Just in case you have to drive one of these, now you know where the controls are.
I like that there’s a dial labeled “Time To Go.”
Found at the NASA Johnson Space Center History Portal’s Mercury diagrams archive.
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Jellyfish. Deep sea medusae. By Ernst Haeckel and A. Giltsch.
From Vol. 4, pt.11-13 of Report on the scientific results of the voyage of /i>H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-76 under the command of Captain George S. Nares … and the late Captain Frank Tourle Thomson, R.N., published in 1882.
Where plants come from. (And hay fever.) These are as seen through a pretty powerful microscope – magnified 500 times – and drawn by a German pharmacist and chemist living in St. Petersburg.
From the Public Domain Review.
“Here am I floating in a tin can,” indeed.
Here’s how much room some of the first humans in space – the first Americans, at least – had to live in. Going into the great emptiness of the celestial void sure was a crowded business.
Illustration of the relative sizes of the one-man Mercury spacecraft, the two-man Gemini spacecraft, and the three-man Apollo spacecraft. Also shows line drawing of launch vehicles (Saturn V, Titan…
SONG: “At 6 A.M.”.
SOURCE: Nature, 17 Apr 2018, “Medicine’s secret ingredient — it’s in the timing”, as used in the post “Chronotherapy is the discipline of giving medicine according to your body clock”.
The laugh, I gotta say first, really has nothing to do with the song per se. It’s just something I got from recording my daughter for the “Titanium” cover that I really like the sound of.
I wanted sounds I liked for this. Overdriven organ, hissy guitar, re…
Mmm. Switches. Communication.