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Författare: Sanne Hipp.
»Vielleicht lasse ich mir ein hübsches Tattoo stechen.«
»Aber Mutschi, dafür bist du doch viel zu alt!«
Vera antwortete nicht.
»Das sieht nicht gut aus auf welker Haut.«
Auf welker Haut? Wer hat diesem Kind erlaubt, so mit seiner Mutter zu reden?
Nach dem Auszug ihrer beiden Kinder beschäftigt sich die Psychologin Vera Schütte mit ihren eigenen Wünschen. Der Umzug aufs Land bringt ungeahnte Veränderungen mit sich. Eine neue Praxis, neue Patient*innen, Kolleg*innen und Frauen für erotische Dienstleistungen werden zu Geburtshelfer*innen für ein neues Leben.
Sanne Hipp ist eine Vertreterin der lesbisch-romantischen Unterhaltungsliteratur. Session Erde ein Coming-Out-Roman über eine Mittvierzigerin.
This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia’s quality standards. No cleanup reason has been specified. This article needs additional citations for verification. The International Space Station program is tied together by a complex set of legal, political and financial agreements between the fifteen nations involved in the project, governing ownership of the various components, rights to crewing and utilization, and responsibilities for crew rotation and station resupply. A Commemorative Plaque honoring Space Station Intergovernmental Agreement signed on January 28, 1998. The legal structure that regulates the station is multi-layered. January 28, 1998 by fifteen governments involved in the Space Station project.
This Agreement is a long term international co-operative framework on the basis of genuine partnership, for the detailed design, development, operation, and utilization of a permanently inhabited civil Space Station for peaceful purposes, in accordance with international law. NASA and each of the four other partners. There are no MOUs between ESA, Roskosmos, CSA and JAXA because NASA is the designated manager of the ISS. The MOUs are used to describe the roles and responsibilities of the partners in more detail. A third layer consists of bartered contractual agreements or the trading of the partners‘ rights and duties, including the 2005 commercial framework agreement between NASA and Roskosmos that sets forth the terms and conditions under which NASA purchases seats on Soyuz crew transporters and cargo capacity on unmanned Progress transporters.
A fourth legal layer of agreements implements and supplements the four MOUs further. Notably among them is the ISS code of conduct, setting out criminal jurisdiction, anti-harassment and certain other behavior rules for ISS crewmembers. There is no fixed percentage of ownership for the whole space station. Rather, Article 5 of the IGA sets forth that each partner shall retain jurisdiction and control over the elements it registers and over personnel in or on the Space Station who are its nationals. Therefore, for each ISS module only one partner retains sole ownership. Long-duration flights to the International Space Station are broken into expeditions. Expeditions have an average duration of half a year, and they commence following the official handover of the station from one Expedition commander to another.
STS-115 expanded of the living volume and capabilities of the station so that it could host a crew of six. Expedition 20 was the first ISS crew of this size. The International Space Station is the most-visited spacecraft in the history of space flight. As of 9 October 2015, The ISS has had 220 visitors. A space shuttle, with its payload bay full of equipment, seen orbiting over a cloudy sky above a mountainous region of the Earth. Spacecraft from four different space agencies visit the ISS, serving a variety of purposes.