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  • 181Jet Propulsion Laboratory — 34° 11′ 59″ N 118° 10′ 30″ W / 34.1996, 118.175 …

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  • 182Brise-glace à propulsion nucléaire — Le Yamal russe à propulsion nucléaire. Un brise glace à propulsion nucléaire est un navire spécialement conçu pour une utilisation en continu dans les eaux couvertes de glace. Les brise glaces sont des navires capables de naviguer sur ces eaux… …

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  • 183reaction propulsion — noun propulsion that results from the ejection at high velocity of a mass of gas to which the vehicle reacts with an equal and opposite momentum • Hypernyms: ↑propulsion • Hyponyms: ↑jet propulsion, ↑rocket propulsion * * * noun : propulsion… …

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  • 184Dual mode propulsion rocket — Dual mode propulsion systems combine the high efficiency of bipropellant rockets with the reliability and simplicity of monopropellant rockets. Dual mode systems are either hydrazine/N2O4, or MMH/hydrogen peroxide (the former is much more common) …

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  • 185Field Emission Electric Propulsion — (FEEP) is an advanced electrostatic propulsion concept, a form of ion thruster, that uses liquid metal (usually either caesium or indium) as a propellant. A FEEP device consists of an emitter and an accelerator electrode. A potential difference… …

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  • 186Screw propulsion — may also refer to propeller propulsion. Screws can be used for vehicle propulsion. This works best over water, snow, sand, and other soft surfaces, although it can work as effectively over solid surfaces. This is normally done with pairs of… …

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  • 187Vehicle propulsion — refers to the act of moving an artificial carrier of people or goods over a distance. The power plant used to drive the vehicles can vary widely. Originally, humans or animals would have provided the means of propulsion, later being supplemented… …

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  • 188List of stories featuring nuclear pulse propulsion — Nuclear pulse propulsion is a common feature of hard science fiction stories, as the idea offers high thrust and/or high specific impulse drives without requiring new physics. =Bomb based Orion style propulsion= Books*An early appearance of an… …

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  • 189Rocket Propulsion Test Complex — Infobox nrhp | name =Rocket Propulsion Test Complex nrhp type =nhl caption = Static Test Firing S 1C Saturn V Mississippi Test Facility MTF location= Bay St. Louis, Mississippi locmapin = Mississippi area = built =1965 architect= NASA… …

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  • 190Véhicule à propulsion humaine — Un véhicule à propulsion humaine, ou VPH, désigne un véhicule mu par la force humaine. Ils peuvent être terrestres (bicyclette, vélo couché, voiture à pédales, etc.), aquatiques (bateau à pédales, Decavitator), et même aériens (Gossamer Albatross …

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  • 191Vehículo de propulsión humana — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Un vehículo de propulsión humana (VPH), es cualquier vehículo impulsado exclusivamente por la fuerza muscular del ser humano. Los VPH s más comunes son los velocípedos, como la bicicleta; las embarcaciones de remos,… …

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  • 192Vehículo aéreo de propulsión humana — Avión a propulsión humana en Estados Unidos Un vehículo aéreo de propulsión humana (HPA Human powered aircraft) es un avión que se propulsa por la energía de un piloto humano montado y por la gravedad. La energía proporcionada por el hombre puede …

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  • 193ion propulsion — noun : propulsion of a body by the forces resulting from the rearward discharge of a stream of ionized particles * * * Rocketry. a projected type of propulsion for vehicles in outer space, the exhaust consisting of positive ions and negative… …

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  • 194Combined nuclear and steam propulsion — Combined marine propulsion CODOG CODAG CODLAG CODAD COSAG COGOG COGAG COGAS CONAS Combined Nuclear And Steam propulsion system (CONAS) is used on the Kirov class Guided missile cruisers. Complementary to the nuclear component there are two… …

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  • 195Diver Propulsion Vehicle — A Diver Propulsion Vehicle or a DPV is an item of diving equipment used by scuba divers to increase their range while underwater where their endurance is restricted due to limited availability of breathing gas and need to avoid decompression… …

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  • 196Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion — (ANP) was a United States Air Force program which worked to develop a nuclear propulsion system for aircraft. It was the follow on to the USAF s Nuclear Energy for the Propulsion of Aircraft (NEPA). NEPA was launched in May, 1946, and operated… …

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  • 197Helium-3 propulsion — is a proposed method of spacecraft propulsion that uses the fusion of helium 3 atoms as a power source. Helium 3, an isotope of helium with two protons and one neutron, could be fused with deuterium in a reactor. The resulting energy release… …

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  • 198Laboratorio de Propulsión a Chorro — La instalaciones del JPL en Pasadena, Ca. Cortesía NASA/JPL Caltech. El Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL por su siglas en inglés, Laboratorio de Propulsión), ubicado en La Cañada Flintridge, cerca de Los Ángeles, California, EE. UU., constr …

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  • 199Puma Ocean Racing powered by BERG Propulsion — ist ein amerikanisches Segelregattateam, das beim Volvo Ocean Race 2011–2012 teilnimmt.[1] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Teammitglieder 2 Boot 3 Sponsoren …

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  • 200jet propulsion — noun Date: 1867 propulsion of a body produced by the forwardly directed forces of the reaction resulting from the rearward discharge of a jet of fluid; especially propulsion of an airplane by jet engines …

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