moonscape


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moonscape

the general surface of the moon or a representation of it
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19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Moonscape Ventures, a $120 million investment company focused on startups in the Internet of Things and related technologies, was launched today by global entrepreneur Mati Kochavi, whose existing network of companies include smart city and IoT solutions provider AGT International.
Summary: At this border camp for displaced Syrians, 3-by-2 meter white plastic dome tents line row by row across a dusty, barren moonscape, enclosed by a barbed wire fence.
It is billed as a "mischievous moonscape of pink pepper, mandarin and heliotrope deepened by exotic teakwood and vanilla oak.
Medal Of Valour completed Johnston's treble at the track when overturning odds-on shot Moonscape by three and a quarter lengths in the concluding 1m maiden.
Warden Sarah Money said: "The reserve was a muddy moonscape when it was created 20 years ago.
Mining Canada's gooey crude often creates an unappealing moonscape.
These holes were aimed at identifying additional nickel-cobalt resources outside the existing Greenvale resource boundaries at The Edge, Powder Magazine and The Power Line areas and to define resources at Moonscape and other areas of potential high grade nickel laterite mineralisation within the Greenvale pit limits.
I asked the students to draw a scene that featured trees or a moonscape on white paper.
Meanwhile, hundreds of people have lined the road to Tawang-a moonscape of steep, craggy mountains and white stupas, which is home to the Monpa people who practice Tibetan Buddhism and speak a tongue similar to Tibetan.
Scientists hoped an analysis of the debris would confirm the theory that water - a key resource if people are going to go back to the Moon - is hidden below the barren moonscape.
Like other environmental topics that have rallied her to action, the realization of mountaintop removal mining--how it has destroyed more than a million acres across the Appalachian Mountains, leaving a toxic moonscape in its wake--left her no choice but to follow her convictions straight to a June 23 protest in southern West Virginia--and another arrest.
Hammered into a devastated moonscape, it is the landmark for Europe's biggest reclamation project, in which 60,000ha of a former open coal-mining area are being turned into a water park.