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  Astronomy/Astrophysics SUSI
The Sydney University Stellar Interferometer (SUSI) is a long-baseline optical interferometer located approximately 20km west of the town of Narrabri in northern New South Wales, Australia.
SUSI is operated by staff from the Astronomy group (formerly the Chatterton Astronomy Department) within the Institute of Astronomy at the University of Sydney.
SUSI has been developed, based on a successful prototype instrument, to tackle a range of problems in stellar astrophysics.
www.physics.usyd.edu.au /astron/susi   (174 words)

  
 susi
Susi gets to play with her brother Stryker almost every day, and they have a great time together.
Little Susie had been born and was all dried off, fed, and tucked in for the night by her mama.
Susi has several ASCA reserves, and is also training in obedience, agility, and herding.
www.perennialaussies.com /susi.html   (132 words)

  
 Suden (Canis lupus) ekologiaa
Susi käyttää suurimman osan ajastaan saaliin etsimiseen ja saalistukseen.
Susi voi olla useita viikkoja, jopa kuukausia syömättä ja syömään kerralla useita kymmeniä kiloja lihaa.
Susi on ollut pitkään vihattu ja pelätty eläin, koska se metsästää lihaa, kuten ihminen.
www.helsinki.fi /~mjkoskel/other/wolves.htm   (628 words)

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