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(kvahnt) See Mir.
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Electronic auction: supply of technological equipment for the project: open joint-stock company kvant scientific and production enterprise, moscow - "reconstruction and technical re-equipment of the production of 3e-10 products for the 3k-30 complex
In addition to the K2, Zero Gravity has selected Clay Paky lighting, Kvant lasers, Universal Effects and much more, to revolutionise the visual experience of both its large and smaller scale events from November -- from DXBeach festival right through to the intimate live music of Drift, every Saturday.
The volume honoring Russian mathematician Vladimir Igorevich Arnold (1937-2010) begins with the first full English translation of his 1990 interview in the Russian magazine Kvant and a reprint of his 1997 lecture at the Fields Institute, "From Hilbert's Superposition Problem to Dynamical Systems," Three of his papers follow on polymathematics: whether mathematics is a single science or a set of arts, a mathematical trivium, and about Vladimir Abramovich Rokhlin.
com)-- Russian service provider Kvant Telecom has selected Ekinops, a leading supplier of next generation optical transport equipment, to provide coherent 100G transmission between Moscow and the Ukrainian city of Kharkov.
Another author states that "the Chinese bought their active-array destroyer radar from the Ukrainian Kvant organization, which is unlikely to have the resources to develop the project much further.
The Ukrainian Kvant Design Bureau, which participated in the development of nearly all major Soviet warship radar systems, helped develop it.
Today, the city continues to be the headquarters for several large technology firms such as Angstrom, Micron, and Kvant.
Navy E-2C variants, the Pelena 1 and 2 series built to defeat the E-3 AWACS radars, and the Kvant SPN-2/1RL248 series, which is supplied in a range of X-band and [K.
The 30 lectures are derived from articles that Fuchs and Tabachnikov wrote for the Russian magazine Kvant 1970-90 and from lectures they gave in the Soviet Union and the US to audiences that included advanced high school and undergraduate mathematics students.
Given these criteria, the break-up of the alliance of International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) and Kvant in the Russian Federation was deemed appropriate for such an analysis.
The station suffered its first setback in April 1987, when an unmanned astronomy equipment module, Kvant, failed to dock with it as planned.