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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for astronaut

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Post-rock God is an Astronaut အိုင်ယာလန်တီးဝိုင်းသည် ၂၀၀၂ခုနှစ်တွင် တည်ထောင်ခဲ့ပြီး သူတို့၏ Rhythmic guitar riff များကို လူသိများလာခဲ့သည်။
အပိုလို ၁၁ In early 1969, Bill Anders accepted a job with the National Space Council effective in August 1969 and announced his retirement as an astronaut. At that point Ken Mattingly was moved from the support crew into parallel training with Anders as backup Command Module Pilot in case Apollo 11 was delayed past its intended July launch (at which point Anders would be unavailable if needed) and would later join Lovell's crew and ultimately be assigned as the original Apollo 13 CMP.[5]
ဗော့စတော့ ၁ In 2011, documentary film maker Christopher Riley partnered with European Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli to record a new film of what Gagarin would have seen of the Earth from his spaceship, by matching historical audio recordings to video from the International Space Station following the ground path taken by "Vostok 1". The resulting film, "First Orbit", was released online to celebrate the 50th anniversary of human spaceflight.
အပိုလို ၁၁ ကမ္ဘာ့ဆွဲအား၏ ၁/၆ သာရှိသော လဆွဲအားအောက်တွင်လှုပ်ရှားရသည်မှာ အတုပြုလုပ်လေ့ကျင့်ခဲ့သည်ထက်ပိုမိုလွယ်ကူကြောင်း၊ လှည့်လည်သွားလာရန်အတွက်မည်သည့်လုံးဝအခက်အခဲမရှိကြောင်း အမ်းစထရောင်းကဆိုသည်။ [27] Aldrin joined him on the surface and tested methods for moving around, including two-footed kangaroo hops. The PLSS backpack created a tendency to tip backwards, but neither astronaut had serious problems maintaining balance. Loping became the preferred method of movement. The astronauts reported that they needed to plan their movements six or seven steps ahead. The fine soil was quite slippery. Aldrin remarked that moving from sunlight into Eagle's shadow produced no temperature change inside the suit, though the helmet was warmer in sunlight, so he felt cooler in shadow.[27]
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း Astronaut [[Shannon Lucid]], who set the record for longest stay in space by a woman while aboard "Mir" (surpassed by [[Sunita Williams]] 11 years later on the [[ISS]]), also commented about working aboard "Mir" saying "I think going to work on a daily basis on "Mir" is very similar to going to work on a daily basis on an outstation in Antarctica. The big difference with going to work here is the isolation, because you really are isolated. You don't have a lot of support from the ground. You really are on your own."
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း In the early 1980s, NASA planned to launch a modular space station called [[Space Station Freedom|"Freedom"]] as a counterpart to "Mir", while the Soviets were planning to construct [[Mir-2|"Mir"-2]] in the 1990s as a replacement for the station. Because of budget and design constraints, "Freedom" never progressed past mock-ups and minor component tests and, with the fall of the Soviet Union and the end of the [[Space Race]], the project was nearly cancelled entirely by the [[United States House of Representatives]]. The [[History of post-Soviet Russia|post-Soviet economic chaos]] in Russia also led to the cancellation of "Mir"-2, though only after its base block, [[Zvezda (ISS module)|DOS-8]], had been constructed. Similar budgetary difficulties were faced by other nations with space station projects, which prompted the American government to negotiate with European states, Russia, Japan, and Canada in the early 1990s to begin a collaborative project. In June 1992, American president [[George H. W. Bush]] and Russian president [[Boris Yeltsin]] agreed to cooperate on [[space exploration]]. The resulting "Agreement between the United States of America and the Russian Federation Concerning Cooperation in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space for Peaceful Purposes" called for a short joint space programme with one American [[astronaut]] deployed to the Russian space station "Mir" and two Russian [[Astronaut#Russia|cosmonauts]] deployed to a Space Shuttle.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း After these incidents, the U.S. Congress and NASA considered whether to abandon the programme out of concern for the astronauts' safety, but NASA administrator [[Daniel Goldin]] decided to continue the programme. The next flight to "Mir", [[STS-86]], brought [[David Wolf (astronaut)|David Wolf]] to the station aboard "Atlantis". During the orbiter's stay Titov and Parazynski conducted a spacewalk to affix a cap to the docking module for a future attempt by crew members to seal off the leak in "Spektr"'s hull. Wolf spent 119 days aboard "Mir" with the EO-24 crew and was replaced during [[STS-89]] with [[Andy Thomas]], who carried out the last U.S. expedition on "Mir". The [[Mir EO-25|EO-25]] crew arrived in [[Soyuz TM-27]] in January 1998 before Thomas returned to Earth on the final Shuttle–"Mir" mission, [[STS-91]].
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း NASA astronaut Jerry Linenger related how life on board "Mir" was structured and lived according to the detailed itineraries provided by ground control. Every second on board was accounted for and all activities were timetabled. After working some time on "Mir", Linenger came to feel that the order in which his activities were allocated did not represent the most logical or efficient order possible for these activities. He decided to perform his tasks in an order that he felt enabled him to work more efficiently, be less fatigued, and suffer less from stress. Linenger noted that his comrades on "Mir" did not "improvise" in this way, and as a medical doctor he observed the effects of stress on his comrades that he believed was the outcome of following an itinerary without making modifications to it. Despite this, however, he commented that his comrades performed all their tasks in a supremely professional manner.
အပိုလို ၁၁ On August 13, they rode in parades in their honor in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. On the same evening in Los Angeles there was an official State Dinner to celebrate the flight, attended by members of Congress, 44 governors, the Chief Justice of the United States, and ambassadors from 83 nations at the Century Plaza Hotel. President Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew honored each astronaut with a presentation of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. This celebration was the beginning of a 45-day "Giant Leap" tour that brought the astronauts to 25 foreign countries and included visits with prominent leaders such as Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. Many nations would honor the first manned Moon landing by issuing Apollo 11 commemorative postage stamps or coins.[56]
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း Each module was also fitted with a number of external components specific to the experiments that were carried out within that module, the most obvious being the Travers antenna mounted to "Priroda". This [[synthetic aperture radar]] consisted of a large dish-like framework mounted to the exterior of the module, with associated equipment within, used for Earth observations experiments, as was most of the other equipment on "Priroda", including various radiometers and scan platforms. "Kvant"-2 also featured a number of scan platforms and was also fitted with a mounting bracket to which the [[Astronaut Propulsion Unit#Soviet SPK|cosmonaut manoeuvring unit]], or "Ikar", was mated. This backpack was designed to assist cosmonauts in moving around the station and the planned "Buran" in a manner similar to the U.S. [[Manned Maneuvering Unit]], but it was only used once, during [[Mir EO-5|EO-5]].