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Jan 14, [ Play List ] Added Jan 14, No duplication with that show - this will totally expand your collection of absolute innnnnn-sanity! Also in the bonus tracks ahead of that Book of Mormon song - four songs recorded in the s and s about the Mississippi floods back then, very similar to this year's catastrophe. May 21, [ Play List ] Added May 21, Surprisingly, we haven't covered this topic in over a decade until now. Also: songs for St. Patrick's Day, a song recorded live at the protests in Madison, WI, and some songs about Libya from the s.

Lots of those in the bonus tracks. One f-word in "Liquor and Whores. The symptoms and the treatments.

Napoleon XIV and other usual suspects plus a bunch of things I haven't played lately, or ever. Also Monty Python, some rare Freberg and other delights. May 2, [ Play List ] Added May 2, Oct 17, [ Play List ] Added Oct 17, Demento Show we celebrate our friends in the insect kingdom, our funny friends the flies, the ants, the bees, the cockroaches, creepy crawly bitey bitey, itchy scratchy nasty nasty!

Theere's also a rat song and three worm songs, plus two superheroes and a world full of bastards for good measure. Jul 15, [ Play List ] Added Jul 16, This show has old favorites including a countdown of the five that were most requested this past week plus a bunch that I haven't played before. Some rare treats in our First Hour Free-for-all too! Jul 11, [ Play List ] Added Jul 11, They bite us and sometimes make us sick and generally annoy the heck out of us, but they pollinate fruits and flowers, AND inspire funny songs!

This week's show has a whole lot of those, with only a speck of repeats from the Insects show last July.

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Jun 4, [ Play List ] Added Jun 4, Demento Show we celebrate intelligence. Teenage brain surgeons. Smart girls. EVA During EVA preparations, while spacewalkers pre-breath in the airlock, to help relieve the thrashing and banging which occurred during airlock depressurization on STS-6, Bruce McCandless pointed his head toward the airlock floor while Robert Stewart pointed toward the ceiling.

Outside in open space, McCandless spent 90 minutes checking and donning his MMU, then tested it in the payload bay by maneuvering precisely around equipment. He found that the backpack shuddered and shook when forward movement was initiated in attitude hold. He then moved 45 metres out from the Orbiter, returned to the payload bay, flew out to 96 metres and returned, then moved out again to about 99 metres. MMU nitrogen propellant use was higher than in simulations. McCandless reported later that he was chilled when out away from the payload bay.

He ordered McCandless to hurry back to the payload bay before the Orbiter passed into darkness. McCandless practiced docking with a trunnion pin mounted next to a mockup of the Solar Max main electronics box in the payload bay. Stewart then flew the MMU 93 metres from the Orbiter.

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Commander Brand noted that Stewart was traveling at 0. Stewart tested the MMU for 65 minutes.

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Finally, McCandless became the first astronaut to ride a foot restraint at end of robot arm. The arm proved more stable for EVA work than expected. Mission: STS B. The camera problem meant that engineering film coverage of the EVA was not as comprehensive as planned. The ability to dock with a rotating target was considered crucial to the Solar Max repair.

The astronauts practiced docking with fixed targets instead. Freon dyed red for visibility filled in for poisonous hydrazine. Finally, a foot restraint worked itself loose. Commander Vance Brand maneuvered the Orbiter and McCandless moved down the starboard sill to retrieve the errant hardware. Mission: STS C. Solar Max began to spin. Twice more he attempted to latch onto the satellite with the TPAD, each time adding to the slow spin.

His difficulties were later traced to an obstructing grommet on Solar Max which did not appear in its blueprints. Solar Max lost its lock on the Sun and began draining its batteries. He was forced to return to the Orbiter when his MMU nitrogen propellant supply ran low. A subsequent attempt by Terry Hart to capture the satellite using the Canadarm robot arm failed because of the tumble. The astronauts returned to the airlock. At the end of the day, it seemed that the Space Shuttle had failed to live up to one of its development justifications: payload retrieval and refurbishment.

On April 10, Terry Hart grappled the satellite with the Canadarm on the first try. He then placed the satellite in its servicing cradle in the payload bay.


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The failed attitude control module and main electronics box of the satellite were stowed for return to Earth, where they would be analyzed to determine the cost-effectiveness of satellite refurbishment in orbit. They also stowed thermal blankets and various aluminum parts for analysis by orbital debris researchers on Earth. The salvaged components acted as impromptu debris catchers during their 4 yr in space. Before returning to the airlock, Nelson stepped into an foot restraint and rode the Canadarm above Solar Max to examine and photograph the satellite from all angles.

Van Hoften then took the MMU on a short test flight in the payload bay. On September 9, The ODU was located in unpressurized aft equipment compartment of the station. There were no handholds near it, so ground engineers attached a special work platform with foot restraints to the Progress forward dry cargo module. Mission Control extended the platform by remote control prior to the EVA. Total distance between the Salyut 7 airlock hatch and the worksite was 15 metres. At the start of their spacewalk, Leonid Kizim and Vladimir Solovyov needed about 20 minutes to move from the Salyut 7 airlock to te main propellant system ODU worksite.

There, they set up a TV camera so that Mission Control could watch their work. Kizim took up position on the ladder installed on the previous EVA, while Solovyov placed his boots in the foot restraints on the Progress platform. The oxidizer system was then pressurized with nitrogen to check their work, revealing that the ODU still leaked. The cosmonauts asked for and received an extension to complete work on the reserve line. But, when the extension lapsed, Mission Control had to order them back inside Salyut 7.

First, they finished work on the line they repaired during their second EVA, then installed a bypass line between two fill tubes, creating a new conduit to the main oxidizer supply.

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After they completed their work, nitrogen was again pumped through the system to check its integrity. To the dismay of all, the ODU plumbing still leaked. The spacewalkers replaced the thermal blankets and returned inside the station while troubleshooters on the ground resumed efforts to localize the leak.

During their fourth EVA, Leonid Kizim and Vladimir Solovyov removed the thermal blankets again and installed a second conduit in the Salyut 7 oxidizer system. Oleg Atkov inside Salyut and mission controllers were then able at last to pin down the precise location of the ruptured pipe. The spacewalkers were then dismayed to discover that they lacked tools adequate to complete the repair.

They replaced the thermal blankets and returned inside Salyut 7, their efforts again thwarted. The Progress 20 undocked on May 6, taking the special extension and foot restraints with it. The Progress 21 cargo freighter delivered extensions for the port array. Leonid Kizim and Vladimir Solovyov left the airlock toting tools and the two solar array extensions, each in a separate container. They discarded the containers after removing the panels. From foot restraints, they assembled each 4.

badgecourses.com/3497-cell-tracker.php Onboard Salyut, Oleg Atkov used controls to turn the port array degrees so it presented its other side to the cosmonauts. They then attached and winched into place the second add-on panel. They added 1.


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  8. In this way, the Soviets were upstaging U. Vladimir Dzhanibekov opened the Salyut 7 airlock and unfolded than stood in a Yakor foot restraint. He then set up a worksite lamp. Svetlana Savitskaya handed out the URI, which Dzhanibekov set up and attached to an external power outlet. He then traded places with Savitskaya, who set up a TV camera. Savitskaya began work with URI, first cutting a 0. In all, she performed six cutting, two silver spray coating, and six soldering experiments.

    Savitskaya and Dzhanibekov then traded places again so he could test URI.