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အေအီး ဟောက်စ်မန် Last Poems (၁၉၂၂)၊ More Poems (၁၉၆၃)၊ Collected Poems (၁၉၄၀) တို့ကိုလည်း ထုတ်ဝေခဲ့သည်။
အပိုလို ၁၁ They deployed the EASEP, which included a passive seismograph and a laser ranging retroreflector. Then Armstrong loped about 120 metres (390 ft) from the LM to snap photos at the rim of Little West Crater while Aldrin collected two core tubes. He used the geological hammer to pound in the tubes - the only time the hammer was used on Apollo 11. The astronauts then collected rock samples using scoops and tongs on extension handles. Many of the surface activities took longer than expected, so they had to stop documenting sample collection halfway through the allotted 34 min.
ဆလီနီအာကာသယာဉ် JAXA collected names and messages that were carried on SELENE through their "Wish Upon the Moon" campaign. 412,627 names and messages were printed on a sheet measuring 280 mm x 160 mm (11 x 6.3 in) at 70 µm (0.0003 in) per character. The sheet was installed under the photovoltaic modules and cooling panels beneath the multi-layered insulation.
ဝစ္စလဝါ ရှင်ဘော့စကာ Monologue of a Dog(Harcount, 2005), Miracle Fair : Selected Poems of Wislawa Szymborska (Norton, 2001); Poems, New and Collected, 1957-1997 (Harcourt, 1998); View with a Grain of Sand: Selected Poems(Harcourt, 1995); People on a Bridge (Forest, 1990); and Sounds, Feelings Thoughts: Seventy Poems (Princeton UP, 1981) အစရှိသည့် လက်ရာများသည် အင်္ဂလိပ်ဘာသာစကားဖြင့်ဖတ်ရှုနိုင်သော ရှင်ဘော့စကာ၏ ကဗျာလက်ရာများဖြစ်သည်။ သူမ၏ စာပေလက်ရာများကို အင်္ဂလိပ်ဘာသာစကားသို့ ဘာသာပြန်ဆိုခဲ့ကြသည့်အပြင် အာရဗီ၊ ဟေဘရှု၊ ဂျပန်နှင့်တရုတ် ဘာသာစကားများသို့လည်း ပြန်ဆိုထုတ်ဝေခဲ့ကြသည်။
အပိုလို ၁၁ About seven minutes after stepping onto the Moon's surface, Armstrong collected a contingency soil sample using a sample bag on a stick. He then folded the bag and tucked it into a pocket on his right thigh. This was to guarantee there would be some lunar soil brought back in case an emergency required the astronauts to abandon the EVA and return to the LM.[37]
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း There were two [[space toilet]]s (ASUs) on "Mir", located in the [[Mir Core Module|core module]] and [[Kvant-2|"Kvant"-2]]. These units used a fan-driven suction system similar to the Space Shuttle Waste Collection System. Cosmonauts first fastened themselves to the toilet seat, which was equipped with spring-loaded restraining bars to ensure a good seal. A lever operated a powerful fan and a suction hole slid open: the air stream carried the waste away. Solid waste was collected in individual bags which were stored in an aluminium container. Full containers were transferred to Progress spacecraft for disposal. Liquid waste was evacuated by a hose connected to the front of the toilet, with anatomically correct "urine funnel adapters" attached to the tube so both men and women could use the same toilet. Waste was collected and transferred to the Water Recovery System, where it was recycled back into drinking water, although this was usually used to produce oxygen via the [[Elektron (ISS)|"Elektron"]] system.
ဘီ-၂ ကိုယ်ပျောက်ဗုံးကြဲလေယာဉ် In 1974, DARPA requested information from U.S. aviation firms about the largest radar cross-section of an aircraft that would remain effectively invisible to radars. Initially, Northrop and McDonnell Douglas were selected for further development. Lockheed had experience in this field due to developing the Lockheed A-12 and SR-71, which included a number of stealthy features, notably its canted vertical stabilizers, the use of composite materials in key locations, and the overall surface finish in radar-absorbing paint. A key improvement was the introduction of computer models used to predict the radar reflections from flat surfaces where collected data drove the design of a "faceted" aircraft. Development of the first such designs started in 1975 with "the hopeless diamond", a model Lockheed built to test the concept.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း "Mir"'s [[Environmental Control and Life Support System]] (ECLSS) provided or controlled [[atmospheric pressure]], fire detection, oxygen levels, waste management and water supply. The highest priority for the ECLSS was the station's atmosphere, but the system also collected, processed, and stored waste and water produced and used by the crew—a process that recycles fluid from the sink, toilet, and condensation from the air. The [[Elektron (ISS)|"Elektron"]] system generated oxygen on board the station. The crew had a backup option in the form of bottled oxygen and [[chemical oxygen generator|Solid Fuel Oxygen Generation]] (SFOG) canisters, a system known as [[Vika oxygen generator|"Vika"]]. Carbon dioxide was removed from the air by the "[[Vozdukh]]" system. Other by-products of human metabolism, such as methane from the intestines and ammonia from sweat, were removed by [[Activated carbon|activated charcoal]] filters. These systems are all now operational on the [[International Space Station]].