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CNN News:两名国际空间站宇航员完成太空行走

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At the U.S. Supreme Court, there`s a basketball court. It`s located in the top floor of the gym, and it`s been nicknamed the highest court in the land. When real court`s in session, though, practice is not allowed. Now, that`s random.

在美国的最高法院有一个篮球场,设立在楼顶的健身房里。也称之为最高的篮球场。但是当法庭开庭时这里是不允许打篮球的。现在,这里可以随意利用了。

Let`s say our next segment brings us back down to earth, but it doesn`t really. Two cosmonauts, at the International Space Station stepped out for a walk yesterday. They had a couple of things to do hundreds of miles above us. One was release a satellite, a miniature one. It`s a tiny four-

下一段新闻则把我们带到实际当中,但是这并不是实际。两名国际空间站宇航员在昨天又一次太空行走。在距离我们几百英里的上空有着许多事情要做,一件事就是要释放卫星,一个微型卫星。

inch box from Peru that will orbit the earth, take pictures and measure temperature and pressure. The other part of their mission was to replace some old equipment including science experiments on the Russian part of the International Space Station. Space walks make look slow and simple, but

这是一种来自秘鲁的四英寸的盒子,它将围绕地球飞行,拍摄照片,测量气温和压力。他们的另一部分任务则为更换那些陈旧设施,包括俄罗斯国际空间站的科学实验设备。看起来太空行走缓慢简单,

they are a dangerous part of any space mission, and that`s today. Imagine what one was like 45 years ago on the Moon.

实则不然。太空行走是太空任务中最危险的一项之一,并且这是在现代先进技术的前提下。再想想45年前登上月球行走呢。

We were glued to the television set, working on something that is going to just be a ground (ph) forever. This is absolutely incredible.

我们死死盯着电视机,而那仅仅只是一个地面。这绝对让人难以置信。

Go for a knocking.

倒计时。

When Aldrin and Armstrong had released themselves from the command module, they disengaged and come flying back down into the Moon and they were basically on their back. "Roger, Eagle`s Undocked." When they ejected themselves from that command module, and they were on their way

当奥尔德林和阿姆斯特朗起飞之后,他们便脱离了控制飞向了月球,基本上都是保持仰卧的姿势。“罗杰,秃鹰已脱离”。当他们与飞船脱离的时候他们

towards the Moon and they were on their back .

保持仰卧姿势飞向月球。

How does it look?

怎么样

The Eagle has wings.

秃鹰号有降落伞。

If they didn`t have that restrain on us that could have been some big trouble.

如果他们没有东西阻止我们降落的话,我们将有很大麻烦。

They didn`t have a lot of maneuverability.

他们看起来没有太多操作的东西。

Boy, I`ll tell you, this is much harder to do than it looked.

伙计,我要告诉你,看着简单,做起来一点都不容易。

As you are looking, you lose the prospective how big is that boulder.

当你放眼望去的时候,已经意识不到岩石有多巨大。

Big shadow.

一大片阴影。

Drifting to the right .

向右边飘去。

Tranquility base here, the Eagle has landed.

这里作为基地相对稳定,秃鹰号着陆了。

Rocket going tranquility. We got here on the ground. You`ve got a bunch of guys about to turn blue. We are breathing again. Thanks a lot.

火箭开始稳定下来,我们到达地面。你们可以欢呼一下。我们又可以重新呼吸了,谢谢。

The anticipation of him touching that Moon. It was absolutely incredible. We were all guessing, what is the ground going to be like, is he going to sink up to his knees?

期待他能触摸月球的愿望达成了。这真的让人难以置信。现在我们都在猜测地面将会是怎样的,地面尘土会达到他的膝盖那样深么?

The surface appears to be very, very fine grain. As you get close to it, it`s almost like a powder.

呃,地面看起来非常,有很多细小颗粒,离近了一看发现几乎都是粉末。

I felt a lot of pride that we`ve got there. The idea of helping humanity was the best thing I came at the program.

我们能够抵达月球我感到非常骄傲,我认为我参加这项工程最好的价值就是这个想法可以帮助人类进步。

That`s one small step for man, but giant leap for mankind.

对于一个人来讲是一小步,对于整个人类来说是一大步。

At the U.S. Supreme Court, there`s a basketball court. It`s located in the top floor of the gym, and it`s been nicknamed the highest court in the land. When real court`s in session, though, practice is not allowed. Now, that`s random.

Let`s say our next segment brings us back down to earth, but it doesn`t really. Two cosmonauts, at the International Space Station stepped out for a walk yesterday. They had a couple of things to do hundreds of miles above us. One was release a satellite, a miniature one. It`s a tiny four-

inch box from Peru that will orbit the earth, take pictures and measure temperature and pressure. The other part of their mission was to replace some old equipment including science experiments on the Russian part of the International Space Station. Space walks make look slow and simple, but

they are a dangerous part of any space mission, and that`s today. Imagine what one was like 45 years ago on the Moon.

We were glued to the television set, working on something that is going to just be a ground (ph) forever. This is absolutely incredible.

Go for a knocking.

When Aldrin and Armstrong had released themselves from the command module, they disengaged and come flying back down into the Moon and they were basically on their back. "Roger, Eagle`s Undocked." When they ejected themselves from that command module, and they were on their way

towards the Moon and they were on their back .

How does it look?

The Eagle has wings.

If they didn`t have that restrain on us that could have been some big trouble.

They didn`t have a lot of maneuverability.

Boy, I`ll tell you, this is much harder to do than it looked.

As you are looking, you lose the prospective how big is that boulder.

Big shadow.

Drifting to the right .

Tranquility base here, the Eagle has landed.

Rocket going tranquility. We got here on the ground. You`ve got a bunch of guys about to turn blue. We are breathing again. Thanks a lot.

The anticipation of him touching that Moon. It was absolutely incredible. We were all guessing, what is the ground going to be like, is he going to sink up to his knees?

The surface appears to be very, very fine grain. As you get close to it, it`s almost like a powder.

I felt a lot of pride that we`ve got there. The idea of helping humanity was the best thing I came at the program.

That`s one small step for man, but giant leap for mankind.

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