Dugan

Dugan or Duggan (Uí Dhúgáin) is an Irish surname derived from Ó Dubhagáinn. The best known family of the name had its territory near the modern town of Fermoy in north Cork, and were originally the ruling family of the Fir Maighe tribal group which gave its name to the town. They claimed descent from Mug Ruith, the legendary magician of the F...
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Dugan

[crater] This is a heavily worn and eroded crater with an outer wall that forms an irregular ring of peaks and valleys surrounding the relatively featureless interior floor. The crater is now little more than a circular depression in the rugged lunar terrain. The crater features have a softened appearance, possibly due to overlying ejecta f...
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Dugan

Pbar term. Unofficially used to describe the rate of stacking pbars. 1 Dugan = 1 mA/Hr. Named in honer of Dr. G.Dugan who used to be head of pbar.
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