Hyperion

HMS Hyperion was a British Hero Class destroyer of 1340 tons displacement built under the 1934 War Programme and launched in 1936 and sunk during the Second World War. HMS Hyperion was armed with four 4.7-inch guns; six smaller guns and eight 21-inch torpedo tubes. She was powered by three Admiralty 3-type boilers providing a top speed of 36 knots ...
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Hyperion

a Titan, son of Gaia and Uranus; father of Eos (Dawn), Helios (Sun), and Selene by his sister, Theia; the Sun was sometimes referred to as Hyperion because the name means 'he who goes before' (the Earth).
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Hyperion

[n] - (Greek mythology) a Titan who was the son of Gaea and Uranus and the father of Helios and Selene and Eos in ancient mythology
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Hyperion

Satellite of the planet Saturn. See TABLE 8. SATURN - SATELLITE DATA
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Hyperion

In Greek mythology, the father of the sun god Helios. Hyperion was one of the Titans. ...
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Hyperion

Hy·pe'ri·on noun [ Latin , from Greek ....] (Class Myth.) The god of the sun; in the later mythology identified with Apollo, and distinguished for his beauty. « So excellent a king; that was, to this, Hyperion to a satyr.» Shak.
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hyperion

The god of the sun; in the later mythology identified with Apollo, and distinguished for his beauty. 'So excellent a king; that was, to this, Hyperion to a satyr.' (Shak) ... Origin: L, fr. Gr. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Hyperion

• (n.) The god of the sun; in the later mythology identified with Apollo, and distinguished for his beauty.
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Hyperion

(from the article `Keats, John`) Keats`s fragmentary poetic epic, Hyperion, exists in two versions, the second being a revision of the first with the addition of a long prologue in a ... ...is a tour de force of craftsmanship in its attempt to reproduce a medieval atmosphere and at the same time a poem involved in contemporary ... [2...
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Hyperion

major moon of Saturn, notable in that it has no regular rotation period but tumbles in an apparently random fashion in its orbit. Hyperion was ... [4 related articles]
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Hyperion

[yacht] Hyperion is the name of a {convert|155.5|ft|adj=on} sailing yacht built by the Royal Huisman in the Netherlands in 1998 and designed by German Frers. At the time of her launch, she was the largest sloop ever build and the tallest mast ever built. The {convert|194|ft|adj=on} carbon-fiber mast clears the deck of the Golden Gate Bridge...
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Hyperion

Hyperion imaged by the Cassini spacecraft's narrow-angle camera at a distance of approx. 62,000 km (38,500 miles). Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute A moon of Saturn that rotates chaotically and has a bizarre sponge-like appearance. Hyperion is the largest irregular satellite in the Solar...
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Hyperion

Hyperion, in Greek religion and mythology, a Titan. He was the husband of his sister Theia and the father by her of Helios, Selene, and Eos. It is sometimes said that he was the original sun god.
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Hyperion

Hyperion (hīpēr'ēun) , in astronomy, one of the named moons, or natural satellites, of Saturn. Also known as Saturn VII (or S7), Hyperion is the largest highly irregular (nonspherical) body in the solar system, measuring about 255 mi (410 km) by 160 mi (260 km) by 135 mi (220 k...
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Hyperion

In the most ancient mythology of Greece, Hyperion was the god of the sun, afterwards identified with Apollo. Hyperion was also one of the Titans.
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Hyperion

[tree] Hyperion is the name of a coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) in Northern California that was measured at {convert|115.61|m|ft|disp=flip}, which ranks it as the world`s tallest known living tree. Despite its great height, Hyperion is not the largest known coast redwood; that distinction belongs to the Lost Monarch tree (based on tru...
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Hyperion

[horse] Hyperion (18 April 1930 – 9 December 1960) was a British bred Thoroughbred, a dual classic winner and an outstanding sire. Owned by Edward Stanley, 17th Earl of Derby, Hyperion won £29,509 during his career - a considerable sum at the time. His victories included the Epsom Derby and St. Leger Stakes. He was the most successful Br...
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Hyperion

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Hyperion

[computer] The Hyperion is an early portable computer that vied with the Compaq Portable to be the first portable IBM PC compatible. It was marketed by Infotech Cie of Ottawa, a subsidiary of Bytec Management Corp., who acquired the designer and manufacturer Dynalogic in January 1983. Although displayed by Commodore International as their f...
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Hyperion

[magazine] Hyperion was a bimonthly literary magazine published out of Munich by Franz Blei and Carl Sternheim. Between 1908 and 1910, twelve booklets in ten editions appeared. It was an expensively produced booklet with modern graphics created by Walter Tiemann. Not only major authors published in the magazine, but also unknown and first-p...
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Hyperion

[mythology] In Greek mythology, Hyperion (Ὑπερίων, `The High-One`) was one of the twelve Titan children of Gaia (Earth) and Uranus (Sky or Heaven) who, led by Cronus, overthrew Uranus and were themselves later overthrown by the Olympians. With his sister, the Titaness Theia, Hyperion fathered Helios (Sun), Selene (Moon) and Eos (Daw...
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Hyperion

[moon] Hyperion (n; Greek: Ὑπερίων), also known as Saturn VII, is a moon of Saturn discovered by William Cranch Bond, George Phillips Bond and William Lassell in 1848. It is distinguished by its irregular shape, its chaotic rotation, and its unexplained sponge-like appearance. It was the first non-round moon to be discovered. == Nam...
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Hyperion

[poem] `Hyperion` is an abandoned epic poem by 19th-century English Romantic poet John Keats. It is based on the Titanomachia, and tells of the despair of the Titans after their fall to the Olympians. Keats wrote the poem from late 1818 until the spring of 1819, when he gave it up as having `too many Miltonic inversions.` He was also nursin...
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Hyperion

Hyperion is the name of a Greek deity, see Hyperion (mythology) Hyperion may also refer to: ==Astronomy== ==Computing== ==Fictional characters== ==Literature== ==Places== ==Things== ==Other uses== ...
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Hyperion

[genus] Hyperion schroetteri is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae, the only species in the genus Hyperion. ...
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