• The Amazing Quality Kvh Tracvision Tv3 Circular Lnb

    Get more info on Amazon-US: http://bit.ly/29ZWJiX The Amazing Quality Tracvision Tv3it's Easy! Install or Retrofit Today for Great Tv Entertainmentwith its single-cable design, compact 37cm (14.5") antenna, and device-friendly user interface, the is a snap to install, set up, and use. The Dvb-s2 compatible is the perfect solution for or multiple-receiver installations. In no time, you'll be enjoying your favorite television programming, right from boat.small Marine Satellite Tv that's Big on Built-in Featuresa choice for powerboats or sailboats frequenting cruising areas located within 100 nautical miles offshore, the supports Directv, Dish Network, Bell Tv, and circular and linear Ku-band regional services worldwide. The Ip-enabled Tv-hub includes Ethernet and Wi-fi for easy with smartpho...

    published: 17 Jul 2016
  • KVH Presents TracVision TV3

    For more information, visit http://www.tracvision.com/tv3. With KVH’s 37 cm (14.5 inch) TracVision TV3 marine satellite TV antenna system, you’ll enjoy your favorite programming on the boat while cruising within 100 miles of shore.

    published: 30 Dec 2014
  • Vanguard (Flopnik)

    Oh, what a flopnik! The Vanguard rocket that held the satellite failed miserably, blowing up before take-off. Das Fiasko wurde life im Fernsehen übertragen. Nach dem Start des russischen Sputnik 1 lachte man über die USA, nach dem Start von Vanguard 1 spottete man nur noch über die USA vom "Kaputtnik" und "Flopnik" war die Rede.

    published: 24 Dec 2006
  • Sputnik 1 First satellite - Soviet Union

    Sputnik 1 was the first artificial Earth satellite. The Soviet Union launched it into an elliptical low Earth orbit on 4 October 1957. It was a 58 cm (23 in) diameter polished metal sphere, with four external radio antennae to broadcast radio pulses. It was visible all around the Earth and its radio pulses were detectable. This surprise success precipitated the American Sputnik crisis and triggered the Space Race, a part of the larger Cold War. The launch ushered in new political, military, technological, and scientific developments. Sputnik itself provided scientists with valuable information, even though it wasn't equipped with sensors, by tracking and studying the satellite from Earth. The density of the upper atmosphere could be deduced from its drag on the orbit, and the propagation ...

    published: 24 Oct 2016
  • How to get tv3 on multi tv,strong....decoders

    -First step is to follow this link to download the softward for your decoder http://www.lemmymorgan.com/latest-biss-keys-software-to-descramble-tv3-ghana-on-strong-g6-qsat-multitv-decoders/ -Remember to check the type of multi tv or strong befor download the appropriate softward -or if you can't download it,just email me i will send it to you..NB:remember to state the type or decoder you are using..thank you

    published: 19 Nov 2015
  • Satelliten Programme 3.Juli 1992 Sat-Zapping

    Please Help me to complete the List: 0:01 Testcard Usingen (PAL) (Kopernikus 23,5°East ??) 00:12 Filmnet or TV3? (D2-MAC) (Sat: Astra 19,2°East ??) 00:22 Screensport / Sportkanal (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:27 RTLplus (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:32 Eurosport (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:37 Sell-A-Vision / Lifestyle ?? (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:42 3sat (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:49 RTL4 (PAL / sometimes Luxcrypt) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:55 MTV Europe (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 01:02 Premiere (PAL / Syster) (Astra 19,2°East) 01:09 ARD 1 Plus (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 01:16 Astra Info Channel (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 01:26 ?? unknown Scrambled Channel ?? (probl. on Eutelsat II-F3 16°East ??) 01:36 RTP Internacional (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F3 16°East) 01:45 Super Channel (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F1 13°East) 01:55 T...

    published: 01 Mar 2013
  • CCRTV - TV3 - Carta d'ajust, inici i avanç de programació - 01.01.2000

    CCRTV - TV3 - Carta d'ajust, inici i avanç de programació - 01.01.2000

    published: 30 Oct 2016
  • Extreme Testing: KVH Satellite Antennas Take a Wild Ride

    For more information about KVH's testing facility, see: http://www.kvhmobileworld.kvh.com/extreme... Please visit http://www.kvh.com/tracphone and http://www.kvh.com/tracvision for more information about KVH's satellite antenna products. KVH's Vice President for Product Development describes the custom hexapod that KVH uses for testing its satellite antennas, which are used at sea, on land, and in the air.

    published: 10 Jul 2012
  • TV3's fyi news on September 23rd 2011 covering the UARS satellite returning to earth

    TV3's fyi news on September 23rd 2011 covering the UARS satellite returning to earth

    published: 24 Sep 2011
  • IRIB TV3

    Old stuff from the late 80s followed by commercials Recorded from IRIB TV3 on May 10 2013, via satellite Arabsat 5C at 20.0°E

    published: 10 May 2013
  • Vanguard Rocket Second Launch Attempt - 1958 US Navy Satellite Launch Failure - WDTVLIVE42

    The spectacular failure of the first Vanguard rocket (Vanguard TV3) in December 1957 did not stop the united States Navy from trying a second launch of a Vanguard missile. Vanguard TV3 Backup, shown in this film, was launched on February 5, 1958 and at first all appeared well, however shortly into the flight a failure occurred and the 1.36 kg (3 lb) satellite sitting atop the missile failed to reach orbit. In March 1958 a Vanguard finally achieved its goal of reaching orbit, however a string of further failures meant that out of eleven launch attempts only three rockets achieved orbit. . . WDTVLIVE42 - Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past - newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from my archives. #Space

    published: 30 Jan 2013
  • TV3 Analogue shutdown

    The shutdown of analogue tv here in Waikato NZ 01-12-2013

    published: 01 Dec 2013
  • TV3 HD Norway - Christmas Continuity 2014 [King Of TV Sat]

    published: 12 Dec 2014
  • TV3 HD Norway - Christmas Continuity 22-12-2015 [King Of TV Sat]

    published: 22 Dec 2015
  • Vanguard TV3 Failed Rocket Launch 1957-12-06 NASA; Flopnik, Kaputnik, Oopsnik, Stayputnik

    more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/ "The Vanguard TV3 was launched on December 6, 1957 at Cape Canaveral Kennedy Space Center. It was the first attempt by the United States to put a satellite into orbit around Earth. However, the rocket only rose a few feet before crashing violently back onto the launchpad. " NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiWpCASDAnU Excerpt from: United States Space Explorations 1958 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyUQ9JC8QgQ Public domain film from NASA, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perf...

    published: 02 Mar 2013
  • Watch TV3 Online Outside Ireland

    Watch TV3 Online - http://identityvoucher.co.uk (Irish TV3) To watch the TV3 online programmes you need to access their media site called 3Player. This allows you to stream the majority of TV3 shows apart from a few exceptions. Although you'll need to be in the Republic of Ireland to view these shows. This is because TV3 has like the vast majority of broadcasters, restricted their content to specific countries - usually the place where they are based. The technology used is called geotargeting and is used for many purposes on many different sites. TV3 looks up your location when you first access the web site, and this determines what you can access. If you're outside Ireland, you'll need to use a proxy or VPN server to hide your real IP address. This is a server which sits betwe...

    published: 06 May 2015
The Amazing Quality Kvh Tracvision Tv3 Circular Lnb

The Amazing Quality Kvh Tracvision Tv3 Circular Lnb

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Get more info on Amazon-US: http://bit.ly/29ZWJiX The Amazing Quality Tracvision Tv3it's Easy! Install or Retrofit Today for Great Tv Entertainmentwith its single-cable design, compact 37cm (14.5") antenna, and device-friendly user interface, the is a snap to install, set up, and use. The Dvb-s2 compatible is the perfect solution for or multiple-receiver installations. In no time, you'll be enjoying your favorite television programming, right from boat.small Marine Satellite Tv that's Big on Built-in Featuresa choice for powerboats or sailboats frequenting cruising areas located within 100 nautical miles offshore, the supports Directv, Dish Network, Bell Tv, and circular and linear Ku-band regional services worldwide. The Ip-enabled Tv-hub includes Ethernet and Wi-fi for easy with smartphones, tablets, Tvs, and computers, giving information at fingertips.highlights45cm (18") diameter proprietary Ringfire technology for stronger signals, wider geographic coverage, and better receptionsupports U.s., Latin America, Network, and and worldwidesupports installationslow elevation angle for tracking in northern latitudeslinear Universal Quad Lnb configuration offers optional Gps and autoskewtri-americas for seamless Tv throughout the Americassleek delivers easy setup and operation, and easy for any smartphone, tablet, or computerhdtv (ku-band only)integrated Wire Multiswitch (swm-8) into belowdecks up to 8 receiverssingle coaxial for power, data, and video enables e
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KVH Presents TracVision TV3

KVH Presents TracVision TV3

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For more information, visit http://www.tracvision.com/tv3. With KVH’s 37 cm (14.5 inch) TracVision TV3 marine satellite TV antenna system, you’ll enjoy your favorite programming on the boat while cruising within 100 miles of shore.
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Vanguard (Flopnik)

Vanguard (Flopnik)

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Oh, what a flopnik! The Vanguard rocket that held the satellite failed miserably, blowing up before take-off. Das Fiasko wurde life im Fernsehen übertragen. Nach dem Start des russischen Sputnik 1 lachte man über die USA, nach dem Start von Vanguard 1 spottete man nur noch über die USA vom "Kaputtnik" und "Flopnik" war die Rede.
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Sputnik 1 First satellite - Soviet Union

Sputnik 1 First satellite - Soviet Union

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Sputnik 1 was the first artificial Earth satellite. The Soviet Union launched it into an elliptical low Earth orbit on 4 October 1957. It was a 58 cm (23 in) diameter polished metal sphere, with four external radio antennae to broadcast radio pulses. It was visible all around the Earth and its radio pulses were detectable. This surprise success precipitated the American Sputnik crisis and triggered the Space Race, a part of the larger Cold War. The launch ushered in new political, military, technological, and scientific developments. Sputnik itself provided scientists with valuable information, even though it wasn't equipped with sensors, by tracking and studying the satellite from Earth. The density of the upper atmosphere could be deduced from its drag on the orbit, and the propagation of its radio signals gave information about the ionosphere. Sputnik 1 was launched during the International Geophysical Year from Site No.1/5, at the 5th Tyuratam range, in Kazakh SSR (now known as the Baikonur Cosmodrome). The satellite travelled at about 29,000 kilometres per hour (18,000 mph; 8,100 m/s), taking 96.2 minutes to complete each orbit. It transmitted on 20.005 and 40.002 MHz, which were monitored by amateur radio operators throughout the world. The signals continued for 21 days until the transmitter batteries ran out on 26 October 1957.[8] Sputnik 1 burned up on 4 January 1958, as it fell from orbit upon reentering Earth's atmosphere, after travelling about 70 million km (43.5 million miles) and spending three months in orbit. The launch of Sputnik surprised the American public and shattered the perception, furthered by American propaganda, of the United States as the technological superpower and the Soviet Union as a backward country. Privately, however, the CIA and President Eisenhower were aware of progress being made by the Soviets on Sputnik from secret spy plane imagery. Together with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the Army Ballistic Missile Agency built Explorer 1, and launched it on 31 January 1958. Before work was completed, however, the Soviet Union launched a second satellite, Sputnik 2, on 3 November 1957. Meanwhile, the televised failure of Vanguard TV3 on 6 December 1957 deepened American dismay over the country's position in the Space Race. The Americans took a more aggressive stance in the emerging space race, resulting in an emphasis on science and technological research and reforms in many areas from the military to education systems. The federal government began investing in science, engineering and mathematics at all levels of education. An advanced research group was assembled for military purposes. These research groups developed weapons such as ICBMs and missile defense systems, as well as spy satellites for the U.S. Attribution : Телестудия Роскосмоса https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYLMVWHvLXM License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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How to get tv3 on multi tv,strong....decoders

How to get tv3 on multi tv,strong....decoders

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  • Updated: 19 Nov 2015
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-First step is to follow this link to download the softward for your decoder http://www.lemmymorgan.com/latest-biss-keys-software-to-descramble-tv3-ghana-on-strong-g6-qsat-multitv-decoders/ -Remember to check the type of multi tv or strong befor download the appropriate softward -or if you can't download it,just email me i will send it to you..NB:remember to state the type or decoder you are using..thank you
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Satelliten Programme 3.Juli 1992 Sat-Zapping

Satelliten Programme 3.Juli 1992 Sat-Zapping

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Please Help me to complete the List: 0:01 Testcard Usingen (PAL) (Kopernikus 23,5°East ??) 00:12 Filmnet or TV3? (D2-MAC) (Sat: Astra 19,2°East ??) 00:22 Screensport / Sportkanal (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:27 RTLplus (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:32 Eurosport (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:37 Sell-A-Vision / Lifestyle ?? (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:42 3sat (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:49 RTL4 (PAL / sometimes Luxcrypt) (Astra 19,2°East) 00:55 MTV Europe (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 01:02 Premiere (PAL / Syster) (Astra 19,2°East) 01:09 ARD 1 Plus (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 01:16 Astra Info Channel (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) 01:26 ?? unknown Scrambled Channel ?? (probl. on Eutelsat II-F3 16°East ??) 01:36 RTP Internacional (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F3 16°East) 01:45 Super Channel (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F1 13°East) 01:55 TV5 (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F1 13°East) 02:06 Deutsche Welle TV (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F1 13°East) 02:19 BrightStar Feed (PAL) (Satellite unknown) 02:31 Der Kabelkanal (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F1 13°East) 02:40 TRT Int. Avrasya (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F1 13°East) 02:53 MBC Middle East Broadcasting Channel (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F1 13°East) 02:58 Filmnet Benelux (SATPAC) (Eutelsat II-F1 13°East) 03:06 RAIUNO (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F2 10°East) 03:15 TVE Internacional (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F2 10°East) 03:17 RAIDUE (PAL / Discret 12) (Eutelsat II-F2 10°East) 03:28 SHOW T.V. (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F2 10°East) 03:31 Tele On (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F2 10°East) 03:41 InterStar (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F2 10°East) 03:52 Guadalajara-Testcard (PAL) (Satellite unknown) 04:01 RTS Sat Serbia (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F4M 7°East) 04:13 Scrambled SATPAC Testcard from Filmnet ?? (Satellite unknown) 04:24 Norway Testcard (PAL) (Tele-X 5°East) 04:34 TVN Norge (PAL) (Intelsat 1°West) 04:44 Italy Infocard to Switch to 63°East (PAL) (Intelsat 18°West) 04:49 Discovery Channel (PAL) (Intelsat 601 27,5°East) 04:54 Parliamentary Channel (PAL) (Intelsat 601 27,5°East) 05:00 SSVC-TV (BFBS) (PAL - Cryptovision (by Tandberg)) (Intelsat 601 27,5°West) 05:09 CNN Int. (PAL) (Intelsat 601 27,5°West) 05:20 EBU-Feeds (PAL) (Intelsat 601 27,5°East) 05:33 Bright Star Feeds (PAL) (Intelsat 601 27,5°East) 05:44 Galavision (eco) (PAL) (PanAmSat1 45°West) 05:57 CBS-Feed (PAL) (Sat PAS1 45°West ??) 06:16 Vis Europe Feeds (PAL) (Sat unknown) ?? 06:27 Feed for RTL PLUS (PAL) (Sat unknown) ?? 06:37 PTT Telecom Netherland Feed Channel (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F3 16°East) 06:49 RTP Int. Testcard (after Closedown) (PAL) (Eutelsat II-F3 16°East) 07:19 Arte (PAL) (Kopernikus DFS3 23,5°East) 07:19 Astra Promo Channel (PAL) (Astra 19,2°East) *** If you like this upload, please donate something ;-) paypal.me/625line
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CCRTV - TV3 - Carta d'ajust, inici i avanç de programació - 01.01.2000

CCRTV - TV3 - Carta d'ajust, inici i avanç de programació - 01.01.2000

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CCRTV - TV3 - Carta d'ajust, inici i avanç de programació - 01.01.2000
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Extreme Testing: KVH Satellite Antennas Take a Wild Ride

Extreme Testing: KVH Satellite Antennas Take a Wild Ride

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For more information about KVH's testing facility, see: http://www.kvhmobileworld.kvh.com/extreme... Please visit http://www.kvh.com/tracphone and http://www.kvh.com/tracvision for more information about KVH's satellite antenna products. KVH's Vice President for Product Development describes the custom hexapod that KVH uses for testing its satellite antennas, which are used at sea, on land, and in the air.
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TV3's fyi news on September 23rd 2011 covering the UARS satellite returning to earth

TV3's fyi news on September 23rd 2011 covering the UARS satellite returning to earth

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TV3's fyi news on September 23rd 2011 covering the UARS satellite returning to earth
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IRIB TV3

IRIB TV3

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Old stuff from the late 80s followed by commercials Recorded from IRIB TV3 on May 10 2013, via satellite Arabsat 5C at 20.0°E
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Vanguard Rocket Second Launch Attempt - 1958 US Navy Satellite Launch Failure - WDTVLIVE42

Vanguard Rocket Second Launch Attempt - 1958 US Navy Satellite Launch Failure - WDTVLIVE42

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The spectacular failure of the first Vanguard rocket (Vanguard TV3) in December 1957 did not stop the united States Navy from trying a second launch of a Vanguard missile. Vanguard TV3 Backup, shown in this film, was launched on February 5, 1958 and at first all appeared well, however shortly into the flight a failure occurred and the 1.36 kg (3 lb) satellite sitting atop the missile failed to reach orbit. In March 1958 a Vanguard finally achieved its goal of reaching orbit, however a string of further failures meant that out of eleven launch attempts only three rockets achieved orbit. . . WDTVLIVE42 - Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past - newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from my archives. #Space
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TV3 Analogue shutdown

TV3 Analogue shutdown

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The shutdown of analogue tv here in Waikato NZ 01-12-2013
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TV3 HD Norway - Christmas Continuity 2014 [King Of TV Sat]

TV3 HD Norway - Christmas Continuity 2014 [King Of TV Sat]

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TV3 HD Norway - Christmas Continuity 22-12-2015 [King Of TV Sat]

TV3 HD Norway - Christmas Continuity 22-12-2015 [King Of TV Sat]

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Vanguard TV3 Failed Rocket Launch 1957-12-06 NASA; Flopnik, Kaputnik, Oopsnik, Stayputnik

Vanguard TV3 Failed Rocket Launch 1957-12-06 NASA; Flopnik, Kaputnik, Oopsnik, Stayputnik

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more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/ "The Vanguard TV3 was launched on December 6, 1957 at Cape Canaveral Kennedy Space Center. It was the first attempt by the United States to put a satellite into orbit around Earth. However, the rocket only rose a few feet before crashing violently back onto the launchpad. " NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiWpCASDAnU Excerpt from: United States Space Explorations 1958 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyUQ9JC8QgQ Public domain film from NASA, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanguard_TV3 Vanguard TV3 was the first attempt of the United States to launch a satellite into orbit around the Earth. It was a small satellite designed to test the launch capabilities of the three-stage Vanguard rocket and study the effects of the environment on a satellite and its systems in Earth orbit. It was also to be used to obtain geodetic measurements through orbit analysis. At its launch attempt on December 6, 1957 at Cape Canaveral, the booster ignited and began to rise; but about two seconds after liftoff, after rising about four feet (1.2 m), the rocket lost thrust and began to fall back to the launch pad. As it settled the fuel tanks ruptured and exploded, destroying the rocket and severely damaging the launch pad. The Vanguard satellite was thrown clear and landed on the ground a short distance away with its transmitters still sending out a beacon signal. The satellite was damaged, however, and could not be reused. It is now on display at the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution. The exact cause of the accident was never determined with certainty, but the commonly accepted explanation is that low fuel tank pressure during the start procedure allowed some of the burning fuel in the combustion chamber to leak into the fuel system through the injector head before full propellant pressure was obtained from the turbopump... Satellite construction project The history of the Vanguard TV3 project dates back to the International Geophysical Year (IGY). Initiated in 1952, orbiting a satellite became one of the main goals of the IGY. This was an enthusiastic international undertaking that united scientists globally to conduct planet-wide geophysical studies. The IGY guaranteed free exchange of information acquired through scientific observation which led to many important discoveries in the future. As early as July 1955, President Dwight D. Eisenhower announced, through his press secretary, that the United States would launch "small, unmanned, earth-circling satellites as part of the U.S. participation in the I.G.Y." On September 9, 1955, the United States Department of Defense wrote a letter to the secretary of the Navy authorizing the mission to proceed. The US Navy had been assigned the task of launching Vanguard satellites as part of the program. Project Vanguard had officially begun. Satellite design The payload was a 1.36 kg aluminium sphere 152 mm in diameter, nearly identical to the later Vanguard 1. It contained a mercury battery powered, 10 mW, 108 MHz transmitter and a 5 mW, 108.03 MHz transmitter powered by six solar cells mounted on the body of the satellite. Six short antennas protruded from the sphere. The transmitters were used primarily for engineering and tracking data, but were also used to determine the total electron content between the satellite and ground stations. Vanguard also carried two thermistors to measure the interior temperatures in order to track the effectiveness of the thermal protection. Engineers recovered the payload from the launch area, still functioning. It was restored and put on display at the entrance to the Apollo gallery when the National Air and Space Museum opened in 1976. Since then the display has been modified to show TV3 in a condition closer to what it was found in. Reaction As a result of the launch failure, trading in the stock of the Martin Company, prime contractor for the project, was temporarily suspended by the New York Stock Exchange. Newspapers in the United States, published prominent headlines and articles noting the failure including plays on the name of the Russian satellite, Sputnik, such as "Flopnik", "Kaputnik", "Oopsnik", and "Stayputnik". Later analysis of this technological failure characterized this as a humiliation and loss of prestige for the United States which had presented itself to the world as the leader in science and technology. Its rival in the Cold War, the Soviet Union exploited this at the time...
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Watch TV3 Online Outside Ireland

Watch TV3 Online Outside Ireland

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Watch TV3 Online - http://identityvoucher.co.uk (Irish TV3) To watch the TV3 online programmes you need to access their media site called 3Player. This allows you to stream the majority of TV3 shows apart from a few exceptions. Although you'll need to be in the Republic of Ireland to view these shows. This is because TV3 has like the vast majority of broadcasters, restricted their content to specific countries - usually the place where they are based. The technology used is called geotargeting and is used for many purposes on many different sites. TV3 looks up your location when you first access the web site, and this determines what you can access. If you're outside Ireland, you'll need to use a proxy or VPN server to hide your real IP address. This is a server which sits between you and the website you visit, relaying requests when they're made. The website will only see the IP address of the proxy, so you can use this method to access any site on the web. This video demonstrates a service called Identity Cloaker which comes with a global network of servers designed to hide your real IP address and encrypt your communications. There are quite a lot of these VPN services available now, so there's certainly a lot to choose from. Which one you choose will depend on your particular circumstances. Make a list of the sites you need to access and make sure that the company provides a server in that location, be sure that the service provides many more US and UK servers as these are by far the most popular. Speed will suffer if there aren't enough servers and watching video via a slow proxy is a painful experience. Please Share if you enjoyed : http://youtu.be/jGjtA0fzqWg Useful Links TV3 - http://www.tv3.ie/ UK TV - http://iplayerusa.org/index.php/british-tv-programmes-online/ RTE - http://www.rte.ie/ TV3 New Zealand - http://www.tv3.co.nz/OnDemand.aspx VPN on ipad - http://www.uktv-online.com/bbc-iplayer-on-the-ipad-abroad/ BBc iPlayer in Ireland - https://youtu.be/Fapp_FhAGy0
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