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ကျူးဘားဒုံးပျံအရေးအခင်း အောက်တိုဘာ ၁၉တွင် ယူ-၂သူလျှိုလေယာဉ်များသည် အလုပ်ခွင် ၄ခုကိုတွေ့ရှိပြသနိုင်ခဲ့သည်။ As part of the blockade, the US military was put on high alert to enforce the blockade and to be ready to invade Cuba at a moment's notice. The 1st Armored Division was sent to Georgia, and five army divisions were alerted for combat operations. The Strategic Air Command (SAC) distributed its shorter-ranged B-47 Stratojet medium bombers to civilian airports and sent aloft its B-52 Stratofortress heavy bombers.
ပင်လယ်ပျော်ဘီလူး "Knock Nevis" was renamed "Mont", and reflagged with Sierra Leone by new owners Amber Development Corporation, for her final voyage to India in January 2010 where she was scrapped. Her 36 tonne anchor was saved and sent to the Hong Kong Maritime Museum for exhibition.
အန်တိုနော့ဗ် အေအန်-၂၂၅ On 11 August 2009, the heaviest single cargo item ever sent via air freight was loaded onto the Antonov 225. At long and wide, the consignment–a generator for a gas power plant in Armenia and its loading frame–weighed in at a record . Also during 2009, the An-225 was painted in a new blue and yellow paint scheme, after Antonov ceased cooperation with AirFoyle and partnered with Volga-Dnepr in 2006.
ဗွီ-၂ ဒုံးပျံ A committee was formed with military and civilian scientists, to review payload proposals for the reassembled V-2 rockets. This led to an eclectic array of experiments that flew on V-2s and paved the way for American manned space exploration. Devices were sent aloft to sample the air at all levels to determine atmospheric pressures and to see what gases were present. Other instruments measured the level of cosmic radiation.
ချန်ဆားမြို့ The origins of the name "Changsha" are lost in antiquity. The name first appears in the 11th century BC, during the reign of King Cheng of the Zhou dynasty, a vassal lord from the Changsha area sent a type of softshell turtle known as "Changsha softshell turtle" () as tribute to the Zhou king. In the 2nd century AD, historian Ying Shao wrote that the Qin dynasty use of the name Changsha for the area was a continuance of its old name.
ဆလီနီအာကာသယာဉ် Kaguya completed the planned operation by the end of October 2008 and began extended operations planned to continue through March 2009. It would then be sent into a circular orbit, and finally to an elliptical one, with a controlled impact occurring by August 2009. Because of a degraded reaction wheel, the plan was changed so that on February 1, 2009, the orbit was lowered to ± ,
ကျူးဘားဒုံးပျံအရေးအခင်း As the meeting progressed, a new plan emerged and Kennedy was slowly persuaded. The new plan called for the President to ignore the latest message and instead to return to Khrushchev's earlier one. Kennedy was initially hesitant, feeling that Khrushchev would no longer accept the deal because a new one had been offered, but Llewellyn Thompson argued that he might accept it anyway. White House Special Counsel and Adviser Ted Sorensen and Robert Kennedy left the meeting and returned 45 minutes later with a draft letter to this effect. The President made several changes, had it typed, and sent it.
ကျူးဘားဒုံးပျံအရေးအခင်း At 4:00 pm EDT, Kennedy recalled members of EXCOMM to the White House and ordered that a message immediately be sent to U Thant asking the Soviets to "suspend" work on the missiles while negotiations were carried out. During this meeting, General Maxwell Taylor delivered the news that the U-2 had been shot down. Kennedy had earlier claimed he would order an attack on such sites if fired upon, but he decided to not act unless another attack was made. In an interview 40 years later, McNamara said:
ကျူးဘားဒုံးပျံအရေးအခင်း After the EXCOMM meeting, a smaller meeting continued in the Oval Office. The group argued that the letter should be underscored with an oral message to Ambassador Dobrynin stating that if the missiles were not withdrawn, military action would be used to remove them. Dean Rusk added one proviso, that no part of the language of the deal would mention Turkey, but there would be an understanding that the missiles would be removed "voluntarily" in the immediate aftermath. The President agreed, and the message was sent.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း In their spare time, crews were able to catch up with work, observe the Earth below, respond to letters, drawings and other items sent up from Earth (and give them an official stamp to show they had been aboard "Mir"), or make use of the station's ham radio. Two amateur radio call signs, U1MIR and U2MIR, were assigned to "Mir" in the late 1980s, allowing [[amateur radio operators]] on Earth to communicate with the cosmonauts. The station was also equipped with a large supply of books and films for the crew to read and watch.