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10 Great tips to help gamers start their adventures in Empyrion. Each tips is imple and quick and will help that player level quickly, survive with food, avoid drones, and help them to get blast through the space race in no time. Gaining level 10 is no problem and can be done in under 2 hours with these tips and tricks. Once at level 10, spawning an HV is simple and modifying it to be a mighty tool.
9 May 2018
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Classic Game Room reviews SPACE RACE Pinball Machine from 1977! This CGR review of Space Race pinball machine has gameplay from the classic, old school Space Race pinball arcade machine with 70's style, spacey graphics and cool visuals like a B-Movie sci fi classic.
15 Jul 2012
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Looney Tunes: Space Race review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Looney Tunes: Space Race for the PlayStation 2 developed and published by Infogrames. Combining the hovercraft racing of F-Zero with the item-driven chaos of Mario Kart, Looney Tunes: Space Race is a racing game featuring characters from the classic Warner Bros. cartoons. Race as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and more! Originally released for the Dreamcast, Foghorn Leghorn calls the action as players race through wacky environments and use famously reliable Acme products to their advantage. This video review features video gameplay footage of Looney Tunes: Space Race for the PlayStation 2 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
16 Mar 2013
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The Space Race is back on... But this time it doesn't involve the US or Russia. This is your SpacePod for October 11th, 2010 We're back! Maybe we should take a break more often. While Spacevidcast was on hiatus we found an exoplanet that could be earth like, Discovery rolled out to the pad, and China launched a lunar probe. Yup, China's going to the moon. Er... I mean they are already there. On October 1st The China National Space Administration launched Chang'e 2 aboard a Long March 3C rocket. Once in space the satellite would do a pretty direct beline to the moon and is the first time the Chinese space program has put a satellite in to earth-moon transfer orbit without having to circle the Earth first. This of course meant that the vehicle had quite a bit of oomph when reaching the moon and it would need to successfully carry out 3 braking maneuvers to get in to a stable lunar orbit. On Saturday, October 9th that's exactly what it did as it successfully carried out the third and final braking maneuver putting Chang'e 2 in to a 100km high position above Luna. Now that China has their second satellite around the moon they will carry out recon for their next phase of the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program. Chang'e 2 is the last craft in phase 1 then Phase 2 will have Chang'e 3 which will put lunar rovers on the moon some time around 2013. Phase 3 will continue building upon their previous missions with Chang'e 4 automating the return of lunar soil back to Earth some time around 2017. What does all of this add up to? Well China is looking to put humans on the moon some time around 2025. But hang on! This space race can't just have one contestant! India is not going to let China beat them to the punch! The Indian Space Research Organization has targeted 2020 as the date that they want to put humans back on the moon. Back in 2008 India had a successful unmanned lunar mission with Chandrayaan-1 and in 2013 they are looking to expand on that success with Chandrayaan-2. This is all great news! We'll be watching with baited breath to see who really puts humans back on the moon first: China, India or maybe a possible third as of yet unknown variable such as SpaceX or Armadillo or Masten Space Systems. Who knows, but it sure is fun to watch! For now we'll just wait for some of the high-resolution imagery from Chang'e 2 to come back. China will be taking a close look at the lava-flooded Bay of Rainbows as that could be a possible landing site for Chang'e 3. And by the way... Does anyone else want to hit a big red button to launch a giant rocket? I know I do!
26 May 2013
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22 Jul 2008
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The Amazing Race! Two competitive Astronauts get mixed up in a race to prove who has the fastest rocket ship. They meet a really strange cast of characters along the way and end up in an unexpected place!
14 Jun 2012
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Meet King Joe is a classic animated capitalist propaganda film from the 1940s. The agenda is convincing discontented workers of the time that American business was the best in the world and because of it, American workers were “king” of all the workers. As evidence of this, the film touts American factory machinery as being so efficient that American workers create the best products at the lowest prices, which allows them to stretch their wage farther in the marketplace. American workers also have the shortest working hours (also due to the wondrous machinery). The main character and narrator of the film, Joe, a worker in overalls, spouts bizarre statistics such as Americans own 92% of the world’s bathtubs and almost every refrigerator ever made, in order to prove the point that American workers can afford a higher standard of living than those in any other country. Joe is shown sitting on top of a machine that spits out cars, televisions, and washing machines with no help from him or any other workers, something that seems vaguely insulting to the very workers for which this film was intended. Overflowing with irony, Meet King Joe is a special relic of a different time in American history.
22 Aug 2008
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19 seconds of a US satellite-carrying rocket exploding on the launch pad upon liftoff. A fiery demise to a space project before it ever gets off the ground. This is a low-resolution sample. Watermark does not appear on master footage. For an instant and inexpensive full screen/full resolution download of this and other historic stock footage and newsreels visit *******www.PublicDomainFootage****. All material public domain and royalty-free saving you hundreds and even thousands. Total buyouts. No licensing hassles. Lowest rates on newsreels, archival stock footage and contemporary stock footage packages. Everything from the historical to the hysterical. If we don't have it we'll personally search the National Archives for you.
24 Aug 2010
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The OECD released its annual international standardized test rankings. China came out on top, while the U.S. was classed as "below average."
10 Dec 2010
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Take a musical journey into space. Picture yourself as an astronaut being driven to the launch pad; taking the elevator to the top. Then crossing the catwalk to your ship. The hatch is sealed and you're left alone with your thoughts. The engines rumble to life and in seconds you are hurtling out in to space, out "Into The Unknown"
11 Apr 2013
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Historic movie taken from rocket as it goes from the ground into space. Original soundtrack. On Oct. 24, 1946, a Nazi designed V-2 rocket launched from White Sands Missile Range, in New Mexico, USA. Its 35mm movie camera recorded its ascent by snapping a new frame every second and a half. The rocket reached an altitude of 64.94 miles (103.67 kilometers). Then, as planned, it fell back to Earth at 500 feet per second and slammed into the ground. The metal cassette which held the film remained intact. The launch was made possible because the US military and intelligence services had smuggled hundreds of Nazi scientists into the country in an project codenamed 'Operation Paperclip.' At the time, the Russians were also grabbing up as many Nazi scientists as they could. It was the beginning of the space race. Some of the German scientist gained recognition and honors in America until their pasts were discovered. See Operation Paperclip at Wikipedia. I believe that the camera on the V-2 was pointing NE, and that the main mountain range you see in the video is the Tularosa Mountains.All the best video at www.sumo.tv Historic movie taken from rocket as it goes from the ground into space. Original soundtrack. On Oct. 24, 1946, a Nazi designed V-2 rocket launched from White Sands Missile Range, in New Mexico, USA. Its 35mm movie camera recorded its ascent by snapping a new frame every second and a half. The rocket reached an altitude of 64.94 miles (103.67 kilometers). Then, as planned, it fell back to Earth at 500 feet per second and slammed into the ground. The metal cassette which held the film remained intact. The launch was made possible because the US military and intelligence services had smuggled hundreds of Nazi scientists into the country in an project codenamed 'Operation Paperclip.' At the time, the Russians were also grabbing up as many Nazi scientists as they could. It was the beginning of the space race. Some of the German scientist gained recognition and honors in America until their pasts were discovered. See Operation Paperclip at Wikipedia. I believe that the camera on the V-2 was pointing NE, and that the main mountain range you see in the video is the Tularosa Mountains.
6 Oct 2007
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It's the Gnooze! (the G is silent) Candidates beat predictions in the New Hampshire primary, peace talks in the Middle East as Bush comes to town, and China makes strides in the space race. Marta Costello hosts the Gnooze - today's top stories in about 3 minutes. Music by Pistol Youth: www.facebook****/profile.php?id=19522968720
9 Jan 2008
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