Only SpaceX's Dragon capsules, however, return cargo and critical experiment
results back from the station.
One critical experiment
is a four-stage sequential Stern-Gerlach experiment measuring the x-, then the y-, then the x-, then the y-components of the spin of a particle.
American nuclear scientists called one critical experiment
"tickling the dragon's tail," and from this Jacobs takes his title.
We have done the critical experiment
that has been asking to be done for the past 35 years, said Professor Hector.
A critical experiment
was run to verify the concept of shaping a nucleated solution flow using the extrusion system configuration of Fig.
But for biomedical researchers the critical experiment
may also be defined as evidence.
To find out, "I think it is a critical experiment
to determine whether there really is a shock wave inside single bubbles," he says.
Additionally, 20% of respondents report that half of their calls to Technical Support are "urgent" -- meaning that if an answer is not received in a timely manner a critical experiment
IBERDROLA RENEWABLES deserves considerable credit for hosting and supporting this critical experiment
," said Ed Arnett, Ph.
16, a Boeing engineering team will power up the SPACEHAB Research Double Module, or RDM, in the orbiter's payload bay and perform the delicate pre-launch operation of stowing time- critical experiment
hardware on board.
A team of engineers from Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) and the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, successfully installed SSDS Critical Experiment
Open Architecture software components.
Nevertheless, not everything can or should be computed and critical experiments
are an integral part of the research program for the calibration and validation of the multiscale strategies.