17 Burst results for "Gus Grissom"

"gus grissom" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio

Computer Talk Radio

03:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio

"To do the same thing. Now he is going to go up above something called the karman line which is sixty two miles above spec- level and that is actually where we determined that space actually begins. That's the current definition. This carmine line where space begins but richard branson was out of our atmosphere. So was that where was or maybe. It's the old definition of one hundred miles. This is this is something that we have to struggle with. There were a few other people who only went up just a little bit further. Gus grissom was one of those guys alan. Shepard gus grissom And yeah they were. They were in the middle of a space race in. We are now in the middle of a space race between billionaires. Okay i do want them to chase forward. I do want them to achieve these dreams. I do want them to to achieve new amazing successes but we have to start wondering. Where are we going to draw this line. There's there's a lot to go with here. And i want you to ponder this. I want you to tell me what you think. Feel free to reach out to me. Feel free to let me know what you think way. Where does space begin where where does where does astronaut hood begin. I thought you'd enjoy this. I figured that this is something. Marty live also brought up..

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"gus grissom" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You know. The betters have been responding and it's nice that we also get some nice weather You know we had that little wet stretch that everyone lamented lamented about but it's been been nice weather and then should be nice weather again today I believe And we've got steaks today. Let's take a look. Let me pull out the Wednesday card to twenty post and the late action today. The pick five starts in race five and got how the weather is holding up. Right. Thought Right we thought there was going to be some storm activity just talked to Rick Hamilton earlier and Kentucky downs was nervous as could be about the you know that hurricane the latest hurricane but It seems like everything's okay through the middle middle part of the country. Yeah I. Think they'll be fine down there today and we're. Scotch let's see about four or five hours south of US Nashville a you know it's a little north of Nashville and. About four five hours south of where Kentucky down that compared to Indiana Grand just looking at the the forecast today it's It's coming mostly sunny and high of about eighty degrees. Nice. Perfect So turf surface in good stead today, and that includes the start of the sequence. The Richmond goes as the seventh. The Gus Grissom goes is the eighth and.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Was a fairly nice weekend. Up in Canada's actually. Vacation of weekend. The leaves are coming on the trees and the Hollick was doing some prospecting. He was a bit of a rock house, and he went to fairly remote location. The I've been to this area. A few times before falcon lake is about oh, you know, an hour north of the American border so fairly rugged and he had gone into the the wooden after spending the night at a motel in the town of falcon lake and similar around nude because he entered the woods in the morning. The shipping and looking at rocks and stopping along the labored around duty stop for lunch. And as he was having his lunch. There is a big commotion because the geese on a little lake below him. He looks good on a ridge took off. Do we were startled by something? You've thought maybe there is a bear. And he looked around couldn't see anything. But in the sky was with a set of two Hollywood style flying saucers initially. They were they're very very bright white and one proceeded to come down closer closer at appeared to land on a rock outcropping. Again, looks looks something like a Hollywood style. Flying saucer disc shaped with a dome on top lates coming from the top. And as you watched this from coaching down Haida rockets the bushes. He was puzzled is what he was seeing. He was thinking what is this? He has a background of the military of selfish familiar with aircraft. This would be age of Apollo Gus Grissom and others have just passed away. Just a few months earlier so space with the news that maybe this was some sort of American version of the the lunar module that has gone astray. And and he became convinced that went as he's watching us over the period of about a half an hour. A door opens in the side have more lights came out, and he could hear some a high pitched voices. And he thought perhaps this was an indication ever people inside. So he stood up thinking that this is some sort of spacecraft that the.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on KTRH

"Zero. I band movie coming out Ryan Gosling playing the part of Neil Armstrong. The film is fiction, obviously because this is based on Armstrong story how we went to the moon. Now, we got back safely that kind of thing. Plenty of technology to go to the moon and bring him safely back to earth. Not nobody died unless you count Gus Grissom dying on the pad, but that was that wasn't going to died on earth. So going to the moon and back pretty easy back in the nineteen sixties going to the moon. Now, not easy technology not being able to build it in time. And guess what? Guys, something's happening. We we got. This report today seventeen scientists often report stating that searching for signs of life should be part of every future. Nasa mission. And this briefing was sent out by the national academies of sciences engineering and medicine. Basically emphasizes the importance of including Astro biology, the study of how wipe originated on earth, and how it might evolve. Elsewhere in the universe in every phase of all Naff emissions destined for space from inception and conceptual is from inception. Conceptualization the planning development and operations. So now, it's obvious as to why nother story today, and this is this is out of Russia's. So there's still some sketchy things going on with this one so Russians found these colliding stars. And they were going. Wow. Look how cool these colliding stars. Are they're going to collide completely you know by twenty twenty two. Interesting to look at. And so then they said, well, we're going to look into one of the laser interferometer gravitational wave observatories, and we're going to find out just how these things sound, right? And so they got the sound. And this is the sound that got now pay attention because it's all coming together quite nicely. Listen, listen to this. This is the sound they picked up from this. These stars colliding..

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"gus grissom" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Sprint eight matches march twenty third nineteen sixty five exactly nine twenty four this morning world watched as the gemini three rocket blasted off into space inside carry two pieces of precious cargo john young and gus grissom molly brown gift capcom that's you you're the capsule communicator or capcom your job is who talk directly with yasser noughts and molly brown well like all astronauts grissom had a habit of nicknaming his ships last time he went with the liberty bell but after the liberty ended up at the bottom of the ocean grissom decided he wanted something more resilient molly brown as in the unsinkable molly brown canary capcom yeah it really is we didn't get to see too much of the state's though too many clouds roger launch went really well what is to start celebrating there's work to be done you listen as the astronauts undertake one of the key goals of this mission testing space food washer meal hotdog girl food one of these they send a lead the brownies closed let me have some of that juice when you get done get any water yep good stuff in a few hours time the gemini three was splashed down in the ocean and you can enjoy some well deserved rest and relaxation but then you hear something strange over the intercom corned beef sandwich john just about hits the floor where did that come from abroad with me let's see how it tastes this is not good there were lots of pre approved foods to be tested hotdogs brownies chicken legs applesauce but you know for a fact that a corn beef sandwich was not one of them now you're starting to get worried smell.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Would you eat this dehydrated food well actually i'm not hungry i'm not hungry i i'm awful up for some reason your breath stinks corn beef yeah that's weird so sadly gus grissom died in a prelaunch test of the apollo one but he has a memorial museum in mitchell indiana and one of the exhibits is a corned beef sandwich imbedded and acrylic just to remind people very aids so that's very good john young's zero g goose did not stop there though because during a moon walk on the apollo sixteen mission where again he was the ninth human being ever walk on the fucking moon young was reporting back to nasa about his status during a moonwalk and every recording i love listening to like moonwalk recordings because it's like you can hear obviously the most famous one is you know one small step for man and giant leap for mankind that's probably not how it goes but it's very similar to that i think but that's like momentous right because he got it you got a nail that i'm the first person to step foot on the moon but then like you listen to these more informal conversations and it's a lot of astronauts freaking the fuck out because they're walking on the moon and a lot of mission control just like freaking the fuck out walking on the moon and it doesn't matter which mission it is it's like wild that you're walking on the moon and so there's probably there's probably lots of recordings of john young during this mission i think he had three different moonwalk stream this mission being referenced like that right getting to take these rarefied steps on lunar soil but there also exists a recording of john young saying the funniest shit anyone's ever said on the moon ever and i'd like to just sort of play this dialogue between him and houston mission control right now.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Urgel gus grissom walter sheera junior alan shepherd junior juniors and donald slayton the seven men all military test pilots were carefully selected from a group of thirty two candidates to take part in project mercury america's first manned space program this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy paul mccartney announces the breakup of the beatles in promoting his first solo album when asked if he could foresee a time when lennon mccartney would become an active songwriting partnership again mccartney said no that set in motion a series of events that would eventually lead to the end of the legendary band and this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven title woods becomes the first person of color to win the masters at augusta national golf club woods at age twenty one would win his first major tournament becoming the youngest to do it while setting a record with his eighteen under par score of two seventy that's your look back at this week in history all the stuff that matters sports and local news the weather give me my traffic reports real news in real time right here on fourteen ten wto v es really well with treating fourteen ten w deal so tired with aw to talk to george noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The day brought to you by resorts world casino queens with over six thousand games on three spacious fours they've got more right next door so we just played the goes johnson call on fox sports one he was a little over the top as usually is these fontes exciting great reacted to hearing that call earlier this morning it was butler and seton hall or so of reagan you've seen cnet magazine call the bully change what have you seen him he is so thin their years he is i saw that the guard lesserused wild verse surprised anyway look good gus grissom working to have larger galleries a day machine jiang darts thank you so much give agree johnson guys one of our moment of the day thanks jerry level you start shouting like that it's always was six o'clock hour i thought the forty five at the back up the investors bags to the as yet scoring hello yeah everybody about your what what i was gonna say hey if you have any money in your life who snores well now now why i wanted to read this first while you're not going to focus on how to do this aim at those who were accord harris i i a weightier mode of the day was taken to alone so i.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The standard and by that he meant a the standard one would expect of a prime minister each war on his free to criticise and say whatever they feel and it's okay okay but at the same time what you imply that may be the coalition is going to be unstable i don't see it going that far the coalition is very stadion very stable and i'm sure we'll continue in finnish shortterm you going to the prime minister him so foods perhaps a vulnerable mao to pressures from within that coalition with these a police recommendation the charges against him well and you know the investigation has been going through for the past two and a half years for two and a half years obviously it's a former bowl situation but at the same time he had a worked as the prime minister of israel and we soon we see a lot of the results that he brought not just in the diplomatic in the foreign relations fair but also in israel's economical sphere an economy we see the growth we see the security and our security needs are being mets are quite highly n so with all this pressure he's still functioning as one of the best prime minister of israel certificates this was we're going to blow wavered you will i certainly believe the prime minister when he says that these things never happen and he doesn't have anything to incriminate him because he hasn't done anything and i certainly believe the prime minister when he says that what you see in front of his eyes first of all is the future of israel but harm gus grissom haskell a a member of the key bessette from benjamin netanyahu's likud party.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on Filmspotting

"I appreciate that even though you know you're you're rating a letterbox at least it was positive i'm like yeah you like okay let's put it why don't you wanted to stop stop i don't want to hear more when i think about my child in movies it's one of the first if not the first movie that pops into my head i can instantly take myself back to watching various scenes from the right stuff i became obsessed with jets and pilots and with astronauts after seeing it i started reading biographies of the astronauts like i remember going to my library and actually finding a biography of gus grissom the guy who the second man in space and ultimately tragically died as part of the apollo program but he's kind of disgraced at the end of the right stuff when you see what goes wrong what transpires at the end of his launched into space but i was so fascinated by all of those characters that i just wanted to learn more oddly i still have never read the tom wolf source materially i can't figure that i will get to at some point i assume that book gets at what this movie taps into which is the mythic nature of this whole endeavor and this movie does reinforce those miss there is no doubt about it the way at lyon isas these men but it is also just cynical or at least knowing enough to show the foibles of these men how he rose can be exploited as philip kaufman the director noted in an oral history of the right stuff that came out i think a few years ago it's the craziness of the american circus in the movie does certainly explore that but it also shows us how the heroes can exploit that circus to their own goals as well there's at great scene where the media's just outside flashing their cameras and their lobbying for a window in the capsule the scientists the engineers they don't understand why these guys in space would need a window or why they would need to have any control over the space capsule at all and they say the press they want buck rogers that's what the people at home that's what the.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Then you've lost that element of sexual surprise that we love to talk about here on the august cells in sex exploration hour we want you to do we want you to want more watched the floor getting down with you i wanna move with you sexy aisa now you know what i'm talking about now you know where i'm going i'll go cells in sexual expiration are we continue after this word from our sponsor patino august celts in here for cupertino lou sometimes you need something to greece your way in life well it's the same thing with sex now i'm not here to talk about the specifics of the graphic details of why and how you use and need lubao just be here to tell you that cupertino is the one i've used cupertino for the last forty one years i've been sexually active for fifty and that makes me somewhere in my '70s and no it doesn't it makes me younger because they started younger but okay if it makes you feel better i'm in my '70s but even if i were in my 70s let me tell you what you couldn't handle it on so i forget the youth the rest of the commercial so cupertino liu was developed by scientists at lake geneva for just that kind of a lifestyle when you need it you better reach in the bag and find it if it's not there you're going to be an out you're gonna be ah in the hunt for your life or the hunt of your life looking for cupertino lou you can find it at spelled these a department stores also in their pharmacy section and it's if it sounds like i'm trying to buy time because i don't know what i'm saying that isn't true i do know what i'm saying but i'm haltingly remembering these things and trying to figure out which are important at which are most of what i consider you about cupertino lube is very important but there are some silly extras that i don't really want to add on for instance cupertino lube smells great i asked me if i care right do you know you don't cupertino lou available now at a box lead department stores grim lease pharmacies of course and the gus grissom drugstore.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Then you've lost that element of sexual surprise that we love to talk about here on the august cells in sex exploration hour we want you to do we want you to want more watched the floor getting down with you i wanna move with you sexy aisa now you know what i'm talking about now you know where i'm going i'll go cells in sexual expiration are we continue after this word from our sponsor patino august celts in here for cupertino lou sometimes you need something to greece your way in life well it's the same thing with sex now i'm not here to talk about the specifics of the graphic details of why and how you use and need lubao just be here to tell you that cupertino is the one i've used cupertino for the last forty one years i've been sexually active for fifty and that makes me somewhere in my '70s and no it doesn't it makes me younger because they started younger but okay if it makes you feel better i'm in my '70s but even if i were in my 70s let me tell you what you couldn't handle it on so i forget the youth the rest of the commercial so cupertino liu was developed by scientists at lake geneva for just that kind of a lifestyle when you need it you better reach in the bag and find it if it's not there you're going to be an out you're gonna be ah in the hunt for your life or the hunt of your life looking for cupertino lou you can find it at spelled these a department stores also in their pharmacy section and it's if it sounds like i'm trying to buy time because i don't know what i'm saying that isn't true i do know what i'm saying but i'm haltingly remembering these things and trying to figure out which are important at which are most of what i consider you about cupertino lube is very important but there are some silly extras that i don't really want to add on for instance cupertino lube smells great i asked me if i care right do you know you don't cupertino lou available now at a box lead department stores grim lease pharmacies of course and the gus grissom drugstore.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Makes a move on clarity will knock it down from fourteen nice pump fake by cap wade girl clarity liu buyer doyle popped in the fourteen voters thirty four 28 church for the wolverines the flirty in the corner being defended by doyle gives it the robbins makes a move and shouted no good partially blocked by chase poli and gulf assume with rebound gets it'll led the doorbell the oil angles right yours moans top of the key holy that deficit working hard and now an offensive foul was trying to go against begging deficit i have no idea i was actually watching her down there that whole tyrant which bride i'd be it is along with that call loud i don't know how to called that one lisa bitter ever conversation with what are the officials 34 28 archives on job if she could basketball it's just got citizens first then i was missing it a triangle and see right now doing a fantastic job of talking and making sure that they can help out when they can on the two suitors there's flirty gives it the church makes baixa three drives in high low feed gut stood blocked by up to seven and off make it out of bounds michigan basketball good defense inside buy megan gus grissom and this excellence channel two's persic for the lineup that's n because and doesn't carly moans out there guarding the guard where she is probably not as comfortable yet they're robins receives the pows but falls down dug up by the hot guys civilian it transition stops goes up and travelling will be called before the layup.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Better prepares you that god forbid if the balloon bills up in your lives then you're actually better prepared for it didn't if you hadn't seen them yeah well you know you always talk about aspin watching your ass which is clever a s sp what does a s p stand for well i mean it it's court first of all kifri akron selfprotection i feel at the active selfprotection but it also lose how training strategy when we first one on adequacy been scouring the noclaims attitude skills clan eight so when we say cover your ass were very careful to make sure we enunciate the p at the end there and so in doing so we talk about listen you want to make sure that your attitude is correct and what a lot of people call their defensive mine i prefer to think of it as an attitude which is my arrangement or my my for compressor that occurred at some level come first book world things attitude is always fruit wants to have an attitude that i am willing to protect myself personally i feel article underpinnings for that then we talk about skills in brazil skills and you can't just say well i'm gonna protect my sal you got to act we have uh philly and let me building is still that that is more than gus grissom ed handed steals and if possible legal introduced it's been firearms from less lethal cool with another coup finally so what is my clear in full if something like this goes down how to handle cars how what would happen in a home is ease with our family clans on without effect thus in this particular way who what what all these things happen i feel like when you have asked me you'll and plan put together to have the best chance hospitable come out of a deadly force it counter as a victory nothing key things you know uh the youth the bad guy gets it afloat but it gives you the best possible and so that's why we use that cover your ask little catchphrase because it means make sure that your attitude in your plan or in place and that's awesome john nuts very helpful for me as well as holding we have for the segment on frontlines of freedom but in a few minutes we'll be back with john korea and more active selfprotection disagreeing best give coil and frontlines of freedom hit the deck and doing easy slow thirty one hundred push ups with each hand of course i want you lean and mean so you can go out there and protect your family's.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on Countdown

Countdown

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on Countdown

"And while grissom could dance his capsule about in multiple axes it was slow going the kind of thing he'd been set up here to learn in the first place and the kind of thing he'd report when he got home so that future capsules could have the necessary improvements built in grissom soon released the thruster handle and then allowed the onboard computer to take control its job now was to turn the capsule around and position it so that it's blunt bottom protected by chilled faced forward preparing for the flaming plunged that was ahead we may remember the big events in history in science but it's the smallest moments can have the biggest impact there's so much to be learned from these details and you can do that by watching the great courses plus learn about anything from awardwinning experts get unlimited access to stream or download over eight thousand engaging video lectures learn about the greatest explorations inventions that changed the world even had a cook or take better photos with a great courses plus it's like sitting in on the most fascinating college courses anytime you want from wherever you are this is lifelong learning at its best the great courses plus has a course that everyone should watch now inexplicable universe dr neil degrasse tyson's dives into the heart of some of sciences greatest mysteries including black holes extraterrestrial life and multiple universes sign up for the great courses plus today to start watching as a listener to count down you will get a full month of unlimited access to all of their video lectures for free but you must go to our special url the great courses plus dot com slash countdown.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on Countdown

Countdown

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on Countdown

"Gus grissom tried not to give much thought to the fact that the rocket he was writing to space was built to kill people actually most people at nasa tried not to give that fact much thought the rocket didn't have a killers appearance it was a sleek white stock of a thing barely eighty five feet tall which was a much has rockets go and it didn't have a killers name it was called a stone pour on days like today when an american astronaut was aboard it was a mercury redstone since the pilot grissom in this case was riding in a mercury spacecraft perched on top of that made it a lot easier to forget that the rock at once looked a lot different a squatter fatter machine painted in an alternating pattern of black and white and it went by a different name to it was called of v to the v stood for vengeance in case the message was missed and 1500 of them were launch from the spit of land known as pain among the in northeastern germany in 1944 and 1945 most of the twos landed in london and the southeast region of england killing some seven thousand people bet did nothing to change the outcome of world war two for collapsing germany but it did inflict a lot of terror and suffering on great britain before the war's end.

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"gus grissom" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"gus grissom" Discussed on Liftoff

"On get this every class of nasa manned orbital space craft of the 20th century that's record incredible mercury gemena apollo and the space shuttle the only one of these who didn't fly on those is gus grissom because he was killed in the apollo one pad fire but uh everyone else made it two at at the very least a you know that those those early missions and of course always through the space shuttle john glenn who flew in the space shuttle of course uh was actually the last survivor of the class and died last year as we mentioned on the show when he passed um nasser's regional plan was to cast a wider net when naming astronauts there was a whole a funny seen in the right stuff where they're like uh we could get acrobats we could get long distance runners and prison eisenhower said no why don't we just get test pilots why don't we get people from the military and with test pilot backgrounds they're gonna understand 'aeronautics they're going to understand what's going on in the craft that are going to be developed a day on they understand the risks they are the right people to do this they have the right stuff if you will so um among the requirements for being a member of the mercury seven you couldn't be taller than one hundred eighty centimetres that's five eleven which means that i qualify barely by height but they also couldn't way more than one hundred eighty pounds i would have to go on a little bit of a diet to get under the '80s you kilogram the basically the capsule was very small and so your hack today i uh i i would not qualify now because of my age but of course my asian nineteen 58 with not be a problem i didn't exist 'cause you had to be under forty you had to have heavy bachelor's degree or equivalent and here's that key test pilot thing 1500 hours of flying time and qualification to fly jet aircraft even though of course there were essentially almost no controls on the mercury capsule this was a way for them to say this is these are the people we want we want people understand this sort of thing stephen do you qualify to be an astronaut.

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