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An acronym for Sonotherapy Prevention of Late Arterial In-Stent Hyperplasia
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Apollo 11 splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on July 24 at 12:50 P.
Apollo 11 splashed down 920 miles south-west of Hawaii and 13 miles from the USS Hornet, a Navy ship sent to recover the crew.
The Army's Advanced Hypersonic Weapon launched aboard a three-stage booster system from the Pacific Missile Range Facility on the island of Kauai in Hawaii, and deployed for its hypersonic glide, which eventually splashed down in the Reagan Test Site located near the Kwajalein Atoll.
AN OLYMPIC diving medallist splashed down at a sports conference in Huddersfield.
The plane splashed down and taxied to a dock, where a small rowboat awaited.
It splashed down in the Pacific after a nerve-racking four-day ordeal, but the three astronauts survived and the drama was immortalised in the hit Tom Hanks film.
The nearly perfect mission was completed on the morning of December 27 when Apollo 8 splashed down in the Pacific Ocean after 147 hours.
Just before their craft splashed down in the Pacific Ocean, the crew of Apollo 11 got permission to equalize pressure in the landing vehicle by opening a vent, allowing air within the craft to escape into Earth's atmosphere, Shortly after the vehicle landed, divers popped opened the hatch to the craft and tossed in isolation suits, marking a second breach in quarantine, Bagby notes.
Epson has successfully splashed down on the scan-print-copy market again with a new value-focused product -- the EPSON Stylus(R) CX4600.
After its successful launch, the capsule then orbited the Earth twice and safely splashed down in the waters of the Pacific.
Earlier, the Apollo 11 crew had splashed down in the Pacific, declared lunar rocks and dust and listed their route as starting at Cape Kennedy in Florida with a stopover on the Moon.
Los Angeles, Jumada I 14, 1434, Mar 26, 2013, SPA -- Spacex's Dragon capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean Tuesday after completing the second supply mission to the International Space Station by a privately owned spaceship, dpa reported.