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Spacecraft — A spacecraft is a vehicle, or machine designed to fly in outer space. Spacecraft are used for a variety of purposes, including communications, earth observation, meteorology, navigation, space colonization, planetary exploration, on a sub-orbital spaceflight, a spacecraft enters space and then returns to the surface, without having gone into an orbit.
For orbital spaceflights, spacecraft enter closed orbits around the Earth or around other celestial bodies, robotic spacecraft used to support scientific research are space probes. Robotic spacecraft that remain in orbit around a body are artificial satellites. Only a handful of interstellar probes, such as Pioneer 10 and 11, Voyager 1 and 2, orbital spacecraft may be recoverable or not. By method of reentry to Earth they may be divided in non-winged space capsules, Sputnik 1 was the first artificial satellite.
It was launched into an elliptical low Earth orbit by the Soviet Union on 4 Octoberthe launch ushered in new political, military, technological, and scientific developments, while the Sputnik launch was a single event, it marked the start of the Space Age.
Apart from its value as a technological first, Sputnik 1 also helped to identify the upper atmospheric layers density and it also provided data on radio-signal distribution in the ionosphere. Pressurized nitrogen in the satellites false body provided the first opportunity for meteoroid detection, Sputnik 1 was launched during the International Geophysical Year from Site No. The satellite travelled at 29, kilometers per hour, taking The first manned spacecraft was Vostok 1, which carried Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin into space inthere were five other manned missions which used a Vostok spacecraft.
The second manned spacecraft was named Freedom 7, and it performed a sub-orbital spaceflight in carrying American astronaut Alan Shepard to an altitude of just over kilometers, there were five other manned missions using Mercury spacecraft.
Except for the shuttle, all of the recoverable manned orbital spacecraft were space capsules. Manned space capsules The International Space Station, manned since Novemberis a joint venture between Russia, the United States, Canada and several other countries, some reusable vehicles have been designed only for manned spaceflight, and these are often called spaceplanes. The first example of such was the North American X spaceplane, the first reusable spacecraft, the X, was air-launched on a suborbital trajectory on July 19, The first partially reusable spacecraft, a winged non-capsule, the Space Shuttle, was launched by the USA on the 20th anniversary of Yuri Gagarins flight 5.
Pangolin — Pangolins are mammals of the order Pholidota.
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These species range in size from 30 to cm, a number of extinct pangolin species are also known. Pangolins have large, protective keratin scales covering their skin, they are the only mammals with this adaptation.
They live in trees or burrows, depending on the species. Pangolins are nocturnal, and their diet consists of mainly ants and they tend to be solitary animals, meeting only to mate and produce a litter of one to three offspring which are raised for about two years. Pangolins are threatened by hunting and heavy deforestation of their natural habitats, the name pangolin comes from the Malay word pengguling, meaning something that rolls up.
The physical appearance of a pangolin is marked by large, hardened, overlapping scales, which are soft on newborn pangolins. They are made of keratin, the material of which human fingernails. The pangolins scaled body is comparable to a cone or globe artichoke. It can curl up into a ball when threatened, with its overlapping scales acting as armor, the scales are sharp, providing extra defense from predators. Pangolins can also emit a chemical from glands near the anus.
They have short legs, with sharp claws which they use for burrowing into termite and ant mounds, large pangolins can extend their tongues as much as 40 cm, with a diameter of only 0. Most pangolins are nocturnal animals that use their sense of smell to find insects. The long-tailed pangolin is also active by day, while species of pangolins spend most of the daytime sleeping. Arboreal pangolins live in trees, whereas the ground-dwelling species dig tunnels underground.
Some pangolins walk with their front claws bent under the foot pad, furthermore, some exhibit a bipedal stance for some behaviors and may walk a few steps bipedally. Most of their diet consists of species of ants and termites and may be supplemented by other insects. They are somewhat particular and tend to only one or two species of insects, even when many species are available to them 6. Gauntlets exist in forms, ranging from flexible fabric and leather gloves, to mail. Historically, gauntlets were used by soldiers and knights and it was considered an important piece of armour, since the hands and arms were particularly vulnerable in hand-to-hand combat.
With the rise of easily reloadable and effective firearms, hand-to-hand combat fell into decline along with personal armour, some medieval gauntlets had a built-in knuckle duster. When the hand was bunched into a fist the backhand protection becomes pronounced from the fist just above the knuckles and this allowed the user to utilize the gauntlet as a melee weapon while still protecting the hand from damage when punching.
A Demi-gauntlet is a type of plate armour gauntlet that only protects the back of the hand, the advantages of the demi-gaunt are that it allows better dexterity and is lighter than a full gauntlet, but the disadvantage is that the fingers are not as well protected. Today, gauntlets are mostly used as armour in contact sports, such as fencing, sword fighting reenactments, in industry, gauntlets are commonly used to protect workers from sparks when welding or grinding metal or when handling potentially harmful substances.
Protective gauntlets are also worn by automotive technicians and butchers. Furthermore, they are a part of pressure suits and spacesuits, usually made of kevlar or other materials that combine toughness, environmental protection.
Gauntlets are also provided on some motorcyclists leather gloves and on snowmobile drivers nylon mittens, marching band and drum corps uniforms often include an item called a gauntlet which includes no glove for the hand, but is just a flared cuff. Some versions are closer to bracers or vambraces in style, in the clothing industry gauntlet can refer to a fashion accessory which is just an extended cuff with little or no hand covering.
Very popular with fans of Heavy Metal music, in the Roman Catholic Church the gloves traditionally worn by the pope or other bishops are also known as gauntlets, or episcopal gloves, though their use had largely been relaxed since Paul VI.
To throw down the gauntlet is to issue a challenge, a gauntlet-wearing knight would challenge a fellow knight or enemy to a duel by throwing one of his gauntlets on the ground. The opponent would pick up the gauntlet to accept the challenge, running the gauntlet was a military punishment in which a soldier or sailor had to pass between a double row of comrades armed with cudgels.
The expression is now generally used metaphorically, gauntlet in this context is unrelated to the protective glove meaning, but is instead derived from the Swedish gatlopp.
Because of this difference in the derivation of the word, the expression is sometimes written running the gantlet, supposedly, if the prisoner could successfully navigate the gauntlet, he was allowed to go free. Usually, however, prisoners had to run for their lives, media related to Gauntlets at Wikimedia Commons 7.
Jews harps may be categorized as idioglot or heteroglot, the shape of the frame, by the number of tines, the frame is held firmly against the performers parted teeth or lips, using the jaw and mouth as a resonator, greatly increasing the volume of the instrument.
By using the cavity of the mouth as a resonator, each harmonic in succession can be isolated and reinforced, the lower harmonics of the series cannot be obtained, owing to the limited capacity of the resonating cavity. The black notes on the show the scale which may be produced by using two harps, one tuned a fourth above the other. The player on the Jews harp, in order to isolate the harmonics and this instrument is considered to be one of the oldest musical instruments in the world, a musician apparently playing it can be seen in a Chinese drawing from the 4th century BC.
Despite its common English name, and the sometimes used Jews trump and this instrument is native to Asia and used in all tribes of Turkic peoples in Asia, among whom it is variously referred to as a temir komuz, agiz komuzu, gubuz or doromb.
When the tongue is made to vibrate, a buzzing is heard which imitates that of bees, wasps, several Jews harps of various sizes, a curious harmony is produced.
The instrument is known in different cultures by many different names. The common English name Jews harp is considered controversial or potentially misleading. Since trances are facilitated by droning sounds, the Jews harp has been associated with magic and has been an instrument in shamanic rituals.
The temir komuz is made of iron usually with a length of — mm, the range of the instrument varies with the size of the instrument, but generally hovers around an octave span.
The Kyrgyz people are proficient on the temir komuz instrument and it is quite popular among children.
There is a National Artist of Kyrgyz Republic who performs on the instrument, one time twenty Kirgiz girls played in a temir komuz ensemble on the stage of the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow. Temir komuz pieces were notated by Zataevich in two or three parts, apparently an octave drone is possible, or even an ostinato alternating the fifth step of a scale with an octave. There are many theories for the origin of the name Jews harp, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, this name appears earliest in Walter Raleighs Discouerie Guiana inspelled Iewes Harp.
The jaw variant is attested at least as early as and and it has also been suggested that the name derives from the French Jeu-trompe meaning toy-trumpet. But theories that the name is a corruption of jaws or jeu are described by the OED as baseless, the OED says that, More or less satisfactory reasons may be conjectured, e.
Spartacus — Little is known about Spartacus beyond the events of the war, and surviving historical accounts are sometimes contradictory and may not always be reliable.
However, all agree that he was a former gladiator. Although this interpretation is not specifically contradicted by historians, no historical account mentions that the goal was to end slavery in the Republic. The Greek essayist Plutarch describes Spartacus as a Thracian of Nomadic stock, Appian says he was a Thracian by birth, who had once served as a soldier with the Romans, but had since been a prisoner and sold for a gladiator.
Florus described him as one who, from a Thracian mercenary, had become a Roman soldier, that had deserted and became enslaved, and afterward, from consideration of his strength, a gladiator. Plutarch also writes that Spartacus wife, a prophetess of the Maedi tribe, was enslaved with him, the name Spartacus is otherwise manifested in the Black Sea region.
Kings of the Thracian dynasty of the Cimmerian Bosporus and Pontus are known to have borne it, according to the differing sources and their interpretation, Spartacus was a captive taken by the legions.
Spartacus was trained at the school near Capua belonging to Lentulus Batiatus. He was a gladiator called a murmillo. These fighters carried a big oblong shield, and used a sword with a broad, straight blade, in 73 BC, Spartacus was among a group of gladiators plotting an escape. About 70 slaves were part of the plot, though few in number, they seized kitchen utensils, fought their way free from the school, and seized several wagons of gladiatorial weapons and armor.
Once free, the escaped gladiators chose Spartacus and two Gallic slaves—Crixus and Oenomaus—as their leaders, the positions of Crixus and Oenomaus—and later, Gannicus and Castus—can be clearly determined from the sources. The response of the Romans was hampered by the absence of the Roman legions, which were engaged in fighting a revolt in Spain. Furthermore, the Romans considered the more of a policing matter than a war. Rome dispatched militia under the command of praetor Gaius Claudius Glaber and they were surprised when Spartacus, who had made ropes from vines, climbed down the cliff side of the volcano with his men and attacked the unfortified Roman camp in the rear, killing most of them.
The rebels also defeated an expedition, nearly capturing the praetor commander, killing his lieutenants. With these successes, more and more slaves flocked to the Spartacan forces, as did many of the herdsmen and shepherds of the region, in these altercations Spartacus proved to be an excellent tactician, suggesting that he may have had previous military experience.
Though the rebels lacked military training, they displayed a skillful use of local materials 9. Trilobite — Trilobites are a fossil group of extinct marine arachnomorph arthropods that form the class Trilobita. Trilobites form one of the earliest known groups of arthropods, Trilobites finally disappeared in the mass extinction at the end of the Permian about million years ago.
The trilobites were among the most successful of all early animals, by the time trilobites first appeared in the fossil record, they were already highly diversified and geographically dispersed. Because trilobites had wide diversity and an easily fossilized exoskeleton, a fossil record was left behind. The study of fossils has facilitated important contributions to biostratigraphy, paleontology, evolutionary biology.Espartaco y el sol bajo el mar Episodio 1 /25 Español Latino
Trilobites are often placed within the arthropod subphylum Schizoramia within the superclass Arachnomorpha, Trilobites had many lifestyles, some moved over the sea bed as predators, scavengers, or filter feeders, and some swam, feeding on plankton. Most lifestyles expected of modern marine arthropods are seen in trilobites, some trilobites are even thought to have evolved a symbiotic relationship with sulfur-eating bacteria from which they derived food. The earliest trilobites known from the record are redlichiids and ptychopariid bigotinids dated to some to million years ago.
Contenders for the earliest trilobites include Profallotaspis jakutensis, Fritzaspis spp, all trilobites are thought to have originated in present-day Siberia, with subsequent distribution and radiation from this location. All Olenellina lack facial sutures, and this is thought to represent the original state, other groups show secondary lost facial sutures, such as all Agnostina and some Phacopina.
Earlier trilobites may be found and could shed light on the origin of trilobites. Three specimens of a trilobite from Morocco, Megistaspis hammondi, dated million years old contain fossilized soft parts. Early trilobites show all the features of the group as a whole.
Though its computer brain dates back to before the Great Cataclysm and possesses an encyclopedic database, there are large holes in its memory. It also contains a number of tiny robots called Triggies Shaggies that it can mobilize to distract enemies or repair itself. The Pirates of the Seas: Members of the Interstrata Marine Pirate Federation, these " punk pirates" roam the strata seeking helpless voyagers to rob or enslave, and they frequently show up to menace the show's heroes.
Their appearance is marked by a recurring theme song and dance performance.
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Their society is structured in the guise of a democracy controlled through mass media. Mighty Matt Mattymattea simple-minded pirate with a small red mohawk, is Max's sidekick. Her mohawk is blonde. Sleazeappeal Seskapil, wordplay on "sex appeal"a sophisticated pirate with a green mohawk. Recurring characters[ edit ] Brigands of the Fjords: The Pirates of the Seas' rivals throughout the series.
The only identified member is their leader, Ringmar, who frequently competes with Nasty Max for leadership of the nested worlds' rogues. Two of Arkadia's elders. Arkana was presented to them and sent on her quest to the surface world. They tended to not believe the existence of any life on the surface. The Inquisitors of the Living Crystal: This three-person tribunal of blue-skinned judges is first seen in the second episode of the first season, "Le cristal vivant" "The Living Crystal".
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They try to make Galileo renounce his claims of a world beyond the Living Crystal. They have the group captured and psychologically tested to convince them that they are beings who were caught in the Living Crystal and are suffering "a deformation of time".
They are even prepared to re-crystallize Tehrig if Galileo does not renounce his beliefs. Spartakus' nemesis and guardian of the Prisoners of the Lost Time. His purpose is to capture all Arkadians who have left the city, and imprison them. It is suggested that this was to be temporary, so that they could be transported back to Arkadia, as the prison's creator was an Arkadian who argued against those who decided to leave soon after the creation of the Tehra, but she died while traveling the strata, leaving them imprisoned forever.
Minor characters[ edit ] Emperor Qin: The ruler of a Chinese-like empire within the strata. He marched out to conquer Arkadia. He was eventually killed amongst his army of clay robot-like warriors.
A strata version of the real-world Galileo ; he lives in the Living Crystal. When he discovers the group imprisoned in a crystallized Tehrig, he breaks them free. Their existence proves the prohibited theory that there is life outside of the living crystal. After being forced to deny the truth, he was allowed to leave with the group, but at the last moment returned home. They are unintentionally released to rage havoc by Arkana, who is misled by the Phoenix into using her powers. In the end they are both forced back to their own world.
A famous spokesman, kidnapped by Nasty Max in order to help him learn the art of speaking and thus win election as leader of the Interstrata Pirate Federation.
He was banished from his country because he did not have the walls repaired. A nomadic warrior people who oppress and steal from others. They are notable for their invincibility. They never get down from their mounts for fear of being trampled to death.
A grandfather and his granddaughter who live in a village pillaged by the Mogokhs. They seek aid from the group, who help them overcome the Mogokhs. A scientist and Star Healer on board a space ship, he investigates and tries to "cure stars".
He met with Rebecca and Matt and welcomed them. At first, he is willing to help them as soon as his present mission is finished. Upon hearing that they were accompanied by Spartakus and Arkana, he immediately disappears. Later, when the group returns to their own time and place in the episode "Star Healer"he contacts them via Tehrig and informs the surprised Arkana and Spartakus that they are his ancestors. He contacts them again during the series finale, with a message to help them finally save Arkadia.
A strange creature that lives in the ancient ruins of a long-destroyed city. He kidnaps Arkana, but without intending to hurt her. He is shot by Spartakus when he tries to protect Arkana, but is only slightly wounded.
Spartakus's younger brother, he grew up in luxury as the adopted son of the Lanista trainer of gladiators of Barkar. Unlike his brother, Rainbow is cruel and nihilistic. After the Lanista was overthrown, Rainbow began to wander the nested worlds. Releases outside of television[ edit ] The show's popularity in France led to the songs being released on several records in the s. In France, a set of DVDs was released of the program around On 8 AugustNina Wolmark reached an agreement with Lions Gate Entertainment for the movie production company to begin development of a script which could be made into the first film within a trilogy.