ICARUS

acronym: Interagency Climate-Aerosol Radiative Uncertainties and Sensitivities (Program)
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Icarus

[n] - (Greek mythology) son of Daedalus
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Icarus

In Greek mythology, the son of Daedalus, who with his father escaped from the labyrinth in Crete by making wings of feathers fastened with wax. Icarus plunged to his death when he flew too near the...
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Icarus

in Greek mythology, son of the inventor Daedalus who perished by flying too near the Sun with waxen wings. See Daedalus.[2 related articles]
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Icarus

asteroid that has a more eccentric orbit and also approaches nearer the Sun (within 30 million km [19 million miles]) than does any other known body ...
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Icarus

[wrestler] ==Professional wrestling career== Grams received his initial training from Chikara founders Mike Quackenbush and Reckless Youth at the Chikara Wrestle Factory, where he was trained on the first term of the school alongside the likes of Hallowicked and UltraMantis Black. Grams and Hallowicked were childhood friends and entered the...
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Icarus

HMS Icarus was a British Intrepid Class destroyer of 1370 tons displacement launched in 1936. She was armed with four 4.7-inch guns; six smaller guns and ten 21-inch torpedo tubes. She was powered by three Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 36 knots and carried a complement of 145.
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Icarus

(astronomy) In astronomy, Apollo asteroid 1.5 km/1 mi in diameter, discovered in 1949 by German-born US astronomer Walter Baade. It orbits the Sun every 409 days at a distance of 28–300 million km/18–186 million mi (0.19–2.0 astronomical units). It was the first aste...
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Icarus

[magazine] Icarus is a student literary magazine based in Trinity College, Dublin. It publishes three issues per academic year and accepts submissions of poetry, prose and drama from students, staff and alumni of Dublin University. It was founded in 1950 by Cecil Jenkins, and has been published with regularity three times a year ever since....
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Icarus

(minor planet 1566) A member of the Apollo group of asteroids, discovered by Walter Baade in 1949. Its orbit carries it well within the orbit of Mercury, but not quite as close to the Sun as 2000 BD19 (0.09AU), 1995 CR (0.12 AU), or 3200 Phaethon (0.14 AU). Icarus ranks fifth on...
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Icarus

Icarus, in astronomy: see asteroid.
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Icarus

Icarus: see Daedalus.
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Icarus

Icarus was the son Daedalus. They went to Crete and were prevented from leaving by ship by king Minos. They escaped from the Minos labyrinth by means of wings made by his father Daedalus of feathers stitched to ribs of willow and the feathers held together by wax. In escaping Icarus showed off and flew too close to the sun, the wax holding the feat...
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Icarus

Icarus is an Apollo asteroid 1.5 km in diameter, discovered 1949. It orbits the Sun every 409 days at a distance of between 28 and 300 million km. It was the first asteroid discovered to approach closer to the Sun than the planet Mercury does. In 1968 it passed 6 million km away from the Earth.
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Icarus

(mythology) In Greek mythology, the son of Daedalus, who with his father escaped from the labyrinth in Crete by making wings of feathers fastened with wax. Icarus plunged to his death when he flew too near the Sun and the wax melted
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Icarus

[Greek mythology] The result of the debate was Its already gone. spedied I guess. – Rich Farmbrough 20:13, 14 October 2005 (UTC) ===Lotsofcash4u.com=== Not notable. User:Dratsab ...
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Icarus

[crater] Icarus has a worn rim and a relatively wide inner wall. A small crater lies across the southern rim, and the side bulges outward slightly along the southwestern face. There is a disproportionately tall central peak located near the crater midpoint. This rise is unusual in that it is taller than the outer rim; most peaks are only ab...
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Icarus

[journal] Icarus is a premier scientific journal dedicated to the field of planetary science. Its longtime owner and publisher was Academic Press, which was then purchased by Elsevier. It is published under the auspices of the American Astronomical Society`s Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS). The journal contains articles discussing the...
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Icarus

In Greek mythology, Icarus (the Latin spelling, conventionally adopted in English; Ἴκαρος, Íkaros, Etruscan: Vikare) is the son of the master craftsman Daedalus. Often depicted in art, Icarus and his father attempt to escape from Crete by means of wings that his father constructed from feathers and wax. Icarus` father warns him first of c....
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Icarus

[disambiguation] Icarus is a character in Greek mythology. Icarus or ikarus may also refer to: ==Aviation== ==Businesses and organizations== ==In fiction== ==Music== ==People and fictional characters== ==Software== ==Space and astronomy== ==Other uses== ...
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ICARUS

[experiment] ICARUS (Imaging Cosmic And Rare Underground Signals) is a physics experiment aimed at studying neutrinos. It is located at the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (LNGS). The CNGS neutrinos are also studied by the OPERA experiment, therefore those experiments are also called CNGS1 (OPERA) and CNGS2 (ICARUS). The CNGS measuremen...
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Icarus

[song] `Icarus` is a song performed by electropop producer Madeon. It was released on 24 February 2012 as a digital download in the United Kingdom. Additionally, 500 copies of the extended mix were sold on vinyl records. The single entered the UK Singles Chart at number 22. The album art depicts Sydney, Australia`s city skyline. The song wa...
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Icarus

[Greeeen song] ==Summary== `Icarus` is the third Greeeen song to be used in a Japanese TV commercial, the first two being `Yuki no Oto` and `Sakura Color`. It is also the first time that the group collaborated with the Calpis company to actually perform the song in the commercial. The single comes in three versions, a regular CD version, a ...
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Icarus

[Scandal] Icarus is the sixth episode of the third season of Scandal. It premiered on November 7, 2013 in the U.S. The episode marked the first appearance of Khandi Alexander as Maya Lewis, Olivia Pope’s mother, a role that would become pivotal throughout the rest of the season. ==Plot== Olivia reminisces about the last time she saw her m...
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