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#72708 - 12/07/06 05:36 PM Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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Wonder if they got the proper permits for that job. And who will the inspector be?

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#72709 - 12/07/06 05:43 PM Re: Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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I wonder if we will get a whole new bunch of long distance DIY questions now.

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#72710 - 12/07/06 06:21 PM Re: Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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what intergalactic certification would be necessary to be AHJ out there? I'll bet Ryan J already has it

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#72711 - 12/07/06 06:33 PM Re: Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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I want to see the ground rod.

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#72712 - 12/07/06 08:19 PM Re: Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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And here I thought installing solar panels on someone's roof was a tall order.

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#72713 - 12/08/06 03:30 AM Re: Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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And all this time I thought they just took a very long SO extension cord with them!

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#72714 - 12/08/06 11:06 AM Re: Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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#72715 - 12/08/06 01:45 PM Re: Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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I want to see the ground rod.

So, I wonder... Is this installation covered by the NEC, or is it perhaps covered by the codes of whatever jurisdiction it happens to be passing over at the time?

Who enforces the codes?

Is it easier to train an electrician to be an astronaut, or to train an astronaut to be an electrician?

How do you enforce the "on is up" rule for circuit breaker mounting when there is no "up"?

[This message has been edited by SolarPowered (edited 12-08-2006).]

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#72716 - 12/08/06 02:44 PM Re: Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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Do you think they do ground pin up or down?

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#72717 - 12/08/06 03:08 PM Re: Shuttle astronauts to rewire space station
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Did the Intergalactic committee accept the 2005 or are they still on 2002????

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