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?Get Back?, the creative twilight of the Beatles
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?I would rather pay than be vaccinated? against the Covid
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                    [description] => L?hotel Scandic Grand central. CARL BERGMAN PHOTOS FOR M THE WORLD MAGAZINE Major architect of the XXe century, Eero Saarinen eclipsed the work of his father, Eliel (1873-1950), who nevertheless designed Art Deco buildings in Finland, then in the United States, where he emigrated in 1923. Among the masterpieces of the work of the latter, ... Read more
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Major architect of the XXe century, Eero Saarinen eclipsed the work of his father, Eliel (1873-1950), who nevertheless designed Art Deco buildings in Finland, then in the United States, where he emigrated in 1923. Among the masterpieces of the work of the latter, the Helsinki station, in a national romantic style, whose two colossal caryatids are one of the symbols of the Finnish capital.

The Scandic hotel group has just installed its 491 rooms in one of the wings of the station, formerly occupied by the headquarters of the national railway company. Brass lamps, navy blue and white paint, armchair with organic curves, subdued lighting … the typical Scandinavian decoration was created by the Finnish agency Puroplan, which relies on sober and cozy luxury (the beds are very comfortable) .

Suite 3008, which offers one of the most beautiful views over the Place de la Gare-Centrale – with, in the background, the Ateneum, the Finnish Museum of Fine Arts housed in a neoclassical building -, also has the final Finnish touch: a private microsauna adjoining the bathroom. Ideal for warming up after spending the day braving the cold of the city. Leaving the room, linger in the hotel lobby, where there are still chairs and wooden tables painted in sky blue and designed by Eliel Saarinen in 1919, during the construction of the building.

Scandic Grand Central, Vilhonkatu 13, Helsinki (Finland). Room from 130 ? approx., Suite from 280 ? approx. (depending on dates), breakfast included. scandichotels.com/hotels/finland/helsinki/scandic-grand-central-helsinki

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At 550 meters: explore the hills

The Amos Rex Museum.

This architectural UFO opened three years ago is made up of two distinct parts on the outside: a modernist cinema from 1936 at the entrance and, at the back, in a public square, astonishing cement-tiled hills that end in portholes to illuminate the interior of the museum with an overhead light. Inside, Amos Rex offers temporary exhibitions of contemporary art (Bill Viola until February 27, 2022) which take advantage of this flexible and surprising basement space.

Amos Rex Museum, Mannerheimintie 22-24. amosrex.fi/eng

At 600 meters: savor a brioche with spices

At Gateau Espa, the korvapuusti.

Finnish gastronomic symbol, korvapuusti is a tasty brioche with cinnamon and cardamom sold in all bakeries in the country. The Gateau brand offers pistachio, cranberries and lactose-free variations in its pocket bakery, which can be enjoyed on the establishment’s small terrace while soaking up the city atmosphere.

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) [summary] => L?hotel Scandic Grand central. CARL BERGMAN PHOTOS FOR M THE WORLD MAGAZINE Major architect of the XXe century, Eero Saarinen eclipsed the work of his father, Eliel (1873-1950), who nevertheless designed Art Deco buildings in Finland, then in the United States, where he emigrated in 1923. Among the masterpieces of the work of the latter, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Major architect of the XXe century, Eero Saarinen eclipsed the work of his father, Eliel (1873-1950), who nevertheless designed Art Deco buildings in Finland, then in the United States, where he emigrated in 1923. Among the masterpieces of the work of the latter, the Helsinki station, in a national romantic style, whose two colossal caryatids are one of the symbols of the Finnish capital.

The Scandic hotel group has just installed its 491 rooms in one of the wings of the station, formerly occupied by the headquarters of the national railway company. Brass lamps, navy blue and white paint, armchair with organic curves, subdued lighting … the typical Scandinavian decoration was created by the Finnish agency Puroplan, which relies on sober and cozy luxury (the beds are very comfortable) .

Suite 3008, which offers one of the most beautiful views over the Place de la Gare-Centrale – with, in the background, the Ateneum, the Finnish Museum of Fine Arts housed in a neoclassical building -, also has the final Finnish touch: a private microsauna adjoining the bathroom. Ideal for warming up after spending the day braving the cold of the city. Leaving the room, linger in the hotel lobby, where there are still chairs and wooden tables painted in sky blue and designed by Eliel Saarinen in 1919, during the construction of the building.

Scandic Grand Central, Vilhonkatu 13, Helsinki (Finland). Room from 130 ? approx., Suite from 280 ? approx. (depending on dates), breakfast included. scandichotels.com/hotels/finland/helsinki/scandic-grand-central-helsinki

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At 550 meters: explore the hills

The Amos Rex Museum.

This architectural UFO opened three years ago is made up of two distinct parts on the outside: a modernist cinema from 1936 at the entrance and, at the back, in a public square, astonishing cement-tiled hills that end in portholes to illuminate the interior of the museum with an overhead light. Inside, Amos Rex offers temporary exhibitions of contemporary art (Bill Viola until February 27, 2022) which take advantage of this flexible and surprising basement space.

Amos Rex Museum, Mannerheimintie 22-24. amosrex.fi/eng

At 600 meters: savor a brioche with spices

At Gateau Espa, the korvapuusti.

Finnish gastronomic symbol, korvapuusti is a tasty brioche with cinnamon and cardamom sold in all bakeries in the country. The Gateau brand offers pistachio, cranberries and lactose-free variations in its pocket bakery, which can be enjoyed on the establishment’s small terrace while soaking up the city atmosphere.

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[date_timestamp] => 1634324517 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => ?Get Back?, the creative twilight of the Beatles [link] => https://movs.world/get-back-the-creative-twilight-of-the-beatles/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 15 Oct 2021 19:00:56 +0000 [category] => CultureBEATLEScreativetwilight [guid] => https://movs.world/get-back-the-creative-twilight-of-the-beatles/ [description] => Cover of the book “The Beatles: Get Back”. APPLE CORPS / APPLE CORPS VIA REUTERS They parted more than half a century ago, two of them are no longer of this world (John Lennon, assassinated in 1980, George Harrison, died in 2001), but they will never have stopped talk about them. The separation of the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

They parted more than half a century ago, two of them are no longer of this world (John Lennon, assassinated in 1980, George Harrison, died in 2001), but they will never have stopped talk about them. The separation of the Beatles occupies the news with the concomitant publication of a box set dedicated to the album Let It Be (the last published by the Liverpool quartet, in May 1970) and by a beautiful book, Get Back, verbatim drawn from two hundred hours of conversations from recording sessions. Two zakouskis, while awaiting the broadcast on Disney +, on November 25, of a six-hour mini-series directed by Peter Jackson from the images (57 hours of film) filmed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg in January 1969.

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr wish to write the end of this story on a happier note than the one left Let It Be, the Lindsay-Hogg documentary released in theaters at the same time as the album. Images, sound and writing: the deviceAnthology, the official history of the group delivered from 1995, is repeated identically and will not fail to resurface the enigma at the Cluedo which divides the fans. Who killed the Beatles? The The voice of the people has long designated Yoko Ono, widow of Lennon, as guilty, not without misogyny – a woman embedded in a rock group … What McCartney had predicted in 1969 by addressing Lennon thus: “It’s going to sound incredibly funny, in fifty years, you can imagine: they broke up because Yoko sat on an amp! “

If the photos of the book – signed by Linda McCartney, wife of Paul, and Ethan A. Russell – attest that Yoko Ono was indeed omnipresent, the bassist nevertheless washed the Japanese artist of any suspicion in an interview for BBC Radio 4 which will be aired on October 23. It’s Lennon who is at “The origin of the rupture” for asking for a « divorce » during a group meeting. These words by McCartney were presented as a staggering revelation as the first to acknowledge the facts was Lennon himself, as early as December 1970, in an interview with the magazine. Rolling Stone?

Phil Spector rehabilitated

The luxurious phonographic box celebrating Let It Be rehabilitates another unloved, the American producer Phil Spector (died January 16 in prison), served in 2003 with the release of Let It Be? Naked, a version of the album stripped of strings, brass and backing vocals that the inventor of wall of sound (?Sound barrier?) had added. His much-criticized work has this time been preserved, even the crime of lese-majesté committed on The Long and Winding Road. A new mix was made by Giles Martin, son of George – the Beatles producer – which saves clarity (not really Spector’s mark) and benefits McCartney’s beautiful piano part on the For You Blue d?Harrison.

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) [summary] => Cover of the book “The Beatles: Get Back”. APPLE CORPS / APPLE CORPS VIA REUTERS They parted more than half a century ago, two of them are no longer of this world (John Lennon, assassinated in 1980, George Harrison, died in 2001), but they will never have stopped talk about them. The separation of the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

They parted more than half a century ago, two of them are no longer of this world (John Lennon, assassinated in 1980, George Harrison, died in 2001), but they will never have stopped talk about them. The separation of the Beatles occupies the news with the concomitant publication of a box set dedicated to the album Let It Be (the last published by the Liverpool quartet, in May 1970) and by a beautiful book, Get Back, verbatim drawn from two hundred hours of conversations from recording sessions. Two zakouskis, while awaiting the broadcast on Disney +, on November 25, of a six-hour mini-series directed by Peter Jackson from the images (57 hours of film) filmed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg in January 1969.

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr wish to write the end of this story on a happier note than the one left Let It Be, the Lindsay-Hogg documentary released in theaters at the same time as the album. Images, sound and writing: the deviceAnthology, the official history of the group delivered from 1995, is repeated identically and will not fail to resurface the enigma at the Cluedo which divides the fans. Who killed the Beatles? The The voice of the people has long designated Yoko Ono, widow of Lennon, as guilty, not without misogyny – a woman embedded in a rock group … What McCartney had predicted in 1969 by addressing Lennon thus: “It’s going to sound incredibly funny, in fifty years, you can imagine: they broke up because Yoko sat on an amp! “

If the photos of the book – signed by Linda McCartney, wife of Paul, and Ethan A. Russell – attest that Yoko Ono was indeed omnipresent, the bassist nevertheless washed the Japanese artist of any suspicion in an interview for BBC Radio 4 which will be aired on October 23. It’s Lennon who is at “The origin of the rupture” for asking for a « divorce » during a group meeting. These words by McCartney were presented as a staggering revelation as the first to acknowledge the facts was Lennon himself, as early as December 1970, in an interview with the magazine. Rolling Stone?

Phil Spector rehabilitated

The luxurious phonographic box celebrating Let It Be rehabilitates another unloved, the American producer Phil Spector (died January 16 in prison), served in 2003 with the release of Let It Be? Naked, a version of the album stripped of strings, brass and backing vocals that the inventor of wall of sound (?Sound barrier?) had added. His much-criticized work has this time been preserved, even the crime of lese-majesté committed on The Long and Winding Road. A new mix was made by Giles Martin, son of George – the Beatles producer – which saves clarity (not really Spector’s mark) and benefits McCartney’s beautiful piano part on the For You Blue d?Harrison.

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[date_timestamp] => 1634324456 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => In Afghanistan, the increase in attacks casts doubt on the Taliban?s ability to guarantee security on their territory [link] => https://movs.world/in-afghanistan-the-increase-in-attacks-casts-doubt-on-the-talibans-ability-to-guarantee-security-on-their-territory/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:50:44 +0000 [category] => InternationalabilityAfghanistanattackscastsdoubtguaranteeincreaseSecurityTalibansterritory [guid] => https://movs.world/in-afghanistan-the-increase-in-attacks-casts-doubt-on-the-talibans-ability-to-guarantee-security-on-their-territory/ [description] => In Kandahar after a suicide attack that hit the Shiite Fatemieh mosque on October 15, 2021. JAVED TANVEER / AFP The weekly day of great prayer, considered in the Muslim world as a moment of peace, again experienced the worst violence in Afghanistan on Friday, October 15. More than 40 people were killed and more ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The weekly day of great prayer, considered in the Muslim world as a moment of peace, again experienced the worst violence in Afghanistan on Friday, October 15. More than 40 people were killed and more than 70 injured in a suicide bombing in a Shiite mosque in Kandahar, the big city in the south of the country. This carnage echoes that committed on October 8, in similar circumstances, in Kunduz (northeast), claimed by the Islamic State (IS) organization. Occurring in a region where the Taliban are historically strongly established, this new attack weakens their promise to guarantee security throughout the territory and to deny access to terrorist groups.

According to preliminary evidence, gunfire and several explosions were reported inside and outside the Fatemieh Mosque, the most important Shiite religious establishment in Kandahar. The security forces estimated, Friday evening, that several suicide bombers would have committed this crime while nearly five hundred people thronged in the places. The images relayed by local television showed, again, the broom of ambulances coming to the aid of the victims. Lifeless bodies strewn across bloody carpets, strewn with clothing, were stepped over by dazed, tearful or desperate survivors.

The Taliban are reluctant to communicate about these acts that challenge their authority

As is often the case in Afghanistan, the toll of such deadly attacks is imprecise. The sources and centralization of information are difficult to verify. In addition, the Taliban are hardly inclined to communicate about these acts calling into question their authority and the organization of the Afghan administrations remains too embryonic to ensure precise monitoring of the condition of the victims, whose number is often much greater than ‘originally announced. On Friday evening, hospitals and clinics in Kandahar were overwhelmed and health workers declared that they were sorely lacking in blood, according to a medical source cited by Agence France-Presse.

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“Bring the perpetrators to justice”

The Taliban government spoke in the evening through Interior Ministry spokesman Qari Sayed Khosti on Twitter: “We are saddened to learn that an explosion took place in a mosque of the Shiite brotherhood (?) in the city of Kandahar, where a number of our compatriots were killed and injured. “ He added that “Special forces of the Islamic Emirate [le nom officiel choisi par les talibans pour le pays] arrived in the area to determine the nature of the incident and bring the perpetrators to justice ?.

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) [summary] => In Kandahar after a suicide attack that hit the Shiite Fatemieh mosque on October 15, 2021. JAVED TANVEER / AFP The weekly day of great prayer, considered in the Muslim world as a moment of peace, again experienced the worst violence in Afghanistan on Friday, October 15. More than 40 people were killed and more ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The weekly day of great prayer, considered in the Muslim world as a moment of peace, again experienced the worst violence in Afghanistan on Friday, October 15. More than 40 people were killed and more than 70 injured in a suicide bombing in a Shiite mosque in Kandahar, the big city in the south of the country. This carnage echoes that committed on October 8, in similar circumstances, in Kunduz (northeast), claimed by the Islamic State (IS) organization. Occurring in a region where the Taliban are historically strongly established, this new attack weakens their promise to guarantee security throughout the territory and to deny access to terrorist groups.

According to preliminary evidence, gunfire and several explosions were reported inside and outside the Fatemieh Mosque, the most important Shiite religious establishment in Kandahar. The security forces estimated, Friday evening, that several suicide bombers would have committed this crime while nearly five hundred people thronged in the places. The images relayed by local television showed, again, the broom of ambulances coming to the aid of the victims. Lifeless bodies strewn across bloody carpets, strewn with clothing, were stepped over by dazed, tearful or desperate survivors.

The Taliban are reluctant to communicate about these acts that challenge their authority

As is often the case in Afghanistan, the toll of such deadly attacks is imprecise. The sources and centralization of information are difficult to verify. In addition, the Taliban are hardly inclined to communicate about these acts calling into question their authority and the organization of the Afghan administrations remains too embryonic to ensure precise monitoring of the condition of the victims, whose number is often much greater than ‘originally announced. On Friday evening, hospitals and clinics in Kandahar were overwhelmed and health workers declared that they were sorely lacking in blood, according to a medical source cited by Agence France-Presse.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Taliban facing violence from ISIS in Afghanistan

“Bring the perpetrators to justice”

The Taliban government spoke in the evening through Interior Ministry spokesman Qari Sayed Khosti on Twitter: “We are saddened to learn that an explosion took place in a mosque of the Shiite brotherhood (?) in the city of Kandahar, where a number of our compatriots were killed and injured. “ He added that “Special forces of the Islamic Emirate [le nom officiel choisi par les talibans pour le pays] arrived in the area to determine the nature of the incident and bring the perpetrators to justice ?.

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[date_timestamp] => 1634323844 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => ?I would rather pay than be vaccinated? against the Covid [link] => https://movs.world/i-would-rather-pay-than-be-vaccinated-against-the-covid/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:49:03 +0000 [category] => Planetcovidpayvaccinated [guid] => https://movs.world/i-would-rather-pay-than-be-vaccinated-against-the-covid/ [description] => A PCR test is carried out in a Covid-19 screening center, in Nantes, on January 18, 2021. LOÏC VENANCE / AFP It is noon. For Alicia, it’s usually the shot. Since several weeks, the operator spends his days under an arbor erected in front of a pharmacy in the city center of Metz. “Here, antigenic ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

It is noon. For Alicia, it’s usually the shot. Since several weeks, the operator spends his days under an arbor erected in front of a pharmacy in the city center of Metz. “Here, antigenic tests, results in fifteen minutes”, can we read at the entrance. ?People often come to be tested during their lunch break, she says. Usually by this time I’ve done fifty tests. “ But this Friday, October 15, the first day of the end of the free PCR and antigenic tests for the unvaccinated, time seems longer to him. ?I have only done eighteen tests since taking up my post. Normally Friday is the busiest day. “

For unvaccinated adult patients, an antigen test now costs 25 euros when performed in a pharmacy, 22 euros in a laboratory. Only those who have a prescription or who have been identified as contact cases can benefit from free care. Mathieu, 38, has just paid 44 euros for a PCR test he needs for a professional trip. He does not hide his anger: ?I understand that the tests are paying because all this is very expensive for Medicare. But while we make everyone pay, including the vaccinated people! “ He refuses to hear about the vaccine from Pfizer or that of Moderna and will not change his habits: ?I hardly ever got tested, he said. Since the introduction of the health pass, I boycott establishments that require it. And I live very well as well. “

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Tristan, 32, is more worried. He also does not want to be vaccinated. The young man, who says he works in real estate, invokes “The lack of hindsight”, “Lab money” and some ?fake news? circulating on the Internet. But he did not give up living. For two months, his weeks have been punctuated by two visits to the pharmacy: ?I come every Tuesday to be able to go to the gym and then every Friday to go out on weekends. “ The aperitif with friends has just cost him 25 euros, even before ordering the first drink. He does his calculation: ?It’s 50 euros per week, 200 euros per month. I obviously can’t afford it. “ Direction to the vaccination center? ” No way ! I won’t let go now he slices. I will go out less, I will save money. “

” It’s expensive “

In her tent, Alicia smiles, referring to these “regulars” who come to see her twice a week: “They are always the same, she says. I don’t even have to ask them for their dates of birth anymore, I know them by heart. ” She is adamant: “They will not be vaccinated”. And if they are less numerous, this Friday, it is because many had anticipated the end of the free service. “Thursday, we carried out twice as many tests as usual”, confirms the secretary of one of the largest analysis laboratories in Metz.

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) [summary] => A PCR test is carried out in a Covid-19 screening center, in Nantes, on January 18, 2021. LOÏC VENANCE / AFP It is noon. For Alicia, it’s usually the shot. Since several weeks, the operator spends his days under an arbor erected in front of a pharmacy in the city center of Metz. “Here, antigenic ... Read more [atom_content] =>

It is noon. For Alicia, it’s usually the shot. Since several weeks, the operator spends his days under an arbor erected in front of a pharmacy in the city center of Metz. “Here, antigenic tests, results in fifteen minutes”, can we read at the entrance. ?People often come to be tested during their lunch break, she says. Usually by this time I’ve done fifty tests. “ But this Friday, October 15, the first day of the end of the free PCR and antigenic tests for the unvaccinated, time seems longer to him. ?I have only done eighteen tests since taking up my post. Normally Friday is the busiest day. “

For unvaccinated adult patients, an antigen test now costs 25 euros when performed in a pharmacy, 22 euros in a laboratory. Only those who have a prescription or who have been identified as contact cases can benefit from free care. Mathieu, 38, has just paid 44 euros for a PCR test he needs for a professional trip. He does not hide his anger: ?I understand that the tests are paying because all this is very expensive for Medicare. But while we make everyone pay, including the vaccinated people! “ He refuses to hear about the vaccine from Pfizer or that of Moderna and will not change his habits: ?I hardly ever got tested, he said. Since the introduction of the health pass, I boycott establishments that require it. And I live very well as well. “

Read also Covid-19: what exceptions to the end of free PCR and antigen tests?

Tristan, 32, is more worried. He also does not want to be vaccinated. The young man, who says he works in real estate, invokes “The lack of hindsight”, “Lab money” and some ?fake news? circulating on the Internet. But he did not give up living. For two months, his weeks have been punctuated by two visits to the pharmacy: ?I come every Tuesday to be able to go to the gym and then every Friday to go out on weekends. “ The aperitif with friends has just cost him 25 euros, even before ordering the first drink. He does his calculation: ?It’s 50 euros per week, 200 euros per month. I obviously can’t afford it. “ Direction to the vaccination center? ” No way ! I won’t let go now he slices. I will go out less, I will save money. “

” It’s expensive “

In her tent, Alicia smiles, referring to these “regulars” who come to see her twice a week: “They are always the same, she says. I don’t even have to ask them for their dates of birth anymore, I know them by heart. ” She is adamant: “They will not be vaccinated”. And if they are less numerous, this Friday, it is because many had anticipated the end of the free service. “Thursday, we carried out twice as many tests as usual”, confirms the secretary of one of the largest analysis laboratories in Metz.

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[date_timestamp] => 1634323743 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => SpaceX rapidly tests, ships Falcon 9 second stage for next NASA astronaut launch [link] => https://movs.world/spacex-rapidly-tests-ships-falcon-9-second-stage-for-next-nasa-astronaut-launch/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:47:00 +0000 [category] => SpaceastronautFalconlaunchNASArapidlyshipsSpacexstagetests [guid] => https://movs.world/spacex-rapidly-tests-ships-falcon-9-second-stage-for-next-nasa-astronaut-launch/ [description] => SpaceX has shipped, tested, and delivered the new Falcon 9 upper stage tasked with carrying the company?s next Crew Dragon astronauts to orbit as early as October 30th. Offering rare insight into the kind of timelines and margins SpaceX operates on for even its most important missions, a Falcon upper stage bearing NASA?s ?worm? logo ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

SpaceX has shipped, tested, and delivered the new Falcon 9 upper stage tasked with carrying the company?s next Crew Dragon astronauts to orbit as early as October 30th.

Offering rare insight into the kind of timelines and margins SpaceX operates on for even its most important missions, a Falcon upper stage bearing NASA?s ?worm? logo and ?meatball? insignia was spotted by a local resident and photographer on October 2nd. Thus far, the only SpaceX rockets that have flown with NASA iconography are those supporting Crew Dragon launches, making them a dead giveaway for Crew Dragon launch hardware.

After Demo-2, SpaceX?s May 2020 astronaut launch debut, the company moved those decals from Falcon 9?s booster ? liable to fly any number of non-NASA missions later in life ? to each NASA crew mission?s expendable Falcon second stage (S2). Since then, Crew-1 (November 2020) and Crew-2 (April 2021) have both launched with NASA logos on their second stages and Crew-3 now looks set to continue that tradition.

A new Falcon upper stage bearing NASA insignias was first spotted in Texas on October 2nd.
Less than two weeks later, that same upper stage may have arrived in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Thanks to the watchful eye of local resident turned SpaceX fan Reagan Beck, it was actually possible to identify Crew-3?s Falcon 9 upper stage as soon as it was spotted at the company?s McGregor, TX development and testing facilities on October 2nd. While there was technically a tiny chance that it could be for one of several upcoming NASA spacecraft launches or even for Crew Dragon?s April 2022 Crew-4 mission, the likeliest destination by far for the NASA-branded Falcon S2 was Crew-3.

Due partially to the fact that Falcon booster qualification testing typically takes McGregor at least two or so weeks but mainly to the seemingly razor-thin schedule margins it would imply, there was some understandable skepticism that the upper stage was bound to launch Crew-3 just four weeks after it was first spotted. Moreso, Crew Dragon typically rolls out to the launch pad on Falcon 9 at least 5-7 days before launch to allow extra time for an integrated static fire, final checkouts, and a ?dry dress? practice runs for each mission?s crew.

Further, even after completing static fire qualification testing in McGregor, Crew-3?s Falcon stage would still need to be packaged up, transported more than a thousand miles by road, carefully unpackaged at a SpaceX launch site or hangar, outfitted with a Merlin Vacuum nozzle extension, installed on the mission?s Falcon 9 booster, and mated to Crew Dragon itself before that pad rollout can occur. In other words, rather than Crew-3?s exact October 30th launch date, the mission?s upper stage would likely need to arrive at SpaceX?s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Pad 39A launch facilities at least 9-10 days before launch.

Realistically, that means that from the moment the NASA-branded upper stage first spotted on a McGregor test stand, it had maybe two weeks to complete qualification testing and ship out to Pad 39A. With practically no context, that seemed like a stretch at the time ? particularly for a single-engine Falcon second stage explicitly tasked with safely delivering four astronauts to orbit. In reality, McGregor?s Falcon S2 testing is apparently far faster than booster testing and the presumed Crew-3 stage seemingly passed qualification testing and vacated the test stand less than five days after it was installed.

In theory, that left the McGregor team about a week to complete post-test inspections, clean the interior of its propellant tanks, and prepare the stage for the last leg of its journey to Florida. SpaceX seemingly managed that without issue and a new Falcon upper stage ? potentially for Crew-3 was spotted on Florida just a few miles away from a SpaceX launch site on October 14th.

However, per additional photos and reports from Reagan, McGregor?s second stage test team has been incredibly busy over the last month or so. Prior to the Crew-3 stage?s arrival, another second stage completed qualification testing between September 21st and 28th. Crew-3?s S2 was installed on October 2nd and removed by the 7th. Wasting no time, another second stage was installed on the same stand on October 10th and apparently completed testing by the 13th ? equivalent to a new upper stage qualified every week. Even if the Falcon stage that arrived at Cape Canaveral on October 14th isn?t Crew-3?s, then, Crew-3?s can?t be far behind.

The first orbit-ready Crew Dragon spacecraft stands beside its human-rated Falcon 9 rocket (upper stage included) in December 2018. (SpaceX)

Ultimately, SpaceX appears to be testing and shipping one of two integral Falcon 9 stages for a crucial, schedule-sensitive NASA astronaut launch with schedule margins measured in hours or single-digit days. That?s a far cry from competitors Arianespace and ULA and even NASA itself, which generally deliver flight hardware months in advance. Eleven years since Falcon 9?s launch debut, every Falcon second stage that has made it through stage separation ? 127 of 127 ? has successfully ignited its Merlin Vacuum engine one or several times and delivered its payload(s) to the correct orbit(s). Well over half of those successful launches were completed in the last three and a half years ? and with the same Falcon 9 upper stage variant now routinely tasked with carrying astronauts to orbit.

In other words, delivering a NASA Crew mission?s Falcon second stage less than two weeks before the assembled rocket is scheduled to roll out to the launch pad may seem a tad reckless, it?s more likely that it?s evidence of SpaceX?s second stage build/test teams and facilities operating as an incredibly reliable, well-oiled machine.

SpaceX rapidly tests, ships Falcon 9 second stage for next NASA astronaut launch






) [summary] => SpaceX has shipped, tested, and delivered the new Falcon 9 upper stage tasked with carrying the company?s next Crew Dragon astronauts to orbit as early as October 30th. Offering rare insight into the kind of timelines and margins SpaceX operates on for even its most important missions, a Falcon upper stage bearing NASA?s ?worm? logo ... Read more [atom_content] =>

SpaceX has shipped, tested, and delivered the new Falcon 9 upper stage tasked with carrying the company?s next Crew Dragon astronauts to orbit as early as October 30th.

Offering rare insight into the kind of timelines and margins SpaceX operates on for even its most important missions, a Falcon upper stage bearing NASA?s ?worm? logo and ?meatball? insignia was spotted by a local resident and photographer on October 2nd. Thus far, the only SpaceX rockets that have flown with NASA iconography are those supporting Crew Dragon launches, making them a dead giveaway for Crew Dragon launch hardware.

After Demo-2, SpaceX?s May 2020 astronaut launch debut, the company moved those decals from Falcon 9?s booster ? liable to fly any number of non-NASA missions later in life ? to each NASA crew mission?s expendable Falcon second stage (S2). Since then, Crew-1 (November 2020) and Crew-2 (April 2021) have both launched with NASA logos on their second stages and Crew-3 now looks set to continue that tradition.

A new Falcon upper stage bearing NASA insignias was first spotted in Texas on October 2nd.
Less than two weeks later, that same upper stage may have arrived in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Thanks to the watchful eye of local resident turned SpaceX fan Reagan Beck, it was actually possible to identify Crew-3?s Falcon 9 upper stage as soon as it was spotted at the company?s McGregor, TX development and testing facilities on October 2nd. While there was technically a tiny chance that it could be for one of several upcoming NASA spacecraft launches or even for Crew Dragon?s April 2022 Crew-4 mission, the likeliest destination by far for the NASA-branded Falcon S2 was Crew-3.

Due partially to the fact that Falcon booster qualification testing typically takes McGregor at least two or so weeks but mainly to the seemingly razor-thin schedule margins it would imply, there was some understandable skepticism that the upper stage was bound to launch Crew-3 just four weeks after it was first spotted. Moreso, Crew Dragon typically rolls out to the launch pad on Falcon 9 at least 5-7 days before launch to allow extra time for an integrated static fire, final checkouts, and a ?dry dress? practice runs for each mission?s crew.

Further, even after completing static fire qualification testing in McGregor, Crew-3?s Falcon stage would still need to be packaged up, transported more than a thousand miles by road, carefully unpackaged at a SpaceX launch site or hangar, outfitted with a Merlin Vacuum nozzle extension, installed on the mission?s Falcon 9 booster, and mated to Crew Dragon itself before that pad rollout can occur. In other words, rather than Crew-3?s exact October 30th launch date, the mission?s upper stage would likely need to arrive at SpaceX?s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Pad 39A launch facilities at least 9-10 days before launch.

Realistically, that means that from the moment the NASA-branded upper stage first spotted on a McGregor test stand, it had maybe two weeks to complete qualification testing and ship out to Pad 39A. With practically no context, that seemed like a stretch at the time ? particularly for a single-engine Falcon second stage explicitly tasked with safely delivering four astronauts to orbit. In reality, McGregor?s Falcon S2 testing is apparently far faster than booster testing and the presumed Crew-3 stage seemingly passed qualification testing and vacated the test stand less than five days after it was installed.

In theory, that left the McGregor team about a week to complete post-test inspections, clean the interior of its propellant tanks, and prepare the stage for the last leg of its journey to Florida. SpaceX seemingly managed that without issue and a new Falcon upper stage ? potentially for Crew-3 was spotted on Florida just a few miles away from a SpaceX launch site on October 14th.

However, per additional photos and reports from Reagan, McGregor?s second stage test team has been incredibly busy over the last month or so. Prior to the Crew-3 stage?s arrival, another second stage completed qualification testing between September 21st and 28th. Crew-3?s S2 was installed on October 2nd and removed by the 7th. Wasting no time, another second stage was installed on the same stand on October 10th and apparently completed testing by the 13th ? equivalent to a new upper stage qualified every week. Even if the Falcon stage that arrived at Cape Canaveral on October 14th isn?t Crew-3?s, then, Crew-3?s can?t be far behind.

The first orbit-ready Crew Dragon spacecraft stands beside its human-rated Falcon 9 rocket (upper stage included) in December 2018. (SpaceX)

Ultimately, SpaceX appears to be testing and shipping one of two integral Falcon 9 stages for a crucial, schedule-sensitive NASA astronaut launch with schedule margins measured in hours or single-digit days. That?s a far cry from competitors Arianespace and ULA and even NASA itself, which generally deliver flight hardware months in advance. Eleven years since Falcon 9?s launch debut, every Falcon second stage that has made it through stage separation ? 127 of 127 ? has successfully ignited its Merlin Vacuum engine one or several times and delivered its payload(s) to the correct orbit(s). Well over half of those successful launches were completed in the last three and a half years ? and with the same Falcon 9 upper stage variant now routinely tasked with carrying astronauts to orbit.

In other words, delivering a NASA Crew mission?s Falcon second stage less than two weeks before the assembled rocket is scheduled to roll out to the launch pad may seem a tad reckless, it?s more likely that it?s evidence of SpaceX?s second stage build/test teams and facilities operating as an incredibly reliable, well-oiled machine.

SpaceX rapidly tests, ships Falcon 9 second stage for next NASA astronaut launch






[date_timestamp] => 1634323620 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => an admiral in troubled waters [link] => https://movs.world/an-admiral-in-troubled-waters/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:29:54 +0000 [category] => Cultureadmiraltroubledwaters [guid] => https://movs.world/an-admiral-in-troubled-waters/ [description] => Undated portrait of Admiral François Darlan (1881-1942). AFP TV STORY – FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 8:50 p.m. – DOCUMENTARY It is no coincidence that this documentary devoted to François Darlan (1881-1942) is dedicated to the American historian Robert Paxton. The latter had, in his famous work The France of Vichy, 1940-1944, translated in 1973, underlined the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

TV STORY – FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 8:50 p.m. – DOCUMENTARY

It is no coincidence that this documentary devoted to François Darlan (1881-1942) is dedicated to the American historian Robert Paxton. The latter had, in his famous work The France of Vichy, 1940-1944, translated in 1973, underlined the fundamental role led by the admiral in the policy of collaboration and the persecution of the Jews in France.

In collective memory, Darlan remains a fuzzy figure, relegated to the shadow of Pétain and Laval. His period of full power as vice-president of the cabinet did not last long (February 1941-April 1942). But during these few months, Darlan will switch Vichy into the closest collaboration with Germany.

Enlightened by half a dozen historians, enriched with filmed but also sound archives (making it possible to discover Darlan’s sour voice), this documentary by Jérôme Prieur paints a detailed portrait of this opportunist character and, through he analyzes the working methods of the Vichy government, made up in particular of young and often brilliant technocrats.

“A real opportunist”

Son of a former center-left justice minister, Darlan, admiral of a French navy still enjoying a certain prestige after the debacle of 1940, joined Pétain’s government from the start. But it was only when Pierre Laval was fired in December 1940 that this impenetrable, calm and calculating man was given full powers by Pétain. The marshal is 85 years old, the admiral, officially designated as his dolphin, 60.

While biding his time, he does the dirty work. Creator of the General Commission for Jewish Questions, supporter of close economic and military collaboration with Germany, Darlan embodies the regime’s repressive turn. Anglophobic, worried about the possible French imperial downfall, he has a precise vision of what France’s place should be in the future German Europe.

Read the review of “My Life in Hitler’s Germany”: In the heart of the Third Reich, an open-air prison

In mid-May 1941, the admiral was received by Hitler in Berchtesgaden. A few months later, we will find this same Darlan facing Eisenhower in Algiers, during the landing of the Allied troops in North Africa in November 1942! Between these two highly symbolic meetings, Darlan was relieved of his duties by Pétain at the beginning of 1942.

In a letter to President Roosevelt, an American admiral writes: “Darlan is a real opportunist.” As soon as he accurately recognizes the winner’s chariot, he will climb on it! » On December 24, 1942, Fernand Bonnier de La Chapelle, a young 20-year-old royalist, slaughtered Darlan in Algiers. Two days later, he will be executed. Even today, the mystery hangs over the sponsors of Darlan’s elimination: resistance fighters, collaborators, British secret services?

Darlan, the third man of Vichy, documentary by Jérôme Prieur (Mélisande Films Fr.; 2021, 70 min). 60 days TV Replay story

) [summary] => Undated portrait of Admiral François Darlan (1881-1942). AFP TV STORY – FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 8:50 p.m. – DOCUMENTARY It is no coincidence that this documentary devoted to François Darlan (1881-1942) is dedicated to the American historian Robert Paxton. The latter had, in his famous work The France of Vichy, 1940-1944, translated in 1973, underlined the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

TV STORY – FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 8:50 p.m. – DOCUMENTARY

It is no coincidence that this documentary devoted to François Darlan (1881-1942) is dedicated to the American historian Robert Paxton. The latter had, in his famous work The France of Vichy, 1940-1944, translated in 1973, underlined the fundamental role led by the admiral in the policy of collaboration and the persecution of the Jews in France.

In collective memory, Darlan remains a fuzzy figure, relegated to the shadow of Pétain and Laval. His period of full power as vice-president of the cabinet did not last long (February 1941-April 1942). But during these few months, Darlan will switch Vichy into the closest collaboration with Germany.

Enlightened by half a dozen historians, enriched with filmed but also sound archives (making it possible to discover Darlan’s sour voice), this documentary by Jérôme Prieur paints a detailed portrait of this opportunist character and, through he analyzes the working methods of the Vichy government, made up in particular of young and often brilliant technocrats.

“A real opportunist”

Son of a former center-left justice minister, Darlan, admiral of a French navy still enjoying a certain prestige after the debacle of 1940, joined Pétain’s government from the start. But it was only when Pierre Laval was fired in December 1940 that this impenetrable, calm and calculating man was given full powers by Pétain. The marshal is 85 years old, the admiral, officially designated as his dolphin, 60.

While biding his time, he does the dirty work. Creator of the General Commission for Jewish Questions, supporter of close economic and military collaboration with Germany, Darlan embodies the regime’s repressive turn. Anglophobic, worried about the possible French imperial downfall, he has a precise vision of what France’s place should be in the future German Europe.

Read the review of “My Life in Hitler’s Germany”: In the heart of the Third Reich, an open-air prison

In mid-May 1941, the admiral was received by Hitler in Berchtesgaden. A few months later, we will find this same Darlan facing Eisenhower in Algiers, during the landing of the Allied troops in North Africa in November 1942! Between these two highly symbolic meetings, Darlan was relieved of his duties by Pétain at the beginning of 1942.

In a letter to President Roosevelt, an American admiral writes: “Darlan is a real opportunist.” As soon as he accurately recognizes the winner’s chariot, he will climb on it! » On December 24, 1942, Fernand Bonnier de La Chapelle, a young 20-year-old royalist, slaughtered Darlan in Algiers. Two days later, he will be executed. Even today, the mystery hangs over the sponsors of Darlan’s elimination: resistance fighters, collaborators, British secret services?

Darlan, the third man of Vichy, documentary by Jérôme Prieur (Mélisande Films Fr.; 2021, 70 min). 60 days TV Replay story

[date_timestamp] => 1634322594 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Formula 1 presents a program for 2022 [link] => https://movs.world/formula-1-presents-a-program-for-2022/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:27:48 +0000 [category] => sportFormulapresentsProgram [guid] => https://movs.world/formula-1-presents-a-program-for-2022/ [description] => Now this. Formula 1 presents a program for 2022.For the first time, F1 will run 23 races in one season.– It is very exciting to present a program for Formula 1 2022 when the sport gets new rules and new cars that are designed to create even better racing, says F1’s CEO Stefano Domenicali. Will ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Now this. Formula 1 presents a program for 2022.
For the first time, F1 will run 23 races in one season.
– It is very exciting to present a program for Formula 1 2022 when the sport gets new rules and new cars that are designed to create even better racing, says F1’s CEO Stefano Domenicali.

Will he also rejoice in 2022? (TT)

A novelty for the 2022 program is the Miami GP in Florida, USA, we will once again see a competition at Imola in San Marino and the Australian GP is expected to return but only as the third race of the season. In April 2022.
However, China is not included in the calendar for 2022, but according to Formula 1, the country will return to F1 as soon as the pandemic allows.
– A season with 23 GP races and brand new cars will be very exciting, says FIA President Jean Todt.
– I look forward to it.
The season starts in Bahrain on March 20 and ends in Abu Dhabi eight months later.

Formula 1 presents a program for 2022

20 mars ? Bahrain GP Sakhir
March 27 – Saudi GP – Jeddah
10 april ? Australien GP ? Melbourne
April 24 – Emilia Romagna GP – Imola
8 maj  ? Miami GP ? Miami
May 22 – Spain GP – Barcelona
May 29 – Monaco GP – Monaco
June 12 – Azerbaijan GP – Baku
June 19 ? Canada GP ? Montreal
July 2 – UK GP – Silverstone
July 10 – Austria GP – Spielberg
July 24 – France GP – Le Castellet
July 31 – Hungary GP – Budapest
August 28 – Belgium GP – Spa
September 4 – Netherlands GP – Zandvoort
11 september – Italien GP – Monza
September 235 – Russia GP – Sochi
2 oktober ? Singapore GP ? Singapore
October 9 ? Japan GP ? Suzuka
October 12 – USA GP – Austin
October 30 – Mexico GP – Mexico City
November 13 – Brazil GP – Sao Paulo
20 november ? Abu Dhabi GP ? Abu Dhabi

Note that the competitions that affect Imola, in Barcelona, ??Austin and Singapore have not yet signed a contract. The competition in Miami can be a biennial variant, that it takes turns with a different course and it has been said that Miami and Indianapolis can take turns arranging a GP every two years.

Earlier today I wrote a post about Red Bull’s thoughts ahead of the season and where they see Mercedes’ weakness. You can read it here.

) [summary] => Now this. Formula 1 presents a program for 2022.For the first time, F1 will run 23 races in one season.– It is very exciting to present a program for Formula 1 2022 when the sport gets new rules and new cars that are designed to create even better racing, says F1’s CEO Stefano Domenicali. Will ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Now this. Formula 1 presents a program for 2022.
For the first time, F1 will run 23 races in one season.
– It is very exciting to present a program for Formula 1 2022 when the sport gets new rules and new cars that are designed to create even better racing, says F1’s CEO Stefano Domenicali.

Will he also rejoice in 2022? (TT)

A novelty for the 2022 program is the Miami GP in Florida, USA, we will once again see a competition at Imola in San Marino and the Australian GP is expected to return but only as the third race of the season. In April 2022.
However, China is not included in the calendar for 2022, but according to Formula 1, the country will return to F1 as soon as the pandemic allows.
– A season with 23 GP races and brand new cars will be very exciting, says FIA President Jean Todt.
– I look forward to it.
The season starts in Bahrain on March 20 and ends in Abu Dhabi eight months later.

Formula 1 presents a program for 2022

20 mars ? Bahrain GP Sakhir
March 27 – Saudi GP – Jeddah
10 april ? Australien GP ? Melbourne
April 24 – Emilia Romagna GP – Imola
8 maj  ? Miami GP ? Miami
May 22 – Spain GP – Barcelona
May 29 – Monaco GP – Monaco
June 12 – Azerbaijan GP – Baku
June 19 ? Canada GP ? Montreal
July 2 – UK GP – Silverstone
July 10 – Austria GP – Spielberg
July 24 – France GP – Le Castellet
July 31 – Hungary GP – Budapest
August 28 – Belgium GP – Spa
September 4 – Netherlands GP – Zandvoort
11 september – Italien GP – Monza
September 235 – Russia GP – Sochi
2 oktober ? Singapore GP ? Singapore
October 9 ? Japan GP ? Suzuka
October 12 – USA GP – Austin
October 30 – Mexico GP – Mexico City
November 13 – Brazil GP – Sao Paulo
20 november ? Abu Dhabi GP ? Abu Dhabi

Note that the competitions that affect Imola, in Barcelona, ??Austin and Singapore have not yet signed a contract. The competition in Miami can be a biennial variant, that it takes turns with a different course and it has been said that Miami and Indianapolis can take turns arranging a GP every two years.

Earlier today I wrote a post about Red Bull’s thoughts ahead of the season and where they see Mercedes’ weakness. You can read it here.

[date_timestamp] => 1634322468 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Dreaming in spaces of possibility ? politics ? SZ.de [link] => https://movs.world/dreaming-in-spaces-of-possibility-politics-sz-de/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:17:18 +0000 [category] => InternationalAnnalena BaerbockChristian LindnerDreamingGermanyOlaf ScholzpoliticalpoliticspossibilityRobert HabeckSouthgerman newspaperspacesSZde [guid] => https://movs.world/dreaming-in-spaces-of-possibility-politics-sz-de/ [description] => October 15, 2021, 7:35 p.m. Exploratory completion : Is the decade of renewal coming now? Open detailed view “Caesura for the political culture of Germany”: the possible coalition partners (from left) Annalena Baerbock (Greens), Olaf Scholz (SPD), Christian Lindner (FDP). (Photo: Kay Nietfeld / dpa) After a week of explorations and a night of worked ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Exploratory completion

:

Is the decade of renewal coming now?

“Caesura for the political culture of Germany”: the possible coalition partners (from left) Annalena Baerbock (Greens), Olaf Scholz (SPD), Christian Lindner (FDP).

(Photo: Kay Nietfeld / dpa)

After a week of explorations and a night of worked through, it is now: A twelve-page paper that records how the SPD, Greens and FDP envision a coalition. The euphoria is great, but if you listen carefully, you will notice something else.

from

Daniel Brössler, Constanze von Bullion and Mike Szymanski

It’s going well: Greens boss Annalena Baerbock says where to go – and nobody complains. With a hint of the finger she tells Olaf Scholz from the SPD in which direction it is going to the stage. And Christian Lindner, head of the Liberals, is now following well. The big gig at the end of an important week is coming up. SPD, Greens and FDP are on their way to form the first traffic light government in the federal government. All three know that if they step in front of the microphones there will hardly be a way back.

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) [summary] => October 15, 2021, 7:35 p.m. Exploratory completion : Is the decade of renewal coming now? Open detailed view “Caesura for the political culture of Germany”: the possible coalition partners (from left) Annalena Baerbock (Greens), Olaf Scholz (SPD), Christian Lindner (FDP). (Photo: Kay Nietfeld / dpa) After a week of explorations and a night of worked ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Exploratory completion

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Is the decade of renewal coming now?

“Caesura for the political culture of Germany”: the possible coalition partners (from left) Annalena Baerbock (Greens), Olaf Scholz (SPD), Christian Lindner (FDP).

(Photo: Kay Nietfeld / dpa)

After a week of explorations and a night of worked through, it is now: A twelve-page paper that records how the SPD, Greens and FDP envision a coalition. The euphoria is great, but if you listen carefully, you will notice something else.

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[date_timestamp] => 1634321838 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Spaceship toilet broken ? small problems with big business [link] => https://movs.world/spaceship-toilet-broken-small-problems-with-big-business/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:15:56 +0000 [category] => SpacebigbrokenbusinessproblemssmallSpaceshipToilet [guid] => https://movs.world/spaceship-toilet-broken-small-problems-with-big-business/ [description] => Anyone who lives in space for three days definitely needs the toilet in between. And that of all people caused problems. Shortly after the successful return of the Inspiration 4 mission to Earth, those responsible for SpaceX and the crew members of the first purely touristic space mission are full of praise. The entire mission ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Anyone who lives in space for three days definitely needs the toilet in between. And that of all people caused problems.

Shortly after the successful return of the Inspiration 4 mission to Earth, those responsible for SpaceX and the crew members of the first purely touristic space mission are full of praise. The entire mission went through without any problems from start to finish.

No suction, no spectacular view of space – what is worse?

As Benji Reed, head of the manned space programs at SpaceX, had to admit at a press conference last Saturday, this is not entirely true. Because there were definitely problems – albeit small ones – but those of all things related to big business. This is reported by space.com.

For example, the on-board toilet in the upper area of ??the Crew Dragon capsule, near the panoramic dome, is said to have refused to work when it came to vacuuming the remains of the amateur astronauts. In addition, it turned out during its use that the initially hoped-for panoramic view of the earth was not given during the performance. The use of the toilet had required the opening of a hatch that had ultimately blocked the view through the panoramic dome.

The Crew Dragon’s glass dome would have made a good position. But it didn’t come to that. (Image: Inspiration 4 / John Kraus)

Toilet deserves a design hackathon

The defective suction device must ultimately have been forced to cooperate, because according to Reed, there were no major mishaps. And we should have spoken of such a thing if four astronauts had to perform for three days without a suction device. Interestingly, Reed acknowledged another minor problem. That concerned the waste disposal.

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Apparently, the heads have to be put together again at SpaceX. It could well be possible that the Crew Dragon was not sufficiently optimized for such needs, because the transport to the International Space Station ISS takes a maximum of 24 hours. Depending on the metabolism, this is a period of time that trained staff can endure without any major needs. However, even the slowest food consumer cannot manage three days.

It is not known how the on-board toilet works in principle. Not too much can be seen from the picture of the facility that ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet shared on Twitter. Pesquet had also revealed that the separation between the toilet and the lounge area could only be ensured by a curtain – which certainly does some damage to individual privacy. The members of the Inspiration 4 crew have not yet commented on the problems.

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) [summary] => Anyone who lives in space for three days definitely needs the toilet in between. And that of all people caused problems. Shortly after the successful return of the Inspiration 4 mission to Earth, those responsible for SpaceX and the crew members of the first purely touristic space mission are full of praise. The entire mission ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Anyone who lives in space for three days definitely needs the toilet in between. And that of all people caused problems.

Shortly after the successful return of the Inspiration 4 mission to Earth, those responsible for SpaceX and the crew members of the first purely touristic space mission are full of praise. The entire mission went through without any problems from start to finish.

No suction, no spectacular view of space – what is worse?

As Benji Reed, head of the manned space programs at SpaceX, had to admit at a press conference last Saturday, this is not entirely true. Because there were definitely problems – albeit small ones – but those of all things related to big business. This is reported by space.com.

For example, the on-board toilet in the upper area of ??the Crew Dragon capsule, near the panoramic dome, is said to have refused to work when it came to vacuuming the remains of the amateur astronauts. In addition, it turned out during its use that the initially hoped-for panoramic view of the earth was not given during the performance. The use of the toilet had required the opening of a hatch that had ultimately blocked the view through the panoramic dome.

The Crew Dragon’s glass dome would have made a good position. But it didn’t come to that. (Image: Inspiration 4 / John Kraus)

Toilet deserves a design hackathon

The defective suction device must ultimately have been forced to cooperate, because according to Reed, there were no major mishaps. And we should have spoken of such a thing if four astronauts had to perform for three days without a suction device. Interestingly, Reed acknowledged another minor problem. That concerned the waste disposal.

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Apparently, the heads have to be put together again at SpaceX. It could well be possible that the Crew Dragon was not sufficiently optimized for such needs, because the transport to the International Space Station ISS takes a maximum of 24 hours. Depending on the metabolism, this is a period of time that trained staff can endure without any major needs. However, even the slowest food consumer cannot manage three days.

It is not known how the on-board toilet works in principle. Not too much can be seen from the picture of the facility that ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet shared on Twitter. Pesquet had also revealed that the separation between the toilet and the lounge area could only be ensured by a curtain – which certainly does some damage to individual privacy. The members of the Inspiration 4 crew have not yet commented on the problems.

You might be interested in that too

[date_timestamp] => 1634321756 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => The source of longevity in a conversation with Mayana Zatz [link] => https://movs.world/the-source-of-longevity-in-a-conversation-with-mayana-zatz/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 15 Oct 2021 18:13:57 +0000 [category] => HobbiesconversationLongevityMayanasourceZatz [guid] => https://movs.world/the-source-of-longevity-in-a-conversation-with-mayana-zatz/ [description] => An aphorism attributed to 85-year-old American filmmaker Woody Allen reads: ?Old age? I think it’s great, considering the alternative?. Geneticist Mayana Zatz, 74, agrees. Every day, the coordinator of the Center for Research on the Human Genome and Stem Cells at the University of São Paulo (USP) jumps out of bed and walks 5 km. ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>