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    January 19, 2020

    in this video you will see how I made a boat with a motor of foam we take a piece of foam and cut out of it the shape we need the base mark a place for a motor with a fan and make a hole for it take a small motor with a fan and put it in its place we will cut some strips of polyfoam for the ship with the help of glue fix the motor of a homemade boat take a compartment for two AAA batteries and solder the ship power button to it power button in place cut off the extra wires and connect the motor to the power supply take a soldering iron and solder wires well isolating contacts we put glue on the food case and fasten it on the boat glue the nose of the ship into place also glue the side parts, then reduce them a little glue the bottom of the ship self-made boat turned out beautiful, go to testing launch the ship with the engine running like the boat put like under the video, answer the questions in the comments

    SHIP Interview Eloise Dennis
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    SHIP Interview Eloise Dennis

    January 19, 2020

    I had seen SHIP offering this service
    and I thought I think that’s the way to go so I called them and I was on board Being an octogenarian and not receptive to change We just stayed with the current carrier we had for our Medicare supplement and soon found out that after a year there were many differences in the premiums so I thought well this is worth
    a little comparative shopping I was not too adept at navigating the
    government website but I had seen SHIP
    offering this service and I thought I think that’s the way to go and there was
    an office right at the hospital so I called them and I was on board
    and I had my first appointment and oh what a neat experience to walk in and find that my counselor was going to be
    a former fourth-grade student but she soon was very efficient
    at making a comparison of the different premiums out there
    for the prescription insurance and it didn’t take long to decide that I could
    certainly be having a benefit to change the carrier One year a drug was $41 the next year it was $3 with another company This doesn’t seem right but it’s so and so it was to our benefit that the Medicare counselor was able to head us in the right direction but what was interesting was every year
    I went back and almost every year it was
    to our benefit to change carriers and I know there are a lot of people out there who say well I have to choose between
    food and my prescription and I think these
    past two years the other prescriptions are never more than $2 or $3 and had it not been for the counselor
    we would not been aware of that I think unfortunately there’s things out there
    that elderly do not understand and we often discuss how difficult
    it must be for some of the retirees to understand these programs
    and they never knew how much benefit they could have if they had used the
    Medicare counselor and found out that there was
    considerable savings there to be had State health insurance assistance programs Available in your area Local, unbiased, and trusted Medicare help visit
    for more information Depending on your area the SHIP program may also be known
    by one of these names

    How The World’s Largest Cruise Ship Makes 30,000 Meals Every Day
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    How The World’s Largest Cruise Ship Makes 30,000 Meals Every Day

    January 19, 2020

    Narrator: Every week,
    over 6,600 people vacation aboard the world’s largest cruise ship. And all those people need to eat three, four, eight times a day. Allan Gentile: You have to
    calculate. There is breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus
    snacks, plus night, plus all 24-hour food all around. And that never stop. Narrator: Ship kitchens run 24/7, manned by a culinary team
    of more that 1,000 people. They dish out over 30,000
    meals every single day. And they do it all from compact kitchens on a rocking ship. So how does all this food
    make it to the plate? We’ll start on the loading
    dock on a Saturday. This is turnaround day, when all new food is delivered to deck two. Jaret de Silva: This is basically a place that you would not like to be on on turnaround day when we are loading. It’s busy, busy, super busy. Narrator: That’s Jaret. He orders food for the ship’s 23 different restaurants. Every week, Jaret’s got a
    $1 million shopping budget. All of that is just
    for seven days of food. Sometimes, Jaret will tweak his orders based on who’s coming aboard. More kids means more chicken fingers. De Silva: That’s how the operation runs. We monitor it on a daily basis, what has been used,
    what has not been used. And then we adjust our orders accordingly. But by in large, being in Miami, having the same number of people, it’s almost the same every cruise. Narrator: On turnaround day, 30 trucks arrive at Miami Port. They’re carrying 500
    pallets worth of inventory, and all that has to be loaded
    onto the ship by 4 p.m. De Silva: Any delay in
    our operation can hamper the sail away of the
    ship, which is, again, a big logistic requirement. Narrator: Over 600,000
    pounds of food and drinks are provisioned for just
    one week of sailing. Once on board, everything is moved along the ship’s secret highway. This is I-95, and it runs the entire length of the ship on deck two. De Silva: We separate all the stores to the different locations that they are supposed to go. We have about 20 different storerooms, divided into freezers, fridges, walk-in fridges, and dry stores. Narrator: Seafood, meat,
    vegetables, and fruit are all divided and stored
    in separate fridges. De Silva: If you come towards
    the end of the cruise, this box will be almost empty with a few fruits that are
    needed for two more days, which we keep as backup stock. Narrator: There are also six freezers. That’s where the 700 pounds of ice cream that’ll be eaten each week are stored. Dry goods are stored down on deck one. De Silva: Full of spices, full of chocolate in this storeroom, coffee. It’s nice to be in this storeroom. Narrator: An elevator
    gets the food downstairs. Jaret’s team checks all of the food for quality control every day. If produce is ripening
    faster than expected, they try to work it into another meal. For example, overripe
    broccoli could go into broccoli cheddar soup
    instead of being tossed. Once inventory is stored,
    restaurants on upper decks put in food orders with Jaret. Chefs will come downstairs,
    pick up their order, and cart it away to be cooked. That’s where this guy comes in. German Eladio Rijo Rijo:
    Any food on board this beautiful ship, anything you’re eating, is my responsibility. Whenever you have beautiful
    potato fry, it’s mine. Rice is mine, pâté is
    mine, pastry is mine. Salad, shrimp, whatever you’re
    eating is my responsibility. Narrator: Rijo’s team of 280
    chefs run the kitchens 24/7. Each chef works 10- to 12-hour days. Contracts typically last four months, without a single day off. Rijo: Some of the people start to work at 8 p.m. in the morning all the way to 2 p.m., take a break, come back again 5 p.m.,
    feeding by 9:30 p.m.. Then other group starts to
    work at 10 p.m. in the night, all the way to 10 a.m. in the morning. So we cover day and night productions. Narrator: Chefs on board cook up nearly 100 different menus every week. All the menus are developed at Royal Caribbean’s Miami headquarters. And every week, chefs stick
    to the same rotation of menus, cooking up everything from racks of lamb to hand-rolled sushi. The food has to be diverse to match Symphony of the Seas’
    international passengers vacationing at all kinds of price points. Rijo: We try to please everybody and to make sure that everybody find what you’re looking for. Narrator: All the cooking
    happens in 36 kitchens, or galleys, as they’re called on a ship. There are 12 specialty
    restaurants on board, costing up to $50 a person, and each of those restaurants
    has its own small galley. In those tight quarters, chefs crank out the same menu every day. At Jamie’s Italian, it’s fresh pasta. At Hooked, it’s over 2,000
    oysters shucked per cruise. But the largest amount of food is reserved for the main dining room,
    which spans three decks and serves up to 6,000 people a night. Eating here is included in your ticket. Before food heads up to the main galleys, it starts in one of the
    prep kitchens, off I-95. There’s a butcher shop. De Silva: Butcher! Good morning! These are the gentlemen looking after all the meat cuts. Narrator: The butcher goes through about 15,000 pounds of beef and 9,700 pounds of chicken each week. There’s also a veggie-cutting room and a fish-thawing box. Lobster is the most popular
    dish in main dining. The ship goes through about 2,100 pounds of lobster tails every week. Finally, the food heads
    upstairs to the main galley. The ship’s biggest kitchen
    is broken down by categories. Desserts, bread, cold food, and hot food. In dessert, chefs whip
    up cakes, chocolates, and 100 different types of pastries. Over in the bread bakery, they make 40 different kinds of bread
    from all over the world, all from scratch. But the real hustle comes
    just before the dinner rush. 6,000 hungry passengers
    in the main dining room. Remember Rijo? Before dinner prep starts, he has to approve all the dishes. Narrator: Rijo tries each dish and gives his critiques. Narrator: Chefs take his
    notes and get cooking. Chefs can see a tally of each
    dish ordered up on screens. The system also keeps track
    of how much inventory is used. In the cold room, salads and appetizers like carpaccio come together. In the hot room, chefs dish out soups, sauces, sides, and mains. Narrator: Finally, waiters
    deliver those dishes to hungry passengers out in main dining. Between the chefs, inventory crew, waiters, and dishwashers, it
    takes a team of 1,085 people to keep this massive operation going. Together, they cook nearly
    11 million meals each year. And they’re doing it all on a moving ship. Gentile: The ship is rocking,
    then all the equipment is built to the ship rocking. And in whatever moment,
    maybe the ship moves, somebody don’t put one
    break in one trolley, and you see that trolley flying away. It happen. That’s why all the cooks
    always pay attention with that. Narrator: But if crew members
    are doing their job right, passengers won’t even know
    any of it’s happening. They’ll just get back to eating their eighth meal of the day.

    Viking Star Cruise Ship Review and 2018/19 Itinerary Baltics Caribbean Mediterranean
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    Viking Star Cruise Ship Review and 2018/19 Itinerary Baltics Caribbean Mediterranean

    January 16, 2020

    everybody it’s Bruce here with traveling
    with Bruce welcome to my channel today we’re gonna talk about this ship right
    here the Viking star she’s a beauty she was launched only three years ago in
    2015 coming in at 48,000 tons and to give you an idea of what that means
    a typical carnival ship that can hold 3,000 passengers or a ship like a
    princess cruise liner or a hone America cruise liner
    these ships come in around 95,000 tons well double this weight but they’ll have
    anywhere from two to three thousand passengers this ship nine hundred and
    thirty passengers that’s it she’s 745 feet long she’s 95 feet wide
    and she has a crew of 465 and that’s is a very high crew ratio to passenger
    ratio basically one one crew member for two passengers very high excellent
    service all rooms balcony rooms no inside rooms whatsoever are available on
    this cruise ship everyone gets a beautiful view there are no children
    allowed on the cruise either everyone has to be 18 and over and it makes for a
    different cruise experience from Carnival or Disney or Royal Caribbean or
    anyone else free Wi-Fi is included in your fare there’s no extra charge for
    any of the specialty dining restaurants here’s a peek at one of the balcony
    rooms by the way and with a king-size bed there’s another one right here a
    little larger unit here with a seating area the larger balcony rooms are a
    little more expensive obviously they come with a fully stocked minibar and
    you can bring alcohol on board the ship by the way if you WA think it off the
    ship and the Caribbean or want to bring a bottle rum onboard no problem enjoy
    your drinking your own booze instead of theirs they don’t mind this here is the
    winter garden beautiful area to have some tea or coffee in the afternoon
    royal cake visit with some friends and hang out beautiful place short
    excursions are also included in all fairs so if you’re going off the ship
    for the day you can take advantage of a prepaid short
    excursion that’s included and it these are very popular as I said Wi-Fi is
    included so you can take your tablet check your email or send messages back
    home spa is also included you don’t have to pay extra to use any of the spa
    facilities so whether you want to go not into the spa the water or into the sauna
    or like this gentleman you want to get in the sauna first get nice and hot and
    then go into the the ice room you can go in there or do what I’d like to do I
    wouldn’t mind being this guy getting under that bucket there and getting
    drenched and cooling down and telling off a little bit taking a rest or lying
    down here one of these he bit louder look at those nice nice ship no casino
    on board there are no water slides on work because there are no kids on board
    it’s a quiet ship a lot of quiet nooks to go read a book or just relax enjoy
    the view here’s the obviously the pool with the roof closed in overhead this is
    the back of the ship where there’s an infinity pool just absolutely marvelous
    the ship has it all now the schedule for this cruise ship in 2018 from July to
    the end of August this ship is in the baltic region and the british isles so
    it’ll be in Norway Sweden the United Kingdom an average cost per night for
    those cruises until the end of August will run about 500 a night per person on
    September the 22nd until October the 6th the ship is leaving Bergen in in Norway
    it’s heading to Montreal in Canada 14 night cruise about 514 dollars a night
    then from October 6 to the 18th it’s leaving Montreal sailing to New York
    City for 12 nights $500 a night for that cruise those that you’ll see some
    spectacular fall colors on those cruises bring your camera once she leaves sub
    New York after the 18th of October she’ll be in the Caribbean area working
    out of Miami until November the 22nd and on November 22nd the ship leaves
    for a 21-day trip Panama Canal cruise to Los Angeles that three-week cruise will
    run 333 dollars a night and that once she reaches LA on December 13th she
    turns around that night leaves LA and goes for 21 days back to Miami it’s a
    back-to-back two three-week cruises in a row the second cruise is $323 a night
    back to Miami oh you’ll celebrate Christmas and New
    Year’s on the trip back to Miami in Miami from January the 3rd of September
    the 28th she will do a series of one-week Caribbean cruises and then and
    those will run about 428 a night by the way
    and then on February 28th you can board this ship for a 26 day cruise from Miami
    all the way to Venice and what a fantastic cruise that will be $300 a
    night for that repositioning cruise that is the best bargain on this ship for the
    foreseeable future because once you land in Venice on March the 26th this ship
    will now stay in the Mediterranean and Greece area until January 2020 the
    average cost per night their Santorini by the way average cost per night four
    hundred and fifty to five hundred and fifty dollars through the spring summer
    fall and to the end of the year into early 2020 the Viking star what a
    gorgeous liner six star luxury top-notch dining excellent service and you can’t
    go wrong here with about any room on this ship whether you’re taking a
    one-week cruise or three-week repositioning cruise or or any kind of
    cruise in between you’ll see some of the best sights have a great time thanks for
    joining me today I hope you liked the video give me a thumbs up if you did
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    January 15, 2020

    The US Navy said on Friday that a Russian
    warship “aggressively approached” a US Navy destroyer while it was operating in the North
    Arabian Sea, ignoring warnings from the US vessel and increasing the risk of a collision. The U.S warship was an Arleigh burke class
    destroyer USS Farragut and the Russian one was Ivan Hurs, a Yuriy Ivanov class intelligence
    collection ship. According to U.S defense officials, the Russian
    came as close as 180 feet to the US ship before changing course. The incident dubbed as unsafe or provocative
    is the latest instance of a close encounter between US and Russian military forces. This comes around seven months after another
    incident in the Pacific when US and Russian warships came very close and the US ship had
    to perform an emergency maneuver to avoid a collision. In this video Defense Updates analyzes why
    Russian warship Yuriy Ivanov had no option but to change course when confronted by USS
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    20 million players from all over the world! The US Navy’s 5th Fleet, which oversees naval
    operations in the Middle East, released a statement which stated,
    “On Thursday, Jan. 9, while conducting routine operations in the North Arabian Sea, USS Farragut
    was aggressively approached by a Russian Navy ship. Farragut sounded five short blasts, the international
    maritime signal for danger of a collision, and requested the Russian ship alter course
    in accordance with international rules of the road. The Russian ship initially refused but ultimately
    altered course.” The statement further added, “While the Russian
    ship took action, the initial delay in complying with international rules while it was making
    an aggressive approach increased the risk of collision.” As per the reports, the Russian vessel finally
    turned away after bridge-to-bridge radio communication was established with USS Farragut. The Russian Defense Ministry responded Friday
    by accusing the USS Farragut of initiating dangerous maneuvers. The Defense Ministry said in a statement that
    the US Navy’s claim “doesn’t correspond with reality,” and accused the crew of the USS
    Farragut of acting “unprofessionally.” The statement stated,
    “It was the US Navy destroyer, being on the left of the Russian warship that was moving
    forward, grossly violated international rules for preventing collisions of ships at sea
    on January 9, 2020, having made a maneuver to cross [the Russian ship’s] course,” The Russian Defense Ministry added further,
    “The crew of the Russian warship acted professionally, taking a maneuver that prevented a collision
    with the intruder vessel,” Viewers may note that Russia had responded
    similarly after the encounter in June, claiming it was the US ship that instigated the incident,
    That incident was between Ticonderoga-class cruiser USS Chancellorsville and Russian Udaloy-class
    destroyer Admiral Vinogradov. Ivan Khurs is a Yuriy Ivanov class ship. The Yuriy Ivanov class (Project 18280) is
    a new type of Russian intelligence collection ship. The class is designed by the JSC Central Design
    Bureau Iceberg. The displacement of the ships of this class
    is around 4,000 tons and they have a cruising range of approximately 8,000 miles or 13,000
    km. The vessels of this class are designed for
    providing communication. The first ship, Yuriy Ivanov, was laid down
    in 2004 and was launched on 30 September 2013. Ivan Khurs was the second ship of this class
    and was launched on 16 May 2017. Russia plans to build at least four ships
    of this class by 2020. Ivan Khurs’s armament consists of light
    anti-aircraft weapons. The ship on its performance characteristics
    and capabilities is considerably superior to similar vessels of previous generations
    mainly due to the versatility and high level of automation and systems integration. USS Farragut (DDG-99) is the 49th ship of
    the Arleigh Burke class Arleigh Burke-class warships were designed
    as multi-mission destroyers capable of Anti Aircraft Warfare (AAW), Anti Submarine Warfare
    (ASW) and Anti Surface Warfare (ASuW). She was built by Bath Iron Works and was commissioned
    on 10 June 2006 and is currently operating as part of the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft
    carrier group. USS Farragut has an overall length of 509
    feet (155 m) and a displacement of about 9,200 tons. She is powered by 4 × General Electric LM2500-30
    gas turbines producing 100,000 hp (75 MW) that drive 2 shafts. USS Farragut has a speed of 30+ knots (55+
    km/h) and a range of 4,400 nmi (8,100 km) The Arleigh Burke class of guided missile
    destroyers (DDGs) is the United States Navy’s first class of destroyers built around the
    Aegis Combat System. The Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System
    is a United States Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency program, developed to provide
    missile defense against short to intermediate-range ballistic missiles. Aegis BMD is designed to intercept ballistic
    missiles post-boost phase and prior to reentry. It enables USS Farragut to shoot down enemy
    ballistic missiles by expanding the Aegis Combat System with the addition of the AN/SPY-1
    radar and Standard missile technologies. Aegis BMD-equipped vessels can transmit their
    target detection information to other systems and, if needed, engage potential threats using
    either the SM-2 or SM-3 missile. The AN/SPY-1 RADAR is an advanced, automatic
    detect and track, multifunctional phased-array radar. This high-powered (4 MW) radar is able to
    perform search, track and missile guidance functions simultaneously with a capability
    of over 100 targets. USS Farragut carries a lethal array of sophisticated
    weaponry. It has in total of 96 cell Mk 41 Vertical
    Launch System (VLS) divided into two blocks of 32 & 64 cells. These can be configured with the combination
    of the following weapons, based on the mission. 1. RIM-66M-5 Standard SM-2MR Block IIIB for Air
    Defense & Anti Ship role. 2. RIM-156A SM-2ER Block IV for Anti Aircraft
    & Anti Ship role 3. RIM-161 SM-3 for Ballistic missile defense. It can also be used as an Anti-satellite weapon. 4. RIM-162A ESSM for anti-missile role. It can be quad packed in single Mk 41 cell. 5. RIM-174A Standard ERAM or SM 6 for anti-air
    warfare including Ballistic missile defense. It can also be used as a high speed anti-ship
    missile. 6. BGM-109 Tomahawk for land attack. 7. RUM-139A VL-ASROC anti-submarine missile USS Farragutalso has 2 × Mk 141 Harpoon Missile
    Launcher for Anti Ship role as well as 2 × Mark 32 triple torpedo tubes are present for launching
    Mk-46 or Mk-50 torpedoes. 2 MH-60R Seahawk LAMPS III helicopters are
    available for Anti Submarine Warfare. Other than these, it is equipped with a long-range
    5-inch naval gun. The warship is also equipped with are multiple
    short-range weapon systems which include the Phalanx CIWS and M242 Bushmaster cannon. The displacement of USS Farragut is more than
    twice that of Yuriy Ivanov. It is also a full-fledged offensive platform
    Yuriy Ivanov has no anti ship capability whereas USS Farragut has multiple weapons for that
    role. USS Farragut has the ability to take out Yuriy
    Ivanov from both short and long ranges. It is good that the sane minds prevailed and
    Yuriy Ivanov moved out of the way, it was no match for the USS Farragut. But this kind of encounter is getting increasingly
    frequent and one of the reasons behind this is Russia’s newfound confidence. Recently Russian ship Victor Leonov which
    is equipped with electronic surveillance gear was lurking off the East Coast of the United
    States. To know more on that, viewers can check the
    video on the above card. Belligerence and rough maneuvers can lead
    to a skirmish between two of the most powerful countries in the world and both the counties
    need to be careful about his going forward.

    المهدي والسفينة – The Mahdi and the ship
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    المهدي والسفينة – The Mahdi and the ship

    January 14, 2020

    Al Mobasherat “Promising dreams” of Al Mahdi and Issa(Jesus) peace be upon him Channel – On The way of Prophet Mohammad and Early Muslim Generation Belief The Mahdi and the ship ln the name of Allah, the entirely merciful,the especially merciful – peace and Allah’s mercy and blessings be upon you – Blessing upon muhammad, his family and all his companions Posted in 5 – 3 – 2018 I saw the Mahdi and I knew that he was standing on the seashore and it was a very large ship came towards him and had a very large message in a white envelope in the size of the ship and the ship is empty of anyone then I saw the imam became very very large to the point that he embraced the ship and his arms surrounding the sea. It came to myself the verse of Quran “Take the book with strength( take the Scripture with determination) ” And I said, “Glory be to ALLAH , is this kind of power is present .” The interpretation of Sheikh Alama Farekah of the dream
    Note : “Alama Farekah” is a nickname, which means “distinctive sign” The interpretation date 21 – 3 – 2018 The dream promises on the Mahdi when he comes out, ALLAH will give him the strength(power) so that everything will be in his hand, and ALLAH knows best

    Elite Dangerous MEGA Ship DESTROYED and Federal Fleet Pasted
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    Elite Dangerous MEGA Ship DESTROYED and Federal Fleet Pasted

    January 13, 2020

    Hello it’s commander Ricardo I mean the
    pleiades sector I uh – wd1 five five where there’s two
    reported incidents that have come across our screens lately one is a federal
    fleet that’s been destroyed when we’ve seen those other places before they’re
    always worthwhile checking out to see what’s going on and also one of the mega
    ships a cargo class ship for Samson or a Samson classic I worship has been
    attacked by thyroids or is being attacked by third waves this video was
    been unable to take a little journey to see these events clearly Erica federal
    fleet and said another right pasted obviously these ships haven’t had the
    engineered experimental weapons from the aegis institution you’ve got a destroyed capital ship
    several Corvettes and assault ships there is a private distress beacon
    available in the system that you can scan it doesn’t offer up any information
    or while I stood around it didn’t make any statement or transmission while I
    was there so quite a typical but what we’ve come
    to expect from the federation and imperial engagements against the
    fireworks the corrosive damage on the ships giving
    off that green hue or mist in the area a typical badly returned quite a bit of salvage swell in the area
    if you put enough cargo space to pick it up assault plans military fabrics
    hydrogen fuel damaged escape pods and the like the
    Fargo’s didn’t leave any survivors give up escape pod is damaged well seeing one you basically seen them
    all in my opinion so I think it’s time to move on now to the other point of
    interest in the area which is the attacked mega ship there’s only a few
    light seconds away from the distress call and plenty of thyroid activity in
    the area instantaneously as we jump in there’s our boy
    there’s our protagonist the the thyroid scanning us is the atypical mist around
    the cargo ship has taken severe damage still more scanning by the thyroid being
    done as picking up different items of cargo
    as well we’ve seen this before when the thirds are in system
    we have a purge hunt for meta a Lurie’s and players have come across by feeding
    thyroids materials this particular flower goat seems to be
    non aggressive I didn’t fire anything at it anyway and therefore didn’t get
    attacked myself I kept my distance and let it go about its business they hung
    around the wreckage for a while and then writes merry way into which space can I take this opportunity that is
    Ravin re den so can you click the subscribe button and the like button if
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    now I’m going to be quiet and let the visuals speak for themselves if we take
    a tour around this damaged ship I’ve been Ricardo this has been elite
    dangerous they returned and a damaged Samsung cargo class ship in the pleiades
    sector IR – WD 1 – 5 5 see you soon and check back for more videos in the series you you