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     iFixit is the free repair manual that you can edit.      http://www.ifixit.com/    This link is just general information

What does it feel like to fly over planet Earth? One minute:

James Tyrwhitt-Drake

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Earth at night seen from space ISS (HD 1080p) 3 minutes with music

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Planet Earth seen from space (Full HD 1080p) ORIGINAL - 20 minutes



Planet Earth seen from space

12 minutes:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4IhCSMkADc


very interesting:

HOW IT WORKS: The International Space Station (1080p, 60fps)




Space Shuttle STS-112 Atlantis
Space Station Assembly ISS-9A S1 Truss 2002 NASA


other tours

Tour the International Space Station - Inside ISS - HD




Earth From Space HD 1080p Nova groundbreaking two-hour special

Universe TV
Universe TV
Published on Sept 23, 2014

The groundbreaking two-hour special that reveals a spectacular new space-based vision of our planet. Produced in extensive consultation with NASA scientists, NOVA takes data from earth-observing satellites and transforms it into dazzling visual sequences, each one exposing the intricate and surprising web of forces that sustains life on earth.





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Best Internet phone service, because it works when you computer is not turn on, works with its own router.

Put the Internet to work – for your phone

Vonage phone service offers unlimited local, long distance and amazingly low rates to call worldwide,

over a clear, reliable connection. Vonage VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)

is so easy to use and inexpensive, even the tech-nervous can handle the switch.



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Just trying to help with your cell bill if traveling.


*     FCC Advises Travelers on International Wireless Access.


Enterprise Mobility FCC Advises Travelers on International Wireless Access

FCC Announces Wireless World Travel Week.

News Release: Word | Acrobat
Tip Sheet: Word | Acrobat
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Tip Sheet: Wireless World Travel Made Simple

1. Before you travel abroad, check with your provider to see if your mobile phone is going to work abroad. Different countries use different types of mobile phone networks, so don’t assume that your phone will work abroad. And even if your phone does work for voice calling, some of its other functions – such as sending and receiving data or text messages – might not work. Check with your provider before you depart. Ask your provider about other available options it may offer.

2. If your mobile phone will work where you’re going, you should also determine before traveling the rates you’ll pay for using it. For most U.S. customers, the service plan that covers domestic usage does not cover usage while traveling abroad. And the rates may be much higher when abroad, because of the additional fees for “roaming” on a foreign mobile phone network. These higher rates may apply to all of your phone’s capabilities, including making or receiving voice calls, receiving or checking voice mail, sending or receiving text messages, and uploading to or downloading from the Internet.

Even if you have “unlimited” minutes, texts, or data applying to domestic usage, you may be charged per minute, per text, or per Kb/Mb if you use your phone in a foreign country. Note also that roaming fees may vary depending on which phone network in a foreign country you are roaming on. Check with your provider before you depart to find out the service arrangements that best fit your needs, and all the rates and charges that will apply.

Roaming is complicated! Take time to understand all the rules and rates before you travel.
Advance preparation can prevent unexpected charges from appearing on your next bill.

3. Even if your mobile phone will work and you have determined all the charges you may incur with your provider, you may want to research other alternatives. For example, you can avoid roaming charges entirely by purchasing an inexpensive handset in the country you’re visiting. Or, if your own phone is capable, you can buy a “SIM” card for it (the removable card used by some mobile handsets containing subscriber data and the phone’s number) with a local number in the country you’re visiting, effectively turning the handset into a local phone.

Another alternative is to rent an inexpensive handset appropriate for the country you’ll be visiting. You can rent it before you leave home or when you get to your destination. Or, you may be able to rely entirely on wireline phones and wireline Internet access, perhaps through Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calling through services such as such as Skype, Fring, or Truphone.

If you have a smartphone, uploading/downloading data using a Wi-Fi hotspot rather than a foreign mobile network may avoid data roaming charges. And, by making mobile VoIP calls with your smartphone, you may avoid voice roaming charges. Just make sure that your phone does not automatically connect to an international mobile network, which can be expensive to access. Use Wi-Fi hotspots whenever possible.

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Quick tips to help you become a Savvy Traveler with a mobile phone:

? Contact your provider. Your provider may have a plan to cover service outside of the United States.
? Check with your provider about Internet applications using Wi-Fi that may save you money.
? Turn off automatic downloads. Some phones and data services will automatically download data while the phone is on. Check with your provider or your phone’s manufacturer to learn how to disable these automatic downloads.
? If you’re a frequent international traveler, consider buying a “world phone” that will work anywhere. Check with your provider for more information.
? You may save money by purchasing a calling card overseas.
? Do not call mobile to mobile within foreign hotels. Use the hotel phones.
? Most hotels don’t charge for incoming wireline calls, so pre-arrange a time to be in your hotel room for an incoming call from home.
? If you have an option of contacting someone in the country you’re visiting at either a wireline or mobile number, call the wireline. It’s likely to be cheaper.
? Be aware of the emergency calling number in the country you’re visiting. VoIP services often lack some of the emergency calling features of a regular telephone, so be informed about these differences before using them.

International Calling Provider Contact Information

General toll free number: 1-800-331-0500 or “611” from a wireless phone.

International Services: 1-800-335-4685
When calling from overseas: 1-916-843-4685

Sprint Worldwide Customer Support: 1-888-226-7212, option 2.
Information about traveling internationally with a Sprint phone:


Customer Support: 1-877-453-1304

Customer Service: Dial *611 or call 1-800-922-0204 to enable International Roaming.


US Cellular
Customer Support at 1-888-944-9400

http://www.uscellular.com/uscellular/common/common.jsp?path=/services/ international/index.html

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