MR HARRYSON’S BEHAVIOR IN PASSING JUDGMENT!

The message of Jesus is troubling and disturbs us because it challenges worldly religious power and stirs consciences.

Jesus is Lord!

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CYBERGEDDON- THERE IS NO ESCAPE. JESUS CHRIST IS MY LORD! AMEN!..

https://youtu.be/wwMDvPCGeE0 God and our Father,
who through Christ Jesus
established the Church
on the foundation of the Apostles,
so that, guided by the Holy Spirit,
be a sign and instrument
of your merciful love in the world ,
we give you thanks for the gifts
you have bestowed on our Church of Lima.

We thank you in a special way
for the holiness flourished in our land.
Our archdiocesan Church,
fertilized by the apostolic work
of San Toribio of Mongrovejo;
increased by prayer,
penance and charity
of Santa Rosa da Lima and San Martino di Porres;
enriched by the missionary zeal
of San Francesco Solano
and by the humble service of San Giovanni Macías;
blessed by the witness of the Christian life
of other brothers faithful to the Gospel, she
is grateful for your action in our history
and begs you to be faithful to the inheritance received.

Help us to be an outgoing Church,
approaching everyone,
especially the most disadvantaged;
teach us to be missionary disciples
of Jesus Christ, the Lord of Miracles,
living love, seeking unity
and practicing mercy,
so that, protected by the intercession
of Our Lady of Evangelization, let us
live and proclaim
the joy of the Gospel to the world . .

THE LOST AMERICAN(USA) SATELLITE MY FRIEND I CALL ‘STINGER’!

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NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite Arrives at Kennedy Space Center for Launch

TESS arrives at KSC
The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite arrives at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, where it will undergo final preparations for launch. Launch is scheduled for no earlier than April 16, pending range approval.
Credits: NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

NASA’s next planet-hunting mission has arrived in Florida to begin preparations for launch. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is scheduled to launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station nearby NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida no earlier than April 16, pending range approval. TESS was delivered Feb. 12 aboard a truck from Orbital ATK in Dulles, Virginia, where it spent 2017 being assembled and tested. Over the next month, the spacecraft will be prepped for launch at Kennedy’s Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility (PHSF).

TESS is the next step in NASA’s search for planets outside our solar system, known as exoplanets. The mission will scan nearly the entire sky to monitor more than 200,000 of the nearest and brightest stars in search of transit events — periodic dips in a star’s brightness caused by planets passing in front of their stars. TESS is expected to find thousands of exoplanets. The upcoming James Webb Space Telescope, scheduled for launch in 2019, will provide important follow-up observations of some of the most promising TESS-discovered exoplanets, allowing scientists to study their atmospheres and, in some special cases, to search for signs that these planets could support life.

TESS is a NASA Astrophysics Explorer mission led and operated by MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and managed by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Dr. George Ricker of MIT’s Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research serves as principal investigator for the mission.  Additional partners include Orbital ATK, NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley, the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and the Space Telescope Science Institute. More than a dozen universities, research institutes and observatories worldwide are participants in the mission. NASA’s Launch Services Program is responsible for launch management. SpaceX of Hawthorne, California, is the provider of the Falcon 9 launch service.

Banner image: NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), shown here in a conceptual illustration, will identify exoplanets orbiting the brightest stars just outside our solar system. Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

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HOW MR HARRYSON CHITAPU BECAME THE PRESIDENT OF ZAMBIA IN THE YEAR 2030!

Robert M. Lightfoot Jr., Acting Administrator

Official portrait of Robert Lightfoot
Robert M. Lightfoot Jr., NASA Acting Administrator
Credits: NASA/Bill Ingalls

Robert M. Lightfoot Jr. became NASA’s acting administrator effective Jan. 20, 2017. His permanent title is associate administrator for NASA, the agency’s highest-ranking civil servant position, effective since Sept. 25, 2012.

He previously was director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. Named to the position in August 2009, he headed one of NASA’s largest field installations, which plays a critical role in NASA’s space operations, exploration and science missions. Lightfoot managed a broad range of propulsion, scientific and space transportation activities contributing to the nation’s space program. He served as acting director of the center from March 2009 until his appointment as director.

From 2007 to 2009, Lightfoot was deputy director of the Marshall Center. Lightfoot served as manager of the Space Shuttle Propulsion Office at Marshall from 2005 to 2007, where he was responsible for overseeing the manufacture, assembly and operation of the primary shuttle propulsion elements: the main engines, external tank, solid rocket boosters and reusable solid rocket motors.

From 2003 to 2005, he served as assistant associate administrator for the Space Shuttle Program in the Office of Space Operations at NASA Headquarters in Washington. His responsibilities included space shuttle Return to Flight activities following the Columbia tragedy, technical and budgetary oversight of the $3 billion annual budget and initial transition and retirement efforts for shuttle infrastructure.

In 2002, Lightfoot was named director of the Propulsion Test Directorate at NASA’s Stennis Space Center. He served as deputy director of the organization beginning in 2001, until his appointment as director.

Lightfoot began his NASA career at the Marshall Center in 1989 as a test engineer and program manager for the space shuttle main engine technology test bed program and the Russian RD-180 engine testing program for the Atlas launch vehicle program.

Lightfoot received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 1986 from the University of Alabama. In October 2007, he was named Distinguished Departmental Fellow for the University of Alabama, Department of Mechanical Engineering. He was selected as a University of Alabama College of Engineering fellow in 2009. Lightfoot serves on the University of Alabama Mechanical Engineering Advisory Board. In 2010, he was inducted into the State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame.

Lightfoot has received numerous awards during his NASA career, including a NASA Outstanding Leadership medal in 2007 for exemplary leadership of the Shuttle Propulsion Office, assuring safety for the return to flight of the space shuttle. In 2006, he was awarded the Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Executives, and in 2010 and 2016, he received the Presidential Rank Award for Distinguished Executives — the highest honors attainable for federal government work. In 2000, Mr. Lightfoot received a Spaceflight Leadership Recognition Award, which recognizes leaders who exemplify characteristics necessary for success. In 1999, NASA’s astronaut corps presented him with a Silver Snoopy Award, which honors individuals who have made key contributions to the success of human spaceflight missions. He also received the NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal in 1996 for significant contributions to NASA’s mission.

January 2017