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  • n. A gathering or event at which people sleep outdoors or camp.


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  • James, on the other hand, had been oblivious to the tension in the room, assuming that the campout was a given.

    One Summer Evening

  • The campout was the part that he was most looking forward to, he said. -

  • They are following a proven protocol known as the campout to spend the night in the Quest airlock to lessen the preparatory time before beginning the spacewalk scheduled for 12: 45 p.m.

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  • KU students 'campout' for seating All users: If you have not already done so, Click "Record a Comment" to begin.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • After all the work is done, the two spacewalkers will sleep in the Quest airlock as part of the overnight "campout" procedure that helps purge nitrogen from their bloodstreams, preventing decompression sickness.

    Central Florida News 13 - Latest Headlines

  • EV2 began their "campout" yesterday evening in the U.S.

    SpaceRef Top Stories

  • Wheelock and Caldwell Dyson will move into the Quest airlock later today to begin their overnight "campout" to reduce the nitrogen in their bloodstreams.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The purpose of the sidewalk "campout" is to promote the casual worker program to employers, but also to encourage youth to consider these types of jobs, Fricke said.

    Kootenay Rockies - News

  • Afterwards, Steven Swanson (EV1) & Richard Arnold (EV2) will begin their "campout"

    SpaceRef Top Stories

  • They will "campout" in the Quest airlock of the station at a reduced air pressure overnight to prepare their bodies for the spacewalk planned to last six and a half hours.

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