Volume 1 .... Number 16
By Edwy ap Edwin, staff writer
In Monday's TMS Times,
it was printed that the Anti-
Seabrook Demonstration article would be continued on Tuesday.
Instead, the TMS Times printed articles on the San Fransisco
earthquake of Monday evening, and the delay of the space shuttle
I was forcibly reminded of this error of omission when
Megan, her cheeks wet, sobbed, "You bumped me for the Space
Chagrined, I promised a "profuse and eloquent apology"
The TMS Times, facing competition by the journalism class's
new weekly, The Crescent Moon, has been revising its policies
rapidly as to the balance between national and local news. We
are sorry if some are inconvenienced by the new pol- icies.
The TMS Inquirer
... inquiring minds want to know ...
Mark was seen putting handcuffs on a struggling
terday afternoon. When asked about his actions, Mark said, "I
felt she had to be taken away."
The tables were turned on Mark later in the day, however,
when he was handcuffed and had no access to the key, five minutes
before his childcare workstudy, Attempts to pick the lock fail-
ed, but the holder of the key relented and Mark was free before
Earlier this week, a secret admirer distributed five pink
roses to five individuals on campus. Rumors indicate it was the
same secret admirer....
WHAT IS "GALILEO" ?
by Edith McCloud the Second, Staff Writer
The Galileo probe launch Wednesday is the
deep-space probe yet launched. Its electronics systems are de-
signed to detect and correct faults.
Galileo was originally designed to use the "space-shuttle
Contour booster rocker", but after the C hallenger accident, Gal-
ileo was redesigned to be launched from Earth's orbit by a low-
power solid-fuel engine. According to NASA, the engine, and minor
in-flight course corrections, will be powered by "themoelectric
generators fueled by plutonium pelets" delay reactions. Sources:
Electronic Engineering Times, October 9, 1989
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