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Drunken Robot Pornography – Huge fall(Custom Arena)[HD] – Video

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Drunken Robot Pornography - Huge fall(Custom Arena)[HD]
Space Station Arena V1 - First Custom Arena in Workshop 😛 steamcommunity.com Fly like a dead Bird...just showing that huge fall from my first DRP Arena. Could place my base arena a little bit deeper so you can fall a little bit more, but that was like the max(from height)....From:diabLo2kXViews:4 0ratingsTime:00:18More inGaming

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Drunken Robot Pornography – My First Custom Workshop Arena(Space Station Arena V1)[HD] – Video

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Drunken Robot Pornography - My First Custom Workshop Arena(Space Station Arena V1)[HD]
Space Station Arena V1 - First Custom Arena in Workshop 😛 steamcommunity.com Playtrough of my first Arena that i build with the Editor from "Drunken Robot Pornography Alpha 4" from Dejobaan Games(creators of that awesome AaaaAaaaaabla game or wonderful end of the world). The Slowdown as i get to the upper area is because of the Titan i did choose. Too much lasers to handle for this engine :P(or my PC?). If you know a better Titan that shoots down(as an indicator where the new Titan is), tell me xDFrom:diabLo2kXViews:2 0ratingsTime:04:00More inGaming

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Gallaxy Comand Alien Invasion , let the feeding Begin part 2 Time Travel – Video

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Gallaxy Comand Alien Invasion , let the feeding Begin part 2 Time Travel
Gallaxy Comand Alien Invasion , let the feeding Begin part 2. Powerful Alien Invaders Take on the Gallaxy Comand Defenders. When a Distant Space Station is Destroyed the call goes out to a Mighty Hero. Oh And their not here to inslave us... Make no mistake these Powerful Creatures only came here for one reason... TO EAT US ..... . This is part two... Super Britney retreats to earth after being wounded Fighting the Aliens who Destroyed Galaxy Comand #39;s Outpost. But this time her frightened scamper home smashed the time Barrier sending her 3 years into the past with no hope of ever returning to her future as she knew it... Super Britney #39;s Home in the future was gone forever....She must now Dwell in the Past , try to hide her Super Powers and exist as a normal Dog...No easy task for one of the mightiest Beings in the Gallaxy.From:bigcatfishinViews:0 0ratingsTime:04:04More inEntertainment

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Lightning Storms from Uganda to Zanzibar Island – Video

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Lightning Storms from Uganda to Zanzibar Island
Video courtesy of the Image Science Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center eol.jsc.nasa.gov stonedgazers.blogspot.co.uk This video was taken by the crew of Expedition 30 on board the International Space Station. The sequence of shots was taken on February 18, 2012 from 00:08:25 to 00:11:31 GMT, on a pass from northern Uganda to Zanzibar Island, off the coast of eastern Africa. This night video features the ISS flying over central Africa while there are lightning storms. The quick bursts of light represent lightning in the clouds. Compiled from frames ISS030-E-104579 to ISS030-E-104672From:ProConsoleHaxGamingViews:3 1ratingsTime:00:14More inScience Technology

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Crash Bandicoot 4 : Crashteroids – 28.66 WR – Video

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Crash Bandicoot 4 : Crashteroids - 28.66 WR
Yes this is world record but without the start glitch, as you can see I have 0.00.92 but that #39;s easy to improve to atleast 0.20 something 🙂 Anyway this time is really good but it has alot of mistakes except the end because that was awesome, really lucky on the seconds space station and I was lucky that I didn #39;t die ;)From:miabua73Views:14 2ratingsTime:01:37More inGaming

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Cygnus – Pressurized Cargo Modules – Video

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Cygnus - Pressurized Cargo Modules
The Cygnus maneuvering spacecraft has been developed by Orbital Space Science to demonstrate cargo delivery under NASA Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) agreement. In addition to the COTS development and demonstration program, Orbital will utilize the Cygnus to perform the ISS resupply flights under the Commercial Resupply Service (CRS) contract. This NASA contract authorizes eight missions between 2011 and 2015 carrying approximately 20000 Kg of cargo to the ISS as well as disposal of ISS waste. Thales Alenia Space Italia under contract to Orbital Sciences Corporation designed, developed, produced and delivered pressurized modules for cargo transport -- including equipment, spare parts, scientific experiments and other items -- to the International Space Station (ISS). The pressurized cargo module is based on the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM).From:thalesaleniaspaceViews:0 0ratingsTime:06:15More inScience Technology

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Special Offers at Space Station – Video

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Special Offers at Space Station
Lynn Tweed, our Financial Controller, tells us about special offers available from Space Station Self Storage. Great introductory offers and best-in-industry long term loyalty discounts.From:spacestationukViews:0 0ratingsTime:01:05More inHowto Style

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How Do Astronauts Vote From Space – Video

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How Do Astronauts Vote From Space
Find out how astronauts cast their vote while in space. Did you know that Astronauts hundreds of miles from the Earth #39;s surface and the nearest polling location are able to cast their vote in the Presidential election? United States citizens situated on the International Space Station are sent a digital version of their ballot which is beamed up to them from from NASA #39;s Mission Control at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. As a NASA spokesperson explains, ""They send it back to Mission Control. It #39;s a secure ballot that is then sent directly to the voting authorities." The method of voting from outer space was first put into operation by astronaut David Wolf who cast his vote in 1997 in a local election while posted on Russia #39;s Mir space station. Leroy Chiao was the first American astronaut to vote in a Presidential election during the 2004 campaign while commanding the International Space Station Expedition 10. Currently, two Americans are stationed on the ISS, commander Sunita Williams and flight engineer Kevin Ford. They won #39;t be using the digital voting system this time around as both submitted their absentee ballots prior to launching into space earlier this year.From:geobeatsViews:0 1ratingsTime:01:08More inNews Politics

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ISS Update – Nov. 7, 2012 – Video

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ISS Update - Nov. 7, 2012
The International Space Station video update for Nov. 7, 2012.From:ReelNASAViews:33 3ratingsTime:06:45More inScience Technology

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Extreme Voting: How Astronauts Cast Ballots from Space

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Call it the ultimate absentee ballot. NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station have the option of voting in tomorrow's (Nov. 6) presidential election from orbit, hundreds of miles above their nearest polling location.

Astronauts residing on the orbiting lab receive a digital version of their ballot, which is beamed up by Mission Control at the agency's Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston. Filled-out ballots find their way back down to Earth along the same path.

"They send it back to Mission Control," said NASA spokesman Jay Bolden of JSC. "It's a secure ballot that is then sent directly to the voting authorities."

This system was made possible by a 1997 bill passed by Texas legislators (nearly all NASA astronauts live in or around Houston). It was first used that same year by David Wolf, who happened to be aboard Russia's Mir space station at the time.

"You think about being in a foreign country and voting he was actually on a foreign space station," Bolden told SPACE.com.

Wolf participated in a local election in 1997. The first American to vote in a presidential election from space was Leroy Chiao, who did it while commanding the International Space Station's Expedition 10 mission in 2004. (The first crew arrived at the $100 billion orbiting lab in November 2000.)

The station's current Expedition 33 counts two Americans among its six-person crew commander Sunita Williams and flight engineer Kevin Ford. But both of them have already had their say in Tuesday's presidential election, voting from Earth just like the rest of us.

"They actually both did it while they were stationed in Russia, before they launched," Bolden said.

Williams and Ford both rode to orbit aboard Russian Soyuz spacecraft, which launch from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Williams blasted off in mid-July, while Ford launched Oct. 23.

Williams is slated to return to Earth on Nov. 12. When she departs, Ford will become commander of the new Expedition 34 mission, which runs through March 2013.

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