Gorizont


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Gorizont

A Russian satellite that was placed in a geostationary orbit for communications purposes.
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Airdrome, ground equipment and accessories ("Gorizont");
Later, in assemblage with the nether Ozerki Beds, those were included in the Zavolzhskian RS and finally, according to the decisions of the Interdepartmental Regional Stratigraphic Session in 1988, became regarded as a separate regional stage (gorizont) (Rzhonsnitskaya & Kulikova 1990).
The S-100, in addition to being produced under licence in Russia by Gorizont, also has officially demonstrated its capabilities onboard frigates of various navies (including the French and German navies), and as a carrier of aesa radars like the Selex Picosar and the Thales I-Master (normally carried by the Watchkeeper).
(123) Lidiia Chukovskaia, "Protsess iskliucheniia: Ocherk literaturnykh nravov," in Izbrannoe (Moscow: Gorizont; Minsk: Aurika, 1997), 410.
Asiasat-G is a low-power Russian built Gorizont satellite and does not match the characteristics Asiasat filed with the ITU for the position at 77.5 degrees east, Nongluck said.
This education institution has a satellite downlink, comprising a parabolic antenna and an automatic search device, plus a DPS-710 converter, a SunTrack-II programmed tuner, a videotranscoder with modulator, a polarizator, and 12 GoldStar VCRs and Gorizont 12" color TVs.
The once-conformist but now noisy journal is Gorizont ("Horizon").
Mobile TeleSystems also announced that it will be offering services in the oil- and diamond-rich northern Russian region of Yakutia, after acquiring the region's mobile phone operator Gorizont in a USD52.2m deal.
In Russia, a version of the S-100 is to be built under licence by OAO Gorizont. The Russian Coast Guard has bought the 'Gorizont Air S-100' for use from its 630-tonne Almaz Rubin-class (Project 22460) patrol boats, which will also carry the manned 3400-kg Kamov Ka-226.
Caption: In Russia, the Schiebel Camcopter S-100 is known as the Gorizont A-100 where it was tested by the Russian coast guards.