Spex

[solar park] The solar park `Spex` near Mérida in Spain`s Extremadura provides 30 megawatts of solar power enough to supply 16,000 households. Deutsche Bank and ecoEnergías are the developers of the power plant. It was built for a cost of €250 million on a {convert|195|ha|adj=on} site and uses dual axis trackers. Each panel has an area ...
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Spex

[theatre] Spex is a kind of amateur comedy theatre act performed by university students in Sweden and parts of Finland. University cities, such as Gothenburg, Lund, Uppsala, and Linköping have long-running traditions of spex. The word is likely derived from abbreviated student slang for spektakel (spectacle; scene; show). Prominent feature...
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Spex

[magazine] Spex is a prominent German rock and pop culture magazine located in Berlin, Germany. Besides music news, Spex also covers literature, cinema, fashion and contemporary social trends. Since January 2008, Spex is headquartered in Berlin and includes an audio CD. ==History== === The foundation === The paper`s first issue was publishe...
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SPEX

[astronomy] SPEX (the ``S``pectropolarimeter for ``P``lanetary ``EX``ploration) is a single-channel, high-precision polarimeter for the characterization of planetary atmospheres.{sfn|SRON|2011} It is intended for planetary science missions, but it could with minor modifications also be used for Earth observation by a microsatellite, such as...
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