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What was the problem with the baby? Did we have al the tools to fix it?

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I want one!
A man was throwing this tie away, so now it's mine. At least for 5 years.
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Fun story for anyone who spent time in a data center during the 1980's

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Clocks or bombs?

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Fly over Pluto’s icy plains & mountains! This simulated flyover of two regions on Pluto was created from our New Horizons spacecraft's #PlutoFlyby. The images were acquired on July 14 from a distance of 48,000 miles (77,000 kilometers). Features as small as one-half mile (1 kilometer) across are visible. https://youtu.be/0AbiygSo478

I'm having some issues with the charging schedule timers in my 500e. My on-peak hours are M-F 12pm-6pm. All other hours are off-peak.
I've tried setting weekdays charge from 6pm-12pm, and weekends from 12:30am-11:30pm. This seems to have problems in that it seems to stop charging at 11:30pm on Sunday night, and doesn't start up again, so on Monday morning there is often not enough charge.

Does anyone know how to set the timers so they will work for my TOU schedule? Is there any way to set the weekend timers for "anytime"?

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Just gave a few bucks towards this. It looks great.
[Evan's Note:] Around two years ago, I came to my father and asked him if he'd like to make an educational series here on earth, furthering the work he'd been doing on the ISS. He'd just returned from space, and was trying to decide what to do after he published his first book.

We discussed what we might want to make. We looked at the examples set by true rock stars like Smarter Every Day, Minute Physics, AsapSCIENCE and Veritasium, and tried to decide how we could possibly integrate an entire series into what was becoming an incredibly hectic schedule.

We settled on animation, released free to the world on YouTube. Since we wanted a series fun for kids, adults, and everyone in-between, it seemed wrong to limit anyone from taking part through the platform itself. Soon, though, reality reared its ugly head and a problem became apparent: If we were going to fund that dream, we were going to need some help. Your help.

Today, we're incredibly pleased to announce that our animated series, It's Not Rocket Science, is prepped for a Fall 2015 launch (with 10 monthly videos in the first season). With Patreon, you can help take part in the journey. We'd love for you to join us and follow along as we watch this thing grow.

patreon.com/notrocketscience

Finally - thanks to all of you for the enduring support so far. The response from fans is continuously overwhelming. I hope that this series can be my way of giving back. We're all so excited to be making this, and just know you're going to love it.

- Evan

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Cool sequence of images of Pluto 
We've come a long way in understanding Pluto since its discovery by American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh in 1930. Today, thanks to our New Horizons spacecraft, the dwarf planet is cleared than ever before. http://go.nasa.gov/1Ht2uwj
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Any you thought you had a pretty tool kit.

Also, looks like the ISS has both metric and SAE nuts to turn
Working on the European Modular Cultivation System in Columbus.
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