northanger (northanger) wrote,

Monday, 08-August @ 08:46 UT (04:46 AM EDT)


(ShemhaMephoresh) Laviah :: protects against lightning, and serves to obtain victory, dominates fame, influences the learned that have become famous.

Sol-Mars Bonorum Minister BNEICIA (Gates :: 29/260) for Astroschyzy Cycle #75/15.

[11] 04:47UT ~ NEICIAB : #23 : LEVANÆL {?LTHTT AQ=133} : {GISG-GISG} : ORCUS.

Endeavors Aimed Towards the Boundary of the Achievable.

TEX, 30th Aethyr (Exordium of the Equinox of the Gods) - Atu VI. The Lovers & 7-Wands (Valour).


NASA Announces Space Shuttle Discovery Landing Schedule :: Commander Eileen Collins and the six-member Space Shuttle Discovery crew are scheduled to land at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) at approximately 4:46 a.m. EDT, Monday. Discovery began the 13-day Return to Flight (STS-114) mission July 26. Landing at KSC's Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF) is planned for orbit 201 at mission elapsed time 12 days, 18 hours, 07 minutes. The deorbit burn is at approximately 3:43 a.m. EDT. A second KSC landing opportunity is also available Monday at 6:21 a.m. EDT, with a deorbit burn at 5:19 a.m. EDT. Two landing opportunities are planned for the back-up landing location at Edwards Air Force Base (EAFB), Calif., on Monday. The first opportunity is 7:52 a.m. EDT; the second is 9:27 a.m. EDT. If Discovery lands at EAFB, an augmented KSC convoy team will be on-site for post-landing processing and disembarking the crew. The turnaround team will be deployed to EAFB by charter aircraft on landing day. If Discovery must stay in orbit beyond Monday, two landing opportunities are available at KSC on Tuesday at 5:09 a.m. and 6:45 a.m. EDT. Two additional times are also available at EAFB on Tuesday. If landing occurs as scheduled, it will be the 62nd at KSC and the 15th night Kennedy landing in the history of the Shuttle program. About an hour after touchdown, the STS-114 crew will be taken to their KSC quarters to meet with their families and for initial physicals.

04:46AM EDT (08:46 UT) still at NEICIABBNEICIA-08:12:49 UT (see above).


i was in the kitchen with my mother one day when she asked me to hand her an onion. i stood there dumbstruck for a moment trying to work out this request. she finally said (calmly as she opened the onion drawer): smart people can sure be dumb sometimes. experienced the same gentle confusion looking at "[11] 04:47UT ~ NEICIAB". feel the need to explain this to myself one more time.

the 220 Chart is for La Puente, California during Pacific Standard Time (PST). local chart time is 05:47 AM (13:47 UT); -8 hours from Greenwich Mean Time (or universal time). La Puente currently observing Daylight Savings Time (DST) so 13:47 UT changed to 12:47 UT — this is a start of a "day". because this "day" is offset from universal time by approximately 12 hours an astroschyzy day covers two houses. or, 12 hours = 15 degrees where an astroschyzy day begins in a house's NIGHT TRIPLICITY & ends in the next house's DAY TRIPLICITY.

looking up time on Bonorum charts: convert local time to universal time. if UT is after 12:47 UT, Bonorum Minister located on current day. if UT is before 12:47 UT, Bonorum Minister located on previous day.

note: astroschyzy based on zodiac houses where first house = Cancer. however, first 12 hours of the first day of a cycle actually starts on final 12 hours of the previous cycle.

Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-114 is landing 08-August in the 3rd house of Virgo. however, because its landing time is scheduled for 08:46 UT (EDT is -4 hours from GMT), landing time occurs in the 11th quinary in the second house (Leo). ie, Leo's Night Triplicity. NEICIAB remains the ruling Bonorum Angel even if NASA selects another landing opportunity — ruling Bonorum changes only if NASA changes Discovery's first landing time.

[07] 12:47UT ~ LEENARB : #479 : AVE {CQBPBU AQ=116} : {PÆN-VAN} : TALITHA (5)
[08] 16:47UT ~ LNANAEB : #2 : I {?LTHT? AQ=105} : {GISG-A-BAI} : GALATEA
[09] 20:47UT ~ ROEMNAB : #9 : ESEMELI {?LTHTE AQ=115} : {GISG-GRAPH} : DJYNXX {6::3}
[10] Red Vestal Flame ~ LEAORIB : #16 : HAGONÆL {?LTHTN AQ=124} : {GISG-DRUX} : DUBHE (7)
[11] 04:47UT ~ NEICIAB : #23 : LEVANÆL {?LTHTT AQ=133} : {GISG-GISG} : ORCUS
[12] 08:47UT ~ AOIDIAB : #30 : BEIGIA {THSISD AQ=139} : {FAM-GAL} : REGULUS (9)

about Orcus :: Orcus is equivalent to Hades, god of the underworld; also the fourth largest Kuiper Belt object (KBO) & a plutino. seems fitting Orcus appears on the operative quinary for Discovery's landing since this will be NASA's first successful landing after Columbia STS-107.

astrologer/astronomer Juan Antonio Revilla considers The Force as plutonian. i think his thoughts on Orbital Symbolism in Astrology & Darth Vader & Star Wars might be helpful.

Orcus keywords: (Francesco Schiavinotto) Global Hazard - Diseased World - Dying World - Poisoned Ecosystems - Desertification - Silent Apocalypse - Environmental Collapse - Blind Minds and their Consequences - Man's Self-Destruction - Forgotten/Offended Nature - Planetary Rebellion - The Fall of Similitudes with a Terrestrial Paradise - Betrayals from a Betrayed Nature - Alienated Behaviours versus Natural Laws - Massive extermination - Worldwide Drying - Large-Scale Erosiveness - Failed Competition for Survival - Invasiveness - Fight for Survival - Intrusions in Stranger Environments - Endeavors Aimed Towards the Boundary of the Achievable.

after the Columbia STS-107 mission many at NASA wore its mission patch as a memorial. the STS-114 & Expedition 11 crews performed a tribute on the International Space Station to Columbia STS-107 & all Fallen Astronauts and Cosmonauts in English, Russian & Japanese. the Six-Party Talks began when Discovery launched. during the STS-114 mission, the commander also noted the level of planetary destruction.

Orcus does seem a perfect fit describing world-wide issues facing each group (NASA & Six-Party Countries). hopefully, both can successfully deal with these challenges & provide a new paradigm for international cooperation.

if i remember correctly, LEVANÆL is a moon goddess; it's also the name at the center of the Sigillum Dei Æmeth.


Shuttle Sightings via :: The space shuttle Discovery and the ISS are going to fly in tandem over parts of the United States on August 6th and 7th. The flybys commence on Saturday morning, August 6th, at 05:50 a.m. CDT when the pair can be seen from New Orleans, Mobile, Biloxi and surrounding areas. Discovery will have just undocked from the ISS about three hours earlier. This means the two ships will be separated, but still close together. Side by side apparitions of two bright spaceships are rare and beautiful. "Based on their predicted separation of 7 km, their angular separation should be 1° — only twice the diameter of a full moon," says independent satellite tracking expert Ted Molczan. Which ship is which? The brighter light is the shuttle. Although Discovery is smaller than the ISS, its super-white top reflects more sunlight. Both ships should be easy to see in the deep-blue dawn sky.

Spotting Times for Selected Cities :: Is your hometown not listed? Check one of these web sites for more flyby schedules: Heavens Above, J-Pass or SkyWatch.

Finally, on the morning of August 8th, the shuttle is due to land at the Kennedy Space Center. Reentry won't be visible from much of the United States. The shuttle's intended trajectory takes it over the Yucatan Peninsula and the Gulf of Mexico. To the unaided eye, Discovery and the ISS are compact points of light. You can't actually discern, e.g., the wings of the shuttle or the station's vast solar arrays. How about looking through a telescope? It's not easy, but it can be done. The two spaceships move slowly across the sky, taking about five minutes to cross from horizon to horizon. With a little practice, you can train a small telescope on the pair and manually track them. Then you can see their outlines. The space station's T-shaped solar arrays are eye-catching; people who have seen them are impressed by their eerie copper color. If you've never seen a shuttle flyby before, however, don't spend precious minutes fumbling with a telescope. Look up and, using nothing but your eyes, simply enjoy the view.


me bad. i meant BNEICIA, not NEICIAB. BNEICIA is the minister for that 34m17s segment with just six seconds to spare. seen two separate times for deorbit burn & landing, but i'll stick with this one here. more info on Bonorum time segments: quinaries & timezones.


Discovery's Schedule for Tuesday :: Space shuttle Discovery has four tries and three possible locations from coast to coast to land on Tuesday.

• Try 1: 5:07AM EDT at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla.

• Try 2: 6:39AM EDT at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico or 6:43AM EDT at Kennedy. NASA must pick one or the other before the shuttle begins its descent.

• Try 3: 8:12AM EDT at Edwards Air Force Base in California or 8:13AM EDT at White Sands.

• Try 4: 9:47AM EDT at Edwards.

NASA :: KSC will remain the preferred landing site. Edwards Air Force Base, California, will be second in preference for landing and White Sands Space Harbor, New Mexico, will be third in preference. Two Shuttle landing opportunities will be available at each site. Weather forecasters will be watching the skies over Florida for the first landing opportunity, which would begin with a deorbit engine firing at 4:01AM EDT and lead to a touchdown at KSC at 5:07AM EDT.

Live Landing Coverage :: The Virtual Launch Control Center will begin live landing coverage Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2005 at about 3:45AM EDT.



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