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NASA STS-112 Mission

NASA STS-112 Mission Patch

Landing
Docking | Launch | Launch Countdown

Landing

NASA STS-112 Landing, 10-18-02, 1543 GMT

Landing

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October 18 (Day 291, Coup de Grace):  The STS-112 Mission came to a close as the Orbiter Atlantis landed safely at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida under clear skies.  Landing times were:
  1. Main gear touchdown:  11:43/40 AM EDT (1543/40 GMT) ); Mission Elapsed Time (MET) - 10 days, 19 hours, 57 minutes and 49 seconds.
  2. Nose gear touchdown:  11:43/48 EDT (1543/48 GMT); MET - 10 days, 19 hours, 57 minutes and 57 seconds.
  3. Wheel stop: 11:44/35 EDT (1544/35 GMT); MET - 10 days 19 hours, 58 minutes and 44 seconds.

Conclusion

Landing of the STS-112 Mission was on October 18th, for a pillar, which represents maximum historical impact.  The S1 Truss, which was installed on the mission, represented a pillar.  It was Day 291, for a coup de grace.  Main gear touchdown was at 1143/40 AM EDT, where 43 stands for fulfillment and 40 is for maximum divine discipline.

Mission Elapsed Time was 10 days, 19 hours, 57 minutes, and 49 seconds.  These numbers correspond to current events.  The number, 10, for the Laws of Establishment, corresponds to the 10 days associated with Governor Bush's visit to New Smyrna Beach yesterday and the incarceration of his daughter for 10 days.  The number, 19, is for the federal judiciary, which corresponds to Congressional authorization on October 11th for Bush to wage war with Iraq.  The number, 57, stands for Zebulun and Florida.  And 49 is for the length of time before Pentecost, or the Church.

Docking

Docking

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October 9 Day 282, Historical Breakpoint):  The Orbiter Atlantis successfully docked with the Space Station at 11:17 AM EDT (1517 GMT).  STS-112 astronauts entered the Space Station for the first time at 12:51 PM EDT (1651 GMT).

Conclusion

Docking was on October 9th, for the Plagues of Egypt. It was Day 282, for a breakpoint in history.  This is not good.  Docking was at 11:17 AM EDT, where 17 is for lawlessness.  The astronauts entered the Space Station at 12:51 PM EDT, where 51 is for arrogance.  Launch was at 1945/51 GMT, where 51 was also associated with arrogance.  Arrogance is not part of the blessing of God.

Launch

NASA STS-112 Launch, 10-7-02, 1545 GMT

Launch

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October 7 (Day 280, Cosmic Stronghold):  The Space Shuttle STS-112 Mission was successfully launched from Kennedy Space Center Florida at 3:45/51 PM EDT (1945/51 GMT) under partly cloudy skies.  There were no major problems in the final Countdown.

Conclusion

STS-112 was launched on October 7th, for the completion of a category. It has been 4 months since the last launch due to cracks that were discovered in hydrogen lines.  It was Day 280, for a cosmic stronghold.  Launch was at 3:45/51 PM EDT, where 45 stands for victory over the stronghold, and 51 is for arrogance.  Arrogance offsets blessing and puts the launch in the category of cursing.

Launch Countdown

Launch Countdown

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October 7 (Day 280, Cosmic Stronghold):  The Launch Countdown for NASA's STS-112 Mission is underway with Launch scheduled for October 7th and launch at 3:46 PM EDT.  The Orbiter Atlantis, OV-104, will deliver the the S1 (S-One) Truss. The crew will perform three spacewalks to attach and activate it.  This will be the 15th Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station.

Launch was delayed a week due to Hurricane Lili, which threatened the Texas coast.

Mission Patch

The STS-112 Mission patch features an arc, or broken circle, with a loop at one end, a star on the left, and a star at the top end of the arc.  The loop on the right end of the arc in the patch corresponds to Tropical Storm Kyle, which is in the Atlantic and has looped back on itself.  A loop represents a criminal.  The arc represents the tornadoes that struck Louisiana on October 4th  conjunction with Hurricane Lili.  Louisiana is in the region of Simeon criminality.  And the star on the left side of the arc represents Hurricane Lili, which passed along the left side of an arc of tornadoes in Louisiana.  Sean O'Keefe, the NASA Administrator, is from Louisiana.

Hurricane Lili, represented by the arc, forced the delay of the first NASA launch in 4 months.  The delay was due to Houston's fear of the hurricane.  Lili struck Louisiana, however, the home of Sean O'Keefe.  O'Keefe is an accountant who is trying to manage NASA's budget after Houston management squandered the budget on Space Station under the Clinton Administration.  As O'Keefe was hacking NASA's budget, two hurricanes in a row hit Louisiana.  On September 17th, a new Launch Processing System project was canceled at Kennedy Space Center.

The number, 112, stands for the witness of authority.

Conclusion

The STS-112 Mission will deliver and install the S1 Truss for the Space Station.  The number, 112, stands for the witness of authority.  The Mission patch features the arc of tornadoes over Louisiana from Hurricane Lili, and the criminal loop of Tropical Storm Kyle.  The patch stands for a broken covenant.  This refers to the Abrahamic Covenant, since Lili is from the Hebrew 'Elisheba`, which means oath of God (Exodus 6:23).  The Abrahamic Covenant was an oath of God.  It was an unconditional covenant, which God made with Himself.  The broken covenant does not mean that God will break His covenant.  It means that man has rejected God's Covenant.  The Bush Administration has rejected the Abrahamic Covenant in it decision to give the Palestinians a state on Israel's land.

Author:  Larry Wood