46 Fabulous Photos of Endeavour’s Last Ever Spacewalk. May 27th, 2011: the last spacewalk for NASA’s Endeavour astronauts. Here, a fish-eye lens attached to an electronic still camera was used to capture this image of NASA astronaut Michael Fincke (top center) during the mission’s fourth session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continued on the International Space Station.
Photo #1 by NASA A bright sun, a portion of the International Space Station and Earth’s horizon are featured in this image photographed by a spacewalker during the STS-134 mission. Photo #2 by NASA May 27, last day for Endeavour spacewalkers, NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff continued to work on the International Space Station. Photo #3 by NASA May 27: A portion of the International Space Station and the docked space shuttle Endeavour is featured in this image photographed by a spacewalker, using a fish-eye lens attached to an electronic still camera, during the STS-134 mission’s fourth session of extravehicular activity (EVA).
May 21, 2011. 10 Instant Emotional Fitness Tools. By When things get out of control and you momentarily lose your emotional balance, there are any number of little things you can do to regain it. Here are ten tools to help get you started. It cools and cleans the parts of your body that you use most frequently, which is relaxing, and gives you that "fresh start" feeling. Shoes take a day or two to release any moisture they have absorbed, and this is a very easy way to put a little pep back into your step. And if it isn't framed and on the wall, frame it now. . . , inside and out. T and get rid of anything that no longer fits. L.
Remember that you started with nothing, and know that everything you see, you created. None of these tasks has to be uncomfortable or take you much time. Dr. Smart tips to make life easier. Posted on February 24, 2012 in Humor If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed or follow us on Facebook or Twitter . Thanks for visiting! Rate this Post (16 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5) Loading... So... The pigeon that saved a World War II bomber crew. 23 February 2012Last updated at 15:08 By Christopher Sleight Tayside & Central reporter, BBC News website Winkie flew 120 miles across the North Sea back to her home loft Seventy years ago a carrier pigeon performed the act of "heroism" that saw it awarded the animal's equivalent of the Victoria Cross - the Dickin Medal.
It was the first of of dozens of animals honoured by veterinary charity PDSA during World War II. On 23 February 1942, a badly damaged RAF bomber ditched into the North Sea. The crew were returning from a mission over Norway, but their Beaufort Bomber had been hit by enemy fire and crashed into the sea more than 100 miles from home. Struggling in freezing waters - unable to radio an accurate position back to base - the four men faced a cold and lonely death. But as the aircraft went down, the crew had managed to salvage their secret weapon - a carrier pigeon. Continue reading the main story “Start Quote I find it very, very moving really.
End QuoteElaine PendleburyPDSA. HOMESPUN - Chords/Tabs. How to Travel Full-Time for $17,000 a Year (or Less!) Wise Bread Picks For the last five years, I've been traveling the world full-time, and for less money than I've ever spent (and I'd wager less money than most people would spend) to live in one place.
My worldly possessions fit into one bag (just larger than carry-on size) and a backpack containing my laptop and computer gear. This small entourage (weighing less than 45 pounds in total) comes with me as I wander around the world, sometimes quickly, but mostly slowly. In 2011 alone, I traversed 13 countries and over 45,360 miles. Sounds pretty expensive, huh? What if I told you it wasn't? Believe it. How to Keep Your Travel Costs Low Of course, I could travel for way more than $17,000/year. Here are a few of my secrets. Don't Pay for Accommodations In the entire year of 2011, I paid $173 for accommodation. Work-Trade/Volunteer There are lots of creative opportunities to work in trade for your accommodation (and sometimes food) and enjoy a more immersive travel experience. Hospitality Exchange. Emergency and Disaster Information Service. Unnecessary Knowledge. Concept Super Yacht To Be Built |
Movie Entertainment. How It Works :: Trunk Club. NASA Science. Koalas to the Max dot Com. Son of Citation Machine. Davis's Drug Guide Online + Mobile. Lecture 5: More Medical Abbreviations and Dosage Calculations Using Body Weight and Surface Area. We have already learned how to write amounts in the metric, apothecary, and household systems. But every drug dosage order must contain more than just the name of the drug and the amount. In addition to the name and amount of a drug to be given, some additional information that would be necessary to determine how to give the dosage would be the route of administration or the frequency of doses, for example.
Every order for a drug must actually contain: So let's learn the abbreviations we will need. These are the most important abbreviations that you will need to know for now. Order: penicilin G 400,000 units IM b.i.d. This means we are to give 400,000 units of penicilin G, intramuscularly, twice a day. Notice that the order specifies the drug name, amount with units, route of administration, and frequency, as is required. Order: Velocef 700 mg IV q.i.d. This means we are to give 700 mg of Velocef, intravenously, four times a day. Order: Ilosone 1g p.o. q.6.h. So, how do we check that?