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Magnetic Cloud Table 2 MAGNETIC CLOUD FIT PARAMETERS AS DETERMINED BY MFI DATA The table consists of estimated start and end times as designated and physical quantities that were estimated by a magnetic field model [Lepping et al 1990] that assumes that the field within a magnetic cloud is force free i e so that the electrical current and the magnetic field are aligned and 2001-3-6The Development of the Joint NASA GSFC and the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) Geopotential Model EGM96 NASA/TP-1998-206861 Table of Contents Abstract Errata 7-32: 7 3 2 3: Selection of the ERS-1 Altimeter Data Weights: FGL: 7-34: 7 3 2 4: Validation of the GEOSAT Altimeter Data: FGL: 7-36: 7 3 2 5 : Initial Calibration of

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2014-7-3X-15 WORLD'S FIRST HYPERSONIC RESEARCH AIRCRAFT The X-15 was a small rocket-powered aircraft 50 feet long with a wingspan of 22 feet It had a conventional fuselage but an unusual wedge-shaped vertical tail thin stubby wings and unique side fairings that extended along the fuselage

2019-8-9GLOBAL Land-Ocean Temperature Index in 0 01 degrees Celsius base period: 1951-1980 sources: GHCN-v3 1880-07/2019 + SST: ERSST v5 1880-07/2019 using elimination of outliers and homogeneity adjustment Notes: 1950 DJF = Dec 1949 - Feb 1950 ***** = missing AnnMean Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec J-D D-N DJF MAM JJA SON Year 1880 -29 -18 -11

2018-6-16Revised section 3 5 and added Table 3 4 Revised section 3 6 2 – ASR Cloud detection algorithm implementation Updated Tables 2 7 and 3 1 Version V5 0 was the first to split the ATBD into two parts Part I addresses L2A (ATL04) and all of L3A (GLA09) except for layer detection which is handled exclusively in a separate

2001-6-29STS-32 (33) COLUMBIA (9) Pad 39-A (37) 33rd Shuttle mission 9th Flight OV-102 3rd Night landing 1st use MLP-3 for Shuttle Crew: Daniel C Brandenstein (3) Commander James D Wetherbee (1) Pilot Bonnie J Dunbar (2) Mission Specialist 1 G David Low (1) Mission Specialist 2 Marsha S Ivins (1) Mission Specialist 3 Milestones:

2020-8-19NASA's Mars Orbiter Shares Rare Images of the Red Planet Taken Over the Last 15 Years The images are somewhat rare in how we associate them with the red planet - they're not really red The photos show a Mars we're not used to visualizing Buzz Staff August 14 2020 3:01 pm explore: Buzz

NASA SeaDAS

2020-8-6The latest version (SeaDAS 7 5 3) is the result of a collaboration with the developers of ESA's BEAM software package The core visualization package for SeaDAS 7 is based on the BEAM framework with extensions that provide the functionality provided by previous versions of SeaDAS

2 By Oct 11 1968—when the Apollo 7 launched from Cape Kennedy in Florida—humans had already spent some time in space the first among them being Yuri Gagarin of the Soviet Union However Apollo 7 orbited earth 163 times over the course of nearly 11 days making it the longest trip thus far and breaking additional barriers by being the

HEASARC-Related Publications Overview Note: The HEASARC's Browse mission tables often contain bibliographic code tags (bibcodes) which identify papers which have used specific datasets: there is a web page which gives more information on the breakdown of these bibcodes by mission and year Refereed Papers Which Refer to HEASARC-Supported Missions by Year

ISO sensitivity (Recommended Exposure Index): ISO 100 to 12800 in steps of 1/3 1/2 or 1 EV can also be set to approx 0 3 0 5 0 7 or 1 EV (ISO 50 equivalent) below ISO 100 or to approx 0 3 0 5 0 7 1 2 3 or 4 EV (ISO 204800 equivalent) above ISO 12800 auto ISO sensitivity control available

Note: Solaris builds will be discontinued after version 3 18 0 of NASAView Linux 32-bit Linux 64-bit: Built and tested 32-bit binary on Red Hat 7 3 Built and tested 64-bit binary on Red Hat Enterprise 4 See Motif issue note below Windows: Built and tested within a virtual Windows XP environment with Service Pack 3 running on a Windows 7

2018-4-24Reference: 276 pp 32-79 NASA-STD-3000 282T 3 3 7 Body Mass Properties {A} 3 3 7 1 Introduction {A} This section discusses the mass of the human body and engineering properties of the body mass The following data are provided: a Body Mass - Both whole-body and body-segment mass data are provided

2015-10-4NASA-STD-8739 3 with Change 4 Crimping Interconnecting Cables Harnesses and Wiring NASA-STD-8739 4 with Change 6 Fiber Optic Terminations Cable Assemblies and Installation NASA-STD-8739 5 with Change 2 NOTE: NASA-STD-8739 7 Standard for Electrostatic Discharge Control (Excluding Electrically Initiated Explosive Devices) was referenced in

2015-10-4NASA-STD-8739 3 with Change 4 Crimping Interconnecting Cables Harnesses and Wiring NASA-STD-8739 4 with Change 6 Fiber Optic Terminations Cable Assemblies and Installation NASA-STD-8739 5 with Change 2 NOTE: NASA-STD-8739 7 Standard for Electrostatic Discharge Control (Excluding Electrically Initiated Explosive Devices) was referenced in

DSN Telemetry System Data Decoding

2019-5-1Table 3 Table 5 Figure 21 Corrected the specification of the connection vectors for the (7 ) convolutional code in Table 1 Added decoder throughput for the 26 GHz signal path in Table 1 Changed codeblock length from 17949 (rate 1/2) to 17848 (per CCSDS 131 0-B-1 CCSDS TM Sync and Channel Coding) in Table 3 Changed codeblock length from

2011-9-23 10:53 Bingham Richard 36 M 271 4 8 4 11:05 Tai Frank 36 M 408 15 5 11:18 McComas David 27 M 512 1 2 6 11:36 Nelson Paul 26 M 553 1 7 7 11:48 Gygax John 27 M 666 10 8 11:50 Nolan Tom 38 M 663 10 9 11:54 Tompkins Steven 35 M 510 1 2 10 11:56 Potter Ned 26 M 519 1 0 10 11:56 Dunham Larry 32 M 441 0

2001-6-29STS-32 (33) COLUMBIA (9) Pad 39-A (37) 33rd Shuttle mission 9th Flight OV-102 3rd Night landing 1st use MLP-3 for Shuttle Crew: Daniel C Brandenstein (3) Commander James D Wetherbee (1) Pilot Bonnie J Dunbar (2) Mission Specialist 1 G David Low (1) Mission Specialist 2 Marsha S Ivins (1) Mission Specialist 3 Milestones:

2 By Oct 11 1968—when the Apollo 7 launched from Cape Kennedy in Florida—humans had already spent some time in space the first among them being Yuri Gagarin of the Soviet Union However Apollo 7 orbited earth 163 times over the course of nearly 11 days making it the longest trip thus far and breaking additional barriers by being the

2011-9-23 10:53 Bingham Richard 36 M 271 4 8 4 11:05 Tai Frank 36 M 408 15 5 11:18 McComas David 27 M 512 1 2 6 11:36 Nelson Paul 26 M 553 1 7 7 11:48 Gygax John 27 M 666 10 8 11:50 Nolan Tom 38 M 663 10 9 11:54 Tompkins Steven 35 M 510 1 2 10 11:56 Potter Ned 26 M 519 1 0 10 11:56 Dunham Larry 32 M 441 0

2011-9-23 10:53 Bingham Richard 36 M 271 4 8 4 11:05 Tai Frank 36 M 408 15 5 11:18 McComas David 27 M 512 1 2 6 11:36 Nelson Paul 26 M 553 1 7 7 11:48 Gygax John 27 M 666 10 8 11:50 Nolan Tom 38 M 663 10 9 11:54 Tompkins Steven 35 M 510 1 2 10 11:56 Potter Ned 26 M 519 1 0 10 11:56 Dunham Larry 32 M 441 0

tailored (see section 1 3 of this NASA Technical Standard) based on risk classification following the Center's defined risk philosophy and with approval from the delegated Technical Authority The levels of assembly for which this NASA Technical Standard applies are vehicles subsystems

NASA SMAP Sea Surface Salinity Datasets (2) NASA JPL TELLUS (22) Show More Platform Any platform ADEOS-I (3) ADEOS-II (5) Aqua (8) Aquarius_SAC-D (155) CORIOLIS (7) NOAA-7 (32) NOAA-9 (32) OSTM/JASON-2 (7) QUIKSCAT (10) SEASAT-A (2) SMAP (4) SUOMI-NPP (1) TOPEX/POSEIDON (7) TRMM (6) Terra (1) Show More Sensor Any sensor ALT (TOPEX) (4

2019-11-19a NASA Procedural Requirement (NPR) 8715 3 NASA General Safety Program Requirements b NPD 8710 5 Policy for Pressure Vessels and Pressurized Systems c NASA–STD 8719 17 NASA Requirements for Ground-Based Pressure Vessels and Pressurized Systems (PVS) d Glenn Safety Manual (GSM) Chapter 1 Glenn Safety Permit Program 4 2 Certification

2001-6-29STS-32 (33) COLUMBIA (9) Pad 39-A (37) 33rd Shuttle mission 9th Flight OV-102 3rd Night landing 1st use MLP-3 for Shuttle Crew: Daniel C Brandenstein (3) Commander James D Wetherbee (1) Pilot Bonnie J Dunbar (2) Mission Specialist 1 G David Low (1) Mission Specialist 2 Marsha S Ivins (1) Mission Specialist 3 Milestones:

2018-4-24Reference: 276 pp 32-79 NASA-STD-3000 282T 3 3 7 Body Mass Properties {A} 3 3 7 1 Introduction {A} This section discusses the mass of the human body and engineering properties of the body mass The following data are provided: a Body Mass - Both whole-body and body-segment mass data are provided