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Those with magnitude zero could be seen with the naked eye and generally visible even from large cities, but are difficult to see if near bright artificial lights.
In the slideshow I explain how the magnitude of an outcome is important when estimating sample size and when interpreting the clinical or practical importance of the outcome.
According to Bratt, the completed seismic network will detect quakes and blasts of magnitude 4.
XIOtech Corporation, a storage networking innovator, today announced that Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) has validated the cost savings and return on investment (ROI) provided by Magnitude 3D(TM).
A few stars on our all-sky map are slightly brighter than Saturn is at the start of May: Arcturus and Vega at magnitude 0.
Person says his staff balances the need for timelines with the desire to report moment magnitudes, which take an hour or two to compute.
Capellix -- a SAN switch qualified by XIOtech for up to 120-kilometer remote data replication -- allows the MAGNITUDE virtualized storage system to deliver high port scalability and price/performance with heterogeneous hosts within the SAN.
manufacturer of the centralized storage subsystem, MAGNITUDE(tm), and pioneer in continuous access/clustered software-based storage, Thursday announced that the MAGNITUDE is the first storage system to integrate Seagate's recently announced Barracuda 50GB disk drive.
The number of stars that are brighter than magnitude 10.
6 event, which is the upper end of magnitudes estimated to result from a 1 KT cavity-detonated explosion.
Ptolemy's works remained the basic astronomy texts for the next 1,400 years, so everyone used the system of first to sixth magnitudes.
The absolute magnitudes of the various spectral types are based on calculations by Robert F.