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WASHINGTON, May 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- APX Labs, the developer of the Skylight enterprise software platform
PERTH, Australia, April 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Australian oil and gas company Titan Energy Ltd (ASX: TTE, OTC: TTENY) (Titan or the Company) is pleased to announce that New Orleans based Gulf
Noesis' Turnkey Financing and Investment Analysis Helps Titan LED Close 40% More Deals AUSTIN, Texas, Apr.
The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft has studied Titan for many years. But its tantalising discoveries about Saturn’s largest moon have led to new mysteries. One of those involves what seem to be wind-created sand dunes spotted by Cassini near the moon’s equator. These dunes are up to one hundred yards high, many miles in length, and point to the east. Climate simulations indicate that Titan’s near-surface winds, similar to Earth’s trade winds, blow toward the west. What’s going on?
The ESA's Soundcloud page gives a voice to space with their super cool sound clips from comets, rocket launches, and landings.
QUINCY, Ill., March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Titan (NYSE: TWI) will be hosting a conference call for the first quarter earnings announcement at 9:00 a.m.
Titan Slicing Systems has been awarded a patent for its IVS system in the United States, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. South Plainfield, NJ (PRWEB) March
Titan Bricks are 90% dirt yet its strength is two and a half times stronger than concrete. San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) March 18, 2015 Every few years
QUINCY, Ill., March 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Directors of Titan International, Inc.
Pisces (fish) Constellation -- Location: Zodiac constellation, visible from both Hemispheres; Coordinates: Right Ascension: 01h; Declination: +15; Source: Ancient, Middle East and eastern Mediterranean, also Greek and Roman mythology. The constellations that are included in the Zodiac - the 12 constellations recognized by Babylonian astronomers through which our Sun, moon, and planets appeared to travel during the course of a year - are considered to be among the oldest sky patterns...
Draco (dragon or serpent) Constellation -- Location: Northern Hemisphere; Coordinates: Right Ascension: 17h; Declination: +65; Source: Creation and dragon myths from Greek, Roman, eastern Mediterranean, Middle East, Indian and Norse cultures Two circumstances lie behind the multitude of myths associated with Draco. First, due to the precession of the Earth, Draco's star Thuban was the pole star approximately 4000 years ago. It would have seemed to ancient sky watchers that the Earth...
Cassini-Huygens Mission -- The Cassini unmanned space probe is intended to study Saturn and its moons. It was launched on October 15, 1997 and is estimated to enter Saturn's orbit on July 1, 2004. The mission is a joined NASA/ESA project. Cassini's principal objectives are to: -- determine the three-dimensional structure and dynamical behavior of the rings -- determine the composition of the satellite surfaces and the geological history of each object -- determine the nature and...
Saturn's moon Hyperion -- Hyperion is a moon of Saturn discovered by Bond and Lassell in 1848. It is the largest highly irregular (non-spherical) body in the solar system (Proteus is quite a bit larger but is almost spherical). It seems likely that Hyperion is a fragment of a larger body that was broken by a large impact in the distant past. The largest crater on its surface is approximately 120 kilometers in diameter and 10 kilometers deep. Like most of Saturn's moons, Hyperion's low...
Saturn's moon Titan -- Titan is the planet Saturn's largest moon. It is larger than either of the planets Mercury or Pluto and is the second-largest moon in the solar system after Ganymede (it was originally thought to be slightly larger than Ganymede, but recent observations have shown that its thick atmosphere caused overestimation of its diameter). Titan was discovered on March 25, 1655 by the Dutch astronomer Christian Huygens, making it one of the first non-terrestrial moons to be...
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