Mercury

[satellite] MERCURY (sometimes called "Advanced VORTEX") is reportedly the name of a series of three United States spy satellites launched in the 1990s. These satellites were launched and operated by the National Reconnaissance Office with the participation of the United States Air Force. Two of the three launches from Cape Canaveral were s
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Mercury

[cyclecar] The Mercury was a cyclecar built in Detroit, Michigan by the Mercury Cyclecar Company in 1914. The Mercury had a self-supporting body that eliminated the need for a chassis frame. The vehicle was equipped with a two-cylinder air-cooled 9 horsepower engine. It used a friction transmission and belt final drive. Body styles came in
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Mercury

[Madder Mortem album] Mercury is the debut album by the Norwegian dark metal band Madder Mortem. The members involved on this release left shortly after, leaving only BP and Agnete M. Kirkevaag. The music is described as "dreamy" with folk elements. Following this release the band`s music took an extreme turn towards heavier elements. ==Tra
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Mercury

[MTS] F-84Gs from the 14th Fighter Group, Dow AFB Maine, 1948 Source: Hill, Mike and Campbell, John, Tactical Air Command - An Illustrated History 1946-1992, 2001. Photo Source listed as United States Air Force Historical Research Agency (USAFHRA) , Maxwell AFB, Alabama ...
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Mercury

[American Music Club album] Mercury is the sixth album by San Francisco indie rock group American Music Club, released in early 1993. It was their major-label debut. "Over and Done" and "Johnny Mathis` Feet" were released as singles on the 7", CD single and cassingle formats. The Johnny Mathis` Feet CD had a 10-track bonus live CD; it was r
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Mercury

[magazine] Mercury is a science magazine that features articles and columns about astronomy for a general audience. It is the bi-monthly magazine of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific and was first published in 1972. Current and past Mercury columnists include Christopher Conselice, Eric Schulman, and Christopher Wanjek. ...
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Mercury

[II] Notable players of women`s basketball at the University of Alabama. Men`s basketball at this school has its own category. ...
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[cipher machine] Mercury was a British cipher machine used by the Air Ministry from 1950 until at least the early 1960s. Mercury was an online rotor machine descended from Typex, but modified to achieve a longer cycle length using a so-called double-drum basket system. In the Mercury system, two series of rotors were used. The first series,
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Mercury

(Chenopodium) These hardy annuals or perennials may be grown for decoration and some kinds are vegetables. They come from various parts of the world such as Europe and China and are naturalized in America.…
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Mercury

First planet from the sun, a terrestrial planet.
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Mercury

The unofficial nickname given to the Winged Liberty Head dime of 1916-45. The designer never intended the coin to depict Mercury, a male Greek god with wings on his ankles. The bust on the dime is an allegorical female Liberty Head figure with a winged cap. Also, some coins have been plated outside the Mint with mercury to give them a 'Prooflike' a
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[n] - a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element 2. [n] - (Roman mythology) messenger of Jupiter and god of commerce 3. [n] - the smallest planet and the nearest to the sun 4. [n] - temperature measured by a mercury thermometer
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Mercury

a metal, component of amalgam fillings.
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Mercury

SOLAR SYSTEM - PLANETARY ORBITAL DATA
Average dist.from Sun (AU) - 0.387
Min. distance from Sun (AU) - 0.307
Max. distance from Sun (AU) - 0.467
Eccentricity of orbit - 0.206
Inclination to ecliptic(°) - 7.00
SOLAR SYSTEM - PLANETARY PERIODS AND MOTIONS
Sidereal period (days or
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Mercury

The planet nearest to the sun in our solar system.Click on an item to paste into clipboard or use clipboard symbol at end to clipboard all values Equatorial diameter 4878000 mClip Average Density 5420 kgm-3Clip Axial tilt 2 degreesClip Rotational period 58.65 hoursClip Average surface temperature -170 to 430 °CClip Maximum apparent magn
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Mercury

In Roman mythology, a god of commerce and gain, and messenger of the gods. He was identified with the Greek Hermes, and similarly represented with winged sandals and a winged...
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Mercury is a naturally-occurring element which is present in various ores. The major mined source in Europe has been in Spain (Almadén). Mercury has been used for 100 years in electrolytic chlorine production, is gradually being phased out in favour of membrane technology. Voluntary conversion of all mercury cells is expected to have been complete
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Mercury

Series of 7½ ton, air-portable, 4x2 trucks, AEC [UK]
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You may not be into heavy-metal music, but if you are a fish eater, heavy metals are inside you. The omega-3 fatty acids in big, deep-ocean fish are good for the heart, but the flesh of fish at the top of the pelagic food chain also tends to be laced with pollutants. Chief among them: mercury, which can increase the risk of heart disease. Should yo
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Mer'cu·ry noun [ Latin Mercurius ; akin to merx wares.] 1. (Rom. Myth.) A Latin god of commerce and gain; -- treated by the poets as identical with the Greek Hermes, messenger of the gods, conductor of souls to the lower world, and god of eloquence. 2. (Chemistr
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Mercury

Mer'cu·ry transitive verb To wash with a preparation of mercury. [ Obsolete] B. Jonson.
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mercury

1. <astronomy> The first planet in order from the sun. It has no known natural satellites. It is one of the four inner or terrestrial planets of the solar system. It is the planet nearest the sun, from which its mean distance is about 36,000,000 miles. Its period is 88 days, and its diameter 3,000 miles. ... 2. <chemistry> A metallic el
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mercury

noun temperature measured by a mercury thermometer; `the mercury was falling rapidly`
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mercury

quicksilver noun a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element; the only metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures
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Mercury

noun the smallest planet and the nearest to the sun
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