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[Hello, planet Earth?] Astronaut Tim Peake Salah Sambung Menelepon dari Luar Angkasa

[Hello, planet Earth?] Astronaut Tim Peake Salah Sambung Menelepon dari Luar Angkasa

Tim Peake says sorry for dialling wrong number from space

[Hello, planet Earth?] Astronaut Tim Peake Salah Sambung Menelepon dari Luar Angkasa

British astronaut Major Tim Peake has apologised for dialling a wrong number and saying: “Hello, is this planet Earth?”

On board the International Space Station, Peake insisted that he was not playing a joke on the woman he rang by accident.

He tweeted: “I’d like to apologise to the lady I just called by mistake saying ‘Hello, is this planet Earth?’ – not a prank call … just a wrong number!”

Flying low over the rooftops it could easily be mistaken for Santa’s sleigh, but the bright light that might be seen crossing the sky after sunset on Christmas Day is the International Space Station, soaring 250 miles over the French-Spanish border.

From southern England, it will appear in the west at about 4.24pm and remain visible for six minutes before disappearing below the south-eastern horizon.

On board, Peake and the rest of the crew will be treated to a spectacular sight as their orbiting craft flies over the “Christmas lights” of European cities and towns after sunset.

Robin Scagell, vice-president of the Society for Popular Astronomy, said: “The space station’s maximum elevation will be about 23 degrees viewed from London, which is just above the rooftops.

“It will be the brightest star in the sky, moving rapidly from west to east. You might think it’s a plane to start with, but you’d hear the engine noise of an aircraft that close and of course the space station is silent.

“So we’ll be able to see a different object flying over the rooftops on Christmas Day.”

Viewed from further north, the space station will appear lower in the sky, but should still be visible from the north of Scotland. Seen from south-west England, it will have a higher elevation of around 30 degrees.

A full moon is also due to make an appearance on Christmas Day, but it is not due to rise until the International Space Station has completed its journey.

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Dimaafkan kok emoticon-Malu

Beri apresiasi terhadap thread ini Gan!
waw... nelponnya pakai apa yah emoticon-Malu smartphone apa telepon satelit emoticon-Malu; ?
Itu bijimane telponya, apa ada sinyal di luar angkasa..

Ane juga bingung pake apaan gan.
Tapi nyang pasti sih pake baju gan emoticon-Malu
Buseeeeet kena charge roaming ga tuh?
Di ISS memang ada telepon untuk crew berbicara ke keluarga mereka
agan Peake pernah kena mama minta pulsa gak ya emoticon-Ngakak (S)

lah sinyal telepon kan dipantuling lewat satelit...
Lah satelitnya adanya diatas...
Gmana dong bro...
Untung yg ngangkat masihb manusia bumi emoticon-Hammer


Ada lah gan, klo agan nelpon pake hape itu kan ditransmisikan lewat satelit, satelit dimana coba? Terus klo ngirim probe menjelajah luar angkasa, ngirim data dsb kan juga pake signal digital.
wih kek lagunya kafirwoman adele: hello from the outside
Hello it's me hehe

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