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  1. so, we try to make every friday a clan war 10 vs 10, but we need a little bit help. we need 2-3 more active players for the clan war. if you want a little bit fun, you can join our F|A group (no requirements, only some trophies and fun to play) you want join our group ??? ----> klick here for the info to join our gruop any question ??? our Discord channel - http://link.fearless-assassins.com/COR_DISCORD or contact me via PM for more information thanks leader DJ
  2. We are back AGAIN for more ETPro fun. Watch this Poster credits to Stavros <3 Event: ETPro Gamenights 2017 Date: Every Friday of 2017!! time: Starting at 20:00 CET (convert your timezone) Server Name: F|A EURO SCRIM SERVER AC ENABLED Server IP: Teamspeak IP: ts.clan-fa.com:4666 During the month of January we had Gamenights throughout the weekend, judging from these nights we have determined that Friday was the best option to host the gamenights for the rest of the year. Now I hear you say; "WHAT THE WHOLE YEAR?!?!" Yes we understand your surprise, but it is correct. Throughout the whole year of 2017 there will be gamenights every Friday. Crowd: "Wowww..." We hope to see you there! Sincerely, The ETpro Event Staff
  3. Has anyone successfully set up an ET Lan Party at home, i did setup a CS Source Lan party in a Cybercafe, and was thinking about hosting a Lan party event. Any thoughts ?
  4. Is there anyone who hasn't seen the iconic picture of Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin standing on the moon ? Or the equally famous Earthrise photo taken from lunar orbit by the Apollo 8 crew? They are justly famous because both are dramatic images that document two of the greatest moments in exploration: the first time humans left our planet behind, and the first time humans walked on another celestial body. Such images are so historic, in fact, that it's nearly impossible to find a book about space exploration that doesn't include them. And while there's nothing wrong with that — or with using any of the perhaps 200 other "greatest hits" pictures from the U.S. manned space program — for decades readers have been deprived of a much deeper look at that effort, ironically because the more famous photos are … well, more famous. Finding NASA's "lost" photos That reluctance by book authors and editors to go beyond easily accessible photos has limited the exposure of more rarely seen images, crowding them out. As a result, space photo archivist J.L. Pickering and I both realized something was wrong — that the public was missing out on seeing tens of thousands of other images that had simply been filed away and forgotten, languishing in NASA archives. These photos, filled with far more than astronauts and spacecraft, are just as important to the nation's understanding and appreciation of what the country accomplished as their more famous counterparts. They reveal the men and women behind the successes and failures of the early U.S. manned space program. We see their emotions, their workplaces, and glimpses of their everyday lives and culture on the job. We gain a much deeper knowledge of their procedures. These were historically significant moments in a time that would never be repeated — but they were locked away. This state of affairs was nothing new for J.L., who, as a high school student 42 years ago, had begun to suspect other images were out there. His first score, in 1973, was an 8 by 10 glossy of Apollo 15 astronaut Jim Irwin, which was shot during his training. The photo arrived in the mail after a barrage of letters he sent to a Florida tourist publication that used the image (the publication caught his eye because it used seldom-seen NASA images). After he confirmed his hunch by visiting NASA headquarters in Washington a couple of years later, he continued his decades-long quest to track down as many of these "lost" photos as possible. And while his collection currently numbers upward of 125,000 images (both prints and scans), we believe at least twice that many are still inaccessible in government repositories. What is the status of these photos? The negatives should still exist — most now reside at Archives II, a "Raiders of the Lost Ark"-like warehouse in College Park, Maryland. (The negatives of the most valuable manned-space images — the in-flight shots — are in cold storage in a special vault at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston; we have been inside!) But significant collections of "on-the ground" photos are also maintained at JSC and the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida, both in negative and print formats. So hopefully, at least they are being preserved in some way or another. NASA, however, simply does not have the time, resources, nor possibly interest to digitize its vast photo archives and post the images online. And if a tree falls in a forest and no one can see it, what's the value? That's where dedicated space historians like J.L. try to step in, albeit with mixed results. Happily, he managed to penetrate the back rooms of both centers before losing access. This success followed years of schmoozing and was based on unofficial personal relationships. But things have changed since then. At both centers, sympathetic staff members in the photo offices have retired or were let go. Former Apollo astronauts have tried to intervene, but with no luck. J.L. has drawn from other sources as well. During the 1980s and 1990s, he visited with many retired NASA employee and contractor photographers and managers who often had images to provide. The advent of online auctions and collector websites such as eBay have also provided material. [space History Images] In the public eye And while much material is still hidden away, we knew he had more than enough to publish books focusing on rare images or those that had never been released. The result is "Spaceshots and Snapshots of Projects Mercury and Gemini" (UNM Press, 2015) and "Moonshots and Snapshots of Project Apollo." The primary goal of both volumes is to offer readers hundreds of unusual behind-the-scenes images, but we soon realized another accomplishment: No previous space photography books had ever devoted a full chapter to each manned mission. Since modern digital scanners and software can repair vintage photos, J.L. removes imperfections and corrects color when appropriate. Many of the images now in his collection had previously been stored in an unfriendly environment that damaged them; this was particularly true of transparencies and negatives. A good scanner can touch up photographs in ways that were once unimaginable, restoring pictures that might have been considered to be unusable. From conversations with colleagues, J.L. knows that the restoration of vintage images can be controversial. His approach, however, is pragmatic and conservative: He only makes adjustments in a manner he judges to be as faithful as possible to the original. Today, his collection serves as a photo resource for authors, museums, astronauts and others. Captioning the past A wonderful byproduct of meeting so many people associated with the U.S. space program has been making new friends and listening to their recollections. For space enthusiasts like us, it really doesn't get much better than this: sitting down with someone like the late Paul Donnelly, Apollo launch operations manager, while he pulled out some photos and reminisced. Some of these conversations were included in our captions — one of the unusual aspects of the books. Rather than offering brief information to accompany each photo, I researched the depicted event, combed through NASA and contractor documents and searched online newspaper archives to provide many more details about the context of the image. We also wanted to identify as many of the nonastronauts in each picture as possible and give them credit, since most were nameless NASA, contractor or military personnel in the original caption information. The rank-and-file space workers on the ground were critical to the success of the program, and the survival of the crewmen. We hope our enthusiasm for this era of U.S. manned spaceflight is apparent in these books — but we also hope the images inspire the release of many more gems that might someday, somehow emerge from NASA's backrooms. Source http://www.space.com/ Article from friday 16/10/15 sorry for the delay...posted topic to anyone than didnt noticed about pics
  5. We hope nobody thought that the ETPRO Gamenights would end after July, because they wont! The fun continues every single friday! Event: ETPRO Gamenight Date: Every Friday Friday gamenights: August 14th (!), August 21th, August 28th, September 4th, September 11th, September 18th, September 25th Sunday gamenights: August 23, August 30, September 6th , September 13th, September 20th, September 27th. Time will be the same as on Fridays, from 19:00 to 21:00 London time. Time: 19:00-21:00 (London time GMT+1) Server Name: F|A EURO ETPRO OBJ SERVER -> http://et.trackbase.net/server/44319/ Server IP: or sw1.clan-fa.com:27970 You can convert London's timezone to yours ( http://www.timeandda.../converter.html ) or use the worldclock ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/uk/london ) (!) First gamenight is tomorrow, you better not miss it! Make sure you enjoy yourself

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