Links: | Mission Status | Reuters | Space.Com |June 19 (Day 170, Lawlessness): Orbiter Endeavour landed on Runway 22 at Edwards Air Force Base, California due to rain in Florida. Landing times were: Main Gear - 10:57/41 AM PDT (1757/41 GMT); Nose Gear - 10:57/53 AM PDT (1757/53 GMT); Wheel Stop - 10:58/45 AM PDT (1758/45 GMT). The numbers mean: 22 - cursing; 57 - Zebulun, or Florida; 41 - happiness; 53- a ship; and 45 - victory over the stronghold. Mission Elapsed Time of Main Gear touchdown was 13 da 20 hr 34 min 52 sec.
The Expedition 4 Crew returned safely aboard the Orbiter. US Astronauts, Daniel Bursch and Carl Walz, set a new US record of 196 days in space, which surpasses the previous US record of 188 days held by Shannon Lucid from her stay aboard the Russian Space Station, Mir in 1996. The Russian record is 438 days in space. The number, 96, stands for the spoils of victory.
Landing was on June 19th, for the federal judiciary. President Bush sent his new Homeland Security proposal to congress yesterday, which relates to the federal judiciary as does the President's proposed Middle East speech. It was Day 170, for lawlessness (17). The Palestinians symbolize lawlessness in contrast to Israel, which symbolizes legalism. The Orbiter landed in California in lieu of Florida, Brevard County #19. The relationship between Florida and California represents the relationship between the Palestinians (Florida) and Israel (California). The landing time in California was 10:57/41 AM PDT, where 57 stands for Florida.
US Astronauts, Daniel Bursch and Carl Walz, set a new record of 196 days in space, where 96 stands for the spoils of victory. They beat the previous record, which was set in 1996. Israel announced that it will retake Palestinian territory due to the recent homicide bombings. This also represents the spoils of victory for Israel as well as the Church, which fought the Lord's battle Spiritually and won. Mission Specialists Franklin Chang-Díaz also became the second person to fly 7 times in space.
Links: | Mission Status |June 9 (Day 160, Sanctification): Mission Specialists Franklin Chang-Díaz and Philippe Perrin completed a 7-hour, 14-minute spacewalk. They installed a Power and Data Grapple fixture onto the P6 Truss, temporarily installed micrometeoroid debris shields, and prepared the Mobile Remote Servicer Base System (MBS) for installation onto the Mobile Transporter.
Today was June 9th, for the Plagues of Egypt. And it was Day 160, for sanctification. This was Flight Day 5, for a giant, such as Baal. The Space Station with the Russian partnership is under the power of Baal.
Links: | Mission Status Report |June 8 (Day 159, Simeon): One of four redundant Control Moment Gyroscopes used in the Space Station's Attitude Control System failed. Flight controllers turned it off and use the remaining three gyros to maintain the station's attitude. From the growling vibrations felt when it failed, it is believed that one of its spin bearings failed. The failure will not affect future operations. A new one will be delivered probably within the next year.
The attitude control gyros perform the same function as the use of Bible Doctrine to perform Z-axis alignment in the Space Time Coordinate System.
Links: | Mission Status |June 7 (Day 158, Levite): Orbiter Endeavour docked with the Space Station 12:25 PM EDT (1625 GMT) over the southern Pacific Ocean. This begins eight days of docked operations.
Links: | Space.Com | Shuttle Status Report | Mission Status |June 5 (Day 156, Dropping): The STS-111 Space Shuttle mission was successfully launch from Kennedy Space Center, Florida under partly cloudy skies at 5:22/49 PM EDT (2122/49 GMT). The successful launch makes Mission Specialist Franklin Chang-Díaz the second human to make seven space flights. He shares the record with Astronaut Jerry Ross, who flew on the previous Shuttle Mission, STS-110.
Links: | Space.Com | Launch Status | Shuttle Status Report |May 30 (Day 150, Cover): The launch attempt for STS-111 was scrubbed at 7:21 PM EDT (2321 GMT) due to thunderstorms and anvil-shaped clouds within the 20-mile limit of the launch and landing area. The anvil-shaped are thunderheads that are dreaded by NASA because they carry electrical charges that can trigger lightening. The next launch attempt for tomorrow was subsequently delayed until no earlier than June 3.
Due to the scrub, two US crew aboard the Space Station, Dan Bursch and Carl Walz, will break the US spaceflight record of 188 days for the longest duration mission. The record is held by Shannon Lucid from her 1996 stay on the Russian space station, Mir.
The STS-111 mission, which is to replace the Expedition 4 crew with the Expedition 5 crew, echoed across the country. In New York, 4 sets of 5 bells were rung in remembrance of the firemen killed in the September 11th terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. And in Oregon 4 of 5 crew aboard a rescue helicopter that crashed were not seriously injured, while the 5th was critically injured. Four of 5 represents 4 of 5 giants that must be defeated in Spiritual warfare. The 4th giant represented by the Expedition 4 crew, is not yet dead.
And sitting aboard the Space Shuttle on the failed launch attempt was Hispanic Astronaut Franklin Chang-Diaz, who is trying to become the second person in history to make 7 space flights. This is related to Hurricane Alma off the coast of Mexico. Chiang-Diaz is originally from Costa Rica. He is also wearing braces, a sign of a teeth fit problem, which is often a sign of a wild child related to the Right Man - Right Woman relationship. Chang-Diaz first flew into space in 1986, for the Arab persecution of the Jew. Today, US ASS (Assistant Secretary of State), William Burns, was down in Egypt in support of a peace plan to defy the Abrahamic Covenant, which the Lord made with the Jews - not the Arabs. The number, 1986, is the meaning of the horse collar of the Expedition 5 patch as explained by Galatians 4:21-31.
Due to the scrub, two US crew aboard the Space Station will break the US spaceflight record of 188 days held by Shannon Lucid from her 1996. This was heralded by tornadoes yesterday in Minnesota. The number, 96, stands for the spoils of victory, which is also associated with the Pacific northwest where the botched mountain climber rescue attempt occurred. The number, 188, stands for blessing. When blessing is surpassed by cursing, it is a sign of going down.
Links: | Space.Com | Launch Status | Shuttle Status Report | Mission Patch | Mission |May 28 (Day 148, Inheritance of Levites): The Launch Countdown for NASA's STS-111 Mission started last night with Launch scheduled for May 30th and launch at 4-8 PM EDT with time to be announced later. The Orbiter Endeavour will deliver the Expedition Five crew and install the Mobile Remote Servicer Base System, the final component of the Canadian Arm. It will be the 14th Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station. The new component will enable the Canadian Arm to "inchworm" from the US Lab fixture to the Canadian Mobile Servicing System (MSS) and travel along the Truss to work sites.
The solar arrays symbolize a bridle; the trusses symbolizes the bits; and the Russian and US flags symbolize the reins. The picture of the atmosphere in relation to the heavens is a portrayal of the second day of re-creation in which God made the atmosphere. This corresponds to the meaning of the year, 2002. The number, 5, stands for a giant, such as Baal. Orbiter Endeavour, OV-105, is flying this mission.
There are 17 stars in the patch, the number for lawlessness. Today 3 Israel teens were murdered by a Palestinian terrorist at Itamar. Two of the teens were age 17. The other was 14. STS-111 is the 14th Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station.
The Launch Countdown began the night of May 27th, for a horn, and Day 147, for peace. The Expedition 5 patch features a horse's collar, for the yoke of slavery of Hagar, which corresponds to the Palestinians in the Middle East peace process.