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 Nimbus
The Nimbus Technology satellite program was initiated by NASA in the early 1960's to develop an observational system capable of meeting the research and development needs of Earth scientists.
Nimbus were second-generation meteorological research-and-development satellites that was designed to serve as a stabilised, earth-oriented platform for the testing of advanced meteorological sensor systems and for collecting meteorological data.
Nimbus, depending on the experiments carried, was 3.04 to 3.7 m tall, 1.52 m in diameter at the base, and 3 to 3.96 m across with solar paddles extended.
www.astronautix.com /craft/nimbus.htm   (935 words)

  
 ESE 40th Anniversary *The Nimbus Program*
NIMBUS is a NASA program to develop observation systems meeting the research and development requirements of atmospheric and Earth scientists.
The Nimbus satellites, first launched in 1964, carried a number of instruments: microwave radiometers, atmospheric sounders, ozone mappers, the Coastal Zone Color Scanner (CZCS), infrared radiometers, etc. Nimbus-7, the last in the series, provided significant global data on sea-ice coverage, atmospheric temperature, atmospheric chemistry (i.e.
TOMS instrument aboard the NIMBUS satellite was able to map the areal extent of the phenomenon known as the Ozone hole.
earth.nasa.gov /history/nimbus   (245 words)

  
 Definition of Unmanned space mission - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
There were also a few Japanese missions and the Chinese space program is preparing missions for the future.
Mariner program - Mercury, Venus and Mars, flyby and orbital
Mars Surveyor '98 program (Mars Climate Orbiter and Mars Polar Lander)
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Space_probe   (533 words)

  
 Nimbus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nimbus Records is a classical music record company
Nimbus, fictional broomsticks from the Harry Potter series
Nimbus Land, a fictional location in the Super Mario RPG video game
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nimbus   (100 words)

  
 ch4
The Nimbus program, approved in 1959 as NASA's second-generation meteorology satellite program, was operationally successfully concluded in 1978 with the launch of the last of seven polar-orbiting satellites.
Nimbus was flown not as an operational satellite but as an advanced research satellite on which new sensing instruments and data-gathering techniques were tested.
Nimbus 7 (October 24, 1978) also was called the "Air Pollution and Oceanographic Observing Satellite." In addition to mapping upper atmospheric characteristics, this last satellite of the series collected extensive data over the planet's oceans, extended scientists' solar and earth radiation data base, and monitored man-made and natural pollutants.
www.hq.nasa.gov /pao/History/SP-4012/vol3/ch4.htm   (10195 words)

  
 NASA Fact Sheets
Nimbus, a second-generation meteorological satellite which got its name from a cloud formation, is larger and more complex than TIROS.
The Nimbus satellites have returned a wealth of new data applicable to meteorology, climatology, oceanography, geology, geography and hydrology.
Another program of ATS was to test the satellite system as a means of controlling traffic in the air and sea lanes.
www.gsfc.nasa.gov /gsfc/service/gallery/fact_sheets/general/sat.htm   (1315 words)

  
 table4.82
Nimbus E was scheduled for launch in the second quarter of 1972, Nimbus F for the second quarter of 1973.
For Nimbus F, 12 experiments were chosen from 33 proposals for a tentative payload; the number was reduced to 11 in August 1970.
GSFC awarded GE a contract for the fabrication of the Nimbus spacecraft; the contract was definitized in June.
history.nasa.gov /SP-4012/vol3/table4.82.htm   (416 words)

  
 EXPLORES-NIMBUS-INDEX
Given the success of the TIROS program, the primary objective of the NIMBUS program was to develop a satellite system capable of meeting the needs of the world's atmospheric science research community.
The NIMBUS system originally designed as a replacement for TIROS, became the means to test new remote sensing techniques as well as a means to sense the radiative properties of the earth's land masses, oceans and the atmosphere.
Other goals of the program included the development of new earth surface mapping techniques, new ground data processing techniques, and to develop the capability to sense atmospheric variables in the vertical (soundings).
www.met.fsu.edu /explores/satellites/Nimbus   (119 words)

  
 nimbus
Nimbus Motorcycles were built by Fisker and Nielsen of Denmark.
Nimbus Motorcyklar byggdes av Fisker and Nielsen i Köpenhamn.
Nimbus is a system that allows owners of Bluetooth® enabled devices to find each other based on things they are offering or seeking.
www.nieddu.biz /piemonte/nimbus+.cgi   (792 words)

  
 40+ Years of Earth Science *Nimbus-7*
The first global monitor of man-made and natural pollutants in the Earth's atmosphere will be made with this spacecraft in cooperation with a team of about 50 international scientists.
In addition to APT capability, experiment data was to be transmitted to Earth immediately.
NIMBUS-7 carried eight highly complex sensors which were all improved versions of sensors previously flown on NIMBUS satellites.
www.earth.nasa.gov /history/nimbus/nimbus7.html   (236 words)

  
 Partners   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Nimbus Partner Program is an association of enterprise, technology and solutions partners who complement the products and services provided by Nimbus to add value for our customers.
Nimbus is actively seeking to extend it’s dynamic network of partners with companies who can leverage their industry expertise and specialised knowledge to ensure that their customers get the best possible solutions.
Nimbus considers its relationships with partner companies to be of strategic importance and places great store on striving to build successful relationships with our partners.
www.controles.co.uk /partners   (238 words)

  
 GLOSSARY M through O   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In 1987, the program was renamed to NAPP when the flying height for the program changed from 40,000 feet to 20,000 feet.
The ARC is responsible for managing a diverse series of research and technology development programs in support of NASA activities including flight simulation and research; aerospace and human factors; atmospheric and Earth sciences applications; and space biology and medicine.
The NPS also directs programs to assist other Federal agencies, State and local governments, and individuals in the protection of architectural, archeological, historical, and natural resources that are not part of the National Park System.
edcsgs9bb.cr.usgs.gov /glis/hyper/glossary/m_o   (2131 words)

  
 Nimbus -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Nimbus [the Brooklyn, NY band, now renamed DentistDentista]
(additional info and facts about Nimbus program) Nimbus program of weather satellites
(additional info and facts about Nimbus 2000) Nimbus 2000 (The handle of a broom) broomsticks from the (additional info and facts about Harry Potter) Harry Potter series
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/n/ni/nimbus.htm   (82 words)

  
 Critical Mass (Odyssey series) 4
What Nimbus proposed for the SFCD was a crude home-made MS-DOS viewer program which was barely adequate for displaying and searching classic texts, as in their own CD-ROMs of Lewis Carroll and Jane Austen, but hopeless for the Encyclopedia and its dense use of cross-referencing.
Nimbus preferred a system whereby you pressed a "Link" key; whereupon, at glacial speed, the software would assemble a non-alphabetical menu of all the links in the current entry, from which you selected where to go.
Although the basic grottiness of the Nimbus SFCD couldn't be disguised, it was possible to improve it considerably.
www.ansible.co.uk /writing/odyss04.html   (1485 words)

  
 NASA Fact Sheets
Nimbus, a second-generation meteorological satellite, named for a cloud formation, is larger and more complex than the TIROS satellites.
Nimbus 1 was launched in 1964 and carried two television cameras and two infrared cameras.
It is a goal of the SMEX program to bring each mission to launch readiness within three years after the start of detailed design activities.
www.gsfc.nasa.gov /gsfc/service/gallery/fact_sheets/general/satsum.htm   (3001 words)

  
 Nimbus-7 TOMS Instrument and Satellite Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The TOMS program began with the launch of TOMS Flight Model #1 on the Nimbus-7 spacecraft on October 24, 1978.
The software to derive useful information from the data returned by Nimbus 7 TOMS is the basis for the algorithm used to analyze all TOMS data and has gone through a lengthly evolutionary process bring it to the current version.
The Version 7 processed data include a revised instrument calibration based on analysis of the entire 14.5 year data record (including a correction for a 0.2 nm wavelength error which caused a 3% absolute offset relative to Dobson) as well as an improved algorithm.
toms.gsfc.nasa.gov /n7toms/n7sat.html   (272 words)

  
 Nimbus - 2003 Updates' Journal
They're for the CD and possibly the book, which will be out later this summer (and with special perks for those who attended Nimbus, too!), which is why we're focusing on the panelists and presenters.
HPEF, the organization who brought you Nimbus – 2003, is in need of a designer for our website, and we'd like him or her to be one of our talented supporters.
Programming includes a full slate of academic presentations, panels and workshops, as well as Quidditch, music, and a fall festival event.
www.livejournal.com /community/hporlando   (2427 words)

  
 Nimbus-7 Spacecraft Source Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Nimbus-7 Program was funded and managed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Washington, DC.
To continue to make baseline measurements of variations of long wave radiation fluxes outside the atmosphere and of atmospheric constituents for the purpose of determining the effect of these variations on the Earth's climate.
The purpose of NOPS was to organize and oversee the processing of payload data (except SAMS) into scientific investigations.
podaac.jpl.nasa.gov:2031 /SOURCE_DOCS/nimbus7.html   (901 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
If it is, you will want to get a listing of your program and your output to hand in to your lab instructor.
If you have found an error and need to edit and correct your program, make sure you close the script file, make corrections to your program, and compile and run it again.
To print from astro, thunder, or nimbus, type at the prompt: or you can send the file to the printer.
www.cis.temple.edu /~pwang/071-C/Reference/Unix_Cluster.txt   (812 words)

  
 Spaceflight :Meteorological Satellites
NASA's Nimbus satellites were flown from 1964 through 1978, as advanced research satellites that tested new sensing instruments and data-gathering techniques rather than as operational weather satellites.
Instruments on the Nimbus satellites included microwave radiometers, atmospheric sounders, ozone mappers, the Coastal Zone Color Scanner, and infrared radiometers and provided significant global data on sea-ice coverage, atmospheric temperature, atmospheric chemistry (i.e., ozone distribution), the amount of radiation in the Earth's atmosphere, and sea-surface temperature.
NOAA also currently operates the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP), a near-polar-orbiting series of satellites initiated by the Defense Department in the mid-1960s and the responsibility of the U.S. Air Force.
www.centennialofflight.gov /essay/SPACEFLIGHT/metsats/SP35.htm   (1769 words)

  
 eoPortal directory: Nimbus-7
Nimbus is a NASA/GSFC meteorological research-and-development satellite program (parallel to the operational TIROS program) which started in 1963 with the prime objective to test new instrument concepts (introduction of sensor technology), a secondary objective was to provide atmospheric data for improved weather forecasts.
Eventually, the series grew more into a major Earth sciences program (study of oceans, land surfaces and atmosphere) with the availability of better sensing instrumentation.
The ERTS (Earth Resources Technology Satellite, later renamed to Landsat-1) program, developed in the early 1970s, is a direct descendent of the Nimbus program.
directory.eoportal.org /info_Nimbus7.html   (206 words)

  
 Spaceflight :Earth Observation Satellites
weather satellite program, the Nimbus satellites were not weather satellites, but carried a number of instruments for measuring the temperature and humidity of the
This was a major advance, for earlier weather satellites like Tiros (Television Infrared Observation Satellite) had only been capable of taking visible light photographs of clouds and could not provide the kinds of traditional weather measurements that meteorologists normally used.
One of her suggestions was that NASA focus more attention on environmental monitoring in response to increasing scientific discussion of global climate change, a program the agency called Mission to Planet Earth.
www.centennialofflight.gov /essay/SPACEFLIGHT/earth_obs/SP34.htm   (1934 words)

  
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Among its goals are to utilize the development of the infrastructure and the capability of integrating large-scale high-tech systems as a solid foundation for the Republic of China's space technology development.
The only thing worse for the NIMBUS program was the failure of NIMBUS B, which was launched on 18 May, 1968, and crashed into the Pacific Ocean!
NIMBUS 3 was the first U.S. satellite to measure day and night time temperature of the atmosphere at various altitudes.
www.spacecraftnames.info /n.html   (4447 words)

  
 NIMBUS USA, Inc
The Nimbus USA Electronics Service Center is fully staffed with
Nimbus USA is committed to providing the best technical expertise, in an efficient and time sensitive manner for a positive outcome.
CONTACT US Copyright 2002© Nimbus, Inc. All rights reserved.
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 Bandwidth Control for Windows - Networking   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Shunra Nimbus: It's free, has basic options and it works but the options on capping are limited.
However, I don't like this program as it has to run on the clients machine so its easy to turn off :P and its irritating sitting there in the taskbar but, it does allow for an easy turn on and off option.
Once you apply the filters you can close the program and they will continue to be applied regardless of whether the application is active or not.
forums.whirlpool.net.au /forum-replies-archive.cfm/65793.html   (7697 words)

  
 The Goddard Library - Subject Guides: GSFC History
This site includes links to the instruments used in the mission, whose purpose was to measure the global energy flow and transformation in the magnetotail to increase understanding of fundamental magnetospheric processes.
Overview of this atmospheric and earth science program and lists links to the individual missions.
A brief overview of the Television Infrared Observation Satellite (TIROS) Program which was first launched in 1958 and which aided meteorologists in weather forecasting.
library.gsfc.nasa.gov /SubjectGuides/GSFC_History.htm   (1394 words)

  
 Schickele Mix Program Database Search
from Program Number 49: “Imitation Is the Sincerest Form”
from Program Number 139: “Symphonic March Music: All the Fun and None of the Responsibility”
Or enter part of a program title, such as Prague.
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