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moonshot

the launching of a spacecraft, rocket, etc., to the moon
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1 later learned Michael Sorkin was not invited to Google's sustainable NYC moonshot meeting.
The new HP Moonshot System not only expands their choices but also provides next-generation technology that can help them cope with exploding demands on their legacy video processing and transcoding infrastructures.
0 allows administrators to leverage Microsoft Windows Deployment Services servers to deploy operating systems to HP Moonshot System cartridges, including batch scheduling operating system deployments and automatically installing Leostream Agents on the cartridges.
The idea behind HP Project Moonshot is simple: design servers that are tailored to a specific application, capable of running at scale while using energy-efficient processors to achieve savings in power, space, and cost.
Kennedy's famous "Man on the Moon" speech in May 1961, and especially since the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) delivered on JFK's "goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth," succeeding presidents and the commentators who egg them on have been using the moonshot as a metaphor for successively less urgent, scientific, and attainable goals.
Other performers taking part include James Stephenson, The Mission's lead singer Wayne Hussey, Moonshot and Carla May.
It was used by NASA in the moonshot programme of the 1960s and 70s and its use in cars has been under development since the mid-90s.
regarding that company's Moonshot Beer, a 5% lager with caffeine.
Sao Paulo based production company Moonshot, for example, will produce a series for Sony's AXN this year, as well as a second season of the series 9mm: Sha Paulo for Fox.
We don't know where the bottom is yet, see no evidence that the bailout is working, and already, as Barry Ritholtz, author of Bailout Nation, points out, the bailout has cost more than the Marshall Plan, Louisiana Purchase, moonshot, S&L bailout, Korean War, New Deal, Iraq war, Vietnam war, and NASA's lifetime budget--combined
In recent months, James has made four critically acclaimed short films for Northern Film & Media, featured in Channel 4's 4Laughs 'top ten' of 2007, had his short film Moonshot UK - shot on Saltburn beach - shown at film festivals in London, Bristol and Toronto, compered the first sell-out Saltburn Comedy Festival of Edinburgh previews last year and played the Edinburgh Festival for the first time.