MIR

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MIR

Abbreviation for:
masseter inhibitory reflex
massive intestinal resection
minimum infection rate
multiple inversion recovery
multiple isomorphous replacement (see there)
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That same year, American cosmonaut David Wolf was the first person to use the intergalactic voting system, casting a ballot in a local election while he was aboard the Russian space station Mir.
Lawrence, who was initiated into Phi Kappa Phi at the United States Naval Academy in 1980, logged more than 1,200 hours in space as a NASA astronaut and visited the Russian space station Mir before retiring in 2006.
The station has been inhabited in orbit for more than 11 years, beating the previous record held by the Russian space station Mir.
He brought together, connected and pioneered the joint activity of the American and Russian space industries, was the first to develop space tourism on the Soviet space station Mir, and provided aerospace consulting to U.S.
The Soviets pointedly named their newest space station Mir ("peace") in an apparent signal that this was Moscow's great mission, in contrast to their allegation that the US of the Reagan era intended the militarisation of the cosmos through the Star Wars programme.
February 19, 1986 The Soviet Union launches space station MIR. The laboratory was in orbit for almost 15 years.
For how many years did Russian space station Mir operate in low Earth orbit?
1983: John McEnroe started a row with the umpire on the brst day of Wimbledon 1984: Keith Joseph, the Education Secretary, approved GCSEs to replace O Levels and CSEs 1993: The brst high-speed train completed a trial run through the Channel Tunnel 2000: It was revealed that an American businessman was forking out pounds 13 million to become the brst tourist in space, spending 10 days on the space station Mir 2006: It was announced that 'Top of the Pops' was to be axed.
Everest, tagging condors in Peru, rare bird searches in Arkansas, sub-marine shipwreck explorations, expeditions in Antarctica, and a mission on the Soviet space station Mir.
Ansari was the fourth person - and the first woman - to pay for a trip to the international space station Mir.
The 1995 mission included a rendezvous and docking with the Russian Space Station Mir, to attach a permanent docking module and deliver one and a half tons of supplies, NASA officials reported.

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