That was used to test the launch escape system and to verify the performance of the command module parachutes for the Apollo spacecraft from 1963-66 in five different times.
The viking rovers, vikings I and II.
Your bow should be a 1967 bow if it is an Explorer II. The following dates were used: The original Explorer had no numerical designation and was 62" long. Usually a solid wood riser... EXPLORER 62" 1963-67 (Top of line hunting/target 30# to 60#) Later they came out with a short 56" version and hence the beginning of the I and II descriptions. The first number relates to the year produced...there are some strange ones for transition years in labeling and design and such...but this holds pretty true to form. EXPLORER I 56" 1967-75 (Short version replaced Explorer) EXPLORER II 62" 1967-75 (Long version replaced Explorer) Would love to see pics of it if you still own the bow....
1998 Explorer uses a PATS II system with a transponder in the keyhead.
No , as far as I know not until the 1996 Explorer with the OBD II / EEC V
The Bronco II was made till 1990. The it was replaced by the Explorer in 1991.
The 'great dark spot' on Neptune - was discovered by the Voyager II spacecraft in 1989.
Laika the dog orbited earth aboard the soviet spacecraft Sputnik II in November 1957
Voyager II was the first spaceship to visit Neptune on August 25, 1989.
Christopher Columbus became the first explorer commissioned by Ferdinand II and Isabella of Spain. His charge was to find a western route to Asia.
There is the FULL SIZE BRONCO and then the Bronco II ( the Bronco II is smaller , eventually replaced by the Ford Explorer)
The OBD-II connector on the 2006 Ford Explorer is located above and in front of the parking brake release, behind the dash trim.
Do a Google search - OBD II codes
There is no 1988 Ford Explorer. The vehicle went into production in 1990 for the 1991 model year, replacing the two door Bronco II;. As for the Bronco II, there isn't an OBD port.
Check out the website www.obd-codes.com (for 1996 and newer OBD II)
Ford Sport Trac, Explorer, Bronco II
A 1994 Ford Explorer is OBD - I / EEC -IV , there is an EEC TEST connection in your engine compartment by your power distribution box
Voyager I and II are pretty much on the edge of solar system.
Voyager I and II are quite happily travelling away from our solar system and VERY unlikely to even encounter a black hole.
( # 24 ) is a 15 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter , OBD II ( on the 2002 Ford Explorer 4 door )
The 1996 Ford Explorer is definitely OBD II / EEC V , my late 1995 Ford Explorer has both the EEC TEST connection in the engine compartment for OBD I / EEC IV but it also has the Data Link Connector ( DLC ) under the steering wheel for the newer system which has confused some of the newer technicians ( and myself )