Ers

• (n.) The bitter vetch (Ervum Ervilia).
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ERS

(Earth Resources Satellite) The first two remote sensing satellites launched by ESA (European Space Agency). Their primary mission was to monitor Earth`s oceans, ice caps, and coastal regions. The satellites provided systematic, repetitive global measurements of wind speed ...
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ERS

(Environmental Research Satellite ) Spacecraft designed for piggyback-launching from large primary mission vehicles. With masses of 0.7-45 kg and payloads of 1-14 experiments, the ERS hitchhikers provided a low-cost, flexible way of making scientific and engineering measurements...
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Ers

Ers (ẽrs) noun [ French, from Latin ervum a kind of pulse, bitter vetch.] (Botany) The bitter vetch ( Ervum Ervilia ).
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ERS

acronym: Earth Resources (or remote sensing) Satellite
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ERS

acronym: Economic Research Service
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ERS

acronym: ESA Remote Sensing Satellite
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ERS

acronym: European Remote-Sensing Satellite
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ERS

Eastern Radiological Society
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ERS

Energy Recovery Systems, or ERS for short, consist of Motor Generator Units that harness waste heat energy (from the turbocharger) and waste kinetic energy (from the braking system). This energy is then stored and subsequently used to propel the car. An F1 car has two ERS: MGU-K (which stands for Motor Generator Unit - Kinetic) and MGU-H (which sta...
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ErS

Erbium(II) Sulfide Molar mass: 199.324
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ERS

European Respiratory Society
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