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Environmental pollution may be defined as, “the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings”. It changes the quality of air, water and land which interferes.

of pollutants causing pollution to air, water bodies and land. 1. Biodegradable pollutants Biodegradable pollutants decompose rapidly by natural/as it can destroy life. Human nervous system, respiratory system and digestive system are affected by acid rain. 2./ radiation affects DNA molecules, causing damage to the outer surface of plants and animals. In humans it causes/from household gadgets and community. Common noise makers are musical instruments, TV, VCR, radios, transistors, telephones, and loudspeakers/


-Extending man’s knowledge of Earth, the solar system and the universe….

the universe in which we live…” -Excerpt from “Introduction to Outer Space,” the White House…1958 First Rocketry Theories 1903: Russian/ spacecraft to land on Moon ISRO: Indian Space Research Organization Website: http://www.isro.org/ Rakesh Sharma ISRAEL "Space research and exploration is an essential instrument for the/  Global positioning of high precision coordinate & time data and enhance space navigation system  Support global communications & TV broadcasting  Evolve orbital mission crews and support/


OUR SOLAR SYSTEM OUR POWERHOUSE- THE SUN The Sun Fast Facts: Distance from Earth:149.6 million km Diameter:1,390,000 km Temperatures: Core:16 million.

and one European Space Agency probes. FUTURE MISSIONS: The proposed Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter would use powerful instruments and cameras to identify future landing sites for future robotic and human explorers. It would be launched in Sep 2008. Ranger 7 Apollo/scientific instruments to make the first-ever landing on the surface of a comet. Deep Impact’s impact! Rosetta OUR TENTH PLANET? This artists concept shows the planet catalogued as 2003UB313 at the lonely outer fringes of our solar system. Our/


22.1 Earth’s Structure These workers are drilling a hole that will be more than two kilometers deep. Later they will lower instruments into the hole to.

than two kilometers deep. Later they will lower instruments into the hole to record data at that /s surface. Constructive forces shape the surface by building up mountains and other land areas. Destructive forces slowly wear away mountains and, eventually, every other /be compared to a hard-boiled egg. Beneath an egg’s hard outer shell is a layer of egg white that surrounds the yolk at the/Assessment Questions 1.What is geology? a.the study of the solar system b.the study of minerals c.the study of water d.the/


The Solar System & Planets 4 th Grade Science By: Cammie Goodman.

than eleven times larger than Earth’s The inner and outer planets have certain features that you can use to compare and contrast them  Many of the planets have moons.  The outer planets have more moons than the inner planets.  The/Earth about other parts of our solar system. Some, like the Phoenix Mars Lander, are designed to land on planets. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyM1bgKWzngwww.youtube.com/watch?v=UyM1bgKWzng Each probe also includes scientific instruments, such as the Mars Exploration Rover,/


The Universe, Solar System, and Planets. The universe is believed to be 12-14 billion years old.

the Sun. Scientists think that they are loose material that never formed into planets. Meteorites - Visitors to our solar system from Outer Space A very large number of meteoroids enter the Earths atmosphere each day. They are almost all very small, just/minutes and 58 seconds. When the Apollo 12 astronauts landed on the moon, the impact caused the moons surface to vibrate for fifty-five minutes. The vibrations were picked up by laboratory instruments, leading geologists to theorize that the moons surface is/


Environmental pollution may be defined as, “the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings”. It changes the quality of air, water and land which interferes.

of pollutants causing pollution to air, water bodies and land. 1. Biodegradable pollutants Biodegradable pollutants decompose rapidly by natural/as it can destroy life. Human nervous system, respiratory system and digestive system are affected by acid rain. 2./ radiation affects DNA molecules, causing damage to the outer surface of plants and animals. In humans it causes/from household gadgets and community. Common noise makers are musical instruments, TV, VCR, radios, transistors, telephones, and loudspeakers/


19.2 Pressure Centers & Winds. Highs & Lows 0 Cyclones – centers of LP 0 In cyclones, the pressure DECREASES from the outer isobars toward the centers.

of LP 0 In cyclones, the pressure DECREASES from the outer isobars toward the centers. 0 In anitcyclones, the isobars INCREASE/Systems Local Winds 0 Caused by either topographic effects or by variations in surface composition in the immediate area 0 Coastal land is heated more than the water during the day causing air above the land/to the W 0 Instrument used to determine wind direction = vane 0 In US westerlies are always moving weather from W to E across the continent 0 Instrument used to measure speed/


Advances in Thermal Protection System Instrumentation for Atmospheric Entry Missions Johnny Fu Sierra Lobo, Inc. NASA Ames Research Center Presentation.

system Key challenge was to design a way to penetrate the shuttle nosecap without compromising the vehicle Penetration provided pathway to measure surface pressure Mars Science Laboratory Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) is the next-generation Mars rover scheduled to launch in 2009 Instrumentation package known as MSL Entry, Descent, and Landing Instrumentation/ from the moon Missions to outer planets and moons will require TPS and are also candidates for instrumentation Future Sensor Designs Wireless sensors /


Air, Water and Land Pollution

Land Pollution Chapter 9: Atomic Spectroscopy for Metal Analysis Copyright © 2010 by DBS Contents Introduction to the Principles of Atomic Spectroscopy Instruments/ radiation (IR, VIS, UV) causes molecules to vibrate/rotate or outer electrons to transit from low to high energy states In atomic spectroscopy,/ the metal. Atomic Spectroscopy Instruments for Atomic Spectroscopy Flame and Flameless Atomic Absorption Basic instrument components: Nebulizer and atomizer: In a flame system (a), the nebulizer sucks/


Navigation and Communication Systems

Electricity and Electronics pg: 294-328, AC 43.13-1B Chapter 12 Section 2 ILS (instrument landing system) Combination of several systems to provide pilot with the ability to land in conditions with poor visibility. Components LOC (localizer) Horizontal reference GS (glide slope) Vertical /2 Marker Beacons Marker beacon receivers operate at 75 MHz and sense the audio signature of 3 types of beacons. Blue outer marker (5 miles from end of runway) Modulated with 400 Hz Amber middle marker (2/3 mile from end of/


SOLAR SYSTEM Created By: Maureen Salzman.

instrument that makes things that are far away look clearer and bigger Orbit: path an object takes around another planet Asteroid: Chunk of rock or metal that orbits the sun Lunar Eclipse: result of Earth’s shadow falling on the moon Vocabulary Continued Phases: different shapes the moon seems to have Star: hot ball of glowing gases Solar System/ a ball covered with white clouds, brown land, and areas of blue oceans. * A//StarChild/solar_system_level1/meteoroids.html Outer Planets Jupiter Saturn Uranus /


EARTH/SPACE REVIEW. Our Solar System Our complex solar system is made up of the sun, the moon, Earth, other planets and their moons, meteors, asteroids,

the universe. Galaxies are larger than constellations and the solar system. Our Solar System Our Solar System consists of the Sun and all the objects in space/the inner planets are terrestrial, rocky, smaller, and have no rings. The outer planets are farthest away from the Sun—Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune—/Landed on Mars in 1976 and sent back data about the planets soil and atmosphere. PIONEER PROBES - Used instruments to see through the thick clouds that cover Venus. PIONEER PROBES - Used instruments/


General Astronomy The Solar System The Smaller Objects.

Asteroids with elliptical orbits, reaching into the inner solar system. Some potentially colliding with Mars or Earth. Trojans: Sharing/ when its battery depleted. Before shutdown, one of Philaes instruments managed to "sniff" the first organic molecules detected in / Philae Rosetta spacecraft captured these images of Philae’s bouncing landing during its historic touchdown on Nov. 12, 2014 The /the ‘head’ of the sombrero) is about 25 miles wide - Outer basin (the ‘brim’ of the sombrero) extends to about 53/


Chapter 10 ILS Instrument Landing System. 08/how-ils-system-work.html How ILS System works website.

Chapter 10 ILS Instrument Landing System http://part66school.blogspot.com/2012/ 08/how-ils-system-work.html How ILS System works website. ILS Overview The ILS system uses VHF radio (at the airport) to transmit signals that are received by the VOR receiver (/faster as the beacon is approached. Textbook page 74 Review Q & A Chapter 10 ILS 10.1 Name 3 markers along an ILS. Answer: Outer, Middle and Inner 10.2 How is RVR (Runway Visual Range) measured on an ILS runway? Answer: In miles. 10.3 Name the Categories/


WG2 Meeting Edimburgh 13-14 october 2011 COST TUD 1002 Accessibility measures for transport-land use planning Enrica Papa Dipartimento di Pianificazione.

in a urban transportation system –The innermost cycle is the interaction between facility flows, the performance due to congestion and transportation costs (in particular those connected with road transportation). –Outer cycles affect the split / application regards the Regional Metro System plan - RMS, which is an integrated land-use, infrastructure and operational plan, including Naples and the whole Campania Region. Relevance and the usefulness of this instrument for planning practice The simulation /


DEPARTMENT OF LAND AFFAIRS STRATEGIC PLAN STRATEGIC PLAN2008-2009 BUSINESS UNUSUAL! Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Agriculture and Land Affairs.

to finalise land acquisition instruments - Finalise Formula for calculating compensation 3.Implementable policies, legislative and regulatory reforms to benefit people living on communal land and State land Business Unusual!/ 8.Deeds: Pietermaritzburg1317/06/2007Filled 9.Deeds: Reg & Supp Systems 1315/07/2007Filled 10.Deeds: Vryburg1317/06/2007Filled Business Unusual!33/ the MTEF allocation (and based on a 6% escalation in the outer years till 2014), the average number of hectares that can be delivered/


OMM WMO “Unparalleled International Co-operation” The Expanded Space-Based Component of the WMO World Weather Watch’s Global Observing System -------------

outer space” Birth of World Weather Watch OMM WMO Global system of geostationary satellites OMM WMO Global system/ of near-polar orbiting satellites OMM WMO Global applications and users Observing the Atmosphere Cloud Imagery Temperature and Humidity Winds Precipitation Atmospheric Chemistry Volcanic Ash Dust, Smoke and Aerosols Observing the Ocean Surface Sea-Surface Temperatures Ocean-Surface Winds Ocean Ice Ocean-Level and Waves Ocean-Surface Biology Observing the Land Surface Land/ instruments for/


Chapter 16 Land and Land Use Geology and Nonrenewable Mineral Resources.

from the sun, supports life and is part of the solar system. The Earth is divided into three sections: Biosphere ( forms of/5 mi (7 km) beneath the oceanic crust. Modern instruments have determined that the velocity of seismic waves increases rapidly at/size of the Moon, which is surrounded by an outer liquid core rich in iron and nickel roughly the size/ soil from weathering lava How Can We Reduce Volcano Hazards? Land-use planning Better prediction of volcanic eruptions Evacuation plans Minerals, Rocks/


Exploring Space Chap 22. Rocket Science Konstantin Tsiolkovsky proposed that machines called rockets could take people to outer space. A rocket is a machine.

scientific instruments into space to collect scientific data. Space probes travel away from the Earth. Luna 1 / Clementine Luna 1- the first space probe launched by the Soviets in 1959 and it flew past the moon. Luna 9 – 1969, made the first soft landing on /images of the surface. Mars Pathfinder Pioneer and Voyager Pioneer 10 and 11 were the first to visit planets in the outer solar system. They sampled the solar wind and discovered the dark bands on Jupiter allowed us to look deep into its atmosphere./


Measurement of invivo anterior cruciate ligament strain during dynamic jump landing 2011.A. Taylor a, M.E.Terry c, G.M.Utturkar a, C.E.Spritzer b, R.M.Queen.

Frontalebene (blau) Axilaebene…Transversalebene (gelb) Sagittalebene (rosa) From these images, the outer margins of the cortical bone and ACL attachment site were outlined using solid- / FIGURE 2—An illustration of the knee model with the simulated dynamic landing apparatus showing five musculo tendinous bundles (the quadriceps, the hamstrings, and/on an instrumented cadaver knee using the dynamic knee simulator. The resulting ACL strain was then measured in real time The dynamic knee simulator system. The /


Francis Nimmo ES 290Q: OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM Io against Jupiter, Hubble image, July 1997.

Francis Nimmo ES 290Q: OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM Io against Jupiter, Hubble image, July 1997 Last Week Galilean satellites: –Tidal deformation is dominant process on /was jettisoned to prevent probe falling too slowly (and freezing) Survived for > 1 hr on surface Instruments: –Imaging system –Wind measurements –Aerosols –PT sensors –Surface package –GCMS LeBreton et al. Nature 2005 Huygens results Landed close to bright/dark terrain boundary Penetrometer suggested “crème brulee” surface Spectra suggest ice surface /


COUPLED DATA ASSIMILATION AT NCEP THE NCEP CLIMATE FORECAST SYSTEM Suru Saha Jack Woollen, Daryl Kleist, Dave Behringer, Steve Penny, Xingren Wu, Bob Grumbine,

(JASON-x). Dave Behringer, EMC Global Land Data Assimilation System (GLDAS) GLDAS (running Noah LSM under NASA/Land Information System) forced with CFSv2/GDAS atmospheric data assimilation/or adjoint model is used. Can still perform an outer loop, as in the traditional 4DVAR Potentially improved /Salinity profiles (XBT/CTD historical locations) with realistic magnitude observation errors (representativeness + instrument errors) Surface forcing: 28-member 20 th Century Reanalysis (20CRv2: Compo et/


1 Migration of small bodies and dust in the Solar System Sergei Ipatov Alsubai Establishment for Scientific Studies, Doha, Qatar. Papers and slides from.

massive embryos had not been considered (a figure from Solar System Res., 27, 65-79, 1993). The Nice model. The outer edge of the disk is assumed at ∼ 34 AU. / to be about the same as that for MRI (medium resolution instrument) and HRI (high resolution instrument) if we consider only pixels with DN greater by about 50/boundary conditions such as shortwave and longwave radiation, moist convection, cloud fraction, and land surface types. Temperature-pressure profiles at each grid point over the globe, along /


Class #4 Aircraft Instruments. Content Flight Instruments Engine Instruments Miscellaneous Instruments Gleim 2.1-2.8 JEPPESEN CHAPTER 2 SECTION C PHAK.

Instruments (P85) Pitot-Static Instruments (Jep 2-52) What are the three instruments that are in the Pitot-Static system? Airspeed Indicator, Vertical Speed Indicator (VSI), Altimeter Airspeed Indicator The only true pitot-static instrument/, Knots outer scale Some/instrument FAR Part 91.205C TOMATO FLAMES Tach, Oil Temp, Magnetic D.I., Airspeed, Temp guage for liquid cooled engine, Oil Pressure guage, Fuel Guage, Landing Gear lights, Altimeter, Manifold Pressure, ELT, Seatbelts Night FLAPS-Fuses, Landing/


General Astronomy Earth and Moon. The Double Planet The Earth-Moon system is unique in this solar system in that Earths moon is the largest in relation.

the Apollo astronauts, this instrument is used to reflect laser beams back to Earth and accurately measure the moons distance. Hard to do if the Moon landings were a hoax. A /getting longer increasing by several milliseconds each century Since the earth and moon form a system this slowing also affects the moon. The moon is slowly receeding from the earth/ earths magnetic field. The inner belt is about 4,000 miles out, and the outer about 10,000 miles Note how the sunward side is compressed by the Solar Wind./


COUPLED DATA ASSIMILATION AT NCEP THE NCEP CLIMATE FORECAST SYSTEM Suru Saha Jack Woollen, Daryl Kleist, Dave Behringer, Steve Penny, Xingren Wu, Bob Grumbine,

(JASON-x). Dave Behringer, EMC Global Land Data Assimilation System (GLDAS) GLDAS (running Noah LSM under NASA/Land Information System) forced with CFSv2/GDAS atmospheric data assimilation/or adjoint model is used. Can still perform an outer loop, as in the traditional 4DVAR Potentially improved /Salinity profiles (XBT/CTD historical locations) with realistic magnitude observation errors (representativeness + instrument errors) Surface forcing: 28-member 20 th Century Reanalysis (20CRv2: Compo et/


The Mars Express Mission. General Information Mars Express represents the European Space Agency’s (ESA) first visit to another planet in the Solar System.

(ESA) first visit to another planet in the Solar System The satellite was launched June 2, 2003 from Baikonur, /climate Study the interaction between the atmosphere and outer space Provide relay communications services between present and future Landers and Earth The Mars Express Spacecraft Instruments Beagle 2 - (Geochemical Lander) ASPERA -(/the geology and climate at its landing site and to search for evidence of life, extinct or extant, on Mars. It was equipped with several instruments such as: GAP (Gas /


The Sanctuary of our Body THE THIRD TEMPLE Series 8 The Lymphatic System By : sister rose 1.

Epithelium, Stratified and ciliated columnar. These are the skins that cover the outer layers of the human skin. They are also responsible to cover the /Zebulun in number and equipage. Fifty thousand expert warriors came, bringing their own instruments of war. "They were rangers of battle," able to "set the battle / in the promised land lay between the territories of Naphtali (The Intergumentary System or Skin) and Issachar, (The Skeleton System or Bone) Issachar, (The Skeleton System or Bone) bordering/


Mobility Patterns and car use in Madrid. COST ACTION 355 Changing behavior towards a more sustainable transport system Daniel de la Hoz Sánchez Transport.

Extension 26.000 Housing units. Periphery of Madrid. Land use and transport integration. Urban densities and design in coherence with Public Transport Value capture for financing public transport. 25 MMEur. COST ACTION 355 Changing behavior towards a more sustainable transport system Some strategies in Madrid –Bus exclusive Transit & HOV Lane INITIATIVE: f transport policy instrument based on A6. Extension to other radial HC/


Meteorology: The Science of the Atmosphere

a list of all the ways the atmosphere is different from outer space. Homework: 1- Review all notes- remember to /more! Aneroid types Barometers measured with Mercury Barometer An instrument to measure air pressure Aneroid Mercury Conclusion a.) Name / causes wind? How does the Coriolis Effect affect wind movement? Land & Water Lab intro 86 Heating of Earths Atmosphere- 14 OBJ/ Weather Map http://www.usatoday.com/weather/fronts/latest- fronts-systems.htm http://www.weather.com/news/week-ahead-in- weather-/


Sun – Solar System Connections Foundation Roadmap Status Report March 15 2005 J. Todd Hoeksema & Team.

Oct/Nov 2003 Superstorms Disturbed Upper Atmosphere Space Storms at the Outer Planets Solar System Blast Wave Disturbed Mars-Space & Atmospheric Loss Dangerous Radiation Space/be done in the LCAS program New opportunities can be realized soon Instrument development, reduction of program risk are important benefits Rapid response to/transfer Orbit Insertion, Descent and Landing at Mars Predict the neutral density and wind structures for successful aerocapture, descent and landing Need Empirical models of Mars /


NASA Sun-Solar System Connection Roadmap 1 Targeted Outcome: Phase 2005-2015, Safeguarding our Outbound Journey Determine Extremes of the Variable Radiation.

To test and verify new, next-generation prototype instrumentation Prepare for Solar polar magnetic field observations in /J2B: Reliably Forecast Space Weather for the Earth-Moon System; Make First Space Weather Nowcasts at Mars – Phase/ Mars Atmospheric Variability Relevant to Aerocapture, Entry, Descent, Landing, Surface, Navigation and Communications – Phase 2015-2025,/interstellar magnetic field on the boundary region Variations in the outer heliosphere of magnetic field, plasma, interstellar pickup ions,/


Elements of the Solar System, Exploring Extrosolar Planets and Evolution of Planetary Systems FIZ463, İTÜ.

and landed on the back seat. Other than the broken little finger, they were okay. Meteor Shower Comets exposed to the heat of the inner solar system / (silicates) 200 Kelvin: ice (water, ammonia, methane) Inner solar system: over 200 Kelvin, only metal and rock condense. Outer solar system: under 200 Kelvin, ice condenses as well. As the solar nebula /, called the system barycenter. On the sky, the star will move from side to side. If you observe a star very accurately with Doppler instruments, you may be/


AST 309 part 2: Extraterrestrial Life Life in the outer Solar System.

heated like Io (just less) and has maybe the youngest surface in the outer solar system! Europa is heated by tidal forces from nearby massive Jupiter and has forced/ probe caused methane outgassing Titan: The Huygens lander: Surface reflectivity measured on the landing site with a lamp turned on (red line). The visible portion of the spectrum/ environment well suited for the formation of life precursors.“ Cassinis Cosmic Dust Analyser instrument found that about 6% of the grains forming the E-ring were rich /


Apollo 11 The Moon Landing 20 th July 1969 It’s 4.15am on Wednesday 16 th July 1969 and Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin.

you on television. In minutes, you will be either in outer space or dead from a massive explosion. There is no /was due to the death in 1966 of Sergei Korolev. The instrumental driver of the USSR’s Space program Earth Rise – taken on/a cylindrical Service Module containing the power, propulsion, and life- support systems. It was called “Columbia”. Michael Collins will remain on board as/Buzz Aldrin, descends towards the moon. 3.17pm – The Eagle has landed! On July 24 th – four days later – Columbia re-entered /


Dock/Land side SBE Instrument sits at 3-4 meters depth ? ! Ca tube in water Pribilof Islands Community-Based Ocean Monitoring Pribilof Islands, Alaska.

Dock/Land side SBE Instrument sits at 3-4 meters /George moorings are located in near- shore, well-mixed waters influenced by both the middle domain and the outer shelf domain. Seasonal ice, wind and tides also influence both locations; the harbor at St. Paul / instrumentation and data relay system worked exceptionally well and the initial deployments also provided valuable information on improvements to the system for these and future near-shore moorings. This was especially valuable in terms of instrument /


Lumpy fill in land reclamation

reclamation Lumpy fill Laboratory studies on lumpy fill Field tests Conclusions Original land area : 580 km2 Population: 4 million Expected to increase to 5/ Undisturbed ICL e0 = 1.59 s’c=200 kPa Permeability of lumpy fill system Lump size : 25 mm No. of lumps: 90 Fill height: 170 mm/205 mm PPT Tensiometer 28 mm 12 mm Instrument used 6 mm diameter Performance of PPT in comparison with Tensiometer during desiccation / for conducting swelling test Pneumatic piston Split mould Outer container View of the kaolinite lump of 400 /


TAU Parallel Performance System DOD UGC 2004 Tutorial Part 3: TAU Applications and Developments.

TAU instrumentation  PDT for C/C++ source instrumentation (100%, no manual)  MPI wrapper interposition library instrumentation  Example  Linear system of equations (Ax=b) (SLES) (ex2 test case)  Non-linear system of /in amount of ocean per tile  HYCOM avoids all calculations over land, so the load imbalance leads to long intervals spent in MPI_Waitall/ profile analysis of AVUS  Entire outer time-step loop in the solver  20 time steps, 4 Newton iterations  Instrumented with PAPI functions (via TAU) /


Thermal Control Systems

light exposure from the Sun for sensitive instruments (Hubble Space Telescope, Infrared Astronomical Satellite, Galileo for VEEGA) Thermal Control Systems 8. Radioisotope heater units Radioisotope heater/ for the capsule interior Ablation, or burn-off, occurs in the outer layer as the material melts, chars, and sublimates Inner layer pyrolizes / transferred to the capsule Mercury capsule landing airbag was then deployed to soften the landing Thermal Control Systems Heat shielding Other ablative heat shields /


Winter Operations Aircraft Ice Protection Systems.

the light remains on, then accomplish the AFTER LANDING items in the wing anti-ice non-normal checklist. The ice detection system controls the engine and wing thermal anti- ice/ left forward window. Window damage due to de-lamination or shattering of the outer pain is not a structural problem. There is no need to modify the flight/ static probes provide dynamic and static pressure for airspeed, altimeter, rate of climb instruments and the air data computers. The angle of attack probes send angle of attack/


Chapter 20 Life in the Universe. Introduction We have discussed the nine planets and some of the moons in the Solar System, and have found most of them.

such as Galileo and Cassini, while they were near the Earth and headed for the outer planets. 20.3 Suitable Stars for Intelligent Life If we seek indigenous (that is, / alien spacecraft that have landed here. After all, Pioneers 10 and 11 and Voyagers 1 and 2 are even now carrying messages out of the Solar System in case an alien/ controlled as in a scientific experiment, and are not accessible to study by sophisticated instruments. Most of the sightings of UFOs that are reported can actually be explained in /


PRE-MOBILIZATION TRAINING ASSISTANCE ELEMENT (PTAE) Land Navigation WTT 12 & 13.

, as indicated by the north-seeking needle of a magnetic instrument. ie: a compass Grid North: The north that is / the outer scale is the mil scale. b. The semicircular protractor might or might not have two scales, an outer one in/ turret on the azimuth to be traveled. Switch the turret stabilization system ON. The gun tube remains pointed at the destination, no matter/ On Learning 1. What are both of the methods for mounted land navigation? Dead reckoning, terrain association 2. Name two vehicle aspects to/


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Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Formation of the Solar System Section 1 A Solar System Is Born Section.

20 Outer Planets Gas Giants The largest planets formed near the outside of the solar system, where hydrogen and helium were located. Section 1 A Solar System Is Born These outer planets grew/Preparation Passage 1, continued Located in the Sonoran Desert, Kitt Peak is on land belonging to the Tohono O’odham Indian nation. On this site, the /directed to a third mirror, which directs the light to an observing room and instrument shaft. Chapter 20 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved/


Cassini-Huygens Mission Saturn and Titan June 2004: The Cassini spacecraft reached its ultimate destination: the Saturn system.

Saturn and Titan On June 11, 2004, Cassini entered the Saturn system with a flyby of Phoebe, an outer moon. Cassini-Huygens Mission Saturn and Titan Cassini deployed its braking system and was captured into Saturn’s orbit in July, 2004. Cassini-Huygens/ 14, 2005, the probe will descend through Titans murky atmosphere and land on the surface about two and half hours later. Cassini-Huygens Mission Saturn and Titan The probes instruments will directly sample Titan’s atmosphere and attempt to obtain images of/


Objects in the Solar System Sun Planets Asteroids Meteoroids Comets Dwarf planets.

Between them, Voyager 1 and 2 explored all the giant planets of our outer solar system, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune; 48 of their moons; and the unique system of rings and magnetic fields those planets possess. Voyager 2 was at a / was equipped with six instruments to study Titan, Saturns largest moon. It landed on Titans surface on Jan. 14, 2005, and returned spectacular results. Meanwhile, Cassinis 12 instruments have returned a daily stream of data from Saturns system since arriving at Saturn in/


JCSDA Science Workshop on Satellite Data Assimilation June 5-7, 2013, NCWCP, College Park, MD Utility of GOES-R ABI and GLM instruments in regional data.

of all-sky SEVIRI and AIRS SFOV (q,T) in HWRF outer domain 18 Lightning data assimilation: Severe weather applications Model: NOAA WRF/sounder) - NOAA operational observations (GSI) (2) Extend the utility of GOES-R instruments to air quality - Impact of lightning on NOx and O3 (air quality) - Use/for high-impact weather and AQ Coupled models (atmosphere-chemistry-land-ocean) Further development of hybrid variational-ensemble systems - hybrid forecast error covariance with optimal Hessian preconditioning 27 /


ENSEMBLE FORECASTING – A NEW PARADIGM IN NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION

land, ocean Create numerical model of atmosphere, land, ocean ANALYSIS OF ERRORS Errors present in both initial conditions and numerical models Coupled atmosphere / land / ocean dynamical system/2010 Nested domain: Outer/inner nest grid spacing 9 and 3 km, respectively. 6-h cycles, 120hr forecasts foe the outer nest and 12hr / Wide range of observing systems / instruments / sensors Construct “forward operators” Tedious but important work Requires detailed knowledge about observing system and model Examples - /


Page 1 ARIES Project Meeting, L. M. Waganer, 28-29 May 2008 Documentation of System Cost Accounts and Algorithms L. Waganer 18 June 2008 Conference Call.

torque frame or structure. This structure is usually not used in the outer regions as maintenance and other power core access is required in that/systems for other subsystems, such as radiation materials treatment are included in those subsystems. It is TBD if vacuum leak detection subsystem is included in this account or in instrumentation/, 28-29 May 2008 Cost Account Managers No. AccountCAM 20Land and Land RightsWaganer 21Structures and Site FacilitiesWaganer 22Power Core Plant Equipment 22.01 Fusion /


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