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Cluster and mission
Double Star follows in the footsteps of ESA's Cluster mission by studying the effects of the Sun on the Earth's environment.
This schedule enabled Double Star to operate simultaneously with ESA's Cluster mission.
New measurements from the Cluster mission for the first time now can determine unambiguously the scale sizes of magnetic reconnection in the Earth's magnetosphere, both on the dayside magnetopause and in the magnetotail.
Cluster is a four-spacecraft mission, with the four spacecraft in a tetrahedron arrangement, to separate spatial from temporal changes as the suite flies through space.
Originally carried by Thodin on a mission to steal the Lexx, Stan unknowingly obtains it when he stands near Thodin's lieutenant at the moment the lieutenant is eaten by a Cluster Lizard.

Cluster and European
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Cluster was a constellation of four European Space Agency spacecraft which were launched on the maiden flight of the Ariane 5 rocket, Flight 501, and subsequently lost when that rocket failed to achieve orbit.
Research projects funded by the government and by industry include ICT for development funded by the Department of Information Technology of the Government of India, the Telematics Project funded by the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India, ICT for Development funded by Microsoft, ICT Cluster Study funded by the Liverhume Trust, Cluster Computing in University Environment funded by HP, Community PC Initiatives funded by Intel, and MONSOON & INCITE projects of the European Union.
* Rumba ( satellite ), also known as Cluster 1, a European Space Agency satellite
* The planet and its government of Cluster Prime also alludes to Nazi Germany, while the country invades other foreign areas and occupied them ( like Cluster invading Earth while Germany invades the Eastern European countries ), the country itself although under a fascist regime, functions ( along with its natives ) as a normal society while the corrupt government uses secret police to surveillance the streets and propaganda to make their people go against the allies, filling their people with lies to hide their true deceit ( Vexus scapegoating Jenny for the theft of the people's chips while Hitler commits genocide against the Jews during the Holocaust while saying to the German civilians that the Jews were deported to Madagascar ).

Cluster and Space
Air Force Astronaut Wings ; NASA Space Flight Medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster ; NASA Exceptional Public Service Medal ; Fédération Aéronautique Internationale-Komarov Diploma ; Defense Superior Service Medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster, Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Air Force Meritorious Service Medal ; French Legion of Honor, Saudi Arabian King Abdul Aziz Medal ; Air Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters ; Air Force Commendation Medal ; Washington State University Sloan Engineering Award ( 1961 ); Air Training Command Academic Training Award ( 1966 ); Squadron Officer School Commandant's Trophy ( 1968 ); Squadron Officer School Chief of Staff Award ( 1968 ); Washington State University Distinguished Alumnus Award ( 1983 ); University of Washington Distinguished Alumnus Award, Aeronautics and Astronautics, ( 1984 ); Washington State Service to Humanity Award ( 1983 ); Distinguished Alumnus Award ( 1985 ); Medallion of Merit ( 1987 ); Phi Sigma Kappa ; Leonov Medal ( Association of Space Explorers )( 1992 ); Magnuson Puget Sound Legacy Award ( People for Puget Sound )( 2010 ).
NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal, NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal, Two NASA Space Flight Medals, 1990 Congressional Hispanic Caucus Award, Awarded Aviation Week & Space Technology Aerospace Laureate in Space and Missiles for 1991, Hispanic Engineer magazine 1992 Hispanic Engineer of the Year National Achievement Award, Aviation Week and Space Technology Citation for Aerospace Laureate in Space and Missiles for 1994, 1994 selected by Hispanic Business magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics, selected by Hispanic Magazine for the 1995 Hispanic Achievement Award in Science, 1995 inductee into the International Space Hall of Fame, Distinguished Graduate of the USAF Academy ; awarded the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster, National Defense Service Medal, and Air Training Command Master Instructor.
* Globular Cluster Photometry With the Hubble Space Telescope.
* Hubble Space Telescope: Star Cluster Bursts into Life in New Hubble Image
It has been used in conjunction with observations from the Hubble Space Telescope to determine the relative motions of the Local Cluster of galaxies within the Local Supercluster.
* Hubble Space Telescope Treasury Survey of the Coma Cluster
* Walloon Space Cluster

Cluster and study
A study in 2007 found that OCPD is etiologically distinct from avoidant and dependent personality disorders, suggesting it is incorrectly categorized as a Cluster C disorder.
* Cluster ( 2000 ) is an ESA project with 4 satellites in formation to study the Earth's magnetosphere,
A 1995 cost delivery study published in a USPS Operations handbook listed per-address annual delivery costs as: Door-to-door, $ 243 ; Curbside, $ 154 ; Cluster Box ( centralized mail delivery ), $ 106.
* Cluster 4 or Tango, an ESA satellite to study the Earth's magnetosphere over the course of an entire solar cycle
Although first reports of cluster species date back already to the 1940s, Cluster science emerged as a separate direction of research in the 1980s, One purpose of the research was to study the gradual development of collective phenomena which characterize a bulk solid.

mission and European
A third space mission, the ESA ( European Space Agency ) Planck Surveyor, launched in May, 2009 and is currently performing an even more detailed investigation.
Children of the Night, another loose sequel, features a much older Mike O ' Rourke, now a Roman Catholic priest, who is sent on a mission to investigate bizarre events in a European city.
All missions to the United Nations are known simply as permanent missions, while EU Member States ' missions to the European Union are known as permanent representations and the head of such a mission is typically both a permanent representative and an ambassador.
European citizens in need of consular help in a country without diplomatic or consular representation of their own country may turn to any consular or diplomatic mission of another EU member state.
This project, led by ESA and European Satellite Navigation Industries, has provided industry with fundamental knowledge to develop the mission segment of the Galileo positioning system.
The European Space Agency announced on May 13, 2010 that it will use MUMPS to support the Gaia mission.
The ECA's official mission statement was to give a boost to the European economy: to promote European production, to bolster European currency, and to facilitate international trade, especially with the United States, whose economic interest required Europe to become wealthy enough to import U. S. goods.
* 2005 – The Venus Express mission of the European Space Agency is launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
In September 2007, after enduring a 12-day orbital mission and a fiery reentry, the European unmanned spacecraft Foton-M3 was retrieved from a field in Kazakhstan.
Antti Turunen, the head of the Finnish Foreign Ministry's Eastern European and Central Asian department, led a European Union fact-finding mission to Tashkent, Uzbekistan on August 29, 2006.
It was established in 1944 with the mission of financing the reconstruction of European nations devastated by World War II.
The IBRD was established with the original mission of financing the reconstruction efforts of war-torn European nations following World War II, with goals shared by the later Marshall Plan.
The first use of Hall thrusters on lunar orbit was the European Space Agency ( ESA ) lunar mission SMART-1 in 2003.
On 2 June, Powell spoke against the stationing of American Cruise missiles in Britain and claimed the United States had an obsessive sense of mission and a hallucinatory view of international relations: " The American nation, as we have watched their proceedings during these last 25 years, will not, when another Atlantic crisis, another Middle East crisis or another European crisis comes, wait upon the deliberations of the British Cabinet, whose point of view and appreciation of the situation will be so different from their own ".
The EU will establish a European Security and Defense Policy Rule of Law mission to focus on the policing and justice sectors.
Although the first European trade expeditions to China took place in 1513 and 1516 by Jorge Álvares and Rafael Perestrello, respectively, Andrade's mission is the first official diplomatic mission of a European power to China commissioned by a ruler of Europe ( Manuel I of Portugal ).
The European Survivability Workshop introduced the concept of " Mission Survivability " whilst retaining the three core areas above, either pertaining to the " survivability " of a platform through a complete mission, or the " survivability " of the mission itself ( i. e. probability of mission success ).

mission and Space
* 1981 – The first launch of a Space Shuttle ( Columbia ) takes place-the STS-1 mission.
* 1989 – Space Shuttle program: STS-28 Mission – Space Shuttle Columbia takes off on a secret five-day military mission.
Launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 12: 54 PM EST on 16 April 1972, the mission lasted eleven days, one hour, and fifty-one minutes, and concluded at 2: 45 PM EST on 27 April.
The Apollo 16 mission successfully launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 12: 54 PM EST on 16 April 1972.
In July 2011, after returning the piece of debris at NASA's request, the sixteen-year-old Schanze was given an all-access tour of the Kennedy Space Center as well as VIP seating for the launch of STS-135, the final mission of the Space Shuttle program.
Shuttle mission STS-31 lifts off, carrying Hubble Space Telescope | Hubble into orbit.
Coleman launched on December 15, 2010 ( December 16 Baikonur time ), aboard Soyuz TMA-20 to join the Expedition 26 mission aboard the International Space Station.
STS-73 on Space Shuttle Columbia ( October 20 to November 5, 1995 ) was the second United States Microgravity Laboratory mission.
Soyuz TMA-20 / Expedition 26 / 27 ( December 15, 2010, to May 23, 2011 ) was an extended duration mission to the International Space Station.
* 1993 – Space Shuttle program: STS-61 – NASA launches the Space Shuttle Endeavour on a mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope.
Deep Space 1 mission logo
Launched on 24 October 1998, the Deep Space mission carried out a flyby of asteroid 9969 Braille, which was selected as the mission's science target.
Therefore it was a primary mission of the Deep Space 1 demonstration to show long duration use of an ion thruster on a science mission.
Deep Space 1 then entered its second extended mission phase, focused on retesting the spacecraft's hardware technologies.
* Dr Marc Rayman's mission log: Voyage of Deep Space 1-final entry
* The first EVA to perform an in-flight repair of the Space Shuttle was by American Steve Robinson on August 3, 2005, during " Return to Flight " mission STS-114.
* 2003 – Space Shuttle Columbia on mission STS-107 disintegrates during reentry into the Earth's atmosphere, killing all seven astronauts aboard.
* 1997 – Space Shuttle Discovery is launched on a mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope.

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