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ပြည်တွင်းသောင်းကျန်းမှုသမိုင်း၊ အပိုင်း-၂ ပြင်ဆင်သင့်ကြောင်းဖော်ပြသည်။ ထို့နောက် (၅) ပြည်နယ်များ လုံးဝကိုယ်ပိုင်အုပ်ချုပ်ရေး (Complete Autonomy)ကို တောင်းဆိုထားသည်။
ဗွီ-၁ ဗုံးပျံ The first complete V-1 airframe was delivered 30 August 1942, and after the first complete As.109-014 was delivered in September, the first glide test flight was 28 October 1942 at Peenemünde, from under a Focke-Wulf Fw 200. The first powered trial was 10 December, launched from beneath an He-111.
ဗွီ-၂ ဒုံးပျံ ၁၉၄၃ စက်တင်ဘာလဆန်းပိုင်းတွင် ဗွန်ဘရောင်းအဝေးပစ်In early September 1943, von Braun promised the Long-Range Bombardment Commission that the A-4 development was 'practically complete/concluded', but even by the middle of 1944, a complete A-4 parts list was still unavailable. Hitler was sufficiently impressed by the enthusiasm of its developers, and needed a "wonder weapon" to maintain German morale, so authorized its deployment in large numbers.
ဗွီ-၂ ဒုံးပျံ In October 1945, British "Operation Backfire" assembled a small number of V-2 missiles and launched three of them from a site in northern Germany. The engineers involved had already agreed to move to the US when the test firings were complete. The Backfire report remains the most extensive technical documentation of the rocket, including all support procedures, tailored vehicles and fuel composition.
ချင်းသမိုင်း “Despite the advocacy of a “ forward policy” or complete military occupation of the territory by the frontier officer, the existing policy of “looses control and conciliation” was reaffirmed in the belief that the expedition had convince the Chin of the inadvisability of further raids on british subjects…” ကြောင်းမှာ ချင်းပြည်သည် တောင် တန်းများဖြင့် ပြည့်နှက်နေပြီး ခေါင်းခိုက် (Unprofitable, barren hill)သောကြောင့် ၎င်းတို့အတွက် အကျိုးအမြတ် မရှိလှဟု ယူဆသော
ဗွီ-၁ ဗုံးပျံ The United States reverse-engineered the V-1 in 1944 from salvaged parts recovered in England during June. By 8 September, the first of thirteen complete prototype Republic-Ford JB-2 Loons, were assembled at Republic Aviation. The United States JB-2 was different from the German V-1 in only the smallest of dimensions. The wing span was only wider and the length was extended less than . The difference gave the JB-2 of wing area versus for the V-1.
ဝါနာဗွန်ဘရောင်း Before technically formalizing his thoughts on human spaceflight to Mars, von Braun had written a science fiction novel, set in 1980, on the subject. According to his biographer, Erik Bergaust, the manuscript was rejected by no less than 18 publishers. Von Braun later published small portions of this opus in magazines, to illustrate selected aspects of his Mars project popularizations. The complete manuscript, titled "Project MARS: A Technical Tale", did not appear as a printed book until December 2006.
ဆေတန် ၅ ဒုံးပျံ The C-5 would undergo component testing even before the first model was constructed. The rocket's third stage would be utilized as the second stage for the C-IB, which would serve both to demonstrate proof of concept and feasibility for the C-5, but would also provide flight data critical to the continued development of the C-5. Rather than undergoing testing for each major component, the C-5 would be tested in an "all-up" fashion, meaning that the first test flight of the rocket would include complete versions of all three stages. By testing all components at once, far fewer test flights would be required before a manned launch.
အပိုလို ၁၁ Armstrong acknowledged Aldrin's completion of the post landing checklist with "Engine arm is off." before responding to Duke with the words, "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed." Armstrong's change of call sign from "Eagle" to "Tranquility Base" confirmed that landing was complete and successful, and Duke mispronounced his reply as he expressed the relief at Mission Control: "Roger, Twan-- Tranquility, we copy you on the ground. You got a bunch of guys about to turn blue. We're breathing again. Thanks a lot."[19][20]
အပိုလို ၁၁ Five minutes into the descent burn, and 6,000 feet (1,800 m) above the surface of the Moon, the LM navigation and guidance computer distracted the crew with the first of several unexpected "1202" and "1201" program alarms. Inside Mission Control Center in Houston, Texas, computer engineer Jack Garman told guidance officer Steve Bales it was safe to continue the descent and this was relayed to the crew. The program alarms indicated "executive overflows", meaning the guidance computer could not complete all of its tasks in real time and had to postpone some of them.[13]