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Untitled - The Instrument Panel - Holiday On Earth (CDr)

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  1. There were the usual vibrations but, on the whole, the Saturn V's S-IC stage gave the crew what McDivitt called "an old lady's ride" - very smooth. The big surprise came when its five engines stopped thrusting. Feeling as if they were being shoved back to the earth, the astronauts lurched forward, almost into the instrument panel.
  2. Dec 09,  · Look at the 's Cessna and compare to the modern Cessna Sure, the modern has a more powerful and efficient engine, a better instrument panel, tricycle gear rather than tail dragger, etc., but it's still recognizably the same basic plane!
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  4. On May 2i, —with no map of the airport, with only a flashlight to light his instrument panel, and with absolutely no experience in landing his plane at night—Lindbergh brought the Spirit of St. Louis safely down at Le Bourget in Paris, ending his historic solo flight across the Atlantic.
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  8. Although cramming lots of instrumentation into little space was a challenge, during the years it took to finish Deep Flight, advances in computer technology caught up to the miniaturization problem. All the information that would have once required a large instrument panel is now shown on displays no larger than a television remote control clicker.
  9. Apollo 11 Site - Sunrise to Sunset WMV Film (36 Mb) ALSJ Contributor GoneToPlaid has used eleven LROC images taken of the Apollo 11 landing site between 12 July and and to show how the appearance of the site from overhead changes with sun angle. Each frame has been converted to a common scale and has been deconvolved and enhanced.

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