Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Starliner service module propulsion system provides launch abort capability on the pad and during ascent, along with propulsion needs during flight - from launch vehicle separation, docking to and undocking from the space station, to separation of the crew and service modules when the spacecraft begins to re-enter the Earth's atmosphere.
According to the company, the launch abort motor, manufactured at its facilities in Magna, Promontory and Clearfield, Utah, is a powerful solid rocket motor designed to ensure crew safety.
On Wednesday Mail Today had reported that on Saturday night flight UA- 83 was forced to abort the take off at around 11.
ie , she drank warm ale and "ran till she dropped" in an attempt to abort her pregnancy but her efforts were unsuccessful.
The last airspeed seen before initiating the abort is likely the last one we remember, and that is the speed we reference when deciding what braking technique to use.
countered her claims and contended: "We had consensual sexEoACA* I did not force her to abort the foetus or brandish a knife in her face.
She said she contacted her family in Bangladesh and they told her to meet a woman in Bahrain for pills to abort the foetus.
They say communication glitches between the missile and the radar led US defence officials to abort.
Pregnant ewes will ocasionally abort one lamb to save another - but few enjoy such narrow escapes from the butcher's knife.
Capt Hall flawlessly executed the F-117 Abort Critical Action Procedure (CAP), by bringing the throttles to idle, deploying the drag chute, and applying the brakes.
She accused doctors of encouraging women to abort foetuses just because they were not "quite perfect" and said: "Women shouldn't be put in the position where they are under pressure to abort from the medical profession.