Rosetta

(from the article `Nile River`) ...Nile as fanning out into seven delta distributaries. The flow has since been controlled and redirected, so that the river now flows across the ...
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Rosetta

(from the article `Physical Sciences`) ...would then leave Vesta in May 2012 and arrive at Ceres in February 2015. Vesta was believed to be an entirely rocky body, but Ceres was believed ... ESA launched its Rosetta craft on a 10-year mission to obtain sample materials from Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The expectation was that, like...
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Rosetta

town, northern Al-Buayrah mufaah (governorate), in the northwestern Nile Delta, Lower Egypt. It lies on the left bank of the Rosetta (ancient ...
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Rosetta

Rosetta is a Italian girl name. The meaning of the name is `Beautiful Rose` Where is it used? The name Rosetta is mainly used In Italian. In combination with other names: In Italian: Rosangela (F) See also In Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and In Scandinavian: Rosa (F) In Spanish: Rosita (F) In Italian: Rosina (F) In Italian: Rosella (F) In Fre...
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Rosetta

Rosetta is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Rosetta

An ESA (European Space Agency) spacecraft, launched on Mar. 2, 2004, that will rendezvous with Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in 2014. Along the way it will fly past two asteroids: Steins, only a few km across, in September 2008, and Lutetia, 100 km wide, in July 2010. The Steins rendezvous will ta...
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Rosetta

Rosetta (rōzet'u) , former name of Rashid (räshēd') , city (1986 pop. 51,789), N Egypt, in the Nile River delta. The city once dominated the region's rice market; rice milling and fish processing are the main industries of modern Rashid. Founded in the 9th cent., the city wa...
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Rosetta

[orbit] A Rosetta orbit is a complex type of orbit. Theoretically, an object approaching a black hole with an intermediate velocity (not slow enough to spiral into the hole and not fast enough to escape) will enter a complex orbit pattern, bounded by a near and far distance to the hole and tracing an oscillating pattern known as a hypotroch...
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Rosetta

[software] Rosetta is a dynamic binary translator for Mac OS X that allows many PowerPC applications to run on certain Intel-based Macintosh computers without modification. Apple released Rosetta in 2006 when it transitioned the Macintosh platform from the PowerPC to Intel processor instruction set architecture. The name `Rosetta` is a refe...
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Rosetta

Rosetta (رشيد Rašīd IPA; Rosette) is a port city of the Nile Delta, located {convert|65|km|0|abbr=on} east of Alexandria, in Egypt`s Beheira governorate. Founded around in the 9th century, Rashid boomed with the decline of Alexandria following the Ottoman conquest of Egypt in 1517, only to wane in importance after Alexandria`s revival. Dur.....
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Rosetta

The white variety is a new breed between Villard 12-375 x Seyve Siegerrebe. The crossing of the hybrids was carried out in 1960 by Dr. John John Zimmerman (1907-1998) at the National Institute of Viticulture Freiburg (Germany) (Baden-Wuerttemberg). The rather late maturing variety has pink berries and as a table grape and Ornamental Vines used.
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