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6 POSTS 0 COMMENTSSeyit Saatçi was born on the 3rd of a September day when the leaves had started to fall on the ground. He lives in Sinop, Turkey. He studies on cartoons, painting, sculpturing, humor stories, and essay writing. He had his first personal cartoon exhibition in Gerze in 1985. One of his studies was published on the lottery ticket on 23rd April 1992 and the envelopes of the National Post Office. He exhibited his three dimension cartoons which he had recreated from ceramics in Antalya in 2004. He has organized and participated in several national and international contests and exhibitions. He has attended several contests as a jury member. His cartoons were published in magazines and albums in Turkey, Cyprus, China, USA, France, Taiwan, Korea, Italy, Japan, Yugoslavia,Tatarstan, Macedonia, Serbia, Peru, Egypt, Cuba, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Poland, Brazil, Croatia, Portugal. Romania, , Israel, Guatemala, England,Iran,Germany, Tunusian,Czech Republic,Luxembourg, Kenya,Venezuela,Greece,Morocco,India. In addition, he was chosen as one of the best cartoonists in the world and won the gold medal in Freecartoonweb International Cartoon Contest. He also won the excellence prize in an international contest in Taiwan. In 2006, he won honorable mentions in 4.Leng Mu Cartoon Contest in China and Porto Cartoon Contest in Portugal. He won the best cartoon award in Korea, Sicaco in 2011 and 2012, and honorable mention in 2013, and theme award in 2014.2016,2017 His works were chosen for best cartoons album in Japan, Saitama in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014. 2015, 2016, 2017 Greece-Ymittos .2018 Greece-Ymittos 2.Prize. One of his works was bought by Saitama Organization to be exhibited in a museum in 2013. He had to appear in court in his country for one his cartoons. He had a two-year-trial which resulted in his acquittal in 2004.
Original Apollo 11 guidance computer (AGC) source code for Command Module (Comanche055) and Lunar Module (Luminary099). Digitized by the folks at Virtual AGC and MIT Museum. The...