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Friday, October 13, 2017

Insomniac-Net ANSWERS -- Friday[41], Oct 13, 2017 [ B-C-A ]

Insomniac-Net ANSWERS -- Friday[41], Oct 13, 2017 [ B - C - A ]
Tonight's Topic: Sputnik I
ANSWERS = [ B - C - A ]
Rated: TV-PG
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    Sputnik 1 was launched on October 4, 1957.
    The first of these spacecraft, Sputnik 1, was the first artificial satellite ever to be launched into orbit, effectively starting the "Space Race" between the United States and the Soviet Union.
    Accordingly, we offer for your approval, 3 Questions about Sputnik I?
    Please choose your answers from any of the 3 (reuseable) Answers of "A", "B", or "C" (if applicable!) for each of the questions.  
    Good Luck and remember, YOU are always a WINNER with us, regardless of your actual answers!

=================
++ Sputnik I ++
Question #1: What does the Russian word "sputnik" mean [++ Tricky ++]?
        A. "Satellite", or
        B. "Something that is traveling with a traveler",
        C. "False Moon".

Shortly after its launch, the New York Times explained that the literal translation of "sputnik" is "something that is traveling with a traveler."
Additionally, "the traveler is the earth, traveling through space, and the companion 'traveling with' it is the satellite."
[SOURCE: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Sputnik ]
Question #2: How many artifical satellites were in the Russian Sputnik Program?
        A. One, or
        B. Two, or
        C. Five.

            https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-k2PraH-Vknk/WeH1mO2ymdI/AAAAAAAAD18/i20wKk8NmXQl095ZAN-JO2j1r9x_PPusgCLcBGAs/s1600/3%2BSputnik_panel.jpg
The Sputnik Program was a series of five space missions launched by the Soviet Union in the late 1950s.
There are a variety of other classes of Soviet spacecraft that are referred to as "Sputniks" by Americans, however only the first five were part of the Soviet Sputnik Program....
    [SOURCE: The Sputnik Program, History 135 ]
Question #3: The Russian Rocket Scientists designed Sputnik 1 to broadcast a beep on 20 and 40 MHz frequencies to be received both by scientists and amateur radio operators worldwide. True or False?
        A. True, or
        B. False.

    Sputnik 1 was launched on October 4, 1957.
    The satellite was 23 inches in diameter and weighed approximately 184 lb.  Each of its elliptical orbits around the Earth took about 96 minutes.
    Set up to broadcast a beep on 20 and 40 MHz frequencies, its signal was received both by scientists and amateur radio operators worldwide for 22 days until October 26, 1957 when the onboard batteries ran out of charge.
    Sputnik 1 was also outfitted with instruments to measure the density of the Earth's atmosphere.
    Calculations based on the last signals received from the satellite and the degradation of its orbit project that Sputnik 1 burned into the atmosphere on January 4, 1958.
    Some evidence indicates that parts of the spacecraft survived re-entry.

             [SOURCE: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Sputnik ]
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++ 2ND & 3RD SPACE DOGS OF THE DAY ++
           
https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-F0gNIem0uVo/WeHwkQ_1ulI/AAAAAAAAD1U/dDPzTfR4u440erPunbo5EhqQldzCMENlACLcBGAs/s1600/BelkaStrelka_New%255Bpravda.ru%255D.jpg

Sputnik 5 was launched on August 19, 1960, the first space flight that actually returned living creatures back from space, unharmed. Doing further research on the habitability of space for humans, Sputnik 5 carried two dogs, Belka and Strelka, two rats, forty mice, various plants and a human mannequin "Ivan Ivanovich". Sputnik 5 weighed 10,141 pounds, and returned to the Earth after one day of orbiting on August 20, 1960.
        [SOURCE: The Sputnik Program, History 135 ]
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Blog: Insomniac-Net ANSWERS -- Friday[41], Oct 13, 2017 
INS2017[41]-10-06    2017-286
Posted 2017-10-14 -4:45PT
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Posted by K7LWA.INS at 2017-10-14 04:45 PT USA


Insomniac-Net Questions -- Friday[41], Oct 13, 2017

Insomniac-Net Questions -- Friday[41], Oct 13, 2017
Tonight's Topic: Sputnik I
Rated: TV-PG
    Good morning/evening, everybody! Thank you for joining us tonight.
    We hope you'll discover something interesting during the time we spend together on the Insomniac Net for the next 90+ minutes.
        -- The ever-delightful Shelley [KF7TBA] and just plain old LW [K7LWA] (email K7LWA.INS@gmail.com).
    (Please Note: The Net Controller's Answers are always CORRECT (even if they aren't every time!)
    Please check out Winsystem's Insomniac Trivia Net page.
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=================
    Sputnik 1 was launched on October 4, 1957.
    The first of these spacecraft, Sputnik 1, was the first artificial satellite ever to be launched into orbit, effectively starting the "Space Race" between the United States and the Soviet Union.
    Accordingly, we offer for your approval, 3 Questions about Sputnik I?
    Please choose your answers from any of the 3 (reuseable) Answers of "A", "B", or "C" (if applicable!) for each of the questions.  
    Good Luck and remember, YOU are always a WINNER with us, regardless of your actual answers!

=================
++ Sputnik I ++
Question #1: What does the Russian word "sputnik" mean [++ Tricky ++]?
        A. "Satellite", or
        B. "Something that is traveling with a traveler",
        C. "False Moon".

Question #2: How many artifical satellites were in the Russian Sputnik Program?
        A. One, or
        B. Two, or
        C. Five.

Question #3: The Russian Rocket Scientists designed Sputnik 1 to broadcast a beep on 20 and 40 MHz frequencies to be received both by scientists and amateur radio operators worldwide. True or False?
        A. True, or
        B. False.
            [SOURCE: TBA]
        https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-8XZDZwhU4XE/WeGgRrgdtmI/AAAAAAAAD04/HlnZbOJPicgIKOwrAnS61EkcJDvsjru1QCLcBGAs/s1600/Laika.jpg
=================
++ 1ST SPACE DOG OF THE DAY ++
        "Sputnik II was launched on Nov. 3, 1957, carrying the first living thing into space: a dog named Laika. This satellite was six times as heavy as the first, coming in at over 1,100 pounds. Unfortunately, there was no plan in place to get the dog safely back to Earth, and it died in space."

             [SOURCE: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Sputnik ]

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 Insomniac-Net Questions -- Friday[41], Oct 13, 2017
Posted 2017-10-13 22:45PT
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Posted by K7LWA.INS at 2017-10-13 20:00 PT USA


Friday, October 6, 2017

Insomniac-Net ANSWERS -- Friday[40], Oct 06, 2017 - Twain Time [ C - B - C ]

Insomniac-Net ANSWERS -- Friday[40], Oct 06, 2017 [ C - B - C ]
Tonight's Topic: Twain Time
ANSWERS = [ C - B - C ]
Rated: TV-PG
    Good morning/evening, everybody! Thank you for joining us last night.
    We hope you discovered something interesting during the time we spent together on the Insomniac Net last night.
        -- The ever-delightful Shelley [KF7TBA] and just plain old LW [K7LWA] (email K7LWA.INS@gmail.com).
    (Please Note: The Net Controller's Answers are always CORRECT (even if they aren't every time!)
    Please check out Winsystem's Insomniac Trivia Net page.
    You can get these Questions & Answers at the Yahoo-groups' Messages Link.
=================
    The name Mark Twain is a pseudonym (and "pen name") of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910).
    He was a famous American journalist, novelist, and witty humorist.
    Twain wrote popular travel accounts and American boyhood adventure stories, like The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885).
    Accordingly, we offer for your approval, 3 Questions in the form of "Fill-in the Blank Quotes" by Mark Twain?
    Please choose your answers from any of the 3 (reuseable) Answers of "A", "B", or "C" (if applicable!) for each of the questions.  
    Good Luck and remember, YOU are always a WINNER with us, regardless of your actual answers!

=================
++ Twain Time ++
Question #1: "Familiarity breeds ________."
        A. A lot of trouble, or
        B. Beautiful thoughts, or
        C. Children.

            "Familiarity breeds children." [Source: Book 4, #558]
Question #2: "Few things are harder to put up than a good ________."
        A. Appearance, or
        B. Example, or
        C. Jar of strawberry preserves.

            "Few things are harder to put up than a good example." [Source: Book 2, #524]
Question #3: "It's easier to stay out than get ________."
        A. Admitted, or
        B. Beaten up, or,
        C. Out.

               "It's easier to stay out than get out." [Source: Book 1, #412]
          https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-EyieO3lUd-E/WdgtBpwJ5uI/AAAAAAAAD0Y/dsGejyed6DYzNIxYLz8KBKbT9rknMWLxgCLcBGAs/s1600/SOURCE_INS2017%255B40%255D-10-06_Twain.jpg https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-WrZ7f7gkb00/WdgtCQApSzI/AAAAAAAAD0o/1SLOxje8qhU2j67PXPOzZ9oPrqnS-oOQACLcBGAs/s1600/o-MARK-TWAIN-facebook.jpg
          [SOURCE: Robert Byrne: The 2,548 Best Things Anybody Ever Said ](blog)]
=================
++ QUOTES OF THE DAY ++ by Mark Twain (1835-1910)
        "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow."
[Source: Book 3, #595]
        "Water, taken in moderation, cannot hurt anybody."
[Source: Book 2, #137]
        "To eat is human, / To digest divine."
[Source: Book 2, #269]
        "Most writers regard the truth as their most valuable possession, and therefore are most economical in its use."
[Source: Book 2, #354]
        "If you tell the truth you don't have to remember anything."
[Source: Book 2, #510]
=================
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================
Thank you!
Shelley [KF7TBA] & LW [K7LWA]
================
INS2017[40]-10-06    2017-279
Posted 2017-10-07 00:40PT
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Posted by K7LWA.INS at 2017-10-07 21:00 PT USA


Insomniac-Net Questions -- Friday[40], Oct 06, 2017 - Twain Time

Insomniac-Net Questions -- Friday[40], Oct 06, 2017
Tonight's Topic: Twain Time
Rated: TV-PG
    Good morning/evening, everybody! Thank you for joining us tonight.
    We hope you'll discover something interesting during the time we spend together on the Insomniac Net for the next 90+ minutes.
        -- The ever-delightful Shelley [KF7TBA] and just plain old LW [K7LWA] (email K7LWA.INS@gmail.com).
    (Please Note: The Net Controller's Answers are always CORRECT (even if they aren't every time!)
    Please check out Winsystem's Insomniac Trivia Net page.
    You can get these Questions & Answers at the Yahoo-groups' Messages Link.
=================
    The name Mark Twain is a pseudonym (and "pen name") of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910).
    He was a famous American journalist, novelist, and witty humorist.
    Twain wrote popular travel accounts and American boyhood adventure stories, like The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885).
    Accordingly, we offer for your approval, 3 Questions in the form of "Fill-in the Blank Quotes" by Mark Twain?
    Please choose your answers from any of the 3 (reuseable) Answers of "A", "B", or "C" (if applicable!) for each of the questions.  
    Good Luck and remember, YOU are always a WINNER with us, regardless of your actual answers!

=================
++ Twain Time ++
Question #1: "Familiarity breeds ________."
        A. A lot of trouble, or
        B. Beautiful thoughts, or
        C. Children.

Question #2: "Few things are harder to put up than a good ________."
        A. Appearance, or
        B. Example, or
        C. Jar of strawberry preserves.

Question #3: "It's easier to stay out than get ________."
        A. Admitted, or
        B. Beaten up, or,
        C. Out.

            [SOURCE: TBA]
        https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-EyieO3lUd-E/WdgtBpwJ5uI/AAAAAAAAD0Y/dsGejyed6DYzNIxYLz8KBKbT9rknMWLxgCLcBGAs/s1600/SOURCE_INS2017%255B40%255D-10-06_Twain.jpg
=================
++ QUOTES OF THE DAY ++ by Mark Twain (1835-1910)
        "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow."
[Source: Book 3, #595]
        "Water, taken in moderation, cannot hurt anybody."
[Source: Book 2, #137]
        "To eat is human, / To digest divine."
[Source: Book 2, #269]
        "Most writers regard the truth as their most valuable possession, and therefore are most economical in its use."
[Source: Book 2, #354]
        "If you tell the truth you don't have to remember anything."
[Source: Book 2, #510]
=================
Please include you name, Callsign, and those correct answers.
Good luck everyone!
Shelley [KF7TBA] & LW [K7LWA]
K7LWA.INS@gmail.com
=================
Next Week: ????
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INS2017[40]-10-06    2017-279
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KD5PUR    Andrew*
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KD3WT    Rick

K5CAP    Craig
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W3NH    Owen
K4DXY    David
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K7TRX    Henry
KI7ATT    Marty
KI7ATS    Jeff
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K6PHB    John
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KM6AME    Rick
AI6PD    Mike
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KI6QXS    Gary
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K6JAE    Jeff
KE6AZO    John
KD6JVV    Ronnie
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KI6BHN    Garrett
KC6MMN    Alex
KK7YB    Don
KJ6IQV    Denzil*
KI6HFB    Robert
KK6WFJ    Terry
N6SUN    Dirk
KM6LLD    EZ
KM6DNM    Dan

KB3ICC    Jason
M6IFA    John
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KI7PVR    Jared
WA6RSV    Pablo
KR1STO    Kristopher
W7PTO    Larry
KK6WUB    Doug
K6NRE    Eugenio

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VE7JWF    Joseph
K6PTZ    Mark

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VA7RJE    Rob
KB2LEN    Len
KE7FTV    Lori
AE7AN    Al
KL7WM    Daniel
KL7WM+    Dianna
K6AJY    Bryan 
WB6CSH    Mike
KK6RYJ+ Cynthia
KK6RYJ    Gary
VE7SXM    Steve
N6ESG    Glen
N0DKC    Deb
WB6ZQS    James
KL7ES    Paul
KI7DEF    Josh
AE7WZ    Tony
KG6RYC    Patrick
AD7TM+    Linda
AD7TM    Bill
W7LHC+    Joyce
W7LHC    Don
JN2UNC    Toshiaki (Toshi)
KD6LOG    Cheryl
KO6GS    Darrell
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Posted 2017-10-06 21:00PT (no way, man!)
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Posted by K7LWA.INS at 2017-10-06 21:00 PT USA