2021.10.26 14:25 HNKNAChick52 MEOW_IRL
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2021.10.26 14:25 justareallifememe Butter☝️
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2021.10.26 14:25 Brunoxzsad Please help me with my payload
Well, i created a payload(reverse tcp) but when my friend clicks it, nothing happens in my virtual kali linux terminal, but when i try executing the payload in my normal pc, it works. I have no idea why this is happening, so if someone could help me I would appreciate :)
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2021.10.26 14:25 Cocktopus-2_0 Credit to Theshyghy-096
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2021.10.26 14:25 apexmachina Data is data and dark pool data tells you something…see what happens next door. Care and protect AMC from short sellers too 💎🙌🦍
| Interesting that Friday, Monday... darkpool data shows AMC as number 4 in a ranking you may not want to be too 10. The darkpool ranking.|
AMC number 4 in darkpool ranking
Vs my dear symbiote company that used to be top in darkpool rankings and now is outside the top 420.
my symbiote no longer a darkpool darling and just wonder why
I don’t want to write C S or DxxRzvS but just wanted to share data points.
Love to AMC + Buy, hold, protect and repeat.
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2021.10.26 14:25 richardnvien Help Evaluating
My family had recently come across a huge lot of racing cards, booster boxes, and sealed packs of nascar memorabilia from 1989-1996. Does anybody know a company or a professional who can evaluate what we have because it is tens of thousands of complete sets and it’s overwhelming us!
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2021.10.26 14:25 launchin2space Board selector missing Nucleo-F756ZG
I tried refreshing "Check for target selector device database updates" under help menu but still the board Nucleo-F756ZG does not show up in board selector in CubeIDE. But the nucleo 144 board is active and available for purchase. I could manually configure all peripherals but I am a beginner and would like all my peripherals initialized to default. Any solutions?
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2021.10.26 14:25 mogrence Found my old Naga Molten
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2021.10.26 14:25 hoontar2 Max Verstappen - 2021 United States Grand Prix (4096x2730)
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2021.10.26 14:25 Shibuyaart [PC] H: QE25V/TSE90 Laser Rifle, VE250 U-Laser Rifle, FE15C Harpoon W: VE15R/VE25V Laser Rifles. [Have more variety of legacies for trade]
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2021.10.26 14:25 erixxi "Caviar" by CL (song featured on Mnet "Street Woman Fighter") will be released on Oct. 27 at 6 PM KST
Can't find an official source in English, but according to the translator GZBz on Twitter, the songs performed on the finale of Mnet Street Woman Fighter—including "Caviar" by CL—will be released on Oct. 27 at 6 PM KST.
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2021.10.26 14:25 winpickles4life NanoAvionics - The Secret Sauce of ASTS
INTRODUCTION Founded January 1st, 2014, NanoAvionics is a small satellite mission integrator focused on delivering new generation satellite buses and propulsion systems for the satellite applications market. NanoAvionics is a leading manufacturer of cost-efficient and highly reliable nanosatellite (3U / 6U / 12U / 16U) and microsatellite (up to 115kg) buses that have performed a wide range of missions, including remote sensing, advanced communications, and fundamental research. They provide an affordable turnkey solution for organizations looking to design, manufacture, launch, and operate one or more satellites.
Vytenis Buzas is Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder at NanoAvionics. Vytenis holds M.Sc. in Mechatronics from Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania) and B.Sc. in Aeronautical Engineering from Vilnius Gedminas Technical University (Lithuania). He was a head of the first Lithuanian satellite LituanicaSAT-1 mission. Funded by Vilnius University and private sponsors, the satellite was launched on Feb 28, 2014. The satellite was able to be built and launched for as little as 193,000 euro.
After LithuanicaSAT-1, NanoAvionics reduced the space taken up by mandatory components and thereby doubled the space available for commercial use. This attracted interest from potential clients. The first customer was an aviation company from Turkey that purchased NanoAvionics computing and communication systems for its experimental satellite. The second generation satellite was named LithuanicaSat-2 which was 3 times the payload size. This was launched as part of the QB50 mission to study the lower thermosphere, the project involved 50 institutions all over the world each building their CubeSats that were launched into space. The scientific contribution of the LituanicaSAT-2 was to accomplish the molecular Oxygen measurements Flux-Φ-Probe Experiment
The idea to develop a new generation of highly integrated electronic systems with modular design for small satellites gained traction. In 2014, the team won a startup competition organized by Agency of Science, Innovation and Technology of Lithuania and received a pre-seed grant. In March 2015 Practica Capital invested in the team, officially announcing the cooperation in May 2015.
In March 2018 AST&Science, purchased all shares from Practica Capital and made additional investments in NanoAvionics' capital assets. AST&Science became the majority owner with 51% of outstanding stock. This led to the opening of U.S. operations in Midland, Texas in 2019. In October 2020 NanoAvionics expanded into the U.K. at Basingstoke (50 miles/80 km outside Central London).
TECHNOLOGY NanoAvionics provides the frame, key subsystems, and software to create a satellite using their frames. They give the customer the ability to only use the equipment they need to keep their payload in orbit. Most subsystems were developed in-house and all subsystems rated for: temps of -40C - 80C, ration levels 20Krad, and vibration tested.
The development of M6P nano-satellite buses software is happening entirely in-house. Designed to be user friendly and easy to integrate with customer payloads.
Electrical Power System
The NanoAvionics EPS Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) power conditioning and distribution unit, designed to meet a wide variety of customer requirements, with high, (up to 96 %), MPPT and output converter efficiency. The EPS is compatible with different sizes and configurations of solar panels without any additional hardware or software configurations as it is equipped with four MPPT converters with eight solar panel input channels, with a wide range input voltage (2.6 – 18 V) for reliable and flexible power distribution. Each MPPT converter is integrated with Maximum Power Point Tracking capability for high, constant, and efficient energy harvest.
Four output converters, two of which can be voltage configured (3 – 18 V), with ten configurable output channels, allow a high number of subsystems to be connected to the EPS and ensure reliable power distribution due to integrated, hardware and software configurable overcurrent protection features.
NanoAvionics EPS comes with ready to use on-board Lithium-Ion batteries with an integrated Battery Management System (BMS), which help to prolong mission lifetime and ensure appropriate operating conditions. The EPS can also be configured up to 161 Wh battery capacity, for power hungry systems due to external battery pack support. By using an external battery pack EPS can provide up to 175 W of output power.
On-board monitoring and logging features allow the user to easily monitor the EPS operations in all input and output circuits. In the event of an unexpected malfunction occurrence, the EPS watchdog system ensures that the satellite and EPS are rebooted and brought back to reliable, working condition.
Additional support hardware, such as an external battery charger, that comes with the EPS allows the user to quickly and effortlessly set up the system for immediate work. The implemented USB port supports EPS configurations for user friendly operations. An industry approved, decentralized communication interface (CAN) with CSP protocol allows plug-and-play EPS integration to the main network.
The number of output channels can be expanded to up to 18 by using additional EPS output channel expander.
NanoAvionics GaAs (Triple junction GaInP/GaInAs/Ge epitaxial structure) solar arrays are made of high-performance triple junction space grade solar cells that enable missions with high power requirements. These solar cells reach up to 29.5 % efficiency and have an integrated by-pass diode to protect series connected solar cell string from shadowing effects. 36.85 mW/cm2 power generation capacity in LEO (AM0).
SmallSat Propulsion System
NanoAvionics is the first aerospace company ready to offer a high-performance and environment-friendly CubeSat propulsion system, also suitable for small satellites. The system has the potential to unlock massive relaunch savings for satellite operators by an estimated 80%.
The propulsion system is modular in design, permitting integration with multiple present and future small satellite platforms on the market. The system is designed to be easily scaled to optimize for the client mission by adjusting the volume of the tank to accommodate different propellant quantity needs.
This system is fueled with ADN-based monopropellant, which has up to 6% higher specific impulse and 24% higher energy density as compared to the hydrazine employed systems, permitting significant levels of thrust to be stored within a relatively small storage volume. In addition, EPSS allows a high thrust-to-volume-to-weight ratio at a very low power budget requirement making it a very competitive and proven solution, even when compared with the electric (high Isp) propulsion. In addition, ADN-based propellant is “green”, its usage contributes to ESA’s and NASA’s clean space initiatives. The first in-orbit test was performed during LituanicaSAT-2 mission.
NanoAvionics has designed reaction/momentum wheels (RW) which can be ordered as separate components or integral 4 reaction wheels redundant 3-axis control system, enabling precision pointing of the small satellite. Reaction wheels allow the satellite to change orientation by slowing or speeding up each wheel.
SatBus 3C2 is a highly integrated nano-satellite main bus unit containing advanced functionality:
SatBus 3C2 architecture is based on an STM32 H7 series microcontroller with high-performance and low power ARM Cortex™ M7 32-bit core MCU, operating at a frequency of up to 400 MHz. The same M7-core MCU performs OBC and ADCS functions. External flash and F-RAM memories provide reliable storage for telemetry and user data. Various digital interfaces are available for sensor and other CubeSat hardware support.
CubeSat Structural Frame
NanoAvionics CubeSat Standard Structure has been developed as a generic, modular nanosatellite structure compliant with the CubeSat Design Specification. The design created allows CubeSat developers a high level of freedom in their spacecraft configuration. The framework is made from aluminum 7075-T7351, which ensures rigidity, lightweight, no magnetic interference, and durability. Frames have a modular internal layout, compatible with PC/104 stacks. Stacks are mounted on standard mounting rings and can be oriented on any of the three main axes.
The antenna is designed by NanoAvionics’ partner IQ-Wireless for pico- and nano-satellite applications to implement high data rate satellite-to-ground communication. With circular polarization, it provides a robust solution with regards to steering accuracy to the ground station and in case of a random rotation of the satellite.
Launch packages can include:
FUTURE NanoAvionics is growing at about 300% annually. They have stated in the past that they plan to control of 30% of the small satellite market in the U.S. Given the exponential growth in satellite constellations right now, NanoAvionics is well positioned to capitalize on this with their modular approach and fast development times.
NanoAvionics built the satellite for ACS3 for NASA using the 12U bus. The primary objective of the ACS3 technology demonstration is the successful deployment of the composite boom solar sail in low-Earth orbit. After reaching space, the ACS3 spacecraft will deploy its solar power arrays and then begin unfurling its solar sail via four booms that span the diagonals of the square and unspool to reach 7 meters (about 23 feet) in length. Light from the sun (or other source) pushes against the sail to propel the spacecraft instead of using propellant. This dramatically reduces the weight requirements and increases the attainable speed of the spacecraft. This technology is the most likely candidate to explore nearby star systems in our lifetime, but can also be used for solar system exploration, space weather satellites, and asteroid mining.
FINAL THOUGHTS Abel Avellan was smart to acquire NanoAvionics early on. He recognized them as being a world class company quickly producing low cost satellites, which is just what he needed to build the BlueWalker 1 and 3 along with his BlueBird constellation on time and on budget. Studying the history of NanoAvionics you will see a customer focused company, with an ever expanding portfolio of technology, that offers a complete solution from design to orbital flight control offered as an ongoing service. NanoAvionics is an important strategic advantage that gives AST Spacemobile an even larger moat. In addition, many of the IoT constellations are coming to NanoAvionics to test and build their constellations, giving AST additional insight into market trends.
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2021.10.26 14:25 Zealousideal-Ad1319 Any individuals with c3,4,5 injury who would be willing to answer a few questions for my research on mechanical ventilation would really be appreciated
2021.10.26 14:25 Fast-Somewhere-6409 Free OF Leaks
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2021.10.26 14:25 coollamborghini This flame looks fake but is real (nitromethane)
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2021.10.26 14:25 ZacharyC98 Part Two
2021.10.26 14:25 WhyNotGreg How do you behave in front of doctors?
What is your behavior in terms of your knowledge about the brain and your body? Do you avoid sounding like a "Googler" to not press the buttons of difficult doctors? Do you speak freely about stuff? What?
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2021.10.26 14:25 dexboi332 Trying to get in Hoge now... please help
Trying to get into Hoge now -- bought some ETH on coinbase to convert but it has an 8 day pending period before you can move it to your wallet... anyways around this?
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2021.10.26 14:25 AspiringGuitarist07 Because I have the attention span of a goldfish.
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2021.10.26 14:25 IKnowItsTooLoud What are your customer scores? And how do you feel about them?
This isn’t for the sake of bragging or if some stores are bigger assholes than others. I worked at a different store a couple weeks ago where they had told me their customer scores were always 20-25. I thought that they just treated customers like shit until I worked there and found out the customers are probably the most rude, impatient, annoying people I had ever met. I was nothing but nice to everyone and still some were just assholes. So now I tend not to blame the baristas for low customer scores.
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2021.10.26 14:25 XK150 State of Michigan suspends conspiracy theorist township clerk from managing local elections
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2021.10.26 14:25 Mayo-on-a-stick Ew so annoying for inheritance
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2021.10.26 14:25 professorwoky CC’s, FullZ’s, Methods 25 hit me asap🥷🏾
2021.10.26 14:25 Iamhimtheoneandonly EXPERIENCED SMOKERS ONLY PLZ
Every single review I see on here about carts is about the taste im getting pissed off like bro the last thing on my mind is the taste mfs tryna get baked over here. I've seen some of the hardest hitting carts on the market get talked down on just because ppl didn't like the "taste". So what im saying is, can somebody tell me which carts actually hit and get you baked ? Idc if it tastes like fresh fruit or bootyhole I wanna know if it hits you nicely. .My top 3 rn that hit are greybeard, generaladmission live resin, Ambr gelato. Anybody got any suggestions?
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2021.10.26 14:25 Coolen_jip Meme
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