Laika

(from the article `Sputnik`) ...(230 km), circling the Earth every 96 minutes and remaining in orbit until early 1958 when it fell back and burned in the Earth`s atmosphere. ...
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Laika

[EHR testing framework] Laika is an open source Electronic Health Record (EHR) testing framework. Laika analyzes and reports on the interoperability capabilities of EHR systems. This includes the testing for certification of EHR software products and networks. Laika is designed to verify the input and output of EHR data against the standard...
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Laika

The first space dog and the first animal of any kind to travel into orbit. Laika ('Barker'), or 'Muttnik' as the American press nicknamed her, was a female mongrel (part-Samoyed terrier) stray, rounded up from the streets of Moscow, who flew aboard Sputnik 2. She weighed about 6 kilograms. The pre...
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Laika

[dog breed] Laika (p=ˈlajkə) refers to a type of hunting dog of Northern Russia and Russian Siberia, and is a generic name for several breeds. ==The Laika breeds in international terminology== Fédération Cynologique Internationale uses the word Laika in the names of three standard breeds: Russian European Laika (FCI standard No. 304), W...
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Laika

[company] ==History== In the late 1990s, Will Vinton Studios, known for its stop-motion films and commercials, sought funds for more feature-length films, and brought in outside investors, which included Nike, Inc. owner Phil Knight. In 1998, Knight made his initial investment and son Travis started work at the studio as an animator. In 200...
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