London Lite Thursday, 16 July 2009 13 Terms and Conditions: Present this completed voucher at the time of ordering to receive this offer. Up to 10 people can redeemthis voucher at one time. Choose any burger from our main menu. The drink available is a pint of Magners Draught Irish Cider, 175ml glass of Blossom Hill Red, White or Zinfandel or a 14oz draught Pepsi or Lemonade. Offer can be withdrawn at any time and is subject to availability. If your preferred burger is not available you will be offered an alternative burger. No other substitutions can be made and side orders and upgrades will incur additional charges as listed in the menu. Offer available until 30.07.09 inclusive during food serving times only. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers, discounts or vouchers. This offer is not available at ONeills Drury Lane, Glasgow Merchant Square, Glasgow Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow Queen Street or Stansted Airport. Promoter: Mitchells & Butlers Retail Ltd., 27 Fleet Street, Birmingham, B3 1JP. LL_2 irish burger & drink at a snip. just 5.Up to 10 people can use this voucher to enjoy a premium Irish burger from our main menu and a nice pint of Magners, glass of house wine or a soft drink for just 5. Hows that for a little Irish hospitality? To claim, snip out this coupon and hand it to our bar staff. To receive updates and more special offers from ONeills please tick here. NAME: EMAIL: When was the last time you visited ONeills? Within the last month Within the last 3 months Within the last 6 months This is my first time In space no one can hear you scream: experience the fun of a zero-gravity flight Orion StarSeeker 130mm GoToReflectorTelescope GONE are the days of looking through a telescope and wondering what the heck you are actually peering at. The latest generation come with computerised databases of stars, plus motors in the tripod that find the stars for you and point them out through the viewfinder. Handy for spotting golf balls on the moon. About 242, FreeFallFlight IF YOU cant wait for commercial space flights to become available, or cant afford to remortgage your house to pay for a ticket when they do, there is an easier and less expensive way to experience the weightlessness of space. Space Adventures can give you a taste of zero gravity by flying up to a dizzy height in a Boeing 727 before pointing the nose down into a freefall. Because you fall at the same rate as the plane what you experience is essentially weightlessness. The plane pulls up again after 30 seconds and repeats this so-called parabolic flight path several times. Its not known as the Vomit Comet for nothing... About 3,000pp, plus flights to America, Moonwatch THE first watch to have been worn on the moon, Omegas Speedmaster Professional is also the only watch to be flight qualified by Nasa to be used during a spacewalk. Beats diving watches. 2,315, omegawatches. com PocketUniverse POCKET UNIVERSE uses the latest mobile-augmented technology to provide a range of information about the stars. Just hold it up to the night sky -- the program uses the GPS and tilt sensors to work out which of 88 constellations you are looking at and displays information on the screen. 1.79, iTunes Zero-Gravity MicroCar IT cosT Nasa millions to develop its Lunar and Mars Rovers, but for a few quid you can have your own gravity-defying vehicle. The Zero-Gravity Micro car looks like any other remote-control car -- except it can drive up walls and even on the ceiling. This is because the battery powers not only the wheels but a high-speed fan which sucks air up from beneath the car, blowing it out the top, to create suction. 29.99, gadget FisherSpacePen ALso known as the zero-gravity pen, this uses pressurised ink cartridges to ensure that it writes no matter which way up its held. Urban legend has it that Nasa spent millions developing it. In fact it was created independently, and was subsequently adopted by Nasa astronauts. 15.95, RoboticArm HAVE you ever watched astronauts using the space shuttles robotic arm and thought you could do better? Give it a go with this robotic arm. With five gearboxes and joints, you have an amazing degree of control. But just see how long it takes to screw a nut into a bolt. About 30, 40 years ago. here, we celebrate this great feat with lunar-inspired devices index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html