Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Atlas II

Related Topics

  Atlas II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Atlas II is the final member of the Atlas family of launch vehicles, which evolved from the successful Atlas ICBM program of the 1950s.
Atlas II provides higher performance than the earlier Atlas I by using engines with greater thrust and longer fuel tanks for both stages.
Atlas IIs are launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., by the 45th Space Wing.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Atlas_II   (553 words)

 Atlas (missile) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Atlas, named for the Atlas of Greek mythology, got its start in 1946 with the award of an Army Air Forces research contract to Convair for the study of a 1,500 to 5,000 mi.
Atlas was rare in its use of balloon tanks for fuel, made of very thin stainless steel with minimal or no rigid support structures.
The Atlas II series had 63 successful flights with the last launched August 31, 2004, it is considered one of the most reliable launchers in the world.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Atlas_(rocket)   (1200 words)

 Atlas II
The Atlas II is a modification of the Atlas G launch vehicle.
Atlas IIA is capable of lifting payloads in the 6,500-pound class to a geosynchronous transfer orbit.
The overall Atlas IIA length is 156 feet with large payload fairing -- the Atlas length is 82 feet, and the Centaur length is 33 feet.
www.globalsecurity.org /space/systems/atlas-ii.htm   (593 words)

 Atlas2 - Summary
The Atlas II family, which includes the Atlas II, IIA and IIAS, was developed in the mid-1980's to address the growing demand for large commercial geosynchronous satellites.
The maiden flight of the Atlas III launch vehicle, the replacement for the Atlas II, occurred on May 24, 2000.
The Atlas II family of vehicles use a uniqe two and a half stage to orbit concept.
www.spaceandtech.com /spacedata/elvs/atlas2_sum.shtml   (273 words)

 Atlas II Fact Sheet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Atlas II is a member of the Atlas family of launch vehicles, which evolved from the successful Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) program.
Atlas IIs are launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., by the 45th Space Wing and, in the future, will be launched by the 30th Space Wing at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
Atlas II also has lower-cost electronics, an improved flight computer and longer propellant tanks than its predecessor, Atlas I, which was developed for commercial users as a result of launch failures in the late 1980s.
www.au.af.mil /au/awc/awcgate/afspc-fs/atlas2.htm   (384 words)

 ROCKCRAWLER.com - Atlas II Installation Part I
The Atlas II Transfer Case has come to be the "Holy Grail" of performance transfer cases for recreational, and competition four-wheelers.
Our Atlas II is going to be mated to an AX-15 manual transmission in a 1999 Jeep Wrangler, thus, it will be configured with a left-hand drop, 4.33:1 reduction, a 23 spline input, and a CV-1310 rear output.
The rock solid Atlas II transfer case weighs in at 110 lbs (dry), which is approximately 40 lbs heavier than the NP231.
www.rockcrawler.com /techreports/aa_atlas_tj/part1/index.asp   (964 words)

 ROCKCRAWLER.com - Atlas II Installation Part II
The Atlas II is clocked by inserting studs into their respective positions around the input circle.
Once the Atlas II was in place, we installed the stock speedometer gear into the output housing and Steve preassembled the shift linkage.
This preassembly was necessary to ensure proper operation of the Atlas II and to determine what tolerances would be required to properly fit the new transfer case under the vehicle.
www.rockcrawler.com /techreports/aa_atlas_tj/part2/index.asp   (1061 words)

Atlas G was 81 inches longer than its predecessor It also incorporated a booster thrust increase of 7,500 pounds leading to a vehicle liftoff thrust of 438,000 pounds.
Atlas E is a stage-and-a-half, liquid-fueled rocket consisting of a cluster of three Rocketdyne MA-3 engines (two boosters and one sustainer) and two small vernier engines.
Atlas I consists of the Atlas booster, the Centaur upper stage and the payload fairing.
www.fas.org /spp/military/program/launch/atlas.htm   (4696 words)

 Fact Sheet - ATLAS II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The total thrust capability of the Atlas II of 490,000 pounds enables the booster to lift payloads of 6,100 pounds in geosynchronous orbit (22,000 miles-plus).
Atlas II also has lower-cost electronics, an improved flight computer and longer propellant tanks than its predecessor, Atlas I. Atlas IIs are launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., by the 45th Space Wing and, in the future, will be launched by the 30th Space Wing at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
Atlas space launch vehicles were used in all three unmanned lunar exploration programs.
www.au.af.mil /au/awc/space/factsheets/atlas_ii.htm   (421 words)

 Atlas II
Atlas II The Atlas II series is one of the most successful launch vehicles in the world today.
With a Centaur upper stage the Atlas II is capable of lifting payloads of 6,200 lb into geosynchronous transfer orbit.
The Atlas II has a 100% success rate lifting 47 satellites including communication satellites for digital television and scientific payloads such as SOHO.
www.realspacemodels.com /html/atlas_ii.html   (84 words)

 Atlas II
The Atlas II booster was 2.7-meters longer than an Atlas I and included uprated Rocketdyne MA-5A engines.
The original Atlas II model was developed to support the United States Air Force Medium Launch Vehicle II program.
This was the last Atlas II launch; future Atlas launches would use the Atlas IIA, IIAS and III models.
www.friends-partners.org /oldfriends/mwade/lvs/atlasii.htm   (570 words)

 Lockheed Martin (General Dynamics) SLV-3/SB-1/SB-2 Atlas
Although the development of the SM-65 Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile did not commence until 1951, the "thin skin" tank, which had to be pressurised at all times, had been developed in the late forties for the Convair MX-774 missile.
The Atlas C was used for six flights between 23 December 1958 and 24 August 1959, none of which orbited a satellite but were for sub-orbital programmes to test the thin skinned fuel tanks and the radio command configuration.
The remainder of the Atlas D missiles were used as first stages in the Atlas configurations with the Agena, Able and Centaur upper stages although the actual disposition is not known.
www.designation-systems.net /dusrm/app3/b-2.html   (2370 words)

 Atlas II for Champions
After allowing themselves to be captured in civilian identities, Moonstone II snuck in with their costumes and they broke out the other captives and fought Charcoal.
While Atlas II was Scourge IX's next target, he had no desire to kill the people who might be killed in the explosion, so he helped Jolt II contain Atlas II.
He used the Pym particles in his gauntlets to shrink Atlas II down and place them inside one of his gauntlets and threw the gauntlet into a canyon where no one except Atlas II died in the explosion (Thunderbolts #46-47).
www.angelfire.com /scifi2/mathew/csatlas2.html   (2099 words)

 [No title]
The Advance Adapters "Atlas II" 3.8:1 Ultra low, "Atlas II" 4.3:1 Extreme low, and the Atlas "Highlander" 3.0:1 gear-driven transfer cases are the ultimate in gearing and strength.
The Atlas 3.8 is a good choice for the avid 4-wheeler, since this low gear ratio is ideal for moderate to some extreme rock crawling.
As the Atlas gained popularity and a rock solid reputation for strength, the owners of long wheelbase vehicles and vehicles with higher G.V.W. ratings began requesting this transfer case for offroad performance and reliability.
www.atlas-tc.com /general/general.html   (1350 words)

 ATLAS Computer Labs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
ATLAS computer labs make PCs with specialized applications available to students in LAS for the express purpose of doing coursework and research.
ATLAS computer labs are open for walk-in use by students during all open hours.
ATLAS Computer Classrooms are not available for open lab and are intended exclusively for use in course meetings and other organized curricular, reserach or administrative meetings.
www.atlas.uiuc.edu /Rooms/ATLASComputerLabs.htm   (200 words)

 Atlas (U)
Atlas II also provides higher performance than Atlas I by using engines with greater thrust and longer fuel tanks for both stages.
Atlas propulsion is provided by a Rocketdyne liquid rocket engine set, which consists of two booster engines and one sustainer engine.
The primary differences from the Atlas II is that it has an upgraded second stage rocket engine provided by Pratt and Whitney and upgraded avionics over the previous Atlas II flown for DSCS III satellites.
www.fas.org /spp/military/program/nssrm/initiatives/atlas.htm   (605 words)

 Advanced Adapters Atlas II Transfer Case Ford Explorer Installation and Review
While you're waiting for your Atlas II to arrive from the factory you could pull an easy to reach bolt and use it to find a slightly shorter set at a hardware store.
The Atlas II didn't come equipped with a CV yoke on the front so a new drive shaft was made to the correct length (in this case 29").
The rear yoke on the Atlas II is a CV type yoke.
www.explorer4x4.com /atlas_2.html   (1559 words)

 Atlas (rocket) - Wikimedia Commons
Atlas V 551 with the New Horizons Pluto probe on Launch Pad 41 in Cape Canaveral.
An Atlas V 551 (AV-10) rocket with the New Horizons spacecraft is on lauch pad 41 at CCAFS.
Atlas V 551 rocket is climbing, with New Horizons, into the blue sky.
commons.wikimedia.org /wiki/Atlas_(rocket)   (654 words)

 Atlas V - Summary
The Atlas V vehicle, developed under the US Air Force EELV contract, builds upon the improvements made for the Atlas III.
These modifications, combined with the stretched Atlas IIIB Centaur upper stage, allow the Atlas V to place more than 10,000 lb into a geosynchronous transfer orbit.
Lockheed Martin has proposed variants of the Atlas V which incorporate different arrangements of solid strap-on boosters to increase the payload performance of the single common core variant up to 18,000 lb to GTO.
www.spaceandtech.com /spacedata/elvs/atlas5_sum.shtml   (251 words)

 atlas ii and atlas ii resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Atlas II is a member of the Atlas family of launch vehicles, atlas ii.
Atlas II provides higher performance than the earlier Atlas I by using engines with greater.
The primary jumper block (Front option connector J3) for the Atlas II is found.
www.designsweb.info /atlas+ii.html   (275 words)

 Road Armor Bumpers for Hummer H2 - Dakar, Atlas I, Atlas II Guards
The Atlas I guard wraps around the grill to protect with 2-1/2" diameter x.120" thick mandrel bent tube.
Mounted on concealed hinges, the Atlas guard pivots forward to clear the H2's hood clip.
The Atlas guard mounts a pair of PIAA 580 Extreme White driving lights and a single 580 center mounted pencil beam light.
truckaddons.com /Catalog/subpages/road-armor-stealth-bumpers-hummer.htm   (720 words)

 One Last Time: The Quantum Atlas 10k II
As of November 9th, 2000, figures from Quantum's second Atlas 10k II sample, evaluated here, have been entered in the database to represent the line.
And the Atlas 10k II, though maintaining (even increasing) it's massive WinBench margins, didn't fare as well when compared to competing drives such as the Seagate Cheetah 18XL in IOMeter.
This latest sample of the Atlas 10k II features firmware revision DE46, as opposed to the 2nd sample's DA40 and the original's D620.
www.storagereview.com /articles/200008/20000824Atlas10kII-3_1.html   (1019 words)

 NASA - Atlas II-AS Rocket
In the 1990s, the Atlas II-AS expendable launch vehicle was the most powerful version of the original NASA Atlas/Centaur.
Image left: SOHO launch by an Atlas II-AS (AC-121) from Cape Canaveral Air Station on 2 December 1995, 03:08 EST (08:08 UT).
NASA's first launch of an Atlas II-AS was Atlas/Centaur-121 on December 2, 1995.
www.nasa.gov /centers/glenn/about/history/atlas2as.html   (227 words)

 Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas II: Atlas Block Selection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas II is a joint project of The Ohio State University and Ohio Department of Natural Resources - Division of Wildlife.
Reproduced from the Ohio Atlas & Gazetteer (tm), with permission of the publisher.
If you choose an atlas block from one of these inset pages, it is very important that you register for "73-Inset" or "87-Inset", and not just 73 or 87.
www.ohiobirds.org /obba2/blockmap/statemap.php   (209 words)

 Space Launchers - Atlas
Atlas IIA was a commercial derivative of the Atlas II developed for the US Air Force.
The Atlas V launch system is based on the 3.8 m diameter Common Core Booster (CCB) powered by a single RD-180 engine and incorporating a stretched Centaur upper stage with either one (SEC) or two (DEC) RL10A-4-2 engines.
Each Atlas V has a 3-digit vehicle naming designator; the first digit indicates the usable fairing diameter (4-m or 5-m), the second digit indicates the number of strap-on SRBs (0 to 5), and the last digit indicates the number of Centaur engines (1 or 2).
www.braeunig.us /space/specs/atlas.htm   (2317 words)

 Ohio Winter Atlas: Part II - Participation
As part of the Mississippi GAP analysis program, that state's vertebrate atlas includes gathering data on birds both in the breeding season and in winter.
The most well described winter atlas project is that completed in the early 1980's for Great Britain.
It is this Atlas which serves as the model for the current effort in Ohio.
aves.net /winter-atlas/atlas-faq.htm   (2213 words)

 Maxtor Atlas 15K II
Hopes rest with Maxtor's Atlas 15K II to buck the trend.
Although it is the last of the 37 GB/platter 15,000 RPM drives to hit our testbed, the Atlas actually hit general channel availability before the competition.
As a new-breed 15,000 RPM drive, the 15K II targets the most demanding storage applications around: heavy-load file and web servers, data mining/warehousing, busy transaction servers, and other uses where best-of-breed random access performance is mandatory.
www.storagereview.com /articles/200412/200412088E147L0_1.html   (424 words)

 Breeding Bird Atlas II Will Document Changes in Michigan's Bird Populations
As director of avian research at the Kalamazoo Nature Center for 35 years, Ray Adams, Jr., is one of the leading experts in the country when it comes to understanding the relative health and abundance of birds of the eastern United States.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources first identified the need for a breeding bird atlas in 1981, but it wasn’t until the inception of the state income tax checkoff for nongame wildlife that money was available to fund the project.
Such observations were the driving force for a second Michigan Breeding Bird Atlas, a six-year project again initiated by the DNR and coordinated by Adams that began in 2002 and will continue through 2007.
www.michigan.gov /dnr/0,1607,7-153-10369-123516--,00.html   (1005 words)

In the architecture of ancient Egypt as early as 2600 BC the architect Imhotep made use of stone columns whose surface was carved to reflect the organic form of bundled reeds; in later Egyptian architecture faceted cylinders were also common.
The ATLAS detector consists of a series of ever-larger concentric cylinders around the interaction point where the proton beams from the LHC collide.
ATLAS is intended to investigate many different types of physics that might become detectable in the energetic collisions of the LHC.
www.experiencefestival.com /beams   (1222 words)

 HotHardware - Quantum Atlas V - 18.3Gig Ultra160 SCSI Drive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Atlas 10K II family has some major enhancements over the Atlas V that we reviewed back in March this year.
The 10K II is the first drive we have ever tested here with an amazing sub 5ms.
This means, that byte for byte, the 10K II is going to cover more data area quicker and with less effort than drives like the Atlas V. Here is a brief comparison chart versus others in the field.
www.hothardware.com /hh_files/Drives/qatlas10kii.htm   (436 words)

 Atlas Launch Vehicle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Atlas IIAS is very similar in construction to the Atlas II/IIA with the notable exception of four strap on solid rocket motors manufactured by Thiokol that provide additional thrust at launch and during the first stage of flight.
Developed entirely by Lockheed Martin to compete in the commercial spacelift market, the Atlas III is very similar to the design of the Atlas II family of launch vehicles, but differs with several improvements.
Among these are a new Russian-design Atlas booster engine, additional lengthening of the Atlas stage, and a dual-engine stretched Centaur for the Atlas IIIB configuration (the likely configuration for the U.S. Government mission).
www.losangeles.af.mil /SMC/PA/Fact_Sheets/atl2_fs.htm   (653 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.