HESS

High Energy Stereoscopic System, a telescope for detecting cosmic rays
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Heß

Kratice: (sad) = ovo je sadašnja slika, (bris) = izbriši ovu staru inačicu, (vra) = vrati na ovu staru inačicu. Kliknite na određeni datum da vidite sliku koja je stavljena na taj datum. ...
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Hess

noun English pianist (1890-1965)
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Hess

[crater] Hess is a lunar crater that lies in the southern hemisphere on the far side of the Moon. The crater rim has been worn by subsequent impacts, leaving a low, eroded outer wall. The flat interior has been resurfaced by lava flows and is free of significant impacts. This floor has a slightly darker albedo than the surrounding terrain. ...
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HESS

acronym: High Latitude Ecosystems as Sources and Sinks of Trace Gases (IGAC)
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Hess

Type: Term Pronunciation: hes Definitions: 1. Carl von, German ophthalmologist, 1860-1923. See: Hess screen
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Hess

Type: Term Pronunciation: hes Definitions: 1. Germain Henri, Swiss chemist in Russia, 1802-1850. See: Hess law
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Hess

Type: Term Pronunciation: hes Definitions: 1. Walter R., Swiss physiologist and Nobel laureate, 1881-1973. See: trophotropic zone of Hess
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