Will ispace complete three lunar lander missions in three years?
No. ispace currently has no plans to complete three lunar lander missions in three years. The company has said that its goal is to launch its first lunar lander mission after it carries out a test flight of its first Hyperion rocket. The earliest possible target launch date for the first lunar lander mission is 2021. ispace is also planning to send its first commercial lunar mission to the moon in 2022, followed by a sample-return mission in 2024.
How do I export files from procreate to iTunes?
1. Open procreate and open the drawing you would like to export.
2. Tap on the Action menu at the top of the page and then tap Export.
3. Select where you would like to export your file to. You can select iTunes if you would like.
4. You will be prompted to enter a file name for the exported file and select a file format.
5. When you are done, tap Export and the file will be saved to the iTunes library on your device.
What is a 30 amp charge controller?
A 30 amp charge controller is a device that works with a solar energy system to regulate the amount of solar energy that is sent to the batteries. The charge controller prevents the batteries from overcharging and allows for the optimal use of the solar energy. It also protects the batteries from surges of energy from other sources, such as the utility grid.
How do I create a J2EE web module deployment profile?
1. Go to Eclipse and create a Dynamic Web Project.
2. Right-click on the project and select Properties.
3. In the Properties window that opens, select the “Deployment Assembly” category.
4. Add the source folders and web deploying artifacts you wish to include in the deployment profile.
5. Select the “J2EE Module Dependencies” option.
6. Add any external libraries you wish to include in the deployment profile.
7. Select the “Modules” option.
8. Enter the name of the J2EE web module you wish to create.
9. Click Apply and then OK.
The new deployment profile will now be available in the Eclipse workspace.
How do I scale the content of a node in JavaFX?
In JavaFX you can use a scaling transformation to adjust the size of a node. The scaling
transformations can be applied using the setScaleX() and setScaleY() methods on the node instance.
For example, the following code will scale the width and height of a node by 0.5:
How did the tiger mosquito get to Texas?
The tiger mosquito is believed to have arrived in the United States sometime in 1986 in a shipment of used tires from Asia. It likely hitched a ride along the East Coast, eventually making its way to Texas. The species is thought to have become firmly established in Texas by the early 1990s.