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The Orbital ATK components, in both the ULA Atlas V launch vehicle and satellite, utilize the latest, cutting-edge technology across multiple divisions.
The principal work locations for Orbital Sciences Corporation are Dulles, Va.
To image nitrogen's outermost electron orbital, the scientists rotated and shot bunches of nitrogen molecules from 19 different angles, each 5 degrees apart.
Orbital venous malformations usually manifest as intermittent unilateral proptosis during the second or third decade of life.
When Orbital contacted Bank of America to find out why it closed its bank accounts and stopped honoring checks, Bank of America refused to tell it saying that it did not have to give any reasons.
NASA is looking at possibly conducting the orbital flight in 2007, a year later than planned, Amatore said.
In this article, we describe the case of an immunocompromised patient who had fulminant ethmoidal sinusitis with orbital involvement that was caused by Aspergillus flavus.
The second factor, orbital precession, describes the time of year in which Earth comes closest to the sun.
We are confident the Orbital system will be especially beneficial for the management of our demand responsive bus services such as the SHUTTLE and Bus Plus.
NASA officials estimate that it would cost $11 billion to $13 billion to develop the orbital space plane.
The medial orbital floor and uncinate process were demineralized.
Dating of calcium carbonate layers in Devils Hole suggests that the last interglacial started more than 150,000 years ago--a time that doesn't fit the orbital hypothesis.