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မိုက်ခရိုဆော့ဖ် For the first time in 20 years Apple Inc. surpassed Microsoft in Q1 2011 quarterly profits and revenues due to a slowdown in PC sales and continuing huge losses in Microsoft's Online Services Division (which contains its search engine Bing). Microsoft profits were $5.2 billion, while Apple Inc. profits were $6 billion, on revenues of $14.5 billion and $24.7 billion respectively.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The launch of [[Soyuz TM-8]] on 5 September 1989 marked the beginning of the longest human presence in space up until 23 October 2010 (when this record was surpassed by the ISS). It also marked the beginning of "Mir's" second expansion. The [[Kvant-2]] and [[Kristall]] modules were now ready for launch. [[Alexander Viktorenko]] and [[Aleksandr Serebrov]] docked with "Mir" and brought the station out of its five-month hibernation. On 29 September the cosmonauts installed equipment in the docking system in preparation for the arrival of "Kvant"-2, the first of the 20 [[tonne]] add-on modules based on the [[TKS spacecraft]] from the [[Almaz]] programme.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The station was the first consistently inhabited long-term research station in space and was operated by a series of long-duration crews. The "Mir" programme held the record for the longest uninterrupted human presence in space, at 3,644 days, until 23 October 2010 (when it was surpassed by the ISS), and it currently holds the record for the longest single human spaceflight, of Valeri Polyakov, at 437 days 18 hours. "Mir" was occupied for a total of twelve and a half years of its fifteen-year lifespan, having the capacity to support a resident crew of three, and larger crews for short-term visits.
ဆေတန် ၅ ဒုံးပျံ The three-stage Saturn V had a peak thrust of at least (SA-510 and subsequent) and a lift capacity of 118,000 kg to LEO. The SA-510 mission (Apollo 15) had a liftoff thrust of . The SA-513 mission (Skylab) had slightly greater liftoff thrust of . By comparison, the N-1 had a sea-level liftoff thrust of about . No other operational launch vehicle has ever surpassed the Saturn V in height, weight, or payload capability. The closest contenders were the US Space Shuttle and the Soviet Energia.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း Astronaut [[Shannon Lucid]], who set the record for longest stay in space by a woman while aboard "Mir" (surpassed by [[Sunita Williams]] 11 years later on the [[ISS]]), also commented about working aboard "Mir" saying "I think going to work on a daily basis on "Mir" is very similar to going to work on a daily basis on an outstation in Antarctica. The big difference with going to work here is the isolation, because you really are isolated. You don't have a lot of support from the ground. You really are on your own."
ဆေတန် ၅ ဒုံးပျံ In 2008, NASA again redesigned the Ares V, lengthening and widening the core stage and added an extra RS-68 engine, giving the launch vehicle a total of "six" engines. The six RS-68B engines, during launch, would have been augmented by two "5.5-segment" SRBs instead of the original five-segment designs, although no decision was made on the number of segments NASA would have used on the final design. If the six RS-68B/5.5-segment SRB variant had been used, the vehicle would have had a total of approximately of thrust at liftoff, making it more powerful than the Saturn V or the Soviet/Russian Energia boosters, but less than 50–43 MN for the Soviet N-1. An upper stage, known as the Earth Departure Stage and based on the S-IVB, would have utilized a more advanced version of the J-2 engine known as the "J-2X," and would have placed the Altair lunar landing vehicle into a low earth orbit. At tall and with the capability of placing 180 tons into low Earth orbit, the Ares V would have surpassed the Saturn V and the two Soviet/Russian superboosters in both height, lift, and launch capability.