“I hear people say, when they want a special birthday cake, when they want a special party cake, they come here to get stuff that’s going to taste good,” he said. “During the holidays, we’ll have people come and say, ‘I don’t know what we would do without you. You’re a tradition at my home.'”.
Revised explanations were readily forthcoming. The Cassini team suggested that the abrupt transition was due to a runaway heating effect. As the dark dust accumulated, it would absorb more light, converting it to heat and helped to sublimate more of the bright ice.
SpaceX Crew Dragon will blast off atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida for missions to the International Space Station. Pad 39A is undergoing modifications by SpaceX to adapt it to the needs of the company’s Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets, which are slated to lift off from the historic pad in the near future. A horizontal integration facility (right) has been constructed near the perimeter of the pad where rockets will be processed for launch prior of rolling out to the top of the pad structure for liftoff..
Smokebrush Gallery’s Ron English show definitely conveyed the slick, biting elements of English’s socially charged works, but didn’t use its own space very well. One entire wall was devoted to three similar Abraham Obama images, when one would be plenty. English’s handful of works on the different personas of the Electric Illuminati boy highlights his creativity well, but I still left wanting more..
In ionospheric modeling, the differential code biases (DCBs) are a non negligible error source, which are routinely estimated by the different analysis centers of the International GNSS Service (IGS) as a by product of their global ionospheric analysis. These are, however, estimated only for the IGS station receivers and for all the satellites of the different GNSS constellations. A technique is proposed for estimating the receiver and satellites DCBs in a global or regional network by first estimating the DCB of one receiver set as reference.
Martin Guptill’s game is at its peak when he hits powerfully and cleanly through the line of the ball. His shot to Nuwan Kulasekara’s first ball should have set off alarms in the Sri Lanka camp. Spotting a slightly overpitched delivery on middle stump, Guptill swung straight through the line, keeping his head over the ball and his eyes on the point of impact even long after the ball had traveled towards the embankment beyond long on.