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Sending a Satellit to Space: What could possibly go wrong?

Coming out of a project meeting Friday evening, the following wisdom came to my mind:

“The major difference between a thing that might go wrong and a thing that cannot possibly go wrong is that when a thing that cannot possibly go wrong goes wrong it usually turns out to be impossible to get at or repair.” – Anonymous

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Disappearance into Water and Fire

This is a new Moon chart crowded with planets and other cosmic objects located at the end and the beginning of the zodiac. It feels as if we are all on a stellar journey of deep significance. 903 more words

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Viewing complete strings while debugging in Eclipse

While debugging Java code, Strings in the views “Variables” and “Expressions” show up only till a certain length, after which Eclipse shows “…”. Even after working with eclipse for 10 years it was a new info for me. 67 more words

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Remote Board Debugging: J-Link Remote Server with Eclipse

For a CubeSat project we only have a single board available. But multiple universities and developers need to have access to that board for developing and debugging the firmware. 820 more words

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Workaround for "Error in final launch sequence: Cannot execute this command without a live selected thread."

Recently I have been running into the following error message in Eclipse when I started the GDB debugger: 435 more words

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Soluntra King - BRIGHT AND LIGHT, OUT OF THE ILLUSION

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Dear Radiant One, friend and co-creator,
may you be blessed with the connection to the Source within you, … 5,453 more words

New Moon Solar Eclipse in Virgo

A NEW MOON Solar Eclipse occurs on Thursday, September 1, 2016, at 5:03 AM EDT. On Thursday morning, the New Moon is exact, when the Sun in Virgo aligns with the Moon in Virgo. 387 more words

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