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  Helios Homoeopathy Ltd. High Quality Homeopathic Remedies
Welcome to Helios Homeopathy, one of the World’s leading homeopathic pharmacies.
In an ever changing world, we remain committed to producing homeopathic remedies to the traditional Hahnemann technique of hand trituration and potentisation and employ qualified homeopaths to almost all staff positions.
Helios Homoeopathy Ltd., 97 Camden Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN1 2QR, UK.
www.helios.co.uk   (245 words)

  
  Helios
Helios is the young Greek god of the sun.
Helios was worshipped in various places of the Peloponnesos, but especially on Rhodes, where each year gymnastic games were held in his honor.
In early Christian art, Christ is sometimes represented as Helios, such as in a mosaic in Mausoleum M or in the necropolis beneath the St. Peter in Rome.
www.pantheon.org /articles/h/helios.html   (364 words)

  
  HELIUS : Greek Titan god of the sun ; mythology ; pictures : HELIOS, SOL
Helios was depicted as a handsome, and usually beardless, man clothed in purple robes and crowned with the shining aureole of the sun.
Helios is described even in the Homeric poems as the god who sees and hears every thing, but, notwithstanding this, he is unaware of the fact that the companions of Odysseus robbed his oxen, until he was informed of it by Lampetia.
Helios was regarded as the inventor of the four-horse chariot, a natural association given the belief that the sun-god drove such a vehicle daily across the sky.
www.theoi.com /Titan/Helios.html   (7248 words)

  
  Helios :: FAQs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Helios Education Foundation (Helios) is an education foundation serving the citizens of Arizona and Florida with an endowment in excess of $600 million.
Helios is the largest foundation of its kind in the state of Arizona and among the larger foundations serving the state of Florida.
Helios intends to differentiate itself from other foundations by investing in the communities that we serve in the capacities of both a convener and a partner in ongoing projects to improve educational opportunities in Arizona and Florida.
www.helios.org /faqs.htm   (697 words)

  
 Helios - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The equivalent of Helios in Roman mythology is Sol.
Helios was often depicted as a haloed youth in a chariot, wearing a cloak and with a globe and a whip.
Helios begged him to stop and Heracles demanded the golden cup which Helios used to sail across the sea every night, from the west to the east.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Helios   (929 words)

  
 Helios (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Helios 1B and Helios 2A, the French military satellites.
Helios is the name of a nuclear pulse propulsion system invented by Freeman Dyson, a precursor to his Project Orion.
Helios is an slovenian chemical producer group, with its market comprising of Russia, Italy, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Serbia and Montenegro and Poland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Helios_(disambiguation)   (170 words)

  
 HELIUS : Greek Titan god of the sun ; mythology ; pictures : HELIOS, SOL
Helios was depicted as a handsome, and usually beardless, man clothed in purple robes and crowned with the shining aureole of the sun.
Helios is described even in the Homeric poems as the god who sees and hears every thing, but, notwithstanding this, he is unaware of the fact that the companions of Odysseus robbed his oxen, until he was informed of it by Lampetia.
Helios was regarded as the inventor of the four-horse chariot, a natural association given the belief that the sun-god drove such a vehicle daily across the sky.
theoi.com /Titan/Helios.html   (7248 words)

  
 Helios
Helios 1 and Helios 2 were a pair of deep space probes developed by the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) in a cooperative program with NASA.
HELIOS 1 was launched on 10 December 1974, and HELIOS 2 on 15 January 1976.
Helios 1 was launched from Earth at the position marked ‘A’ and its orbital path is shown in white.
www.honeysucklecreek.net /dss44/helios.html   (2374 words)

  
 HELIOS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Helios’ definition of art transcends the limits of the traditional meaning of arts and crafts; it is contained rather in its development, a way of doing, making and perceiving.
Helios seeks to foster and support the artistic growth of all who come to it.
Helios (411 Westheimer Road, 713-526-4648) is host to everything from jazz to bluegrass, various performances, art exhibitions, poetry readings and parties on two levels (and a sort of amphitheater in the back) in a big old yellow house just off one of the main nightlife drags.
www.heliosrising.org /organization.html   (472 words)

  
 Helios Homoeopathic Pharmacy
In Greek mythology Helios was the sun god pictured as a beautiful youth, with a crown of sun rays on his head, riding through the sky in his chariot drawn by four flaming steeds.
In 1986 Helios Pharmacy was formed with the ideal of creating a unique new source of fully potent homoeopathic remedies capable of bringing the gentle, rapid and permanent cure so sought after by the sick.
Helios is always open to visitors and we are very happy to show you our working environment (by appointment) and explain how we prepare our remedies.
www.helios.co.uk /helios.html   (552 words)

  
 Helios Homework Page
Helios is the young Greek god of the sun, often confused with Apollo.
Helios sees and knows all that happens on earth, and was often called upon as witness, but is not always very observant - some of the companions of the Trojan War hero, Odysseus, once had the nerve to steal some of his sacred cattle, and Helios actually failed to notice it!
Helios wasn't happy about this but he would never think to disobey the King of the Olympians, so grudgingly he unyoked his team after quenching the solar fires and spent the time in his palace, grumbling about not doing his job properly.
thanasis.com /helios.htm   (2088 words)

  
 Mythography | The Greek God Helios in Myth and Art
As the god of the Sun, Helios was thought to ride a chariot drawn by horses through the sky, bringing light to the earth.
According to the Greek poet Hesiod, Helios was the son of two Titans - Theia and Hyperion.
In Hesiod's Theogony, therefore, Helios was also the brother of Eos (the goddess of Dawn) and Selene (the goddess of the Moon).
www.loggia.com /myth/helios.html   (447 words)

  
 Helios
Helios consoles are no longer manufactured, but Raindirk Audio is able to service and support existing Helios products as well as modify such products to suit the changing needs of the user.
One of the earliest forms of the famous Helios Passive EQ/MIC modules was used by many of the sixties and seventies recording artists and producers.
A few prototype single and dual amplifiers to replace Helios type XXX are available for interested parties to test drive in their existing Helios equipment.
www.lntech.nildram.co.uk /helios.html   (370 words)

  
 SPACE.com -- Helios Soars Over Hawaii
The Helios is set to travel several hundred nautical miles Saturday, spending most of its time over the Pacific Ocean to reduce the possibility of a crash in a populated area.
Hicks said the government plans to use the Helios for a variety of Earth science research programs such as remote-sensing and imaging of the atmosphere and water to study climate change and ozone depletion.
The military may use the Helios for surveillance because it is silent and cannot be detected by radar, he said.
www.space.com /news/helios_hawaii_010716.html   (584 words)

  
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The Helios Prototype was developed from the Centurion aircraft by adding 41 feet to the wing span, an additional landing gear and systems support pod, and other technical upgrades.
In the case of the Helios Prototype, the length of its wingspan is 247 feet.
Show students a sketch of Helios' wingspan and discuss its dimensions; in particular, mention that its length, or wing span is 247 feet and its "height" or wing chord is 8 feet.
www.ed.arizona.edu /ward/Helios/helios.html   (1391 words)

  
 * Helios *
Helios is the priest of a beautiful land at the center of the Earth called Elysion.
It was Helios' duty to protect Elysion, the Earth, and Prince Endymion by using prayer and the cleansing power of Elysion itself.
Helios, in the form of Pegasus, befriended Chibi Usa and hid from Queen Neherenia in her dream mirror.
www.geocities.com /prince_of_golden_dreams   (480 words)

  
 NASA - Past Projects - Helios Prototype
Using energy derived from the sun by day and from fuel cells at night, the Helios Prototype was designed as the forerunner of high-altitude unmanned aerial vehicles that could fly on ultra-long duration environmental science or telecommunications relay missions lasting for weeks or months without using consumable fuels or emitting airborne pollutants.
Unfortunately, the program suffered a major setback when the Helios experienced control difficulties while on a checkout flight on June 26, 2003, and the aircraft suffered some structural failures and was subsequently destroyed when it fell into the Pacific Ocean about 10 miles west of the Hawaiian island of Kauai.
The electricity is used to power the Helios Prototype and the water is returned to a storage tank until the morning, when the sun comes up and the cycle starts all over again.
www.nasa.gov /centers/dryden/history/pastprojects/Erast/helios.html   (982 words)

  
 Helios Homework Page
Helios sees and knows all that happens on earth, and was often called upon as witness, but is not always very observant - some of the companions of the Trojan War hero, Odysseus, once had the nerve to steal some of his sacred cattle, and Helios actually failed to notice it!
Helios wasn't happy about this but he would never think to disobey the King of the Olympians, so grudgingly he unyoked his team after quenching the solar fires and spent the time in his palace, grumbling about not doing his job properly.
To punish Helios for being such a big-mouth, Aphrodite caused him to fall in love with a mortal beauty named Leucothoe, and his seduction of her led to her death.
www.thanasis.com /helios.htm   (2088 words)

  
 Helios   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Helios Project will be a new type of research facility that targets the development of efficient processes to produce transportation fuel from biomass or from solar–energy driven electrochemistry.
While Helios has been organized to focus the excellence and creativity of its scientists on solutions to the problems and roadblocks on the path to solar fuels, many of these roadblocks extend to other approaches to clean energy.
Thus the impact of Helios is expected to extend beyond the development of solar fuels to include fundamental developments in areas such as bioengineering of plants for optimal production and environmental impact, new routes to efficient and low-cost solar panels, production of energy-saving catalytic methods, and increasingly efficient separation processes.
foundry.lbl.gov /facilities/Helios/index_helios.htm   (393 words)

  
 Discovery Channel :: NASA Solar Aircraft Crashes in Hawa
Made of carbon fiber and graphite, Helios was a prototype of an aircraft scientists plan to use as a "flying satellite," capable of remaining aloft for months at a time and flying anywhere a mission requires.
Designed to reach altitudes of up to 100,000 feet (30,000 meters) on one-day missions and 65,000 feet on longer missions, Helios was one of several unmanned aircraft funded by NASA.
Helios, which cost some $15 million, was gearing up for a two-day flight in July.
dsc.discovery.com /news/afp/20030623/helios.html   (241 words)

  
 Aerospaceweb.org | Ask Us - Fastest Manmade Object
The Helios, which holds the record for fastest manmade object, was a series of two spacecraft launched in the mid-1970s to study the Sun.
Helios 1 was launched in December 1974 and Helios 2 in January 1976, both reaching the Sun within about three months.
The reason the Helios probes were given such unusual orbits is that they were intended to make various measurements of the interplanetary space between the Sun and Earth.
www.aerospaceweb.org /question/spacecraft/q0109c.shtml   (496 words)

  
 The Helios 2 Satellite
Helios 2 was launched into a solar orbit on 15 January 1976.
The first instrument capable of exploring linear time profiles of gamma-ray bursts was on the Helios 2 satellite.
The Helios 2 data, when added to the information provided by its contemporaries ISEE 3, Venera 11, Venera 12 and others, provided new tools to scientists trying to discover the nature and origin of gamma-ray bursts.
heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov /docs/heasarc/missions/helios2.html   (257 words)

  
 Helios Airways
Helios Airways is the first independent airline in Cyprus having commenced charter operations in May 2000 and scheduled operations in April 2001.
The filming on the Helios 737-800 video is excellent with great clarity and crystal-clear ATC communications.
The flight into Bournemouth from Larnaca was great on a clear, sunny day with a fantastic overflight "tour" of the London and Southern England airports.
www.worldairroutes.com /Helios.html   (360 words)

  
 Anti Rootkit Software - Helios
Helios is an advanced malware detection system has been designed to detect, remove and innoculate against modern rootkits.
Helios Lite is a rootkit detection product based on some of the components of the Helios rootkit detection technologies.
Helios Lite was designed to be quick and portable, it does not require installation and can be run off a USB drive.
www.antirootkit.com /software/Helios.htm   (364 words)

  
 Solar e-Clips - Helios Investigation Team wraps up Field Work - Analysis Begins
While the investigation is continuing, both NASA and Helios manufacturer and operator AeroVironment, Inc., are moving ahead with planning for follow-on activity to mature the solar and fuel cell propulsion systems technology developed for the Helios, while incorporating lessons learned from the mishap investigation in the planning effort.
The Helios Prototype had been aloft for about a half-hour on the second of two checkout flights leading to a planned long-endurance flight demonstration later this summer, using power from its solar arrays by day and from an experimental fuel cell system at night.
During their nine days at PMRF where the Helios Prototype was based during the summer flight deployment, the team collected all of the "perishable data," including witness interviews and statements, reviewed available program information, developed a fault-tree analysis, and developed several potential contributing causes to the mishap.
www.californiasolarcenter.org /solareclips/2003.08/20030826-14.html   (628 words)

  
 The Heinz Electronic Library Interactive Online System (HELIOS): Building a Digital Archive Using Imaging, OCR, and ...
HELIOS represents a significant breakthrough technology that has the potential to transform the work of archivists by helping them to overcome the significant challenges they face, including an inability to: 1.
In the HELIOS project, the original paper documents are processed based on the typical arrangement scheme of a congressional collection.
Using HELIOS, users will eliminate the need to wade through pages and pages of less significant material in search of those "golden nuggets." Scholars will be able to focus their efforts more on exploring new ideas, comparing and contrasting new relationships, and drawing conclusions, rather than on performing endless hours of manual research.
epress.lib.uh.edu /pr/v6/n4/gall6n4.html   (3538 words)

  
 Helios for Transputers   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Helios is a micro kernel operating system for embedded and multiprocessor systems.
The services conform to the Helios server specification, which means the services can be transferred transparently from the host to the target without modification to the target application.
Helios SUN includes IOServer internet services which merge the socket domain of the host computer to the Helios target.
www.classiccmp.org /transputer/helios.htm   (760 words)

  
 The Space Place :: Helios, the Solar-Powered High Flyer
On August 13, 2001, remote-control pilots on the ground used a computer to fly the Helios Prototype to an altitude of 96,863 feet.
First, Helios' wings--or rather wing, since it is really just one flying wing--is 247 feet long, about a classroom width longer than a Boeing 747.
Helios is a project of NASA's ERAST program (for Environmental Research Aircraft and Sensor Technology).
spaceplace.nasa.gov /en/kids/helios_fact.shtml   (602 words)

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