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The bureau in charge of designing the freighter was TsKBEM (now RKK Energia ). They began work on the design in mid-1973, assigning Progress the index 11F615A15. The design was complete by February 1974, and the first production model was ready for launch in November 1977. Progress 1 launched on 20 January 1978 aboard the same rocket used to launch the Soyuz. It still featured the same launch shroud as the Soyuz, though this was purely for aerodynamic purposes as the launch escape system had been deactivated.

This first version of Progress had a mass of 7,020kg and carried 2,300kg of cargo, or 30% of its launch mass . It had the same diameter as the Soyuz at 2.2 metres, but was 8 metres in length—slightly longer. The autonomous flight time was 3 days, the same time as that of the Soyuz ferry. It could spend one month docked. Progress always docked to the aft port of the station it was resupplying (the aft being where the main rocket engines of the station and their tankage, for refueling by the Progress, are located).

Main article: Progress-M
Progress-M logistics resupply spacecraft.

The upgraded Progress M (: 11F615A55, manufacturer's designation: 7K-TGM) was first launched in August 1989. The first 43 flights all went to ; following Mir's re-entry, Progress was used as the resupply vehicle for the International Space Station . As of August 2014, there have been 56 flights to the ISS and more are scheduled. [4]

The Progress M is essentially the same spacecraft as the Progress, but it features improvements based on the Soyuz T and TM designs. It can spend up to 30 days in autonomous flight and is able to carry 100kg more. Also, unlike the old Progress crafts, it can return items to Earth. This is accomplished by using the Raduga capsule, which can carry up to 150kg of cargo. It is 1.5 m long and 60cm in diameter and has a " dry mass " of 350kg. Progress M can also dock to the forward port of the station and still transfer fuel. It uses the same rendezvous system as the Soyuz, and it features solar panels for the first time.

Main article: Progress-M

A new modification of the Progress spacecraft, with new TsVM-101 digital flight computer and MBITS digital telemetry system, Black Pu Button Skirt S / BLACK I Saw It First Outlet Ebay Buy Cheap Visa Payment Ibn7pe8wj
was first launched on 26 November 2008, at 12:38 UTC from the Kazakhstan's Baikonur Cosmodrome spaceport aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket. The first spacecraft of this series was Progress M-01M .

The spacecraft belongs to the so-called 400 series (: 11F615A60), and all modifications applied to it were subsequently used in the production of new Soyuz-TMA-M [6] manned spacecraft.

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Since July 2016, I’ve been living a blissful LELO-less existence. I was convinced I’d never be in possession of one of their products ever again. Sure, I’d see them annoyingly line the shelves of sex shops and I’d still tell anyone who’d listen that they top my list of unethical sex toy companies, but LELO in MY hands? Ha! That’s a funny joke.

That is, until, a handful of HEX condoms—perhaps LELO’s most heinous, egregious, disgustingly misogynistic product—fell into my lap at a conference. And not just any HEX condoms, no—specifically their RESPECT XL range.

Hold on. Respect WHO, you may be wondering? Why, respect the man who wears it, of course. Any phrase flagrantly displayed on a massive ice sculpture and printed on the base of all of LELO’s HEX condoms is obviously about penises. Did you think this was about respecting all sexual partners involved? Perhaps a nod to consent or feminism? That’s cute.

And don’t forget, people with EXTRA LARGE penises deserve EXTRA LARGE respect! You really can’t escape it now—it’s printed right here on this garish box. What a lovely, inclusive message for the masses.

Anyhow. Back to my story. I’m writing this introduction on a plane, so thankfully the Misogynistic Condoms™ are six feet under. Oh, sorry, did you think I’d buried them? No, no. (Although I wouldn’t put it past me. Good thinking, reader.) They’re just stowed away in baggage. I couldn’t bear to bring them in my carry-on for fear they’d jump out of my purse and start lecturing fellow passengers about how important they are.

So, there I was, with a box of HEX in my hand. I had two options: I could chuck them in the bin, or I could use this ironic, unexpected moment for educational benefit and have a bit of fun along the way. I’m choosing the latter.

If you didn’t already know, LELO’s HEX condoms are incredibly structurally inept. Unlike a traditional condom, HEX is comprised of a plethora of—you guessed it—tiny hexagons. If you prick, tear, or otherwise break a traditional condom, it’s usually obvious, allowing you to make informed decisions afterwards (like accessing Plan B or PeP). If you prick, tear, or otherwise break HEX, only the affected hexagon(s) is compromised. You may not notice one broken hexagon—rendering HEX as a safer sex device utterly useless. Dangerous, even. For more on HEX’s structural issues, Lorax of Sex lays it out well .

The cherry on the top of this condom roulette sundae is LELO’s decision to hire Charlie Sheen as the official spokesperson for HEX . This has nothing to do with the condom’s structural issues, but it has everything to do with sex toy company ethics. I’d like to think “not hiring abusers” could be a baseline ethical standard in this industry, but apparently not.

Captioning is modulated and stored differently in and SECAM 625 line 25 frame countries, where teletext is used rather than in EIA-608 , but the methods of preparation and the line 21 field used are similar. For home Betamax and videotapes, a shift down of this line 21 field must be done due to the greater number of VBI lines used in 625 line PAL countries, though only a small minority of European PAL VHS machines support this (or any) format for closed caption recording. Like all teletext fields, teletext captions can't be stored by a standard 625 line VHS recorder (due to the lack of field shifting support); they are available on all professional S-VHS recordings due to all fields being recorded. Recorded Teletext caption fields also suffer from a higher number of caption errors due to increased number of bits and a low , especially on low-bandwidth VHS. This is why Teletext captions used to be stored separately on floppy disk to the analogue master tape. DVDs have their own system for subtitles and/or captions that is digitally inserted in the data stream and encoded on playback in video field lines.

For older televisions, a set-top box or other decoder is usually required. In the US, since the passage of the Television Decoder Circuitry Act, manufacturers of most television receivers sold have been required to include closed captioning display capability. High-definition TV sets, receivers, and tuner cards are also covered, though the technical specifications are different (high-definition display screens, as opposed to high-definition TVs, may lack captioning). Canada has no similar law but receives the same sets as the US in most cases.

During transmission, single byte errors can be replaced by a white space which can appear at the beginning of the program. More byte errors during EIA-608 transmission can affect the screen momentarily, by defaulting to a real-time mode such as the "roll up" style, type random letters on screen, and then revert to normal. Uncorrectable byte errors within the teletext page header will cause whole captions to be dropped. EIA-608, due to using only two characters per video frame, sends these captions ahead of time storing them in a second buffer awaiting a command to display them; Teletext sends these in real-time.

The use of capitalization varies among caption providers. Most caption providers capitalize all words while others such as WGBH and non-US providers prefer to use mixed-case letters.

There are two main styles of line 21 closed captioning:

A still frame showing simulated closed captioning in the pop-on style

Access Services and Red Bee Media for BBC and Australia example:

UK IMS for ITV and Sky example:

US WGBH Access Services example:

US National Captioning Institute example:

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