#AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong #香港 #中國 | #香港國際機場 #HKIA #HongKongInternationalAirport #November2020 | – Measures in response to Well preparedness for Typhoon with Robust Preventive also counter Measures previously with #T8 #TyphoonNangka ….

Hong Kong SAR – China – People’s Republic of China was hit by typhoon Nangka … a Level T8 Typhoon in mid-October 2020. Hong Kong International Airport’s airport community have taken typhoon season precautionary measures for the airport and idle aircraft ahead of time, minimizing the impact of typhoon on airport operations. in which Hong Kong SAR-China –People’s Republic of China in the mouth of the Delta River of the Guangdong Province  Greater Bay Area has been regularly historically have been visited by Typhoons in all levelling  strengths to extremely in which the Hong Kong International Airport design criteria was to counter any level of typhoon to its extremes

Many aircraft need to be parked temporarily at HKIA Hong Kong International Airport, waiting for the typhoon to leave. This year, due to the impact of the new crown epidemic, global air traffic has plummeted. The airport currently parks a large number of aircraft for a long time, and it will face greater challenges in severe weather. To this end, the AA and airlines have jointly formulated a safety contingency plan to make adequate preparations for the wind season as early as possible…

In which on 12th October 2020 at 1715 Hong Kong –Beijing time the Hong Kong Observatory issued a T3 Typhoon warning signal has been hoisted that day.. As Tropical Cyclone Nangka Approaches Hong Kong Various Working Parties at Hong Kong International Airport Were Busy Making Final Preparations …… “Number three typhoon signal has been hoisted.. Chapman Fong General Manger – Airfield Airport Authority Hong Kong  …. If anything is loose or exposed in the wind and would be blown away.. We have to secure it “  Water Barriers have to be filled as part of the prevention of countering a Typhoon also adding fuel to the aircraft also helps to weighting it down to stabilized it against the wind ….

In which on 13th October 2020 at 1600 Hong Kong –Beijing time the Hong Kong Observatory issues a Number Eight Typhoon Hoisted ….. The wind is not to strong Nor the rain there’s not much to worry about ….. We are well Prepared so you see it is quite tidy .. Aircraft at the airport As well as facilities and equipment on the apron are still secure and safe under the number eight typhoon signal.. Thanks to the Airport community being thoroughly prepared .. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic there were as many as one hundred aircraft parked on taxiways… Special precautionary measures are taken for these idle aircraft … All the aircraft used to parked at parking stands the terminal serves as barrier weakening the wind …. Aircraft on the Taxiways are relatively exposed to the wind … We drew out strategies early on for them … This airline has chosen external weights … these two iron weights, weighing one tone each.. are tied to the nose gear.. when an aircraft, especially the empennage is exposed to the wind it may be jumpy or swerves slightly These Weights can help stabilize the front wheels reducing it degrees of movement … Sandbags are placed in the Aircraft cargo hold of smaller aircraft adding more weight to the nose gear.. Extra Chocks are applied keeping the tires of the landing gears in place so that the aircraft would not roll front or backwards …. For the Typhoon this year we have raised out requirements for chocks Requiring more than a pair of them on each landing gear..  the position of Aircraft is also calculated… like Smaller Aircraft example the A320 are more prone towards the wind. That they would park at locations that shelter them from the wind.. Safety is the utmost importance at Hong Kong International Airport .. The Airport community work and communicated closely to ensure that the entire preparations process went smoothly so taking no chances when it comes to typhoon though the storm may not be strong we are prepared for the worst such that even the situation deteriorates we are well prepared …..


That preparedness with the collaboration with the Hong Kong International Airport  , and the Hong Kong Observatory issued the first tropical cyclone warning signal helps to prepare the HKIA  to any required Countermeasures . When a typhoon hits, many aircraft need to park at the Hong Kong International Airport temporarily, waiting for the typhoon to leave. This year, due to the impact of the new crown epidemic, global air traffic has plummeted. The airport currently parks a large number of aircraft for a long time, and it will face greater challenges in severe weather. To this end, the AA and airlines have jointly formulated a safety contingency plan to make adequate preparations for the wind season as early as possible.

About 130 idle aircraft parked at Hong Kong International Airport in August, none of them will leave Hong Kong in a short time. We have cooperated with relevant airlines to take special wind-proof safety measures for these aircraft, including increasing the weight of the aircraft with fuel or ballast to prevent the aircraft from being blown by strong winds.

When a tropical cyclone is approaching, we will also remove the protective cover on the airspeed tube or hood of the aircraft on weekdays to avoid being blown over by strong winds. As for other aircraft that are still in operation, we will follow the established typhoon response procedures, take preventive measures, and arrange for aircraft to be diverted to other airports when necessary.

When a typhoon is approaching, airlines and aircraft field maintenance service providers will order at any time to assist in mobilizing aircraft parking positions. At the same time, we maintain close contact with the Observatory and appropriately adjust the position of the aircraft in terms of the intensity and direction of the typhoon. In addition, during the typhoon, if the hangar capacity permits, we will park some aircraft in wind-resistant hangars, increase the distance between aircraft

Although the epidemic has increased the challenges of typhoon response, it is all due to a group of airport employees who stick to their posts and take more complete measures to enable us to smoothly deal with the typhoon…..

#AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong #MTRHongKong #颱風乘車錦囊#港鐵 |#HongKong #Typhoon #TravellingTips…..


During the summery season In Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong, it’s the Typhoon season in which averagely extends from the month of May towards November, in which its climatic peak of the Typhoon season is from July towards September…  in which Hong Kong has been already preparation on hand for the typhoon season… in case of serious levels of a massive Typhoon levels the city region on shutting down in which putting the population first in public safety …..

In those times the World’s leading MTR public transport provider… Have taken preparations every step on the way, by seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years…  in which the MTR Hong Kong will be extending the station hours beyond midnight with more frequent trains services ..  In which helping you getting from work back to home safely or towards your destination…

In which its best to check the MTR Hong Kong website, or for more information checking it out on the MTR Hong Kong mobile application in which can be found on the iTunes Store, or the Google Play Store..   In best to check on the MTR Mobile, in which to check onwards all the stations real time status also news….. as more on the go weather assessment comes from Hong Kong Observatory also the in house weather data of the MTR Hong Kong ….

In a T1 or T3 alert, there will be more frequent services, in a T8 level alert train servicing frequent increasing rate, in which to accommodate more of the increasing passenger levels transiting in between from their destinations… among with increasing MTR crew assisting your journey best safety transiting in between..

As the Typhoon levels increase from T8 towards T10 more there’s more increasing frequent train services in which also repair crews on standby to do any immediate repairs on the go to keep the MTR lines safely running… In which also there’s will be frequent passenger services on the MTR buses aswell as long the Typhoon levels are lowered to T8 levels.. Safely is imperative… As Let Francis and King Sir explains..

#AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong |#HongKong Space Museum – August 7-18, 2017- Partial Luna Eclipse – Highlights


On in between the oncoming Monday midnight of onwards till the morning of Seventh to Eighth- Tuesday of August 2017 in which there was a partial eclipse over in Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong.. In which the Hong Kong Space Museum did a live webcast of the event…  During the event the moon is undergoing through a Partial Luna Eclipse in which it’s shadowed only to twenty five percent of the earth shadow during the six hour event as it reach onwards till 0230 hours in the morning in where Earth’s Umbra in where a Maximum eclipse is reached in viewing in between south towards the southwest towards so in which the one of the best locations to look within the city is at Tism Sha Shui or at Victoria Peak given that there are some interesting dark sheltering spots to view the event… as towards the next Lunar Eclipse event in Hong Kong it’ll be on 31st January 2018 in which will be a Total Lunar Eclipse..

香港 #AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong- Adventuring without a blue box-TARDIS | Hong Kong Space Museum – under renovations – One unique Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui …..!

There’s an interesting place also one of my many traditional favorites is “Hong Kong Space Museum” is situated very nearby the Hong Kong Cultural Center in which jointed together in Tsim Sha Tsui.. as visiting Ocean Park fourth time also this is technical fourth, but I did Periscope, also live streaming on another platform the lobby also it’s exhibits of what was available for a while the surrounding parts was undergoing through a massive exhibits refurbishment multimillion dollar renovations at the time I was there on 23rd September 2016, until now it is still undergoing through the extensive renovations with more than one hundred sets of exhibitions underway ….

Situated on 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, in which is very easy to get access to via Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station or from Central from the IFC- international Finance Center, or via Star Ferry… Hong Kong Space museum sits, just next door to the Hong Kong Cultural center but with amazing timeless spectacular views of Hong Kong Island… also sitting on Victoria Harbour also adjacent in front of the Hong Kong Museum of Art which also closed for renovations also… at that time late September 2016, outside the Space Museum it was still displaying lanterns from the Mid-Autumn festival with various astronomy themes… Opened on eighth of October 1980 after three year construction from 1977, in which was to house its Planetarium systems in which was previously the Carl Zeiss equipment, but latterly in 2008 renovating the museum decide to go on full on digital for a 8K digital 3D Planetarium systems also systematic upgrades at will whenever it need to be there up as a fashion trendsetter.. The planetarium comes with various languages broadcasting in with headsets provide.. As some content It provides to the audiences programmes are live with a presenter or presenters, or content brought driven..

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The Hong Kong Space museum is iconic by default of design in which it has a semi -circular dome shape design in which has adjacently with two wings building in which house its with extensively massive exhibits in which houses massive halls in which catering Hall of Astronomy, massive Auditorium, shops offices, also the building is structurally design flow with the Hong Kong Cultural Center innovative revolutionary architecture.

There are three parts of the Hong Kong Space Museum, one is in main center placement, and the second is the remote interactive observatory in Sai Kung the Hong Kong Space Museum Sai Kung iObservatory,   in which situated in the Lady MacLeHose Holiday Village in which house 60 cm mirror Cassegrain mirror enclosing Six meter dome facility in which opened on 2008 in which the third is the Astropark in with a Dark skies park in mind within a mountainous side of Hong Kong, located area wise of Chong Hing Water Sports Center, west sea Cofferdam High Island Reservoir in Sai Kung.. in which the facilitates from beginners to senior level of Astronomy with 1,200 Square meters of park space featuring replicates of ancient Chinese astronomy equipment, also the park caters towards which benches an telescope piers in which you can mount your own telescope in the park..

As I examine, the lobby area, there was a lecturing was underway, as I just missed watching it, as one of the talks within the auditorium was underway it was discussing one of the Shaw Prize topics in Astronomy… The Hong Kong Space Museum shop is well stocked, extensively also very scientifically relative that to Auckland Observatory, in which the Complete Hong Kong Space Museum is least thirty to forty times larger than to Auckland  Observatory….  Walking upstairs only to find the that the Stanley Ho Space Theater was in session as its next showing was later in 2.40 PM in the Afternoon… if you don’t realize whom is Stanley Ho is…?, Well he’s one of many Macau’s Casino Billionaires…..

As I walk down back towards the lobby, so I decidedly to scope the place but only what’s been only available, the panel of information of the shows, also describing what was available on the display boards it was a quick scope unlike the other previous scopes that I’ve traditional do… next time round coming back would examine the place closer as the next time the place will have its extensive exhibits also one of the exhibits features a full scale detail mock-up of the space shuttle cockpit section with the mid-deck, as from the last time it was pretty awesome also ..