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ABORTAdaptive Beamformer Orthogonal Rejection Test
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Being pregnant and unmarried in China, her choices were to pay a "social maintenance fee" of $60,000, or abort her child.
Aerojet Rocketdyne also provides hardware supporting service module hot-fire testing, which will take place at NASA's White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico; the pad abort and system qualification testing, which will occur at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico; and the orbital flight test, which will be launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
If an emergency were to occur at the launch pad, or during lift-off and ascent, the abort system would rapidly lift the capsule and crew away from the rocket.
Under the recently signed agreement, the primary objective is to complete design, development, test and qualification of the abort motor.
Later, the Immigration Bureau officials raised questions about the permission and asked the airline to abort the take off" sources told M AIL T ODAY .
I wanted to abort but the doctor didn't support my decision," Aveiro revealed in her recently launched autobiography.
Every pilot has their specific high-speed abort criteria that we mentally (or verbally for D and F models) recite as we cross the holdshort.
My 23 hours in a Stinson 108-2 (same engine) leaves me far from expert, but I doubt he saw more than about 2000 RPM at full power--less if he didn't lean--so that would have been an abort.
then forcing her at knifepoint to swallow medical pills to abort her two-month-old foetus.
He said the decision by the Tornados to abort "underlines the UK's commitment to the protection of civilians.
A HOUSEMAID, who ran away from her sponsor to abort her baby, was yesterday sentenced to two months and two weeks in jail.
Investigators in Ecuador believe a Fokker F28 crew was ill-prepared to abort take-off after a fire alert, and that the delay led the jet to overrun at Quito last year.