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The name Aabid is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Aabid is: Worshipper. Adorer.

SoulUrge Number: 11

People with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.

Expression Number: 8

People with this name are competent, practical, and often obtain great power and wealth. They tend to be successful in business and commercial affairs, and are able to achieve great material dreams. Because they often focus so strongly on business and achievement, they may neglect their private lives and relationships.

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Dan Gillen, commander of the 4th Space Launch Squadron at Vandenberg and the Air Force launch director for the Heavy mission.The first Vandenberg Heavy launch in 2011 as seen from an off-shore oil platform. Credit: Air Force photo provided courtesy of the 30th Communications Squadron Optics sectionThe Delta 4-Heavy is created by taking three Common Booster Cores -- the liquid hydrogen-fueled motor that forms a Delta 4-Medium's first stage -- and strapping them together to form a triple-wide rocket, then adding a cryogenic upper stage.The rocket was constructed at ULA's factory in Decatur, Alabama, then shipped by sea to Vandenberg, completing the month-long, 4,000-mile voyage in December by docking at the base's harbor once envisioned for receiving the space shuttle fuel tank barge.The stages were unloaded and moved up the road to Horizontal Integration Facility at SLC-6, an unassuming garage-like hangar were the rocket core was fitted with the port and starboard boosters and the upper stage was attached.Then on Monday, riding horizontally on a motorized hauler, the 184,000-pound rocket was driven to the pad where hydraulic pistons on Tuesday pushed the 190-foot-tall vehicle upright to stand atop the pad."Over the last four-and-a-half months, we've been working multiple shifts a day in order to prepare for this milestone this week," Gillen said."All of that work has been in the horizontal where we've mated the three Common Booster Cores and also integrated the second stage with the first stage. All of that went extremely well and we were able to keep the milestone this week of rolling out to the pad and going to the vertical. On Monday we moved out from the Horizontal Integration Facility out to the pad and then Tuesday morning was when we went to the vertical, and everything went nominally," Gillen said.File photo of the first Delta 4-Heavy going vertical at Vandenberg. Credit: ULA videoWith the vehicle now standing on the pad, activities in May will focus on system testing and preparations for a realistic launch day simulation. That test, known as the Wet Dress Rehearsal, will occur in June and run through a full countdown and fueling of the rocket's eight liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen tanks.The secretive payload will be mounted aboard the Heavy in July. The fully assembled rocket, with the shrouded cargo in its nose cone, will measure over 230 feet tall for launch."This is extremely exciting," Gillen said of getting the rocket rolled out. "This really marks, in my mind, about the halfway point of the campaign. We've been going for four-and-a-half months and we've have another four months to get to launch. This is a huge step, it's great we were able to make this milestone. The whole team is just really excited."The Delta 4-Heavy replaced the national capability to launch large satellites when the Titan 4 rocket was retired in 2005. It has flown five times from Cape Canaveral since 2004 and once from Vandenberg.Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. Get this piece of history!STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. 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