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This is more than just “geeky cool.” Check out the listing for Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShip 2, the VSS Enterprise. I got to witness the unveiling of one of the top 10 newsmakers in this decade!
Commercial Spacecrafts Prepare to Take Flight: Amidst NASA budget cuts, commercial spaceflight has come to the forefront. The Ansari X Prize, first offered in 1996 for the first private enterprise that could fly a three-passenger vehicle 100 kilometers into space twice in one week. In 2004, the prize was finally won by Mojave Aerospace Ventures’ SpaceShipOne. That same year, Virgin Galactic was founded to further space tourism. The company recently unveiled SpaceShipTwo, the first commercial spacecraft. 2004 also saw the certification of the Mojave Air and Space Port, the first licensed facility for horizontal launches of reusable spacecraft in the US. In anticipation of the spaceflight business, one company claims it’s readying a space hotel.
Read Lauren Davis’s complete story: http://io9.com/5430073/ten-science-stories-that-changed-our-decade#
The women-only car park in Shijiazhuang city is also painted in pink and light purple to appeal to female tastes.
Official Wang Zheng told AFP news agency the car park was meant to cater to women’s “strong sense of colour and different sense of distance”.
The parking bays are one metre (3ft) wider than normal spaces, he said.
The Wanxiang-Tiancheng shopping centre had also “installed signs and security monitoring equipment that corresponded more to women’s needs”, he said.
The Global Times website says female parking attendants have been trained to help guide women drivers into their parking spaces. The bays also have extra lighting.
Driving in China is a dangerous activity, with more than 200 deaths in road accidents each day last year, AFP reports, citing police statistics.
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World's Friendliest Countries
12.01.09, 12:01 AM ETfrom: Forbes.com:
These nations are the most hospitable to expatriates, according to a new report.
|Rank||Country||Making Friends||Making Local Friends||Joining Community Groups||Organizing School For My Children||Organizing My Finances||Organizing My Health Care||Finding Somewhere To Live||Setting Up Utilities|
The Expat Explorer survey was commissioned by HSBC Bank International and conducted by the research company FreshMinds. More than 3,100 expatriates were surveyed between February and April 2009.The respondents were asked to rate 23 factors related to their quality of life, including food, entertainment, transportation, health care, finances, education and their ability to make friends. Each criterion is equally weighted to arrive at a score. The overall ranking is based on the average score for a country across the criteria. Eight measures were also selected to comprise the integration score: organizing school for my children; organizing my finances; organizing my health care; finding somewhere to live; making friends; making local friends; setting up utilities; and joining local community groups. The integration score was used to determine the friendliest countries.