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  • A program for the retrieval of data from a database or network, esp. the Internet
  • a computer program that retrieves documents or files or data from a database or from a computer network (especially from the internet)
  • A search engine is an information retrieval system designed to help find information stored on a computer system. The search results are usually presented in a list and are commonly called hits.
  • A web search engine is designed to search for information on the World Wide Web. The search results are generally presented in a list of results and are often called hits. The information may consist of web pages, images, information and other types of files.
  • (flight) shoot a bird in flight
  • (flight) an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
  • (flight) fly in a flock; "flighting wild geese"
  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
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High Quality Adrenal Rush Games Search & Rescue 4 Pc Software Windows 98 Xp Vista 100 Missions Directx 8.1
High Quality Adrenal Rush Games Search & Rescue 4 Pc Software Windows 98 Xp Vista 100 Missions Directx 8.1
Layered sound effects.10 detailed landscapes. Multiple crisis types. Campaign difficulty based on rank. Movable spotlight for night missions. Fully animated victims and crewmembers. Windows Vista, XP, 98. Pentium II 500 MHz or faster processor. 64 MB RAM.1 GB free hard disk space.16 MB video card. DirectX 8.1. 800x600 monitor, 16-bit color. Windows-compatible sound card & speakers. 8X CD-ROM drive. Get ready to save lives. Welcome to Search And Rescue 4, the most popular and critically acclaimed civilian helicopter flight simulation on the market. As a U.S. Coast Guard pilot you will face dangerous rescue missions involving everything from stranded hikers and lost kids, to leaking oil tankers, chemical factory explosions, and more. And with amazing new scenery, interactive animated environments and a new mission planning stage, you're more than just a pilot--you're part of the action.

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Farewell Flight of Endeavour ~ STS-134
Farewell Flight of Endeavour ~ STS-134
Explore! ~ May 18, 2011 ~ #19 THANK YOU! Endeavour ~ STS-134 ~ Launch Sequence ~ 28 (Shots from Banana River VIP Shuttle Launch Viewing Area - 3 miles from the launch pad!) WE MADE IT!! WE caught it! We shot it!! Shuttle launch - STS-134 ~ Endeavour’s farewell flight - it was amazing! Beautiful! Breathe taking! Something so magical and majestic!! Something Ken & I have both dreamed of seeing, something we have struggled for, hoped for! Lucky to have been there! Anxious! Exciting, nerve-wracking! And then suddenly- GONE through the clouds after that magnificent roll she does so well! No do-overs! One shuttle mission left to fly- Atlantis STS-135, then no more. A bitter-sweet event . . . What can I say about NASA and the US Space Program? Have you ever used a cell phone, a computer? Checked weather? Had an x-ray? Used anything plastic? And on and on- yes, trying hard not to do the “Kim lecture” thing, but SO many advancements in science, technology, and medicine ARE spinoffs of the space program and so few people seem to know! These developments and contributions benefit not only the U.S. of A. but the WORLD!! Since 1976, about 1,400 documented NASA inventions have benefited U.S. industry, improved the quality of life and created jobs for not just Americans, but around the world as well. From the early days of space exploration, these developments have helped change the way of life, especially in health care. Dialysis A NASA developed chemical process was responsible for the development of kidney dialysis machines. •CAT Scan/MRI The need to find imperfections in aerospace structures and components, such as castings, rocket motors and nozzles led to the development of a medical CAT scanner which searches the human body for tumors or other abnormalities. Digital signal-processing techniques, originally developed to enhance pictures of the Moon for the Apollo Program, are an indispensable part of Computer-Aided Tomography (CAT) scan & Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technologies used today worldwide. •Physical Therapy Astronaut health has always been a concern. Weightless conditions could cause physical deterioration, so a cardiovascular conditioner was developed for astronauts in space. This led to the development of a physical therapy and athletic development machine used by football teams, sports clinics and medical rehabilitation centers. • SystemTV Satellite Dishes NASA developed ways to correct errors in the signals coming from the spacecraft. This technology is used to reduce noise (that is, messed up picture or sound) in TV signals coming from satellites. NASA has put many many satellites in orbit that provide weather images, report changing environments on our planet, military intel as well as everyday TV signals. •SystemMedical Imaging NASA developed ways to process signals from spacecraft to produce clearer images. (See more on digital information and how spacecraft send images from space.) This technology also makes possible these photo-like images of our insides. •Bar Coding Originally developed to help NASA keep track of millions of spacecraft parts, bar-coding is now used by almost everybody who sells things to keep track of how much of what is sold and how much of what is left. •Vision Screening System Uses techniques developed for processing space pictures to examine eyes of children and find out quickly if they have any vision problems. The child doesn't have to say a word! •Ear Thermometer Instead of measuring temperature using a column of mercury (which expands as it heats up), this thermometer has a lens like a camera and detects infrared energy, which we feel as heat. The warmer something is (like your body), the more infrared energy it puts out. This technology was originally developed to detect the birth of stars. •Fire Fighter Equipment Fire fighters wear suits made of fire resistant fabric developed for use in space suits. •Sun Tiger Glasses From research done on materials to protect the eyes of welders working on spacecraft, protective lenses were developed that block almost all the wavelengths of radiation that might harm the eyes, while letting through all the useful wavelengths that let us see. •Automobile Design Tools A computer program developed by NASA to analyze a spacecraft or airplane design and predict how parts will perform is now used to help design automobiles. This kind of software can save money by letting car makers see how well a design will work even before they build a prototype. •Cordless Tools Portable, self-contained power tools were originally developed to help Apollo astronauts drill for moon samples. This technology has lead to development of such tools as the cordless vacuum cleaner, power drill, shrub trimmers, and grass shears. •Aerodynamic Bicycle Wheel A special bike wheel uses NAS
New York District Responds To U.S. Airways Flight 1549 Crash in the Hudson River
New York District Responds To U.S. Airways Flight 1549 Crash in the Hudson River
Deckhands on one of New York District's drift collection vessels, DCV Hayward, work to lower a 1,500-pound anchor into the Hudson River near where surveyors suspected a missing engine from U.S. Airways Flight 1549 was located. The anchor was attached to a line, which was attached to a buoy. The Hudson River is deep and visibility is extremely low underwater so divers would follow the line all the way to the bottom to search for the engine, which they did eventually find. (Photo by Chris Gardner, New York District Public Affairs)

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