阿木勤的尼

10:50 Jan 23, 2008
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Tech/Engineering - Aerospace / Aviation / Space / Surface station names
Chinese term or phrase: 阿木勤的尼
阿木勤的尼
克拉亚斯克
克斯-克鲁斯那亚
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这些是八十年代的数据中断卫星的地球站。。。
Aaron Gilkison (X)
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Local time: 02:51


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2Armstrong Station????????
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Armstrong Station????????


Explanation:
A Mu is usually used to refer to the first man on the moon "armstrong".

There are millions of little earth stations and satellites named after him.

It sounds like the qin character could be used to sound more like "armstrong", ie "a mu qin" = "armstrong".

Then it could be something like Armstrong's Earth.

I know that there is a place called "Armstrong Station" in Canada, but I don't know if there is an earth station?

I also know that there is a space station called "Armstrong"

Sorry I can't be of more help, but I'm pretty confident about the Armstrong part. There are honestly millions of earth stations and things like that named after him.



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