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a transparent dome on top of an airplane where the navigator can make celestial observations

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When I first started my term this year as Governor, I was saddened by the state that the Albay Astrodome was in, I knew that I had to have it remedied to make it world class, and we had to do it in less than two months to make it ready for today, and I am happy that it was done right, Bichara said.
I thought it was really exciting," says Larry Dierker, who joined the team in September 1964 and was an 18-year-old rookie when the Astrodome opened in 1965.
Friends in Texas always tell me that "everything is bigger in Texas," and that certainly applies to the role of the Astrodome in pop culture, and to the outsize personality of team owner Roy Hofheinz, who was one part P.
Caretaker of the Tacloban Astrodome, Susan Vergara, said the fight will give some hope to the people suffering.
Astrodome likely to be razed after voters refuse to pony up for conversion (The Associated Press): "Memories will probably soon be all that's left of the Houston Astrodome - the world's first multipurpose domed stadium.
En realidad el Astrodome cerro el dia que los Texans, Astros y el Rodeo decidieron buscar una nueva casa ?
To commemorate the occasion, on Saturday, April 10, both the Astros and visiting Phillies will wear 1965 uniforms similar to the ones worn during the first regular-season game Houston played as the Astros on April 12, 1965 in the Astrodome vs.
Astrodome (11-2), ridden by Hide and trained by Gary Moore, had a good battle with Tony McCoy and 5-4 favourite Ermine Sea, eventually shading him by half a length.
YORK'S abandonment for a second successive day has left a huge void in the racing programme, but there is no need to look any further than Astrodome for the best bet of the day at Hamilton.
The actual performance of the Astrodome was successful, supporting the design.
Sumner worked in a makeshift obstetrics clinic at the Houston Astrodome, where 6,000 evacuees took refuge.
In 2004, the four-day shopping extravaganza at the Astrodome complex's Reliant Center attracted 68,000 customers, who spent a staggering $9.
Instead, he found himself working 18-hour days setting up a trailer pharmacy at the Houston Astrodome to serve evacuees from Hurricane Katrina.
Barbara Bush, talking on Marketplace, a show on public radio, after a tour of the New Orleans Astrodome with her husband.