Ginga

The third Japanese X-ray mission, also known as ASTRO-C.
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Ginga

[middleware] Ginga is the middleware specification for the Nipo-Brazilian Digital TV System (SBTVD, from the Portuguese Sistema Brasileiro de TV Digital). Ginga is also ITU-T Recommendation for IPTV Services. It is also considered in ITU-T recommendations for Cable Broadcast services (ITU-T J.200 Recommendation series: Rec. ITU-T J.200, Rec
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Ginga

A Japanese X-ray satellite, launched by ISAS (Institute of Space and Astronautical Science), that measured the time variability of X-rays from active galaxies and quasars in the energy range 1-500 keV. Ginga, which means “galaxy,” was known before launch as Astro-C (see Astro- series). It was the th...
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Ginga

[train] The 銀河 was an overnight express sleeper train operating on the Tōkaidō Main Line between {Ja-stalink|Tokyo} and {Ja-stalink|Osaka} in Japan. It was initially operated by Japanese National Railways (JNR) and, after its privatization in 1987, by West Japan Railway Company (JR West). The Ginga followed a similar route to the much
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Ginga

[satellite] ASTRO-C, renamed Ginga (Japanese for `galaxy`), was an X-ray astronomy satellite launched from the Kagoshima Space Center on 5 February 1987 using M-3SII launch vehicle. The primary instrument for observations was the Large Area Counter (LAC). Ginga was the third Japanese X-ray astronomy mission, following Hakucho and Tenma. Gin
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