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; AEB) is the civilian authority in Brazil responsible for the country's burgeoning space program.
To name some of its features: Just extract the archive to any dir (*) and start (Windows), or ./dbgl (Linux).
A regularly updated listing of planned orbital missions from spaceports around the globe. 15: Adding window for Falcon 9/Formosat 5; Ariane 5/Intelsat 37e & BSAT 4a delayed; Antares/OA-8 delayed; Adding time for Minotaur-C/Sky Sats; Adding Falcon 9/Hispasat 30W-6; Falcon 9/Space X CRS 13 delayed; Adding Falcon 9/Bangabandhu 1; Adding Falcon 9/SES 16/Gov Sat 1; Adding date for Atlas 5/SBIRS GEO Flight 4; Adding Falcon 9/Space X CRS 14; Soyuz/Progress 70P delayed; Adding Soyuz 55S; Adding timeframe for Atlas 5/AEHF 4; Adding Delta 4-Heavy/Parker Solar Probe Aug. 10: Updating window for H-2A/Michibiki 3; Adding Proton/Blagovest; Adding time for Soyuz 52S A Space X Falcon 9 rocket will launch the Formosat 5 Earth observation satellite for Taiwan’s National Space Organization (NSPO). ORS 5, also known as Sensor Sat, is designed to scan for other satellites and debris to aid the U. military’s tracking of objects in geosynchronous orbit, replacing capability previously provided by the SBSS mission. [July 26]A Russian government Soyuz rocket will launch the crewed Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station with members of the next Expedition crew. [July 26]A Space X Falcon 9 rocket will launch the SES-11/Echo Star 105 hybrid communications satellite to replace the AMC-15 and AMC-18 satellites.
16: Adding date and window for H-2A/Michibiki 3; Adjusting window for Minotaur 4/ORS 5 Aug.
It tries to make creating DOSBox configuration files a little easier by offering a (relatively) simple interface, some shortcuts and a little bit of intelligence (DOSBox behavior).
Once your DOS games are configured in DBGL, its very easy to setup or start them, or alter their configuration or associated DOSBox version.
Brazil successfully launched its first rocket into space on 23 October 2004 from the Alcântara Launch Center; it was a VSB-30 launched on a sub-orbital mission. On March 30, 2006, AEB astronaut Marcos Pontes became the first Brazilian and the first native Portuguese-speaking person to go into space, where he stayed on the International Space Station for a week.