The way they handle salt/pepper is that they dissolve the salt and pepper in water, and give the astronauts little bottles of that. Seasons the food in a way that doesn't have lots of little particles floating around.
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no no... there is still STS-135 that will launch in... late June, maybe early July.
I think this is a function of manned vs unmanned more than anything else. The acceptable margin of error is orders of magnitude less when there are people on board, so any little concern becomes the object of great scrutiny.
At least this time... earlier it was a hydrazine leak.
The Immaculate Conception is Mary's (Jesus' mother) conception. Catholics and Orthodox believe that she was conceived in the normal way, but God gave her a special grace to be conceived immaculately, that is without sin. Jesus' conception is known as the Incarnation, since that was God becoming Man. I know that this has nothing to do with the article, but it is so often confused and so rarely clarified, I had to speak up.
It was the magic smoke seal that failed on my last compy... Let all the smoke out and now it ain't workin anymore
Not to mention the fact that the Shuttle doesn't have the thrust necessary to put it into Geosync... heck, it can't even make it to GTO. VERY out of reach.
Thanks - I totally embarrassed myself reading this and busing out laughing during the middle of my physics lecture. I guess that is what I get for reading
Poor Mexico, so far from God and so close to the United States.
Espero que la gente de los Estados Unidos no son tan mal como este
what about us old five digiters you insensitive clod?