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Calypso Land Deeds bring in 105% return over three years GOTHENBURG, Sweden, Dec.
Film to debut at Giant Screen Cinema Association conference in Toronto LOS ANGELES and LONDON, Sept.
Blue Calypso looks to create social ecommerce success with new partner, Jukz Sports. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 30, 2014 Jukz Sports, the company that brought
Author of "Frogmen" will take audience aboard Calypso, behind the scenes and under the sea with the famous ocean explorer/filmmaker. Norwalk, CT (PRWEB)
Richard Hyman, author of "Frogmen," will recount his experiences aboard Calypso from the late 1970s, from diving on dangerous shipwrecks to be-friending singer John Denver.
3D Entertainment Distribution To Release Film Worldwide As Of March 2015 LOS ANGELES and LONDON, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Famous ocean explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau is currently
Calypso drives mission-critical decision making and collaboration with scalable recording and multi-source, real-time capabilities. Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB)
Saturn's moon Calypso -- Calypso is a moon of Saturn discovered by Pascu, Seidelmann, Baum and Currie in 1980 from ground-based observations. Calypso is co-orbital with the moon Tethys, and resides in Tethys' trailing Lagrangian point (L5). The moon Telesto resides in Tethys' leading Lagrangian point. ----- Orbital radius: 294,660 km Diameter: 26 km (34 x 22 x 22) Mass: Unknown Orbital period: 1.8878 days Orbital inclination: 0 ----- NASA Learn more on this...
Telesto is a small Trojan moon of the sixth planet from the sun, Saturn. Telesto, which was discovered in 1980 by Smith, Reitsema, Larson and Fountain, is one of around 200 natural satellites in Saturnian orbit. It is one of only 62 moons that have a secure orbit, and only one of 53 named moons orbiting the ringed planet. Telesto was officially designated S/1980 S 13 and was officially named in 1983 after the Greek sea goddess of the same name. This moon is also designated as Saturn XIII...
Saturn's moon Tethys -- Tethys is a moon of Saturn that was discovered by Giovanni Cassini in 1684. Tethys is an icy body similar in nature to Dione and Rhea. The density of Tethys is 1.21 g/cm3, indicating that it is composed almost entirely of water-ice. Tethys's surface is heavily cratered and contains numerous cracks caused by faults in the ice. There are two different types of terrain found on Tethys, one composed of densely cratered regions and the other consisting of a dark...
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