Orion

[ US /oʊˈɹaɪən, ɔˈɹaɪən/ ]
NOUN
  1. (Greek mythology) a giant Boeotian hunter who pursued the Pleiades and was eventually slain by Artemis; was then placed in the sky as a constellation
  2. a constellation on the equator to the east of Taurus; contains Betelgeuse and Rigel
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  • High above us, the great heptagon of the Winter sky: Capella, Aldebaran, Rigel, Sirius, Procyon, Pollux, and Castor (with Saturn nearby) - with Betelgeuse in the center and the Milky Way cascading through, just to the left of Orion.
  • ECLS design can be optimized for operability and common fan designs when sized for 4 persons. 4 person configuration is more robust and safer and allows more robust design solutions and ISS will get more pressurized cargo capability. 6 person capability is still available since Orion didn't change the OML and Orion can always be re-configured to carry 6 persons. Orion Slims Down - NASA Watch
  • The View from Taiwan: Orion antisub aircraft to arrive -- 5 years from now Orion antisub aircraft to arrive -- 5 years from now
  • It is called human chorionic gonadotrophin, usually abbreviated HCG. The Human Brain
  • Outside the amniotic ectoderm is a thin layer of mesoderm, which is continuous with that of the somatopleure and is connected by the body-stalk with the mesodermal lining of the chorion.
  • Corion can be sanded lightly using number 800 sandpaper.
  • In the miniatures of an Alexandrian "Chronicle of the World", written probably during the fifth century we already find pictorial representation of the omophorion. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • The big problem with constellation is only two parts Ares V and the Orion CM can be reused for Mars the rest it would not be applicable. Bill Nelson Continues To Block NASA Administrator Nominees - NASA Watch
  • On the other hand, the villi on that part of the chorion which is in contact with the decidua placentalis increase greatly in size and complexity, and hence this part is named the chorion frondosum (Fig. 28). I. Embryology. 11. Development of the Fetal Membranes and Placenta
  • Orion's boyhood was spent in that wee little log hamlet of Jamestown up there among the "knobs" -- so called -- of East Tennessee. Chapters from My Autobiography
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