The 105-day second stage involved a crew of six members, and ended on 14 July 2009.
The last stage of studies traditionally involves 200 to more than 1,000 patients and can take from one to four years.
This stage involves preliminary work to support the new line.
Stage four involved the training of nationals in modern medicine.
Stage three involves more active participation on the part of the children.
The first stage of this involves building a new station at Ski.
The first stage involved the engraving of a background for the design.
The next stage would involve raising about $50 million from investors.
The third stage would involve auctions at different points during the night.
The first stage might involve a levy on financial instruments within a few countries.