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mascon:

see moonmoon,
natural satellite of a planet (see satellite, natural) or dwarf planet, in particular, the single natural satellite of the earth. The Earth-Moon System

The moon is the earth's nearest neighbor in space.
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mascon

[′mas‚kän]
(geology)
A large, high-density mass concentration below a ringed mare on the surface of the moon.
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MASCON has paid a total of $1,178,323 to the New York City's Comptroller Office for the wage violations.
The most expedient and viable test of the inferred Vichada structure mascon is to explore for confirming anomalies with airborne gravity and magnetic surveys.
Shezhad of Mascon UAE was named the Man of the Match.
Mascon UAE reached the target in 13 overs losing two wickets.
The interiors of many basins are pronounced gravity "highs," the famous mass concentrations or mascons discovered in the early days of lunar exploration.
Shakoor of Mascon UAE was named the man of the match.
Hurston uses several mascon images to describe Janie's third husband - including "the bee," "lil' boy rooster," and "the Son of Evening Sun" - which identify him as a blues man.
Mascon will initially target the ANTs Data Server for use in its telecommunications product development practice, where ANTs' high performance and compatibility will enable Mascon to develop new, more competitive solutions.
Batting first, Mascon UAE put on 170 runs for the loss of six wickets 20 overs while Pak Emirates reached the target losing five wickets in 18.
If Lamont is such a feature, it isn't unique --Grimaldi, near the Moon's western limb, is also a small two-ring impact basin with a mascon.
We saved plenty of time by using PatchQuest and automating all the manual patching tasks in our enterprise," said J Balasubramanian, Network Engineer, Mascon Global Limited.
Many of Harris's lines resonate with the multiple, layered meanings created by a poet who has transformed the clever metaphors, aphoristic turns and snaps, witty exaggerations, and puns into mascon words, phrases, and images (like owning someone, as opposed to owning up and respecting someone) described by Stephen Henderson as characteristic of Black poetry.