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အာဆီယံတေးသီချင်း Reach out to everyone.
ဓမ္မပဒ 23. And the wise who devote themselves to meditation and in deep contemplation with ever-living power advance on the path, they in the end reach Nibbana, incomparable release from bonds.
ပင်လယ်ပျော်ဘီလူး "Seawise Giant" was featured on the BBC series "Jeremy Clarkson's Extreme Machines" while she was underway as "Jahre Viking". According to her captain, S. K. Mohan, she could reach up to in good weather, it took to stop from that speed, and her turning circle in clear weather was about .
ဘီ-၂၉ ဗုံးကြဲလေယာဉ် In addition to the logistic problems associated with operations from China, the B-29 could only reach a limited part of Japan while flying from Chinese bases. The solution to this problem was to capture the Mariana Islands, which would bring targets such as Tokyo, about 1,500 mi (2,400 km) north of the Marianas within range of B-29 attacks. It was therefore agreed in December 1943 to seize the Marianas.
ဟော်တင်ဟို ၂၂၉ လေယာဉ် In 1943, "Reichsmarschall" Göring issued a request for design proposals to produce a bomber that was capable of carrying a load over at ; the so-called "3 X 1000 project". Conventional German bombers could reach Allied command centers in Great Britain, but were suffering devastating losses from Allied fighters. At the time, there was no way to meet these goals — the new Junkers Jumo 004B turbojets could provide the required speed, but had excessive fuel consumption.
ဘီ-၂၉ ဗုံးကြဲလေယာဉ် In wartime, the B-29 was capable of flight up to , at speeds of up to (true airspeed). This was its best defense, because Japanese fighters could barely get that high, and few could catch the B-29, even if already at altitude. Only the heaviest of anti-aircraft weapons could reach it, and since the Axis forces did not have proximity fuzes, hitting or damaging the aircraft from the ground in combat proved difficult.
ဝါနာဗွန်ဘရောင်း However, on March 1, 1970, von Braun and his family relocated to Washington, D.C., when he was assigned the post of NASA's Deputy Associate Administrator for Planning at NASA Headquarters. After a series of conflicts associated with the truncation of the Apollo program, and facing severe budget constraints, von Braun retired from NASA on May 26, 1972. Not only had it become evident by this time that his and NASA's visions for future U.S. space flight projects were incompatible; it was perhaps even more frustrating for him to see popular support for a continued presence of man in space wane dramatically once the goal to reach the moon had been accomplished.
ဝါနာဗွန်ဘရောင်း The Marshall Center's first major program was the development of Saturn rockets to carry heavy payloads into and beyond Earth orbit. From this, the Apollo program for manned moon flights was developed. Wernher von Braun initially pushed for a flight engineering concept that called for an Earth orbit rendezvous technique (the approach he had argued for building his space station), but in 1962 he converted to the more risky lunar orbit rendezvous concept that was subsequently realized. During Apollo, he worked closely with former Peenemünde teammate, Kurt H. Debus, the first director of the Kennedy Space Center. His dream to help mankind set foot on the Moon became a reality on July 16, 1969 when a Marshall-developed Saturn V rocket launched the crew of "Apollo 11" on its historic eight-day mission. Over the course of the program, Saturn V rockets enabled six teams of astronauts to reach the surface of the Moon.
ဗွီ-၁ ဗုံးပျံ An odometer driven by a vane anemometer on the nose determined when the target area had been reached, accurately enough for area bombing. Before launch, the counter was set to a value that would reach zero upon arrival at the target in the prevailing wind conditions. As the missile flew, the airflow turned the propeller, and every 30 rotations of the propeller counted down one number on the counter. This counter triggered the arming of the warhead after about . When the count reached zero, two detonating bolts were fired. Two spoilers on the elevator were released, the linkage between the elevator and servo was jammed and a guillotine device cut off the control hoses to the rudder servo, setting the rudder in neutral. These actions put the V-1 into a steep dive. While this was originally intended to be a power dive, in practice the dive caused the fuel flow to cease, which stopped the engine. The sudden silence after the buzzing alerted listeners of the impending impact. The fuel problem was quickly fixed, and when the last V-1s fell, the majority hit under power.
ကျူးဘားဒုံးပျံအရေးအခင်း ၁၉၆၂၊ မေလတွင် ဆိုဗီယက်ဝန်ကြီးချုပ် နီကီတာ ကရူးရှက်ဗ်သည် အမေရိကန်ပြည်ထောင်စု၏ ဒုံးပျံဆိုင်ရာရှေ့ပြေးနေမှုကို မဲတင်းရန်နှင့်ဆိုဗီယက်တာလတ်ပစ်ဒုံးပျံများကို ကျူးဘားတွင်ဖြန့်ကျက်ထားရန်အကြံရသည်။ He faced a strategic situation where the US was perceived to have a "splendid first strike" capability against the Soviet Union. ၁၉၆၂တွင် ဆိုဗီယက်တို့၌ ဆိုဗီယက်မြေပေါ်မှအမေရိကန်ပြည်ထောင်စုသို့ နယူကလီယားထိပ်ဖူးတပ်ပစ်လွှတ်နိုင်သော တိုက်ချင်းပစ်ဒုံးပျံ ၂၀ စင်းသာပိုင်ဆိုင်သည်။ The poor accuracy and reliability of these missiles raised serious doubts about their effectiveness. A newer, more reliable generation of ICBMs would only become operational after 1965. Therefore, Soviet nuclear capability in 1962 placed less emphasis on ICBMs than on medium and intermediate-range ballistic missiles (MRBMs and IRBMs). These missiles could hit American allies from Soviet territory and most of Alaska, but not the contiguous 48 States (of the United States). Graham Allison, the director of Harvard University's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, points out, "The Soviet Union could right the nuclear imbalance by deploying new ICBMs on its own soil. But to meet the threat it faced in 1962, 1963, and 1964, it had very few options. Moving existing nuclear weapons to locations from which they could reach American targets was one."