farthest point

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The farthest point westward which we reached was Stewart Island, a distance of about one hundred and fifty miles from our ship.
The resulting "Supermoon" will look 30 per cent brighter and 14 per cent larger than when at apogee, the farthest point - which is about 49,800km from the closest point on the earth, known as the perigee.
He pointed out that Iran has reached self-sufficiency in the production of the full capabilities of radar equipment and monitoring fields devices, so that it has become able to monitor the enemy in the sky at the farthest point of the target, and the most prominent models is dropping the Hermes drone of the Zionist entity.
Chairman of SARC branch in Idleb Mmoun Kharbout said cooperation in humanitarian aid deliveries was discussed during the delegation's visit, stressing that aid is gaining access to the farthest point in Idleb province.
ISRO had performed five orbit- raising manoeuvres on its Mars Orbiter, raising the apogee ( farthest point from Earth) of the spacecraft to over 1.
EagleMed, LLC will manage the aviation assets of Alaska Regional Hospital's LifeFlight air ambulance program, extending the Wichita-based company's North American reach to its farthest point west.
At this stage, it will be around 360,000 km away - compared with 400,000 km at its farthest point.
Mercury reaches greatest elongation - meaning its farthest point from the Sun from our view - tomorrow, when it lies 28 degrees west of the Sun and appears some five degrees above the eastern horizon 30 minutes before sunrise.
Thus, they all have a closest and a farthest point from the sun, a perihelion and an aphelion.
Positioned at the farthest point astern, the camera captures the entire boat.
The Ocean Course Golf Course, Kiawah Island, South Carolina, USA was built above the sand dunes at the farthest point of the island, and is exposed to gusty or even whipping ocean winds that stretch a typical round to five-and-a-half or even six hours.