Coriolis

[crater] Coriolis is a lunar impact crater that is located on the far side of the Moon. The crater floor is bisected by the lunar equator, and it lies about three crater diameters northwest of the crater Daedalus. The rim of this formation is somewhat eroded, and several small craters lie along the edge. The northern rim is somewhat damaged...
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Coriolis

[project] Coriolis involves 7 institutes in operational oceanography in France (CNES, CNRS, Ifremer, IPEV, IRD, Météo-France, Shom) decided in 2001 to joint their efforts within Coriolis in order to: == Context == Data useful for operational oceanography, are obtained by diverse means including in-situ (ships, drifters, floats, moorings, ...
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Coriolis

[satellite] The Coriolis satellite is a Naval Research Laboratory and Air Force Research Laboratory earth and space observation satellite launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, on 2003-01-06 at 14:19 GMT. == Instruments == === Windsat === WINDSAT is a joint Integrated Program Office/Department of Defense demonstration project, intended to...
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Coriolis

A test mission for the United States Air Force that carries two scientific payloads: Wind, and the Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI). Wind is a Navy experiment built by the Naval Research Laboratory to passively measure ocean surface wind directions, while SMEI is an Air Force Research Laboratory ex...
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