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  1. Crew Challenge 133 – Racing Cheetahs

    You don't need to apologize. Get real. lol.
  2. Crew Challenge 133 – Racing Cheetahs

    I'm in. I own both Cheetahs. (Sorry future teammate, I promise to try my f'en best though). Since I'll be the weaker driver, I will let my teammate decide what car he or she prefers.
  3. ps4 Two Brothers Playlist (Omar & Pete)

    Yeah about that. Sorry the slo-mo extended the punishment. Played the same map the other day and all i did was die and also let the timer run out letting the rpg team win.
  4. planning WCC Racing

    Schedule this on Fridays or Saturdays and I'll join as it would start 2am my time and as long as I don't have to work the next day, I'm in. I wont have a mic so hopefully one won't be necessary, plus you dont need to hear my voice when you carry it in your hearts. hahahahaha wooooooooooooo! Speaking of Woooooooooooo, How's Ric Flair doing by the way?
  5. ps4 mixed playlist

    I like watching crew member videos and streams. Especially when the wife is watching her TV shows in the same room. She'll lock up the tv with some reality show and ill bust out the computer and watch viddis. Someone once asked me, why do I post videos of my race wins when there is nothing special in them and the answer is, if you knew how much i sucked at racing in this game, you would record as many wins as possible. lol. I started my channel just to privately review my DM performances and see how I could avoid deaths , etc.
  6. ps4 mixed playlist

    Just want to make sure I've subscribed and if you're active on it, I want to make sure I set my notification on.
  7. ps4 mixed playlist

    hahaha....i know it can be tricky. Then you have people like me that think Euro and UK time are the same. That is why using one main timezone like UTC is best. Sadly the pl is at 3pm my time which means i'll still be at work. Maha do you upload to Youtube?
  8. Thinking about starting a club one of these days so just want to see how it works and all. Cassini Saturn Mission I remember the day in 1997, i was at my corporate job when I heard the probe was launching. I knew if the mission was a success it would be amazing. Thankfully 20 years later it's still going but will be put down next month and i feel like i'm saying bye to an old friend. Here are some facts: Cassini Orbiter Weight: 12,593 pounds (5,712 kg) with fuel, Huygens probe, adapter, etc; 4,685 pounds (2,125 kg) unfueled orbiter alone Orbiter science instruments: composite infrared spectrometer, imaging system, ultraviolet imaging spectrograph, visual and infrared mapping spectrometer, imaging radar, radio science, plasma spectrometer, cosmic dust analyzer, ion and neutral mass spectrometer, magnetometer, magnetospheric imaging instrument, radio and plasma wave science Power: 885 watts (603 watts at end of mission) from radioisotope thermoelectric generators Huygens Probe Dimensions: 8.9 feet (2.7 meters) in diameter Weight: 705 pounds (320 kg) Probe science instruments: aerosol collector pyrolyser, descent imager and spectral radiometer, Doppler wind experiment, gas chromatograph and mass spectrometer, atmospheric structure instrument, surface science package Huygens Probe Titan Release: Dec. 24, 2004 Huygens Probe Titan Descent: Jan. 14, 2005 Huygens' Entry Speed into Titan's Atmosphere: about 12,400 mph (20,000 kph) Mission Launch vehicle: Titan IVB/ Centaur Weight: 2.2 million pounds (1 million kg) Launch: Oct. 15, 1997, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. Earth-Saturn distance at arrival: 934 million miles (1.5 billion km) (10 times Earth to Sun distance) Distance traveled to reach Saturn: 2.2 billion miles (3.5 billion km) Saturn's average distance from Earth: 890 million miles (1.43 billion km) One-way Speed-of-Light Time from Saturn to Earth at Cassini Arrival: 84 minutes One-way Speed-of-Light Time from Saturn to Earth During Orbital Tour: 67 to 85 minutes Venus Fybys: April 26, 1998 at 176 miles (234 km); June 24, 1999 at 370 miles (600 km) Earth Flyby: Aug. 18, 1999 at 727 miles (1,171 km) Jupiter flyby: Dec. 30, 2000 at 6 million miles (10 million km) (closest approach 5:12 a.m. EST) Saturn Arrival Date: July 1, 2004, UTC (June 30, 2004 PDT) Primary Mission: 4 years Two Extended Missions: Equinox (2008-2010) and Solstice (2010-2017) Program Partners: NASA, European Space Agency (ESA), Italian space agency Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI); total of 17 countries involved U.S. states in which Cassini work was carried out: 33 Number of people who worked on some portion of Cassini-Huygens: More than 5,000 Cost of mission: $1.422 billion pre-launch development; $710 million mission operations; $54 million tracking; $422 million launch vehicle; $500 million ESA; $160 million ASI; total about $3.27 billion, of which U.S. contribution is $2.6 billion and European partners' contribution $660 million The final chapter in a remarkable mission of exploration and discovery, Cassini's Grand Finale is in many ways like a brand new mission. Twenty-two times, NASA's Cassini spacecraft will dive through the unexplored space between Saturn and its rings. What we learn from these ultra-close passes over the planet could be some of the most exciting revelations ever returned by the long-lived spacecraft. The video abovetells the story of Cassini's final, daring assignment and looks back at what the mission has accomplished. “With this flyby we’re committed to the Grand Finale,” Earl Maize, Cassini project manager at JPL, said in a press release. “The spacecraft is now on a ballistic path, so that even if we were to forgo future small course adjustments using thrusters, we would still enter Saturn’s atmosphere on Sept. 15 no matter what.” Cassini will be out of contact during the dive, but will make radio contact with Earth the next day, when scientists expect the images and data to start coming in.
  9. ps4 mixed playlist

    Not to be an a-hole but could you use the UTC thing, it's easier for suckas like me to convert to EST (especially while sneaking into the forums while at work). Thanks.
  10. Vote for Snapmatic Photo Jun-Aug

    I'm pretty sure the psycho photographer appreciates you calling his Biker Pile, artsy.
  11. Vote for Snapmatic Photo Jun-Aug

    So hard to vote. It was between two and they both shared the same qualities to why I liked both.
  12. ps4 XDBX Football League (Zadk)

    No worries my brother. I'll drop you a line later tonight if you are available we can get the match up going. Sorry to hear Zad left the crew. I thought XDBX FIFA would become a great tournament. I wish I had a bigger passion for the game or i would host the tournament from the start again, replays allowed. lol.
  13. ps4 No SRL/No SnG? WTF

    Okay @Lann forget what i said before, I re-watched this battle against randoms from May 2016, an 8v6 on that map and i thought there were more spawn kills, so i think it would be okay for the Clash, but you should get some runs in it for yourself. I finished 4th and went 25-18.

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