CGRO


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CGRO

Abbrev. for Compton Gamma Ray Observatory.
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Citation trades in Canada, under the ticker symbol "CGRO" on the CSE, and in the U.S., under the ticker symbol "LIHTD" on the OTCQX Best Market (the "QTCQX").
E composto por 8 pares de detectores de NaI(TI) localizados em cada canto do CGRO. Tal disposicao permitia a total visualizacao do ceu.
When founded in 1975, CGRO demanded the Ontario government ensure unbiased education in schools and use gay organizations as a resource (Globe and Mail 1975a).
Designed to look outward at cosmic sources of gamma rays, CGRO also caught rare but tantalizing glimpses of gamma rays coming from Earth.
In stark contrast to CGRO's 1973 representation of sexual practices as falling along the Kinsey continuum, by 1982, CGRO wrote that human rights protection would 'force the government to recognize that we are entitled to the same rights which are theoretically accorded other minorities [emphasis in the original]'(CGRO 1973; 1982).
Then came CGRO, equipped with four sensitive instruments to observe and measure gamma rays.
In assessing the relative gains of the NCR and CGRO over Bill 7, she argues that CGRO's gains were due to the growth of support for equality within the Liberal and New Democratic Parties.
Quashnock and Lamb started looking more closely at the CGRO data to try make sense of it.
More recently, the pion-decay emission was detected by SMM/GRS [18, 19], GRANAT/Phebus [20-22], Compton Gamma-Ray Observatory (CGRO) with Energetic Gamma-Ray Experiment Telescope (EGRET) [23, 24], and GAMMA/GAMMA1 [25, 26].
Gamma-ray astronomy got a big boost in 1991 with the launch of the NASA's now-defunct Compton Gamma Ray Observatory (CGRO).
CGRO's Energetic Gamma Ray Experiment Telescope (EGRET) detected 271 sources in this slice of the spectrum, and more than half have no counterparts in other wavelengths.
The estimated probability of a death, anywhere, from bringing down CGRO with two gyros (Plan A, carried out in June) was estimated to be one in 29 million.