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အပိုလို ၁၁ The crew of Apollo 11 in quarantine after returning to Earth, visited by Richard Nixon.
ရုရှားနိုင်ငံရှိ အချိန်ဇုန်များ Although the Russian government wants to reduce the number of time zones even further, there have been protests in far-eastern Russia on the recent changes, including protests and a 20,000-strong petition in support of Kamchatka returning to UTC+12.
ဆေးဝါးဗေဒ 395. Primaquine 26.3 mg salt (15 mg base) OD x 14 days only after returning home iSufzsm;/ Malaria Prevention; Primaquine, Primacip, Rimacip (ဗိုင်းဗက်စ်) ငှက်ဖျားပျောက်ဆေး၊ 7.5 mg BD x 14 days Children over 1 yr; 0.25 mg/kg x 14 days ငှက်ဖျားကာကွယ်ဆေး၊ 15 mg/day during the last 2 weeks of Chloroquine prophylaxis ဘေးထွက်ဆိုးကျိုး = ပျို့-အန်၊ အနီပြင်ထွက်၊ အားယုတ်၊ ဗိုက်နာ၊
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The [[Mir EO-10|EO-10]] crew, launched aboard [[Soyuz TM-13]] on 2 October 1991, was the last crew to launch from the USSR and continued the occupation of "Mir" through the fall of the [[Soviet Union]]. The crew is notable for having launched as Soviet citizens and returning to earth as Russians. The newly formed [[Russian Federal Space Agency]] (Roskosmos) was unable to finance the unlaunched "[[Spektr]]" and "[[Priroda]]" modules, instead putting them into storage and ending "Mir's" second expansion.
အပိုလို ၁၁ Broadcast on live TV to a world-wide audience, Armstrong stepped onto the lunar surface and described the event as "one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind." Apollo 11 effectively ended the Space Race and fulfilled a national goal proposed in 1961 by the late U.S. President John F. Kennedy in a speech before the United States Congress, "before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth."[3]
ကျူးဘားဒုံးပျံအရေးအခင်း Within the US establishment, it was well understood that ignoring the second offer and returning to the first put Khrushchev in a terrible position. Military preparations continued, and all active duty Air Force personnel were recalled to their bases for possible action. Robert Kennedy later recalled the mood, "We had not abandoned all hope, but what hope there was now rested with Khrushchev's revising his course within the next few hours. It was a hope, not an expectation. The expectation was military confrontation by Tuesday, and possibly tomorrow...".
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား Evidence presented at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union in May 2005 by Dr. Ed Stone suggests that the "Voyager 1" spacecraft passed termination shock in December 2004, when it was about 94 AU from the Sun, by virtue of the change in magnetic readings taken from the craft. In contrast, "Voyager 2" began detecting returning particles when it was only 76 AU from the Sun, in May 2006. This implies that the heliosphere may be irregularly shaped, bulging outwards in the Sun's northern hemisphere and pushed inward in the south.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း On 5 May 1986, they undocked from "Mir" for a day-long journey to Salyut 7. They spent 51 days there and gathered 400 kg of scientific material from Salyut 7 for return to "Mir". While Soyuz T-15 was at Salyut 7, the unmanned [[Soyuz TM-1]] arrived at the unoccupied "Mir" and remained for 9 days, testing the new [[Soyuz spacecraft#Soyuz-TM (1986-2003)|Soyuz TM]] model. Soyuz T-15 redocked with "Mir" on 26 June and delivered the experiments and 20 instruments, including a multichannel [[spectrometer]]. The EO-1 crew spent their last 20 days on "Mir" conducting Earth observations before returning to Earth on 16 July 1986, leaving the new station unoccupied.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း Lucid's stay aboard "Mir" ended with the flight of "Atlantis" on [[STS-79]], which launched on 16 September. This, the fourth docking, saw [[John Blaha]] transferring onto "Mir" to take his place as resident U.S. astronaut. His stay on the station improved operations in several areas, including transfer procedures for a docked space shuttle, "hand-over" procedures for long duration American crew members and "ham" [[amateur radio]] communications, and also saw two spacewalks to reconfigure the station's power grid. In all, Blaha spent four months with the EO-22 crew before returning to Earth aboard "Atlantis" on [[STS-81]] in January 1997, at which point he was replaced by [[physician]] [[Jerry Linenger]]. During his flight, Linenger became the first American to conduct a spacewalk from a foreign space station and the first to test the Russian-built [[Orlan space suit|Orlan-M]] spacesuit alongside Russian cosmonaut [[Vasili Tsibliyev]], flying [[Mir EO-23|EO-23]]. All three crew members of EO-23 performed a "fly-around" in [[Soyuz TM-25]] spacecraft. Linenger and his Russian crewmates Vasili Tsibliyev and [[Aleksandr Lazutkin]] faced several difficulties during the mission, including the most severe fire aboard an orbiting spacecraft (caused by a malfunctioning [[ISS ECLSS#Vika|"Vika"]]), failures of various on board systems, a near collision with [[Progress M-33]] during a long-distance TORU test and a total loss of station electrical power. The power failure also caused a loss of [[attitude control]], which led to an uncontrolled "tumble" through space.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း During its 15-year spaceflight, "Mir" was visited by a total of 28 long-duration or "principal" crews, each of which was given a sequential expedition number formatted as EO-X. Expeditions varied in length (from the 72-day flight of the crew of [[Mir EO-28|EO-28]] to the 437-day flight of [[Valeri Polyakov]]), but generally lasted around six months. Principal expedition crews consisted of two to three crew members, who often launched as part of one expedition but returned with another (Polyakov launched with EO-14 and landed with EO-17). The principal expeditions were often supplemented with visiting crews who remained on the station during the week-long handover period between one crew and the next before returning with the departing crew, the station's life support system being able to support a crew of up to six for short periods. The station was occupied for a total of four distinct periods; 12 March–16 July 1986 ([[Mir EO-1|EO-1]]), 5 February 1987 – 27 April 1989 (EO-2–EO-4), the record-breaking run from 5 September 1989 – 28 August 1999 (EO-5–EO-27), and 4 April–16 June 2000 ([[Mir EO-28|EO-28]]). By the time of the station's deorbit, it had been [[List of Mir visitors|visited by 104 different people from twelve different nations]], making it the second-most visited spacecraft in history after the [[International Space Station]].