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Perché non siamo tornati sulla Luna, nonostante l’enorme progresso tecnologico degli ultimi cinquant’anni? Le ragioni sono molteplici, ma una parte della risposta sta nella mancanza di una strategia comune tra i due maggiori partiti.
2. La storia del ritorno degli esseri umani sulla Luna nell’ultimo mezzo secolo è infatti costellata di annunci repubblicani e ripensamenti democratici, che hanno causato decenni di ritardo rispetto ai programmi iniziali.
3. All’inizio degli anni Settanta gli Stati Uniti avevano ormai vinto la corsa allo spazio e le spese per la guerra del Vietnam si facevano sempre più pesanti: furono così cancellate le missioni Apollo 18, 19 e 20 che avrebbero dovuto portare altri sei astronauti sulla Luna.
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#Subex is setting the market abuzz with many brokers talking of relisting above 20 Rs - which is across a major 8 year breakout level of around 18.50

#CrunchMetrics #IDCentral #DigitalTrust #IoT #IoTSecurity
Will be see a dream run in #Subex post relisting given fundamentals are fast improving for both business operations and balance sheet

See embedded thread for brief history of its turnaround.

#CrunchMetrics #IDCentral #DigitalTrust #IoT #IoTSecurity #CyberSecurity
Typo-plz read “Will be” as “Will we”

I think we will 😊-next 2yrs at #Subex should be similar or better to what #TanlaPlatforms achieved in same time since #Karix acquisition in Aug2018

Cash books are ringing at Subex with good visibility

So watch this space for M&A/BuyBack!!
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Last week, our last host shared some awesome #Skylab history. Here’s some amazing shots of #Earth, as seen by the final Skylab crew.

Here’s a thread with some incredible pics, taken May to June 1973 by the crew of Skylab III. Or 4 but that’s a topic for @NASA_Skylab to answer.
1st up, New England “stretching from northern Long Island across the states of Connecticut, Rhode Island & Massachusetts. The total area covered by this photo is more than 25,000 square miles & includes all of Rhode Island, most of Massachusetts & Connecticut, part of New York.” Image
Next, SD- The Badlands formed over millions of years. Beautiful “steep gullies, irregular winding ridges & isolated buttes. The barren wasteland of badlands light toned rock surfaces contrast sharply w/ the adjacent vegetated landscape of native grasslands & cultivated fields.” Image
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Researching a few last minute pics for a talk I’m giving Thursday. I only have 45 minutes but my talk covers a quick history of human #spaceflight. Check out the @kscosmosphere Facebook page Thursday from 9-10 AM CST for my “From Apollo to Artemis” presentation. #Artemis #Apollo Image
Note how astronauts (left to right) Jack Lousma, Owen Garriott, & Alan Bean were protected from recovery personnel who wore “face masks to prevent exposing the crewmen to disease.” Pic and caption- @NASA
I hope you’ll join us on Thursday for the live zoom chat! You can also join the presentation here:
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OTD in 1979, the first US space station #Skylab fell to Earth over Western Australia. It was a dramatic event that captured the imagination of the world. Today I am going to tweet a random bunch of fascinating things about the death of my second-favourite space station!
One of the meals prepared for the crew of #Skylab to eat in their wardroom was Lobster Newburg. Here is a recipe if you want to make a Skylab commemorative dinner.… #spacefood
When the Electric Light Orchestra's song Don't Bring Me Down was released as a single in 1979, they dedicated it to #Skylab.
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#KarunaKumar's #Palasa1978 is made with a lot of conviction. The detailing of Slang & Language used and groundedness aspect of the movie is something that needs to be lauded. Very good Music & good Direction supported by very good performances. Powerful ending. Do watch.

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#ChintuKaBirthday is just fine. It has its moments. The trailer looked very promising, but the film did not have much to offer. Few decisions look forced & the "emotional punch" the makers were aiming at did not land for me. Nevertheless, makes for a good family watch.

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#ArunKarthick's #Nasir breaks your heart so quickly, you'll take a lot of time to recover. Beautifully shot and edited, the film will resonate with you for sure. It only takes a second for things to go out of hands and Arun pulls that off with such perfection. Must watch.

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