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Archive for November 12th, 2009

Keep Everyone in Your Family Happy With the Purchase of Satellite TV

November 12th, 2009 by

In today’s world, being a working parent can be quite stressful. Between taking the kids to soccer practice, swim lessons, ballet recitals, and football matches, one has to find the time to prepare tomorrow’s presentation and schedule a phone interview with the firm’s newest clients. Gone are the days when moms and dads worked from 9-5 and then leisurely spent evenings and weekends with the family. In today’s fast-paced society, it seems both children and parents are always on the go.
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Bringing Home the Big Game With Satellite TV

November 12th, 2009 by

For most of us, when September rolls around we think of going back to school, leaves turning color and seasons changing. Then there are those whose minds are consumed with one thing…football! The good old American pastime that for some die-hard fans, consumes their every waking moment, and may even have them dreaming of the big game coming up on Sunday. Of course every football fan would love to be their in the stadium, with all the action, for every game, but unfortunately this just isn’t possible for the Average Joe. If you have an inflated bank account and your own private jet, well, no need for you to read further.
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Iranian satellite not to be launched by Italy

November 12th, 2009 by

Italian officials have denied they would launch Iran’s Mesbah satellite. This is hardly surprising considering the fact that Italy has no orbital launch vehicle, but it also sheds some light on a few mysteries that so far surrounded Mesbah.
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Iranian satellite not be launched by Italy

November 12th, 2009 by

Italian officials have denied they would launch Iran’s Mesbah satellite. This is hardly surprising considering the fact that Italy has no orbital launch vehicle, but it also sheds some light on a few mysteries that so far surrounded Mesbah.
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China announces another Shijian launch

November 12th, 2009 by

China will launch a scientific research satellite in the near future from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, a spokesman with the centre said according to Xinhua.
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Proba-2 healthy after launch

November 12th, 2009 by

Into its second week in orbit, Proba-2’s spacecraft platform has proven to be in excellent health. This leaves the way clear for commissioning the many new technology payloads aboard the mini-satellite, among the smallest ever flown by ESA.
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