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GLO 76

Post by Hramm » Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:16 pm

Preview out:
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Raw: Phase76 raw

Scanlation:
Phase 76 more download links at download ---> manga

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Post by andlgx » Wed Mar 19, 2008 1:55 am

:O

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Post by jkays » Wed Mar 19, 2008 6:21 am

I cant read russian but would i be right in assuming that the statue Alita is looking at is of Laika the first dog in space

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Post by Kern » Wed Mar 19, 2008 8:17 am

kudriawka Sputnik 6 in 1960

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Post by MrFaber » Wed Mar 19, 2008 11:44 am

I'm waiting to see how useless and pointless is this tail :D

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Post by Kamui04 » Wed Mar 19, 2008 4:35 pm

Actually searching for info and reading the few legible bits from that textbox, the dog is Laika. Yes, the dog & first living being that was sent into orbit in the sputnik-2 on nov 3, 1957, but the plate and textbox are using her original name, Kudryavka.

Some blog entries I found about her.
http://transcendentalbloviation.blogspo ... -wake.html
http://ideonexus.com/2007/11/03/50th-an ... vka-laika/

Quick trans

Phase;76 I'll show to the whole world.
Text: Those unexplored fields
Text: are there for us to explore!
TL Note: the literal translation is "The walls/barriers known as unexplored fields(or unprecedented discoveries/achievements) are there to tear holes in them". Yes, that's the literal translation so don't complain.
Textbox: Space Dog Kudryavka
Textbox: кудрявка
Textbox: preview not legible enough to read completely, but for short it mentions Laika's launch into orbit in the Sputnik-2 on Nov. 3, 1957.


Venusian: What the hell is this!?
Text: An state of emergency stirs Mbadi to act.
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Post by HumanRage » Wed Mar 19, 2008 4:52 pm

yeah, more ladder council, and more french-venusian-baby-eaters :P
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Post by Twitchywrote » Wed Mar 19, 2008 6:50 pm

MrFaber wrote:I'm waiting to see how useless and pointless is this tail :D
Well, don't forget, she wove that body from the inside of Tungunska (sp?), so she may have just used it as a residual image.
Besides, it swatted away Frova. :)

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Post by Akumeno » Wed Mar 19, 2008 9:06 pm

Yes More GLO!!!!! most find a stick and poke crazyankan, Thanks in advance dude!! :D
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Post by crazyankan » Wed Mar 19, 2008 11:34 pm

Will start on a LQ scanlation right after I get the script. I promise!

And stop poking me with sticks all the time ;)
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Post by Sergio Nova » Wed Mar 19, 2008 11:36 pm

Anxiously awaiting the link to download it.

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Post by Sergio Nova » Wed Mar 19, 2008 11:45 pm

crazyankan wrote:Will start on a LQ scanlation right after I get the script. I promise!

And stop poking me with sticks all the time ;)
Well, as you must be aware, there are guys who like that!!

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Post by Sergio Nova » Wed Mar 19, 2008 11:48 pm

HumanRage wrote:yeah, more ladder council, and more french-venusian-baby-eaters :P
Did you really like the idea of French eating children?
Initially I understood that as a bad taste joke with haute cuisine.
But perhaps there is a pun with some sexual perversion, although I believe such things exist everywhere (especially in Japan, so he did not need to use French as models).

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Post by Akumeno » Thu Mar 20, 2008 1:18 am

well is common to blame always the outsider guy :shock:
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Post by ederly » Thu Mar 20, 2008 7:08 am

Are they watching the tower under zalem ?

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Post by hepar » Thu Mar 20, 2008 7:11 am

I can clean the first page (as I did for GLO75) for you on the weekend if you like.

Kosmonauts claim that when it's complete silence on ISS at night sometimes you can hear a dog barking in space.
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Post by Kamui04 » Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:16 am

No need to waste time cleaning that Lo-res image Hepar, wait till the raw it out. Hope they upload it around the weekend >.<

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Post by Kern » Thu Mar 20, 2008 11:34 am

The first animals intentionally sent into space were fruit flies, accompanied by corn seeds aboard a U.S.-launched V2 rocket in 1947. The purpose of the experiment was to explore the effects of radiation exposure at high altitudes. Some further V2 missions carried biological samples, including moss.

Albert II, a Rhesus Monkey, became the first monkey in space on June 14, 1949, in a U.S.-launched V2, (after the failure of the original Albert's mission). Albert II died on impact after a parachute failure. Numerous monkeys of several species were flown by the U.S. in the 1950s.

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Post by MrFaber » Thu Mar 20, 2008 12:27 pm

>Are they watching the tower under zalem ?

Unlikely, if Kaos and Vector even started its constuction it can't ben far over the preliminar works, like foundings and even workers' apartaments. Ah, not mentioning the scraps removal, the tower have to be build in the place of the main scrap pile. :)

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Post by hepar » Thu Mar 20, 2008 1:01 pm

Kern wrote:The first animals intentionally sent into space were fruit flies, accompanied by corn seeds aboard a U.S.-launched V2 rocket in 1947. The purpose of the experiment was to explore the effects of radiation exposure at high altitudes. Some further V2 missions carried biological samples, including moss.
Soviet Government doesn't consider this low attitudes as "space" or "kosmos".
Before launching Sputnik-I and II soviet engineers sent dogs on low attitudes 8 or so times too. I think 2 dogs died that time in an accident and one ran away from space city to be never found.

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Post by hepar » Thu Mar 20, 2008 1:06 pm

Kamui04 wrote:No need to waste time cleaning that Lo-res image Hepar, wait till the raw it out.
Yes, I'm talking about good-looking raw to clean.

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Post by Cailon » Thu Mar 20, 2008 6:06 pm

hepar wrote:and one ran away from space city to be never found.
Maybe it was complete silence in space and the dog heard another dogs bark :D. Funny story though!

Anyway, I like Kishiro for accrediting the sowjet space program. Everyone only talks about the first landing on the surface of the moon today, but Sputnik, Laika and Gagarin were the real beginning.
The chapter seems to be a mix of the ZOTT intermission andsome new events; as everyone, I can't await it!

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Post by Kern » Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:25 pm

Before Sputnik, in 1946, scientists in the New Mexico desert were able to see the first-ever

picture of earth as it is seen from space.

The grainy, black-and-white photos were taken from an altitude of 65 miles by a 35-millimeter

motion picture camera riding on a V-2 missile launched from the White Sands Missile Range.

Snapping a new frame every second and a half, the rocket-borne camera climbed straight up, then

fell back to Earth minutes later, slamming into the ground at 500 feet per second. The camera

itself was smashed, but the film, protected in a steel cassette, was unharmed.

Fred Rulli was a 19-year-old enlisted man assigned to the recovery team that drove into the

desert to retrieve film from those early V-2 shots. When the scientists found the cassette in

good shape, he recalls, "They were ecstatic, they were jumping up and down like kids." Later,

back at the launch site, "when they first projected [the photos] onto the screen, the scientists

just went nuts."

Before 1946, the highest pictures ever taken of the Earth’s surface were from the Explorer II

balloon, which had ascended 13.7 miles in 1935, high enough to discern the curvature of the

Earth. The V-2 cameras reached more than five times that altitude, where they clearly showed the

planet set against the blackness of space. When the movie frames were stitched together, the

panoramas covered a million square miles or more at a single glance. As Clyde Holliday, the

engineer who developed the camera, wrote in National Geographic in 1950, the V-2 photos showed

for the first time "how our Earth would look to visitors from another planet coming in on a

space ship."

It was one of many firsts for the V-2 research program of the late 1940s, during which the Army

fired dozens of captured German missiles brought to White Sands in 300 railroad cars at the end

of the war. While the missileers used the V-2s to refine their own rocket designs, scientists

were invited to pack instruments inside the nosecone to study temperatures, pressures, magnetic

fields and other physical characteristics of the unexplored upper atmosphere.

Holliday’s discussion of the photos therefore leaned toward the technical. In those days before

Walt Disney and Collier’s magazine planted the idea of space exploration in the public

imagination, he was even sparing with his use of the term "space." The V-2 photos, he wrote in

1950, were taken in "the little-known reaches of the upper air." Today, even though the

definition is somewhat arbitrary, anything above 100 kilometers (62.5 miles) is considered

space.

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Post by HumanRage » Fri Mar 21, 2008 2:48 am

Sergio wrote:
HumanRage wrote:yeah, more ladder council, and more french-venusian-baby-eaters :P
Did you really like the idea of French eating children?
Initially I understood that as a bad taste joke with haute cuisine.
But perhaps there is a pun with some sexual perversion, although I believe such things exist everywhere (especially in Japan, so he did not need to use French as models).
i'm french, and it makes me laugh because we usually say people living in the north of France do eat people ( that may be true, but it's rare, but when it happens, it's in the north :P )
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Post by hepar » Fri Mar 21, 2008 6:19 am

Cailon wrote:Maybe it was complete silence in space and the dog heard another dogs bark :D. Funny story though!
The dog who had to fly in rocket on low attitudes, named Bolek, suddenly disappeared from Space City. So scientists cougt some unlucky stray dog and put her in rocket without any training. (Her name was later anounced as 'ZIB' - Missing Bolek Proxy). After that they let unharmed dog go.

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