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Track International Flights Live
- (international flight) a flight that takes off in one country and lands in another
- aircraft flights through the airspace of more than one state.
- (International Flight) Flying abroad is not difficult as one just need to select the destination and search the flight with the help of internet. There are various travel portals which offer very good services on web.
- observe or plot the moving path of something; "track a missile"
- A rough path or minor road, typically one beaten by use rather than constructed
- path: a line or route along which something travels or moves; "the hurricane demolished houses in its path"; "the track of an animal"; "the course of the river"
- The sport of running on such a track
- carry on the feet and deposit; "track mud into the house"
- A prepared course or circuit for athletes, horses, motor vehicles, bicycles, or dogs to race on
- actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing; "a live television program"; "brought to you live from Lincoln Center"; "live entertainment involves performers actually in the physical presence of a live audience"
- populate: inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of; "People lived in Africa millions of years ago"; "The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"; "this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"; "deer are populating the woods"
- As or at an actual event or performance
- not recorded; "the opera was broadcast live"
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Roxy Golden Track Insulated Pant - Women's Military, S
When it's eyeball-freezing and nuking out, you're ok to hang by the fire in the lodge. But as soon as the storm passes, you're out the door and on the slopes. The Roxy Golden Track Insulated Pant keeps up with its light insulation and heat-dumping vents.
Material: [membrane/laminate] QuikTech 8,000; [shell] polyester micro twill; [lining] taffeta
Fabric Waterproof Rating: 8000 mm
Fabric Breathability Rating: 5000 g/m
Insulation: synthetic (80g)
Venting: inner thigh mesh vents
Side Zips: no
Seams: critical seams taped
Pockets: 2 hand, 1 cargo
Recommended Use: snowboarding, winter activities
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year
alpha and omega - story of an ashtray
I noticed there were too many face shots in this stream recently – and if I’m getting tired of them – I can just imagine how you must feel! Hence, tonight, I will present you with a hand shot. And a little story about an ashtray. And about how paths cross, when you least expect them. In 2003, I had just moved to Dubai and have started on the path of making friends and getting to know the place – and basically, looking out for any new adventure! Within the first couple of weeks of my arrival there, my dear friend Rae asked me to accompany her on a little outing: first go to this guys’s place and let him cut our hair! Turns out he worked in Tony & Guy’s hair salon, but because it was very expensive to get our hair cut there, he was happy to give us a T&G’s haircut outside the saloon, but charge just half the price – pay directly to him! Naturally, we thought this was a great bargain – get a stylish hair cut at half the price, but we were scared to go alone, so we both packed into his little tiny place, and got these great hair cuts. Then, we were supposed to drive to Sharjah, another Emirate, where Rae was supposed to look in on her friend’s goldfish. She was not asked to flat-sit, just to come every couple of days and feed the fish – there were supposed to be 6 orange, fat and bored looking goldfish. I was happy to tag along – I’ve never been to Sharjah (turns out didn’t really miss much..), and I loved riding in Rae’s Honda CRV – what a cute “little” car! When we got there, Rae immediately tended to the fish. One had dies and was floating with its round orange tummy turned up. While she cleaned up, I was to wait in the living room of this nice apartment. Rae told me this apartment belonged to F. F was her best friend, they went to school together back in Philippines and met up again in Dubai, she had known him for years. She told me a bit about him and his history: he had married a gorgeous woman, whom he deeply loved. She turned out to be a bit of a wacko and they eventually separated and divorced, but not before they had a little baby girl. He had a super job as a training manager for a fast food company, and he travelled all around the GCC region and lots around Asia and America. I can’t recall the details exactly, but I do remember Rae saying how devested F was, and the difficulties that this witch woman ex-wife had put him through and how great a friend he was. I do remember having a very good impression of this man just through Rae’s story alone and feeling empathy for his circumstances. But, it was very – weird- being in this man’s flat – for a minute all alone, standing in his living room. I’ve heard so much about him already, almost felt like I knew him, and now – here I was in his place, everything matched what I had already known: photos of the daughter (and even the ex wife! And the selfish look of the woman on those photos), lots of toys from the workplace (the ones you get in those children meals packages) – wow, the whole place was covered in these little toys. I looked around, I did not feel uncomfortable, nor did I feel like this was something which should not be done – I was not touching anything, how would he even know I was there. It was a bit intimidating, to see something so personal of someone, meanwhile, him not knowing I even had this access to his life! I scanned his bookshelfs (encyclopaedias and travel books), his music rack (love songs), his coffee table (travel memorabilia and porn magazines)…..furthermore, I moved the little plastic toys a bit….it was very weird for me, but also very entertaining – seeing bits and pieces of sometime through their things. Out of decency, I finally sat down – I mean, this is someone else’s place, after all! And they have no idea you, a stranger, is in their place. So I sat on the sofa, hurrying Rae up, but she actually encouraged me to relax, take a drink if I like even….far out. I just imagined – what would I think if I knew a complete stranger was in my “private space”, I’d probably freak out. Anyhow, this place was like a museum with little knick-naks. As we were getting ready to leave, I spotted a little parcel wrapped in paper, I picked it up and actually opened it (yes, someone else’s parcel….gosh, looking back, I really do think I was a bit too crazy then!. The nerve!). I saw this beautiful ashtray, obviously from a recent trip F had come from. I don’t know why, I just thought I’d love to have this ashtray. I remember Rae immediately saying “take it” as if it was her item. I hesitated, thought that this might have been a gift for someone (since it was still wrapped in paper), and deliberated. She said, not to worry, she knows it’s F’s own item and he certainly would not mind, so I just took it! I was so happy, it somehow felt almost right: it felt like it was gift from F himself, since I felt I already knew him, both from Rae’s stories and from this “exercise of voyeurism” in his living room. The ashtray found a new home in m
National Museum of the United States Air Force, Dayton, Ohio
GEMINI SPACECRAFT Project Gemini was a crucial proving ground for manned spaceflight technology. After Mercury showed that people could survive in space, Gemini proved that men could work and live for long periods in orbit and outside of spacecraft. Gemini also explored atmospheric re-entry techniques and pioneered complex orbital rendezvous and docking techniques that are still used today. Project Gemini Gemini bridged the gap between Mercury, the first U.S. manned space program, and Apollo , which landed men on the moon. Gemini's goals were to study long-duration spaceflight, develop techniques for rendezvous and docking in space, and conduct extravehicular activities or "spacewalks." After two unmanned test flights in 1964, 10 manned Gemini missions took place in 1965-1966. Two of these -- Gemini VI-A and Gemini VII -- flew at the same time in order to rendezvous in orbit with each other. The U.S. Air Force played an important role in Gemini. As with the earlier Mercury program, the USAF contributed boosters and launch crews, flight medicine, facilities and tracking and recovery services. The Gemini Titan launch vehicle was the most important USAF element, a modified Titan II ballistic missile that was the only booster capable of lifting the Gemini spacecraft into orbit. More than half the crewmen (9 of 16) who flew Gemini missions were Air Force officers. Gemini B Spacecraft The spacecraft on display at the museum, although flight-rated, never flew. It was used for heat testing and transferred to the Air Force for use in the Manned Orbiting Laboratory (MOL) program. MOL was intended to conduct military reconnaissance experiments in orbit and was part of a wider USAF plan to explore military manned space flight. This plan included an expanded USAF role in Gemini called "Blue Gemini," which envisioned several all-USAF Gemini flights as a transition to the MOL project. It was determined, however, that NASA control of Gemini -- separate from the USAF's MOL program -- was in the best interests of staying ahead of the Soviets in the moon landing race, and in maintaining NASA's peaceful international image. NASA and the USAF still worked closely together on Gemini, however, since the USAF remained vitally interested in Gemini rendezvous and docking techniques for MOL. The Gemini B/MOL craft on display is externally similar to NASA's Gemini spacecraft but has many modifications. The most obvious is the addition of a circular hatch through the heat shield to allow passage between the spacecraft and the laboratory. Despite advanced planning including the selection of crews, development of a new launch vehicle, and the construction of a launch site at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the MOL project was cancelled in June 1969 because of budget constraints. The spacecraft on display is on loan from the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum.