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发表于 2011-12-29 11:13:06 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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又值春运,听说今年铁路可以网络购票,笔者有幸赶上了大好时代,没HOLD住,抓紧尝试了一下,把劳动成果和经验拿来和大家分享。
    首先旅客网上购票,须先登录中国铁路客户服务中心网站www.12306.cn(以下简称“12306网站”)完成注册。
   注册后,根据提示即可在12306网站上完成车票购买业务。在网上成功购买铁路电子客票后,铁路部门将会把有关提示信息以邮件或短信形式发送给购票人。
    网络购票时,应当准确提供乘车人的有效身份证件信息。这些证件包括中华人民共和国居民身份证、港澳居民来往内地通行证、台湾居民来往大陆通行证和护照共4种。
    购买儿童车票的乘车儿童没有有效身份证件的,应当使用同行成年人的有效身份证件信息购票。
    乘车时带的证件应与订票时提供的证件一致,如果网络购票时提供的是护照信息,乘车时就应带护照备查。
    对于使用二代居民身份证以外的其他有效身份证件购票的,必须在开车前凭网络购票时所使用的乘车人有效身份证件原件,和网络系统提供的订单号码,到车站售票窗口换取纸质车票,凭纸质车票进站乘车。
    使用二代居民身份证的旅客完成网上购买铁路电子客票后,不需再换纸质车票,可将二代居民身份证原件作为乘车凭证,直接通过车站自动检票机办理进、出站检票手续,以及在列车上办理验票手续。
    使用二代居民身份证的旅客,如需车票报销凭证,要在开车前到铁路客票代售点或车站售票窗口换取纸质车票。铁路部门建议旅客尽量使用二代居民身份证在网上购票、乘车。
    有关人士介绍,使用二代证订电子车票的旅客,如果要换纸质车票,可到火车站相关窗口人工办理,或到自动售票机办理。
    改签退票须提前两小时
   12306网站每天5点至24点提供网络购票服务。大家办理网络购票、改签、退票业务的时间应不晚于该次列车开车前2小时。开车前2小时内,需要改签、退票的,应到车站售票窗口办理。大家对于网络售票流程有不清楚的,可以随时登录12306网站查询相关提示。
    此外,网络购票的网上支付也非常方便,我们可以使用中国工商银行、中国农业银行、中国银行、招商银行和带有中国银联标识并开通网银功能的银行卡,进行网上支付。
    订单确认15分钟内要交款
    打开首页第一个栏目“客运服务”后,即出现一个“登录”界面。右侧有“新用户注册”栏目,点击“注册”,即可开始会员注册。注册时,要求提供实名、身份证号、手机号、电子邮箱等信息,附加信息中,还要选择是“成人”还是“儿童”。
    完成注册后,即可登录。进入的页面左上角即为“车票预订”,点击后出现“车票查询”项。我选择出发地“太原”,目的地“北京西”,日期选择“12月25日”。此后,“出发车次”出现多个选择,我选择了D2010次列车,显示该车次一等、二等车均有票。
    笔者选择了二等车座,系统自动为我选定了车厢、座位。然后,出现一个提示:“席位已成功锁定,请您在15分钟内进行网上支付,否则席位将自动释放给其他旅客。”
    “如果您不需要本批席位,请点击‘取消订单’以便于您能在本网站继续购票。支付成功后,您的邮箱将收到订单详细信息。您也可以选择短信通知服务。”
    支付票款后,注册时填写的邮箱即收到“网上购票系统-用户支付通知”,内容包括车次、座位信息、订单号、换纸质票提示等。如果选择了短信通知服务,还会收到短信提醒,内容包括车次、座位号等信息。
    特别提示
    网上订票至少提前两小时
    昨晚,笔者咨询得知,虽然乘坐动车组几乎可以“随到随走”,但如要在网上订票,至少应提前两小时进行,因为需要系统确认、到站检验等多个步骤,必须留出富余时间。
    网购车票流程
    第1步:登录
   使用注册成功并已激活的用户名和密码登录网站。
    第2步:车票查询
   点击车票预订,进入车票查询界面,输入筛选条件查询余票规划行程。
   点击选中列车的“预订”钮,进入车票预订界面。
   第3步:车票预订
   在此界面中,从常用联系人中选择或直接录入乘车人信息,也可以改签席别、票种和张数。身份信息填写完整后,点击“确认”申请车票,进入订单确认界面。
   第4步:订单确认
   大家核对申请成功的车票信息,确认无误后点击“网上支付”,进入网上银行选择界面。
   第5步:选择银行
   选中具体网上银行后进入网银界面。
   第6步:网银支付
   第7步:支付成功
   网上银行提示支付成功:售票网站提示支付成功;购票成功提示。
  汇报完毕。

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Space Tourism NASA Commerical Flights Russian Soyuz Trips to the International Space Station
People have already spent millions of dollars traveling on space tourism flights. Beginning in the early 2000s, the Russian Space Agency accepted financial compensation to fly people aboard the Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS). To date, eight individuals have participated in space tourism flights, many also conducting experiments while aboard the station. Spending roughly $20 million for space tourism NASA commercial flights, Russian officials organize the program with the help of the Space Adventures company.
How Space Tourism StartedSpace tourism essentially began following the collapse of the Soviet Union. The Russian Space Agency found itself suffering from a lack of funds in the post Soviet era. In order to continue operating the expensive program, officials needed to find a new source of income. In addition, several countries without space programs of their own were in prime position to take advantage of Russia's situation.
Toyohiro Akiyama became the first non cosmonaut to utilize the Russian Space Agency for a trip to space. In 1990, the journalist for the Tokyo Broadcasting System flew aboard a Soyuz spacecraft to the Mir Space Station for the cost of $28 million. He issued daily television broadcasts from the station and conducted various scientific experiments. Since his trip was funded by the Japanese news agency, he can be considered more of a business traveler rather than a tourist. However, this event started the policy of the Russian Soyuz to be used for civilian space travel.
MirCorp and Space Adventures Bring the Dream to Life
In the 1990s, with the collapse of communism, much of the Russian space program was privatized. The company that gained control of the space station was known as MirCorp. As part of the company's objective for profit, it established the beginnings of space tourism. The first person to sign onto the MirCorp program was Dennis Tito, a multimillionaire scientist. He paid over $20 million for the opportunity. With the de orbit of Mir in 2001, Tito's space flight was changed to a trip to the ISS. Working in conjunction with Space Adventures, a US based company, MirCorps organized an eight day excursion in which Tito flew aboard a Russian Soyuz to and from the ISS in mid 2001.
The Federal Space Agency of the Russian Federation flew another tourist the following year. Mark Shuttleworth, a South African computer programmer responsible for the Ubuntu operating system, became the second space tourist. He spent 11 days flying on the Russian Soyuz and conducting AIDS and genomic research aboard the ISS.
Impact of the Columbia DisasterThe future of space tourism trips on the Russian Soyuz faced near cancellation in 2003 when the space shuttle Columbia broke up upon reentry. Concerns over safety for civilians as well as the fact that NASA halted all space flights made conditions challenging for Space Adventures, now primarily in charge of space tourism. Since the Soyuz was needed to ferry both astronauts and cosmonauts to the ISS, there was limited room for space tourists. However, with the return of the shuttle to space flight, the Russian Soyuz could commit to commercial activities once more. In 2005, Gregory Olsen joined the ranks of space tourist, conducting experiments in remote sensing and astronomy.
Space Adventures continues to fly space tourists aboard the Russian Soyuz.
On September 18, 2006, Anousheh Ansari, whose family sponsored the X Prize, became the first woman to fly aboard the Soyuz as a space tourist. Working on behalf of the European Space Agency, she researched lower back pain, anemia and space radiation.
Charles Simonyi took part in two separate space flights to the ISS, one in 2007 and again in 2009. Notably, he contacted a number of schools via ham radio while aboard the station.
Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor spent 11 days in space in October 2007. The Malaysian orthopedic surgeon spent his time aboard the ISS researching the growth of cancer cells in the liver and blood stream. He also studied the protein lipase when crystallizing. Because Shiekh Muszaphar is a Muslim and the flight took place during Ramadan, specific concerns needed to be addressed. He helped develop a guidebook for future Muslims traveling to space, tackling issues such as locating Mecca for prayer and fasting with 90 minute day and night cycles.
The sixth space tourist, Richard Garriott traveled to the ISS in 2008. He has the distinction of being the first second generation astronaut to go into space. His father flew aboard Skylab 3. While on the station, Garriott filmed the first science fiction film shot in space called Apogee of Fear.
Guy Laliberte, the majority shareholder of Cirque Du Soleil, joined the ranks of space tourist with a flight that took place in September 2009. Using his status as a star, he brought attention to concerns over water and the oceans while aboard the ISS.
Training for Space TourismTraining for a space flight aboard the Soyuz is rigorous. Space tourists must go through all the same processes as a Russian cosmonaut. Preparation takes place at the Star City space training center. Each tourist goes through a dull physical and psychological evaluation to ensure they are fit for space flight. They train with spacesuits, how to maintain proper hygiene in a zero gravity environment and the proper procedures for food preparation and consumption. Tourists also must learn all emergency procedures and the basic operations of the Soyuz communication and life support in case of crew incapacitation. In addition, each person going to space must also take a daily language course to ensure they know a limited amount of Russian. In the event of the tourist failing to be able to take the flight, a backup tourist is also trained.
Space tourism has changed the way the Russian Space Agency operates. It gave the organization an additional influx of much needed funds as well as brought renewed interest to space travel. In addition, newfound public interest helped stimulate the growth of the private space industry.
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哥最近喜欢上了顶贴,因为,如果帖子火了,那有哥的功劳。如果帖子被顶沉了....哥也会很有成就感...因为是哥搞沉的~~大家切记~不要迷恋哥~哥只是一个传说
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先看看怎么样!  
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