Posts Tagged ‘Final’
I guess what the title says.
Well, it says 2 on the Wii’s store. But yeah it’s weird I’ve got a playstation game called Final Fantasy 4 and it’s like an updated version so yeah. And what’s even weirder is that the playstation version acts up. For no apparent reason. Anyways… how do i get the weapon thing?
I’m worried about his status on American Idol. I really want to see him do well, but I have a feeling he may not make it through to the final 12.
I definitely think he’s in the bottom 3 as far as popularity goes.
He left behind some amazing music…and we all love that moonwalk!
At the Johnson Space Center, astronauts Drew Feustel, Mike Fincke and Greg Chamitoff have been making final preparations for their upcoming spacewalks on STS-134. In this episode of “NASA Behind the Scenes,” Feustel and Fincke talk about the mission and how they’re getting ready for the last scheduled spacewalks by a shuttle crew. Fincke also explains the differences between Russian and American spacesuits.
July 21st 2011 The space shuttle Atlantis lands at Kennedy Space Center, marking the end of NASA’s 30-year space shuttle program. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.Follow UFOs and Alien Life on Twitter @twitter.com “Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.” NASA’s future up in the air?- www.youtube.com
At 5:19:53: pm EDT, Space shuttle Discovery docked to the Pressurized Mating Adaptor on the front of the International Space Station’s Harmony module. Docking occurred over Lake Wells, western Australia. During the next eight days, the combined crews of Discovery and the station will install the S6 truss, complete three spacewalks and transfer hundreds of items between the two craft. Hatches between Discovery and the station will be opened at about 7 pm, followed by the traditional welcoming ceremony. At about 7:30 pm, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Astronaut will become a member of the station’s Expedition 18 crew and Sandra Magnus will become a member of Discovery’s crew. Magnus will have been a space station crew member for 121 days. Commander Lee Archambault leads Discovery’s crew of seven, along with Pilot Tony Antonelli, and Mission Specialists Joseph Acaba, John Phillips, Steve Swanson, Richard Arnold and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Koichi Wakata on mission STS-119 to the International Space Station. The STS-119 crew members are flying the S6 truss segment and installing the final set of power-generating solar arrays to the International Space Station. The S6 truss will complete the backbone of the station and provide one-fourth of the total power needed to support a crew of six.
The Chance Rides Vision for the next 50 years!
Shuttle astronauts will visit the Hubble Space Telescope for the final time in May 2009. In five bold and daring spacewalks, they will upgrade Hubble’s instruments allowing it to continue making remarkable scientific discoveries well into the next decade. Download it from: www.spacetelescope.org Credit: ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser, Lars Lindberg Christensen & Colleen Sharkey) Visual design & Editing: Martin Kornmesser Animations: Martin Kornmesser Web Hosting: Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (LRZ) Web Technical Support: Lars Holm Nielsen & Raquel Yumi Shida Written by: Lars Lindberg Christensen Host: Dr. J Narration: Gaitee Hussain Cinematography: Peter Rixner Music: movetwo STS-25 footage: NASA Directed by: Lars Lindberg Christensen & Colleen Sharkey
www.bbc.co.uk Singing mega hits ‘It’s Not Unusual’, ‘Price Tag’, ‘Where Is The Love’ and ‘Breakeven’, our four superstar coaches mix things up and cover each other’s songs. Only on The Voice UK…
Watch this and other space videos at SpaceRip.com You won’t want this video to end. Go behind the scenes on the space shuttle Endeavour’s final flight, and the second to the last flight in NASA’s space shuttle program. It’s also the final mission for the legendary shuttle commander, astronaut Mark Kelly, who is now retiring from NASA. Here’s a little background. Endeavour was the fifth and final NASA space shuttle to be built, a replacement for the lost shuttle Challenger. Since 1992, it has successfully flown 25 missions, playing an instrumental role in servicing the Hubble Space Telescope and in the construction of the International Space Station. Among Endeavour’s missions was the first to include four spacewalks, and then the first to include five. Its STS-67 mission set a length record almost two full days longer than any shuttle mission before it. Its airlock is the only one to have seen three spacewalkers exit through it for a single spacewalk. And in its cargo bay, the first two pieces of the International Space Station were joined together. On STS-134, Endeavor delivers a new, cutting edge science experiment to the space station the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer. It’s a state-of-the-art, high energy particle physics experiment built in Geneva by a collaboration of 16 different countries. It will search for clues on what the universe is made of and how it began, the origin of dark matter, antimatter and strangelets, pulsars, blazers and gamma ray bursters. And …