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The fourth satellite the pair sent into orbit was a cylindrical satellite called the TNS-0 for testing technologies for new space communication and navigation, it was jettisoned at 11:21 a.
Although the crew of Wave Knight were unable to recover all the jettisoned bales before they sank, the total disruption was estimated as being in the region of 1,800 kilograms (3,968 pounds) with an estimated street value of some 9 million [pounds sterling] ($14.
The engineer opened the hatch and jettisoned the battery.
Thus, he hypothesizes, the later they're jettisoned by pregnancy, the greater the protective effect.
Delphi has jettisoned hydraulics entirely at Vienna where all 124 of the Milacron-Fanuc (Batavia, OH; www.
They jettisoned the ARS onto the tarmac, causing $53,165 in damage.
For example, a defective Hellfire or Stinger missile that can't be jettisoned could go ka-boom.
The pilot headed into the Bristol Channel and then, according to peace protesters, jettisoned the bomb into the sea.
AT&T jettisoned its South American affiliate after taking a US$1.
On 26 January, the helicopter crew deployed aboard Steadfast located a go-fast boat, which jettisoned its load of 1.
With the sale of SPC we have jettisoned our most troubled business and will now be able to better focus on growing our core brands and lowering our operating costs and interest expense.
With the sale of SPC we have jettisoned our most troubled business, and will now be able to better focus on growing our core brands and lowering our operating costs and interest expense.