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A Russian Soyuz-U booster has staged what is expected to be its final non-Progress mission, with a rousing liftoff from Site 31/6 at Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Within nine minutes, it had successfully inserted Egypt’s second remote-sensing satellite, known as “Egypt Sat-2,” into a circular orbit of 435 x 435 miles (700 x 700 km), inclined 51.6 degrees to the equator.
The vehicle—a direct descendent of Chief Designer Sergei Korolev’s R-7 “Semyorka” (“Little Seven”) intercontinental ballistic missile, developed in the 1950s—roared into the night sky at p.m. Egypt Sat-2 should remain in service for up to 11 years, providing unprecedented visible and multispectral imagery of the territory of Egypt and its environs.
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These plaited and woven sandals provided a flexible protective sole and utilized a simple V-shaped strap.The sandal is the simplest form of foot covering, consisting of a sole held to the foot using a configuration of straps.Sandals can be utilitarian and bought from a street vendor in Bombay for a few rupees, or a work of art, designed by Manolo Blahnik and selling for several hundred dollars from a high-end boutique.By two minutes into the flight, the Soyuz-U was already traveling at more than 3,350 mph (5,390 km/h).The payload shroud was discarded shortly thereafter, and, four minutes and 45 seconds after leaving Baikonur, the core stage separated at an altitude of 105 miles (170 km).