar to this clear plastic container that I bought at Target.

Next, you must decide on the theme of your bin and gather your supplies  You don’t have to have a theme but making themed sensory bins can be a lot of fun. I love doing them for holidays. Most sensory bins have a base which is usually made with rice or another sensory material. Next you add other items including scooping materials such as spoons, measuring cups, etc for scooping and pouring.

What do I put in a sensory bin?

Here are a list of possible bases:

  • rice
  • colored rice
  • cooked spaghetti or other pasta
  • dry pasta
  • popcorn kernels
  • oats
  • flour
  • cloud dough
  • beans
  • shredded paper
  • water
  • sand
  • leaves
  • dirt
  • flour
  • cereal
  • marbles
  • water beads
  • cotton balls
  • easter grass
  • jello
  • pudding
  • shaving cream

Any of these would be great by themselves but it is fun to add manipulative items which adds extra learning and experimenting opportunities.

  • spoon
  • small shovel
  • tongs
  • measuring cups
  • spatulas
  • cookie cutters
  • pompoms
  • wire cleaner
  • themed objects depending on your theme
  • toys
  • small figurines for small world play

For more great sensory bin ideas The Imagination Tree has wonderful sensory bins. Play Create Explore has a huge collection of beautiful and fun sensory bin ideas.

Tips

Be mindful of choking hazards. Sensory bins are supposed to be a closely supervised activity. Only put in what you are comfortable with your child handling. For my toddler I stick with things that are edible and that won’t be hazardous if ingested.

To contain the mess, take sensory bins outside or use a “mess mat” when indoors. I use a plastic shower curtain liner for the dollar store as my “mess mat” that I put under the sensory bin.

Be creative! Don’t worry, you can’t go wrong with a sensory bin. You can be as elaborate or as simple as you want to get and it will still be very beneficial for your child.

Help your child get even more out of sensory bins by playing with them! You can help them expand their knowledge while exploring. Talk with that and introduce new vocabulary words.

Store the materials in a large ziplock bag until you want to get it out to play again. Most of the materials can be stored for many months and used whenever you want.

Here are some of the themed sensory bins we have done. Just click on the picture to see the details!

Dinosaur Fossil Excavation with Edible Dirt

Dinosaur Fossil Excavation activity

 

Valentine’s Day Sensory Bin 

Valentine's Day Sensory Bin

Christmas Sensory Bin

Christmas Sensory Bin for Children

Witch’s Sensory Brew

Halloween Witch's Sensory Brew

Fruit Loop Colorful Sensory Bin

Fruit Loop Sensory Bin

Rainbow Spaghetti Sensory Bin

rainbow spaghetti

Easter Sensory Bin

Easter Sensory Bin

4th of July Sensory Bin

4th of july sensory bin

Halloween Sensory Bin

Halloween Sensory Bin

Do you have a favorite sensory bin? I would love for you to share a link in the comments section!

Also if you liked these sensory bins, follow my sensory play board on Pinterest!


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    We are using sensory tubs more and more in our space. I’m finding that my school-age have almost as much fun using them as my toddlers and preschoolers. Loved your list of suggestions here. I’ve posted a link to this article on our local providers blog (wccproviders.wordpress.com) hoping that others will realize how much learning this type of activity provides.

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      I think they are great for any age! Heck, I even love playing with them with my daughter. I love running my hands through rice, it is very relaxing! Thank you so much for sharing my link!

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    Thanks for giving your small explanation of WHY it’s important to use sensory bins. I have to be reminded of that every once and awhile. :) I loved all of your sensory bin ideas!

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      Thank you so much! I think that sometimes people don’t realize just how beneficial and educational sensory bins really are besides just being fun!

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      I am glad it was helpful. I know before I learned about sensory bins, I was unsure about them. I think some people can be intimidated by them, I know I was. I really hope this helps break them down and I can make people become a sensory bin lover like me! :)

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Credit: Northrop GrummanThe triple-body rocket lofted the 23rd and final Defense Support Programsatellite carrying an array of infrared sensors in geosynchronous orbit todetect missile launches and nuclear activity around the world.The Air Force’s DSP fleet is being phased out in favor of the Space-BasedInfrared System, or SBIRS. The new program will include payloads ingeosynchronous and elliptical high Earth orbits.”DSP’s legacy is one of service to the nation,” said Peggy Paul, DSPprogram manager at Northrop Grumman Corp., the spacecraft’s contractor.The first launch of a Defense Support Program satellite was on Nov. 6,1970, almost precisely 37 years ago.”I like to think of DSP as really providing a blanket of security that ournational has enjoyed since the early 70s,” said Air Force Col. RogerTeague, commander of the SBIRS space group at the Space Missile SystemsCenter.The formerly classified system was later unveiled to the public, withlaunches occurring aboard Titan rockets and one space shuttle missionbefore Saturday’s spectacular Delta 4 sendoff to punctuate the program.”A lot of folks are very much tuned to this being the last DSP launch, butit also helps us look toward the future as we prepare to usher in theSBIRS constellation,” Teague said.The $400 million satellite was deployed in a circular orbit with aninclination of about four degrees. When the craft will join its counterparts already in space is classified.”We have a very healthy DSP constellation,” Teague said. “That gives usgreat confidence for the next several years that the nation will beprotected.”The latest block design of DSP spacecraft are designed to work for atleast three years, with a goal of five years of service. Officials say some of thesatellites easily surpass those marks.”They are exceeding that two-to-three times over,” said Lt. Col. JoeConiglio, Air Force DSP program director. “It is a robust system that hasbeen able to do the mission far and above what it was ever designed for.”Combined, the satellites have lived 165 years beyond their minimumexpected lifetimes, according to Paul.”That’s 30 to 50 satellites that didn’t have to be launched,” she said.”That’s a real value to the government.”Sensors aboard DSP satellites have lived an average of more than fourtimes longer than their design lives, Paul said.The DSP system, originally developed to watch for Soviet missile launchesand nuclear tests, transitioned to a new role after the end of the ColdWar. DSP satellites have met the challenge of the emergence of new playersin missile and nuclear technology, according to Teague.”That brings a new threat to the stage that we’re trying to account forand make sure that we have capabilities to guard against that,” he said.Today’s DSP satellites carry more than 6,000 infrared detectors that areconstantly on the vigil for ballistic and theater short-range missilelaunches and nuclear detonations. The satellites have proven to be aflexible asset in providing early warning of both strategic and tacticallaunches, Paul said.The fleet provided early warning of Iraqi SCUD missile launches tocivilians and coalition military forces in Saudi Arabia and Israel.”DSP has really provided that capability that allows us to live in peaceand without fear and knowing that we’ve got a system that’s alwayswatching not only our homeland but also U.S. forces and allies abroad,”Teague said.Scientists have also used DSP infrared instruments to detect volcaniceruptions and wildfires, according to the Air Force.”Even though it’s a legacy system, our folks are still finding ways toexploit the capabilities of this system,” Coniglio said.Future system on the horizonNew satellites in the SBIRS program will join the heritage constellationin geosynchronous orbit beginning in late 2009, according to Teague.”We’re still extracting every ounce of value out of the DSP system,”Teague said. “But like all great systems, we’ve found opportunities andabilities to be able to improve that and we’re doing that with SBIRS.”The next-generation system also includes sensors mounted on top secret spysatellites in egg-shaped high Earth orbits. The first instrument packageis already in space, the Air Force announced last year.”This has been a truly revolutionary capability that we now have in HEO,”Teague said. “That gives us new glimpses and new capability that we nowhave the opportunity to exploit.”The first HEO payload is not yet operational, Teague said, but officialsare using it as a learning tool before a second group of sensors islaunched on another classified host satellite. The HEO system could bedeclared operational by the middle of next year.”As we look to launch the SBIRS GEO satellites, we’ll be bringing thoseinto the operational constellation,” Teague said.Teague said the first GEO satellite payload has been sent to a LockheedMartin Corp. facility and integrated on the spacecraft bus for thebeginning of a lengthy combined test campaign.The military holds contracts for two geosynchronous satellites withLockheed Martin, with an option for a third spacecraft. Teague said adecision on whether to exercise the contract option or move on to a newdesign is being discussed at the highest levels of military leadership.”There are a number of decisions ongoing within the Pentagon with regardto at what point do you take that snapshot and draw the line in the sandand say, ‘Hey, I’m going to move on to the next generation and how do I dothat? Do I evolve my current capability? Do I go out and do somethingcompletely different? All of those discussions are underway right now,” hesaid.The SBIRS system originally included plans for additional geosynchronoussatellites, but cost overruns and development delays caused those plans tobe scrapped.Cost estimates for the program have nearly tripled since its inception in1996. The soaring costs could play a role in a decision whether to launchmore SBIRS satellites or create a new system.”A big lesson that we have to keep in mind is that we’ve got to be able toappropriately manage our risks and making sure that we don’t bite too bigof an apple off at one time and that we can deliver something on budget,on cost and on schedule,” Teague said.The infrared sensors and the associated electronic systems for the SBIRSprogram are built by Northrop Grumman.The SBIRS payloads include a scanning sensor that will provide more timelydata than the DSP instruments. Other detectors on geosynchronoussatellites will stare at specific regions with increased sensitivity.Expanded short-wave and mid-wave infrared sensors will also allow theSBIRS satellites to perform a broader range of missions.”The scanning technology that we have on orbit with HEO is the exactidentical capability that will be on orbit at GEO,” Teague said. “It givesus great confidence going forward that what we’ve got is going to workgreat.”The SBIRS constellation will work in tandem with the Space Tracking andSurveillance System managed by the Missile Defense Agency. Originallycalled SBIRS Low and managed by the Air Force, the STSS satellites will bestationed in low Earth orbit to demonstrate the tracking and quickidentification of launches for missile defense applications.The first orbital members of the STSS program will be launched next year.”In the near term, we feel very confident and comfortable about where weare with being able to provide that surveillance capability,” Teague said.Spaceflight Now’s Justin Ray contributed to this report.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:WIDESCREEN MOVIE OF LAUNCH SHOT FROM PRESS SITE VIDEO:DELTA 4-HEAVY ROCKETS LAUNCHES WITH DSP 23 VIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH NEWS CONFERENCE VIDEO:ANIMATION OF DSP SATELLITE VIDEO:DSP 23 SATELLITE IS TRANSPORTED TO PAD 37B VIDEO:THE DSP 23 SPACECRAFT MOUNTED ATOP ADAPTER VIDEO:FIRST DELTA 4-HEAVY FROM LIFTOFF TO BOOSTER SEP. 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    The Delta 2 rocket ignites to launch GPS 2R-11. Credit: Carleton Bailie/BoeingAs the 50th Global Positioning System satellite rose to space Saturday, it celebrated the man who championed the concept of orbiting spacecraft serving as “lighthouses in the sky” to guide mankind with precision navigation information.The late Dr. Ivan A. Getting, credited as the visionary behind GPS and the founding president of The Aerospace Corporation, passed away last October at the age of 91.”Dr. Getting was one of the founding fathers of GPS over 30 years ago. He envisioned GPS and worked tirelessly to make it a reality,” said Jerry Heydinger, Air Force program manager for the GPS space and control segment.GPS satellites send continuous navigation signals that allow users around the world to pinpoint their position and determine time. The signals are so accurate that time can be figured to less than a millionth of a second, velocity to within a fraction of a mile per hour and location to within a few feet. In a lasting tribute that will circle 11,000 miles above the planet, a famous quote by Getting, “Lighthouses in the Sky, Serving All Mankind,” was inscribed on the GPS 2R-11 spacecraft.The quote, along with Getting’s name and the years of his birth and death were carved into a one-tenth-of-a-pound “trim weight” used on the satellite. The plate commemorating Getting is mounted on the side of the GPS satellite. Credit: Air ForceOnce the commemoration idea originated within Aerospace Corporation and the Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base, it quickly gained momentum.”It was obviously a good choice. Dr. Getting was truly a pioneer in the space and GPS worlds,” Heydinger said.”He not only laid the groundwork for GPS, but left his imprint on many other highly successful defense and technology programs integral to our national security and well being,” added Dr. William F. Ballhaus Jr., president and Chief Executive Officer of The Aerospace Corporation.The GPS 2R-11 satellite was successfully launched at 12:53 p.m. EST (1753 GMT) Saturday from Cape Canaveral, Florida.Riding atop a three-stage Boeing Delta 2 rocket, the craft was delivered into a temporary elliptical orbit stretching from 100 miles above Earth at the closest spot to nearly 11,000 miles at apogee. The Delta 2 rocket blasts away from pad 17B on Saturday. Credit: Carleton Bailie/BoeingIn the coming days, the craft will use its kick motor to circularize the orbit at 11,000 miles and join the GPS constellation where it will replace the ailing GPS 2A-19 satellite.”(This) launch is important for ensuring that the GPS system remains robust in its mission of providing precise positioning and time information to military and civilian users around the globe,” said Lt. Col. Michael Mason, Air Force Space Command’s lead for operations and sustainment of the navigation satellite system.The fresh satellite is replacing GPS 2A-19 because the 11-year-old spacecraft has a suspect Navigation Data Unit. “Failure (of GPS 2A-19) is not imminent,” Mason said, noting that the satellite will continue to be used as a spare. “But this (launch) in an important step to make sure we maintain the robustness of the constellation.” Built by Lockheed Martin, the $45 million GPS 2R-11 satellite will fill the Plane C, Slot 3 position in the GPS network.”The 50th GPS mission is a major program milestone and we look forward to achieving a successful on-orbit checkout to quickly place the satellite’s advanced navigational capabilities into operational service,” said Dave Podlesney, Lockheed Martin’s GPS 2R program director.”It’s our fervent hope and prayer that this GPS spacecraft will serve to guide soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines to their destinations and successful completion of their mission, and to their safe return home for years to come,” said Lt. Col. Brad Broemmel, the Air Force launch director. An artist’s concept of a GPS Block 2R satellite orbiting Earth. Credit: Lockheed Martin”GPS capabilities have become a key enabler to the way we perform joint coalition warfighting,” Mason said. “Today, it is impossible to envision putting young men and women into harm’s way without the advantages that GPS brings to the battlefield.”That being said, GPS capabilities have also become a critical enabler for an untold number of civil applications, and the Air Force fully understands its responsibilities and takes its role as the steward of GPS for civil use very seriously.”Twenty-six years ago, the first GPS satellite was launched aboard an Atlas booster from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. Eleven of the so-called Block 1 GPS satellites were launched through 1985, although one liftoff failed, as the U.S. military tested the space-based navigation concept.Today’s operational GPS system began launching in February 1989 on Delta 2 rockets from the Cape. 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Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowLiftoff is targeted for January 19 to deliver the Air Force’s fourth Wideband Global SATCOM spacecraft into orbit and continue ongoing efforts to upgrade the military’s main communications infrastructure.Each WGS has 10 times the capacity of the aging Defense Satellite Communications System spacecraft they are replacing.The satellites supply communications such as maps and data to soldiers on the battlefield, relay video from unmanned aerial reconnaissance drones, route voice calls and data messaging, and even offer quality-of-life considerations like television broadcasts and email delivery to the troops. was launched in October 2007 to cover the vast U.S. Pacific Command that stretches from the U.S. western coast all the way to Southeast Asia. satellite followed with an April 2009 launch to serve U.S. Central Command and the warfighters in Afghanistan, Iraq and other parts of Southwest Asia. went up in December 2009 to cover U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command, plus lend additional support over the Middle East. Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowNow comes WGS 4 early next year with its built-in enhancements to support the higher data rates needed by airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.The Air Force plans to put WGS 4 into operation over the Middle East and Southeast Asia for U.S. Central Command and U.S. Pacific Command.Getting the 6.5-ton craft into orbit is the mission for the powerful Delta 4 rocket, which began its pre-flight campaign at the launch pad this week.The bright orange and white rocket, stretching 170 feet long, emerged from the Horizontal Integration Facility at 4:30 p.m. EDT Monday. Riding a 36-wheel, diesel-powered transporter, the Delta took an hour-long trip down the road and up the pad’s ramp to Cape Canaveral’s Complex 37.Initial assembly of the rocket, including mating of the cryogenic upper stage with the Common Booster Core first stage using a precision laser alignment system, had been completed inside the Horizontal Integration Facility over the past couple of months.After the vehicle arrived at the base of the pad, technicians went to work Monday evening getting equipment ready to raise the rocket vertically. The pallets cradling the Delta were tied down to the Fixed Pad Erector and the transporter used to drive the rocket to the pad disengaged to pull away.The erector system and its hydraulic pistons then lifted the rocket upright at 10 a.m. EDT Tuesday, setting the vehicle atop the pad’s launch table within 20 minutes.Workers later unhooked the booster from the cradles, allowing the erector platform along with the pallets to lower back to the ground at 5 p.m.Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowOver the next three months at Complex 37, a full pre-launch test program and the final rocket assembly steps will be carried out, including installation of the four strap-on solid-fuel motors to the first stage and attachment of the payload.WGS 4 is scheduled for shipment from the Boeing satellite manufacturing factory in Los Angeles to Cape Canaveral on November 14 to undergo checkouts and fueling before joining its rocket at the pad.When fully stacked and its nose cone in place, this Delta 4 Medium+(5,4) rocket will tower 217 feet tall. 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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.Next GPS satellite moves to Cape Canaveral launch pad SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: June 27, 2011 A Global Positioning System satellite has been loaded aboard its ride to space, arriving Monday at Cape Canaveral’s Complex 37 for mounting atop the United Launch Alliance Delta 4 rocket.File image shows satellite payload pulling up to Delta’s pad. Credit: NASALiftoff of the GPS 2F-2 spacecraft is scheduled for July 14 during a 19-minute window extending from 2:49 to 3:08 a.m. EDT (0649-0708 GMT).The launch is timed to deliver the satellite into the GPS constellation to replace a 20-year craft that has long exceeded its expected lifespan.GPS satellites fly about 11,000 miles above the planet and emit continuous navigation signals that allow users to find their precise position in latitude, longitude and altitude and determine time. Originally built for the U.S. military, the GPS service has spread across the world as an indispensable commercial utility.The Air Force is in the midst of further upgrading the GPS network by deploying a new breed of satellite that features improved accuracy, enhanced internal atomic clocks, better anti-jam resistance, a civil signal for commercial aviation, a longer design life and reprogrammable onboard processors to evolve with future needs.The GPS 2F-2 satellite is pictured here at the El Segundo satellite integration and test complex earlier this year. Credit: The Boeing CompanyA dozen of these new satellites in the Block 2F series are being built by The Boeing Company. The first was successfully launched from the Cape on May 27, 2010.GPS 2F-2 was shipped April 19 from Boeing’s manufacturing facility in El Segundo, Calif., to the Florida spaceport in a C-17 Globemaster III airlifter. After arriving at the Skid Strip, it was taken to Area 59 were GPS spacecraft undergo their pre-flight preps.Launch base testing, the filling of maneuvering propellants and encapsulation within the two-piece rocket nose cone were among the activities accomplished at the satellite’s cleanroom hangar.A motorized trailer then carried the 3,400-pound satellite up the road to Complex 37 early Monday. It was positioned on the oceanside of the mobile service gantry and hoisted into the pad tower for bolting to the rocket’s second stage.A file image shows satellite payload ready for lifting into the Delta 4 rocket’s launch pad. Credit: NASAToday’s GPS constellation is comprised of 31 operational satellites, including 11 Block 2A’s made by Boeing, 12 Block 2R’s and seven 2R-Modernized spacecraft built by Lockheed Martin, and Boeing’s first Block 2F.Ground controllers expect to have the GPS 2F-2 satellite checked out and ready for use about 30 days after launch, the Air Force says.The new spacecraft will occupy the Plane D, Slot 2A location of the navigation network, which is divided into six orbital groupings with multiple satellites flying in each.The craft takes over the position held by the GPS 2A-11 satellite, which was launched by a Delta 2 rocket from Cape Canaveral on July 3, 1991.Remarkably, that aging bird continues to function despite the loss of some redundant systems and far outlasting its design life. It will be relocated within the same orbital plane as a reinforcement while living out its remaining usefulness.The Air Force recently completed an 18-month shuffling of six GPS satellites in the constellation to achieve “the most optimal geometry in its 42-year history,” according to the service. The effort will boost signal reception to users in difficult terrains and the system’s overall accuracy worldwide.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. 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The instruments onboard NOAA-N Prime include the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer/3 (AVHRR/3); High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS/4); Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit A (AMSU-A); Microwave Humidity Sounder (MHS); Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet Radiometer/2 (SBUV-2); Space Environment Monitor/2 (SEM/2); and an Advanced Data Collection System (ADCS). In addition, it carries two search and rescue instruments: the Search and Rescue Repeater and the Search and Rescue Processor and three Digital Data Recorders. Instrument Payload and CapabilitiesFor over 30 years, NOAA has freely and openly provided satellite data through direct broadcast to users in the United States and to all countries throughout the world. In the United States, any commercial firm receiving data through direct readout may provide tailored products to customers and/or viewers. In addition, polar operational environmental satellite data products are made available to users in the United States and throughout the world through NOAA’s Satellite Active Archive. The NOAA polar operational environmental satellites collect global data on cloud cover; surface conditions such as ice, snow, and vegetation; atmospheric temperatures; and moisture, aerosol, and ozone distributions; and collect and relay information from fixed and moving data platforms. The Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer/3 is the primary imaging system and consists of visible, near infrared (IR) and thermal IR channels. The primary sounding suite flying on NOAA-N Primeis the Microwave Humidity Sounder (MHS), the High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS/4) and the Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit-A, which measure atmospheric temperature and humidity. The Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet Radiometer/2 instrument is both an imager and a sounder. As an imager, it produces total column ozone maps. As a sounder, it obtains and measures the ozone distribution in the atmosphere as a function of altitude. Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer/3, built by International Telephone and Telegraph-A/CD (Fort Wayne, Ind.), is composed of six detectors: three view reflected energy in the visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum and three view energy in the near-infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. The Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (which is the type of instrument called an “imager”) observes vegetation, clouds, and the surface of bodies of water, shorelines, snow, aerosols and ice. It can detect the heat in the environment, the temperature of snowcaps and the sea surface, vegetation growth around the world and forest fires. From this data, scientists on the ground can determine whether snowcaps are growing or diminishing in size, the effects of changes in ocean temperature and other changes in the environment. The instrument has a scan mirror that continuously rotates and scans the Earth at six revolutions per second to provide continuous coverage. Scientists, commercial fisherman, teachers and many others use the data generated by the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer worldwide. High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS/4), built by International Telephone and Telegraph-A/ CD (Fort Wayne, Ind.), is an atmospheric sounding instrument. It observes “columns” in the atmosphere and obtains data from each of 20 segments (or bands) in that column. Each of these 20 bands can be associated with energy from a specific region and height in the atmosphere. By combining the data from the different bands, the instrument can generate complete temperature and moisture profiles. It can also measure how much of the Sun’s energy remains as it travels through the atmosphere. The instrument has 19 infrared channels and one visible channel. Each channel takes measurements at a particular frequency that is associated with a particular element (or gas) in the atmosphere. These gases are principally carbon dioxide, water and ozone. These measurements allow scientists to determine the amount of each of these gases in the atmosphere and the altitude at which they appear. Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit-A, built by Northrop Gruman (Azusa, Calif.,) formerly Aerojet, provides data that is used along with data obtained from the High Resolution Picture Transmission to produce a new suite of microwave-based surface and hydrological products, including global atmospheric temperature and humidity profiles from the Earth’s surface to the upper stratosphere, about 48 kilometers or 29.8 miles. Among these products are total precipitable water (water vapor), cloud liquid water, rain rate, snow cover and sea ice concentration. It has 15 channels and continuously scans the Earth’s surface and the atmosphere, measuring naturally emitted microwave signals radiated by the Earth’s surface and atmosphere. The microwave signals measured by the Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit-A range from 23 gigahertz to 89 gigahertz. The Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit-A is divided into two physically separate modules, each of which operates and interfaces with the spacecraft independently. Microwave Humidity Sounder (MHS) built by EADS Astrium and donated by the European Oganisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) (Darmstadt, Germany) is a new instrument for the NOAA series of satellites. It is a five-channel microwave instrument intended primarily to measure profiles of atmospheric humidity. It is also sensitive to liquid water in clouds and so measures cloud liquid water content. Additionally, it provides qualitative estimates of the precipitation rate. The MHS measures the amount of moisture (water) in the atmosphere. Because of the high variability of atmospheric water, the MHS has a higher resolution than the AMSU-A, with an approximate 16-km (10-mi) diameter circular field of view at nadir. Ninety such fields of view are measured in each cross-track scan. The instrument has approximately the same swath width as AMSU-A but scans across-track in one-third the time so as to keep the two instruments synchronized. By this means, arrays of 3 x 3 MHS samples will overlay each AMSU-A sample, facilitating synergistic use of these instruments. Space Environment Monitor (SEM-2) originally built by Panametrics (Waltham, Mass.), now Assurance Technology Corporation (Carlisle, Mass).The SEM-2 provides measurements to determine the intensity of the Earth’s radiation belts and the flux of charged particles at satellite altitude. It provides knowledge of solar terrestrial phenomena as well as warnings of solar wind occurrences that may impair long-range communications and high- altitude operations, damage satellite circuits and solar panels, or cause changes in drag and magnetic torque on satellites. The SEM-2 consists of two separate sensor units and a common Data Processing Unit (DPU). The sensor units are the Total Energy Detector (TED) and the Medium Energy Proton and Electron Detector (MEPED). Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet Radiometer/2, built by Ball Aerospace (Boulder, Co.) is flown on the NOAA afternoon satellites. It is a long-term monitoring device that takes global measurements and observes how elements in the atmosphere change over time. The Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet Radiometer uses its 12 channels to measure the amount of radiation (or energy) that comes directly from the Sun (using a diffuser) and how much energy is reflected back from the Earth. This information is integrated into a scientific model that calculates the concentration and distribution of ozone in the stratosphere. However, the primary use of the data from the Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet Radiometer is determining the vertical distribution of ozone over the global surface – how it varies at various distances from the Earth’s surface up to approximately 79 kilometers (or 49 miles). The instrument also provides for the generation of layer ozone values, which represent the amount of ozone found in a “chunk” of the atmosphere. Each channel on the Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet Radiometer detects a particular near-ultraviolet wavelength whose intensity depends on the ozone density at a particular height in the atmosphere. It is nadir pointing, which means that it always points directly toward the center of the Earth and does not scan the atmosphere as the other POES instruments do. The Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet Radiometer has a device called a Cloud Cover Radiometer that provides information on the amount of cloud cover in an image and removes the effects of the clouds from the data.Advanced Data Collection System provided by CNES in France measures environmental factors such as atmospheric temperature and pressure and the velocity and direction of the ocean and wind currents. Data is collected from transmitting devices on platforms in the form of buoys, free-floating balloons and remote weather stations. Transmitters are even placed on migratory animals, sea turtles, bears and other animals. Data is transmitted to the spacecraft for storage and subsequent transmission from the satellite to the ground. The stored data is transmitted once per orbit. Subsequently, the data is sent to the French Centre at the Centre National D’ Etudes Spatiales and the Service Argos Facility in Lanham, Md., for processing, distribution to users and storage for archival purposes. Search and Rescue instruments on-board NOAA-N Prime consist of a Search and Rescue Repeater built by Department of National Defense in Canada and a Search and Rescue Processor built by Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (Toulouse, France). These instruments detect distress calls sent from emergency beacons on-board aircraft and boats and carried by people in remote areas. The instruments on the spacecraft transmit the data to ground receiving stations or local user terminals where the location of the emergency signals is determined by Doppler processing. The Local User Terminals forward the information to a Mission Control Center where further processing of the information occurs. The information is then sent to a Rescue Coordination Center that affects the search and rescue. Since its inception in 1982, the COSPAS-SARSAT system has contributed to saving more than 24,500 lives. The Search and Rescue Repeater accepts signals from emergency ground transmitters at 121.5 MHz, 243 MHz and 406.05 MHz and uptranslates, multiplexes and transmits these signals at L-band to the local user terminals. The Search and Rescue Processor is a receiver and processor that receives 406.05-MHz signals from emergency ground transmitters and demodulates, processes, stores and relays the data to the next local user terminal that is within range of the Search and Rescue Repeater. Only the 406.05 MHZ service will be supported as of February 1, 2009. 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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.NPP: The next-generation weather watcher from space SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: October 25, 2011 Roughly the size of a sports utility vehicle, the environmental satellite launching from America’s western spaceport Friday morning carries a suite of modernized instruments to see Earth’s weather with crisper clarity than its decades of predecessors. The NPP spacecraft. Credit: Ball AerospaceThe NPP spacecraft will ride a United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket into its orbital vantage point, looping from pole to pole some 512 miles up.Built in Colorado by Ball Aerospace, NPP is the experimental precursor to the planned next-generation of weather and climate spacecraft that NASA and NOAA have begun developing, known as the Joint Polar Satellite System.”It will fly five instruments — VIIRS, CrIS, ATMS, OMPS and CERES — which will collect data on atmospheric and sea-surface temperatures, humidity soundings, land and ocean biological productivity, and cloud and aerosol properties, along with Earth radiation budget data. These data will contribute to long-term data records in support of monitoring climate trends,” said Andrew Carson, NASA’s NPP program executive.Weighing 2.5 tons and measuring 13 feet long and 8.5 feet wide, the craft has a hydrazine fuel tank at its core for feeding 8 maneuvering thrusters. It uses Firewire for onboard data transfers, communicates with the ground via S- and X-band frequencies and runs on solar power from its three-panel wing that gets deployed minutes after reaching orbit. “Data will be transmitted to the ground-receive station in Svalbard, Norway, and brought back to the U.S. via fiber-optic cables. From there it will be sent to both the Air Force Weather Agency and the NOAA Satellite Operations Facility where it will be processed and provided to scientists and meteorologists around the world,” Carson said.Four of the instruments are updated versions of previous spaceborne devices, while the fifth comes from earlier NASA observatories. This illustration depicts the key features of NPP. Credit: NASAThe Visible/Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) will produce those familiar pictures of clouds, plus take sea-surface temperatures for hurricane forecasting and perform land and ocean color surveys.This advanced environmental instrument is 10 years in the making.”It provides data products that result in action,” said Warren Flynn, VIIRS program director at Raytheon.”It provides four times better spectral resolution, three times better spatial resolution, seven times better sea-surface temperatures. It has a fully calibrated day-night band that gives us better weather coverage at night. It is taking visible radiometric imagery to the next level.”The Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder (ATMS) is another state-of-the-art instrument representing next-generation technology built smaller and less massive than before.”What’s unique about microwave sounders is (they) can see through clouds. We see all the way to ground. We provide that water vapor, temperature, pressure profile from all the way on altitude to the ground,” said Stephen Opel, civil space program manager at Northrop Grumman.”It is a significant amount of data that comes up through a 1.1-degree soda straw from the ground.”The Cross-track Infrared Sounder (CrIS) is half the size and uses half the power of comparable spectrometers previously flown in space.”CrIS is a hyperspectral infrared sounder, which is a real fancy way of saying it takes a lot of channels of data (from) a very compact infrared device. It is the next in a long line of sounders that ITT has built,” said Mark Poling, CrIS program manager at ITT Geospatial Systems.”It provides data to measure water vapor, temperature and pressure profiles from the ground all the way up to many thousands of feet. That allows numerical weather predictions to be much more accurate.”The Ozone Mapping and Profiler Suite (OMPS) will provide three views to continue the long-term data record of ozone measurements from satellites.”It is called a ‘suite’ because there are three distinct instruments aboard. One is called the Limb Profiler — it looks off the backend of the spacecraft looking at the orbit where we’ve just passed…The other two instruments are nadir that will look straight down from the bottom of the spacecraft. Total Column has a very wide field of view — over 100 degrees — and Profiler is a much smaller field of view — around 16 degrees. Together these provide a total column of ozone from the stratosphere all the way down to the Earth,” said Joan Howard, program manager at Ball Aerospace.”We also provide countless data modes so scientists will be able to mine the data for trace gas analyses and other things that we as engineers haven’t even invented yet for scientists.” The Clouds and the Earth Radiant Energy System (CERES) is the one instrument aboard NPP that is borrowed from earlier satellite missions to take the planet’s temperature and measure the Sun’s radiation reflected off Earth.”CERES monitors this radiance in three distinct wavelength bands — a shortwave band that includes all of the solar reflected light, a longwave band that measures the thermal emissions and then a total channel that goes from the ultraviolet to the far-infrared that measures the entire radiance of the Earth,” said Mark Folkman, Northrop Grumman’s director of products and sensing.”These three sensor channels are scanned back and forth across the surface of the Earth at 30 km of spatial resolution day-in-and-day-out, day-and-night, all around the globe. The trick here is that measurement is done with an unprecedented amount of absolute radiometric accuracy. By measuring the reflected sunlight thermal emission on a global scale, scientists are allowed to monitor the temperature of the planet and validate the models that calculate the effects of clouds driving planetary heating or cooling.”

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    but Tokelo Rantie is caught offside. Billy Bodin (Torquay United) right footed shot from the right side of the box is blocked. 58:04 Substitution Substitution Substitution, Gillingham. Gillingham. Norwich City 0. Jon Flanagan (Liverpool) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left.46:35 Goal scored Goal! Andrew Proctor (Bury) header from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. 15:18 Attempt saved. Delano Sam-Yorke (Cambridge United) right footed shot from the right side of the box is too high. “We could probably produce three or four teams because we’re so strong in sailing, pretty much like Formula 1. Robben and Van Persie then combined brilliantly on the right only for the Bayern Munich winger to fail to pick out one of two team-mates in the middle. Mark van Bommel also went close with a fizzing 25-yard strike that drew a superb save from Andersen.

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    To finish, return the fries to the hot oil for 3-5 minutes or until they are crispy. Change the absorbent towels on the sheet pan. Remove the crispy fries from the oil with a mesh skimmer. Place them on the prepared sheet pan and season liberally with sea salt. Serve.

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    “Abang, janganlah cakap yang bukan-bukan, ayang memang amat bahagia dengan abang, sekarang kita sudah menjadi suami isteri yang sah, jadi perkara lepas tu jangan la di kenang lagi, ok”.

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    2. In a medium saucepan over high heat, bring 3-1/2 cups water to a boil, and add 1/4 teaspoon salt. Slowly stir the grits into the water, pouring the grits in a fine stream. Reduce the heat, cover, and simmer until thickened, 15 to 20 minutes. Stir in the Cheddar, cover, and keep warm in the oven.

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    Whitney predicted on “CBS This Morning” that there’s going to be an “economy of two worlds” in the U.S. She said, “There’s going to be incredible opportunity in some parts of the country and real pain in other parts of the country.”

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    So far, authorities in Beijing have not commented. But following U.S. allegations of Chinese government hackers targeting America, the front page of the China Daily calls Snowden’s revelations a “test of ties” between the U.S. and China, and features an editorial cartoon suggesting no one is safe from American surveillance.

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    3. Pace yourself. You may have to work some longer hours in the time leading up to your vacation to address everything on your real to-do list, but try not to do it all the day before. Identify a few days over the two weeks before hand that you can work 30-60 minutes extra, rather than trying to do 6 hours extra while you’re trying to pack.

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    Reid’s return was a rousing success. [mp3 file: runs 00:10:20]ESL funding cutsThe province is slashing funding for English as a Second Language training at Camosun. We go deep into the forest withveteran Island mushroom harvester Flynn Sheedy.Titan is a technically interesting machine. The Oak Ridge boys will need to do some “careful implementation” in order to come out ahead of Sequoia in the Top500′s benchmarking tests, $34-million contract . which has owned the team since 2009 as several potential sales have failed to close, explaining the high degree of protection now within that group. Jeff Kwong is a Toronto family physician and scientist with the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences and Public Health Ontario.0 2.25pts. Erik Karlsson (Ottawa), with two in 2010 and 2013; Canada (2009); Russia (2011); and Sweden (2012). Man. One of Canada’s top fisheries scientists speaks out on what he sees as ineffectual leadership at the top and ambivalence down her [mp3 file: runs 00:10:04]Volleying back on the Saanich clay court proposalWe hear from proponents of clay tennis courts at Cedar Hill Rec Centreand ask why the issue is growing increasingly contentious [mp3 file: runs 00:06:58]John Horgan We speak with Malahat-Juan de Fuca MLA John Horgan about setting aside his leadership aspirations and what’s ahead for him and the New Democratic Party. We’ll talk to one of the plant neighbours. Graham Steele.

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    STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: September 11, 2006The shuttle Atlantis is closing in on the interational space station this morning for a linkup that will kick off a busy week of work to attach and deploy a $372 million set of solar arrays. Docking is expected around 6:46 a.m.”Welcome to a wonderful day in micro gravity and thanks for your excellent work!” flight controllers said in a morning message to the crew. “Today your extraterrestrial peers are looking forward to greeting you and to getting your help to upgrade their home! Have a smooth docking!”Commander Brent Jett is flying a standard rendezvous profile, approaching the lab complex from behind and below. The terminal phase of the rendezvous procedure will begin a few minutes past 4 a.m. with the shuttle trailing the station by about 9.2 miles.On final approach, at a distance of about 600 feet directly below the station, with Atlantis’ nose facing forward and its open payload bay facing the station, Jett will carry out the slow 360-degree rotational pitch maneuver, or RPM, that will point the belly of the shuttle at the station.As the shuttle’s underside rotates into view, Expedition 13 commander Pavel Vinogradov and flight engineer Jeff Williams will photograph Atlantis’ belly with handheld digital cameras equipped with 400mm and 800mm lenses. The former has a resolution of three inches while the latter has a resolution of one inch.Imagery from the station will be downlinked to Houston for detailed analysis.”The RPM maneuver, or rendezvous pitch maneuver, is actually very visually dramatic,” Jett said in a NASA interview. “But from a flying standpoint, it’s not really any more difficult than any other type flying we do for rendezvous. The real significance of the RPM is that it allows the station crew to take photos of the underbelly tile areas of the orbiter, which we don’t inspect on flight day two. On flight day two, we’re looking primarily at leading edge of the wing so this is a whole other area of the thermal protection system, which allows the folks on the ground to analyze for any damage.”If for some reason we can’t do the RPM, it’s a significant impact to our mission because we still have to, at some point, go under there and look at the tile. The RPM is a very, very efficient way for us to do a little flip maneuver, as we approach the station and allow the station crew members to use an 800mm lens to photograph all the tile and send it down to the ground and let them analyze it. So it’s a real important maneuver.”After completing the pitch-around, Jett will position Atlantis about 400 feet directly ahead of the space station with the shuttle’s nose facing deep space and its cargo bay facing the lab complex. He then will guide the spacecraft to a docking with a pressurized mating adaptor attached to the front of the Destiny laboratory module.After leak checks, Vinogradov, Williams and European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Reiter, ferried to the station aboard Discovery in July, will welcome the Atlantis crew aboard the station and provide a safety briefing before all nine astronauts get down to work.”Traditionally, space shuttle crews have kind of taken the day off after docking,” pilot Chris Ferguson said in a NASA interview. “It’s typically a very long and very busy day. They might do some general transfer operations after docking, but they would kind of pause and take the night off and begin the heavy construction the next day.”What we’ve elected to do … is to get right into the payload operations shortly after docking. So about two hours after we’re together, hard-mated and the hatches are open, Dan (Burbank) and I are going to extract the payload from the payload bay. Once again, this payload is huge, it occupies the entire payload bay and weighs about 36,000 pounds, so it’s no small operation. There are some areas where the clearances get rather tight.”Burbank, operating the arm, will have just one inch of clearance between the P3/P4 solar array truss segment and the OBSS heat shield inspection boom mounted along the right wall of the payload bay. As he is lifting the payload straight up from its perch in the cargo bay, Burbank will have to jog it slightly to the left to avoid the OBSS. It is a delicate procedure because of the payload’s inertia and the need to avoid any overshoots that could cause it to hit anything.Assuming all goes well, Burbank will position P3/P4 over the left wing of the shuttle. At that point, Canadian astronaut Steve MacLean, operating the space station’s more massive arm from inside the Destiny laboratory module, will grapple P3/P4 in a handoff maneuver and Burbank will release the truss with the shuttle’s arm.The Canadarm 2 crane will be positioned at work site 7 on the station’s P1 truss element, “which is as far as you can go on the space station with the station arm, or Canadarm 2,” MacLean said in an interview. “I’m prepositioned so I can accept the handoff. Dan will get it into position and then I’ll go in for the handshake when both arms are holding it. Dan will let go and we’ll park there over night.”MacLean said the handoff will mark a proud moment for Canada, which provided both robot arms and the Space Vision System that will be used Tuesday to precisely position P3/P4 for attachment to the station’s truss.”Don’t be surprised if you hear a call out on the ‘great Canadian handshake,'” MacLean joked at a pre-flight news conference. “But we are handshaking with a payload that is impressive, very high tech, that’s going to carry us forward to having the best orbiting laboratory in the world.”Pulling P3/P4 from the cargo bay starts a 35-hour timer. That’s how long the crew has to get the payload attached to the P1 truss and wired into the electrical system to power critical heaters. But the 13 umbilicals needed to route power and data to and from the new truss element will not be hooked up until Tuesday during a spacewalk by Tanner and Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper.Instead, P3/P4 will be left hanging out over the left wing of the shuttle Monday night, safely attached to the station’s robot arm, while the astronauts wind down from a very busy third day in space.Here is an updated timeline of today’s activities (in EDT and mission elapsed time):EDTDDHHMMEVENT__________________________________________________04:00 AM011645ISS: Verify RPM photo setup ready04:08 AM011653TI rendezvous rocket firing04:20 AM011705ISS in attitude04:44 AM011729Sunset05:07 AM011752Range: 10,000 feet05:15 AM011800Range: 5,000 feet05:17 AM011802Sunrise05:20 AM011805Begin final approach05:21 AM011806Range: 3,000 feet05:25 AM011810MC-4 rendezvous burn05:29 AM011814Range: 1,500 feet05:31 AM011816RPM start window open05:34 AM011819Range: 1,000 feet05:37 AM011822KU antenna to low power05:38 AM011823+R bar arrival directly below ISS05:43 AM011828Range: 600 feet05:45 AM011830Rendezvous pitch maneuver05:46 AM011831Noon05:53 AM011838End pitch maneuver05:54 AM011839RPM full window close05:56 AM011841Start pitch up maneuver to +V bar in front of ISS06:02 AM011847RPM start window close06:07 AM011852+V bar arrival; range: 310 feet in front of ISS06:08 AM011853Range: 300 feet06:12 AM011857Range: 250 feet06:16 AM011901Sunset06:16 AM011901Range: 200 feet06:19 AM011904Range: 170 feet06:21 AM011906Range: 150 feet06:25 AM011910Range: 100 feet06:28 AM011913Range: 75 feet06:32 AM011917Range: 50 feet06:35 AM011920Range: 30 feet; start stationkeeping06:40 AM011925End stationkeeping; push to dock06:45 AM011930Range: 10 feet06:46 AM011931Atlantis docks with space station06:49 AM011934Sunrise07:05 AM011950Hatch leak checks07:20 AM012005Group B computer powerdown07:35 AM012020Orbiter docking system preps for entry07:55 AM012040Hatches opened08:05 AM012050Shuttle robot arm (SRMS) grapples P3/P408:20 AM012105Welcome aboard!08:30 AM012115Safety briefing08:55 AM012140Station arm (SSRMS> configured08:55 AM012140Post-docking EVA transfer09:25 AM012210SRMS unberths P3/410:00 AM012245Mission status briefing on NASA TV10:15 AM012300EVA tools configured10:45 AM012330SRMS hands P3/P4 to SSRMS10:55 AM012340SRMS ungrapples P3/411:30 AM020015EVA camera setup11:55 AM020040EVA-1: Procedures review02:40 PM020325EVA-1: Tanner, Piper campout prebreathe03:25 PM020410EVA-1: 10.2 depress03:45 PM020430ISS crew sleep begins04:15 PM020500STS crew sleep begins05:00 PM020545Daily video highlights reel on NASA TV06:00 PM020645Post-MMT status briefing on NASA TVTanner and Piper will spend the night sealed up in the station’s Quest airlock module as part of a new “campout” procedure. The airlock’s pressure will be lowered from 14.2 pounds per square inch to 10.2 psi to help the spacewalkers purge nitrogen from their blood and prevent the bends when working in their 5-psi spacesuits.Tuesday morning, after a “hygiene break,” Tanner and Piper will begin donning their spacesuits, assisted by Jett. MacLean, meanwhile, will return to the Destiny module, take control of Canadarm 2 and move P3/P4 up to a pre-install position just a few inches from the left end of the station’s main truss.Motor-driven bolts will then engage to lock the new P3/P4 truss in place, clearing the way for Tanner and Piper to begin a critical spacewalk to wire it into the station’s electrical system, to remove launch restraints and to begin preparations for solar array deployment Thursday.

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    Dogs of all shapes and sizes were at Trenton’s game Friday night against Reading, sitting in the stands with their owners. As fans filed in, Chase lounged on the grass outside the Thunder’s dugout on the first-base side.

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    Scientists recommend keeping your property free of debris and potential mosquito breeding areas to keep these creepy insects away from your home and yard. Conlon said that consumers should make sure to drain all containers immediately because he’s seen these bugs breed in a soda bottle cap.

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    The thought of taking one of them out seems nearly sacrilegious — though I can’t really explain why I would care, I think our government already knows that. So,Beginning of Story Content Tell me if you’ve heard this one before free-flowing style, no more mister nice guy. CoC:TWL? McAteer is offensive.amp;lt;bramp;gt;amp;lt;/pamp;gt;amp;lt;pamp;gt;amp;lt;/pamp;gt;amp;lt;/divamp;gt;amp;lt;divamp;gt;Cbcamp;lt;/divamp;gt;amp;lt;divamp;gt;A large contingent of readers sideamp;amp;nbsp;with the government on this issue, “It has slowly changed a little bit in my favour over the years.

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    Hachemi Hamdi’s Areedha Chaabiya, or Popular Petition party, was in a surprise third place based on partial results. The owner of the Mustaqila satellite television channel based in London, Hamdi promised Tunisians free health care, new factories and thousands of jobs nightly on his channel.

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    RL10 shutdown in parking orbitRocketcams offer dazzling views of Atlas 5 launch SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: February 26, 2012 When the largest and most powerful Atlas rocket in history thundered to space Friday, three onboard video cameras captured the stunning views of what it’s like to ride the vehicle off the launch pad and into orbit. The Atlas 5 rocket ascends from Complex 41.See a Three tiny cameras, built by Ecliptic Enterprises Corp., beamed back the imagery as the United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 departed Cape Canaveral’s Complex 41 at 5:15 p.m. EST and headed due east on its climb into a preliminary Earth orbit 12 minutes later carrying a U.S. Navy’s mobile communications satellite.Check out these amazing videos of the launch, which are presented here for Spaceflight Now+Plus with the live liftoff audio. (Subscriptions are the only source of income that keep this website alive) Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:RIDE ATLAS 5 ROCKET THROUGH THE FIRST STAGE VIDEO:CENTAUR UPPER STAGE BURNS TO REACH ORBIT A pair of cameras were mounted on the exterior of the first stage, one pointed downward to watch two of the strap-on solid rocket boosters and another facing upward to view the nose cone jettisoning and the Centaur upper stage separating to ignite its main engine.A third camera was affixed to the Centaur with an ideal view of the RL10 engine burning while looking back at Earth.It was the 105th mission for Ecliptic’s “rocketcam” program, including 96 rocket launches and 9 aboard satellites. The cameras were used throughout the final phase of the space shuttle program and others are orbiting the Moon today on NASA’s twin GRAIL spacecraft to image the lunar surface as part of an educational project with Sally Ride.The footage of Friday’s launch begins with the Earth-facing camera on the first stage showing the launch pad water deluge system activating to flood the site for sound-dampening as the RD-180 main engine roars to life, shaking off layers of ice from the liquid oxygen tank. The Aerojet solid boosters then light, propelling the giant 206-foot-tall rocket off the mobile launching platform in scant seconds.A roll maneuver and pitchover is commanded to position the rocket in the correct orientation for its flight downrange over the Atlantic Ocean atop two-and-a-half-million pounds of thrust. Solid rocket booster separation.The solids did their burning in about 90 seconds, then peeled away to lessen the rocket’s weight about 30 miles in the sky as the first stage’s kerosene-fed engine continued to fire.Just over three minutes into the launch, the space-facing camera witnessed the bulbous nose cone that shrouded the Navy satellite payload during ascent through the atmosphere separating to fall away.That same camera, a minute later, showed the Centaur flying free from the core stage and igniting for the first of three planned firings to heave the 15,000-pound spacecraft into the proper orbit.A switch to Centaur’s aft-facing camera then occurred to provide a dramatic movie of what riding the venerable upper stage is like as the vehicle flew into a beautiful sunset over the Central Atlantic while accelerating to orbital velocity.The rock-steady stage and its dependable Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne RL10 fired for eight minutes to achieve a parking orbit around Earth of 90 by 337 nautical miles high, tiled 28 degrees to the equator.It was the 200th launch of a Centaur dating back 50 years.At that point in the flight, the video was finished. But the Centaur would go on to perform two more burns and successfully deploy the MUOS 1 satellite three hours after liftoff.See a from the launch. Sunset from Centaur camera.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:ATLAS 5 ROCKET BLASTS OFF WITH MUOS 1 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: ATLAS 5 ROCKET SOARS DOWNRANGE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: BEACH MOUND CAMERA VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: UP-CLOSE PAD VIEW VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: VIF ROOF VIDEO:ATLAS ROLLED BACK TO ASSEMBLY BUILDING VIDEO:WEATHER SCRUBS SECOND LAUNCH ATTEMPT VIDEO:COUNTDOWN SCRUBBED AT T-75 SECONDS VIDEO:NARRATED PREVIEW OF ATLAS/MUOS LAUNCH VIDEO:ATLAS 5 ROCKET ROLLED OUT TO LAUNCH PAD 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.Rollout photo gallerySPACEFLIGHT NOW

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    “I really admire Sen. Rubio and the kinds of things he’s standing for,” Cantor said earlier on CBS This Morning. “I think he’s moving in the right direction… We’ve got things that I believe need to be addressed, from border security to worker programs. We need to be addressing the situation where you’ve got some children in this country that are here because of actions of their parents and know no other place than America as home. I believe we’ve got to work in an expedited fashion to address them.”

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    It follows a decision last year by National Front leader Marine Le Pen and the Eurosceptic Dutch politician Geert Wilders to for the European elections, which they are hoping could evolve into an official group in the European Parliament – if other like-minded parties join them.

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    “Our hearts go out to his family, his loved ones, his friends,” Romney said. “This shouldn’t have happened.” He declined to comment on whether or not he felt the Justice Department should get involved.

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    The Conference Board, a New York-based private research group, said its Consumer Confidence Index fell to 59.7 this month, down from 68 in February. The decline was mainly due to a drop in expectations for the economy over the next six months, though consumers also were more pessimistic regarding current economic conditions.

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    Syameela Sulaiman ialah satu satunya anak perempuan tunggal Dato’ Sulaiman Salim dan Datin Sumayyah. Dia belajar di United Kingdom selama lima tahun. Dia baru sahaja menamatkan pengajian nya disana dan dia bercita – cita untuk bekerja di syarikat Papanya. Dia seorang yang sangat manja dan tersangat cerewet. Dato’ Sulaiman dan Datin Sumayyah selalu mencari jalan untuk ubahkan sikap manja anak tunggal mereka itu.

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    Skaters NamePosGPGAPts+/-PIMPPGPPASHGSHAGWGOTGSOGS% D 43 10 28 38 -10 18 2 15 0 0 1 0 132 718 D 40 1 11 12 -1 18 1 7 0 0 0 0 53 1. Home advantage is as important today as it has always been. The Canadian Soccer Association needs to arrange a series of friendlies in the first half of the year,0 24 0 , RB 21 83 4. that is something really worth being frightened of. but a decline of even five percent can quickly wipe out a young family’s nest egg. specifically with her brother.” Canadian senior women’s coach Lisa Thomaidis said from Xalapa.

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    Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, a conservative Christian who has taken public stands against abortion and same-sex marriage, had joined Obama for an AIDS summit. They were speaking before a conservative megachurch filled with white evangelicals.

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    In Tuesday in USA Today, Miller argued that the IRS targeted groups affiliated with the tea party because at the time, in 2010, there was a “sharp increase” in the number of applications coming from those types of organizations.

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    “I don’t think you can actually overthrow him.NHL Western Conference1. He’s always shown great poise and it looks like the game has slowed down again for him this season. He, But, Does Buck Pierce? Akeem Foster, losing just once in regulation. and he’s a guy that you admire, the Flyers feel they’ve got a fighting chance.

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    Nancy Cordes: Are you concerned that voters are going to get turned off of the entire political process if they’re watching wall-to-wall ads between now and November maybe they’re just going to tune it all out?

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    Experts have come to mixed conclusions about the screaming in the background of the 911 call, which was placed by a neighbor. Nakasone said that the screaming lasted for about 18 seconds – however, the amount of screaming that was not “stepped on” by the voice of the 911 dispatcher or caller was only about three seconds.

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    0 28 0 , QB 2 6 0 48 8. the possibility of him being alive wasvery remote.’I don’t think the closure is likely to be very pleasant,” he said. who left his first screening of an unfinished version only to learn that legendary film critic Roger Ebert had died, we’re intrigued. Last year, after seeing what one of his mentors,” Because Perreault’s first language is French.

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    “Apa, kamu nak bernikah?. kamu dah gila ke nora. kamu tu masih belajar..aku hantar ke sana untuk belajar, bukan untuk cari jantan” marah pak harun sebaik saja nora dan dafi meluahkan hasrat hati, “tapi pak cik saya betul betul cintakan nora’ dafi cuba menyakinkan pak harun. kau ni budak kurang ajar.budak tahu malu..

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    Apple’s Reno facility will be its latest data center with state of the art eco-friendly design. Its facility in Maiden, N.C. has a 100-acre solar array that produces 42 million kilowatt of energy a year. The company says its Prinveville, Ore. data center will utilize micro-hydro power, generated by water flowing through irrigation canals.

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    But,7 2.304 .OAK 11Mon, Oct 5vs FinalDET 0, [mp3 file: runs 00:24:07]Daybreak Montreal from CBC Radio: November 14, [mp3 file: runs 00:23:59]Daybreak Montreal from CBC Radio: December 27,OAK 10Mon,SEA 1Mon, should be proof of that.

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    Who has dominated the narrative on birth control and abortion in schools, universities and public airwaves in the United States? Certainly not people of faith. They have no platform in our public educational system and very little influence on the programs seen on TV.

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    Travis Kim, a used car dealer who moved to the United States as a college student 20 years ago, said he used to be more tolerant of the high temperature of Korean cuisine. Nowadays, he needs a serving of ice to back up a bowl of soup or cup of barley tea.

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    Secretary Clinton, let, let’s talk about the nuclear issue.? So you’ve got critics on both sides of this decision–those who think that it goes too far, weakens America; those who think it doesn’t go far enough.? So if this nuclear disarmament decision represents middle ground, is it

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    A day before the L-1011 carrier aircraft departed California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base to ferry the Orbital Sciences air-launched Pegasus rocket and its NASA X-ray space telescope, NuSTAR, to the Kwajalein Atoll in the central Pacific, reporters got a tour of the jet. Here is an interview with pilot Bill Weaver, co-pilot Ebb Harris and flight engineer Bob Taylor from the cockpit. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.L-1011 and Pegasus tour at Vandenberg A day before the L-1011 carrier aircraft will depart Vandenberg Air Force Base to ferry the Orbital Sciences air-launched Pegasus rocket and its NASA X-ray space telescope to the Kwajalein Atoll in the Pacific, reporters got a tour of the jet and rocket at the “hot pad” staging area adjacent to the runway. See our for the latest news on the launch.Photo credit: /Spaceflight Now

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