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SDSS

Abbrev. for Sloan Digital Sky Survey.
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Evans (1997) conducted a survey on visualizing uncertainty in remote sensing imagery, and Watkins (2000) discussed a comprehensive experiment for evaluating uncertainty within an SDSS for combat simulations used by the military services.
Some authors like [26] carried out an analysis where GIS, DSS and SDSS were compared.
The SDSS will also measure the distance to a million of the nearest galaxies, providing a three-dimensional picture of the universe through a volume 100 times larger than that explored to date.
Explanations of why a country is not in compliance with the SDSS can also provide a better framework for understanding the data that are available.
The sixty art students at SDSS who participated, incorporated something about themselves and the issue in their design of the bowls.
This happened between 1998 and 2005, but nobody had noticed the odd behaviour of this galaxy until late last year, when two groups of scientists preparing the next (fourth) generation of SDSS surveys independently stumbled across these data.
The orbital period of the eclipsing dwarf nova SDSS J081610.
The HDZ-led government that assumed office in January 2008 represented a coalition agreement between the HDZ (66 seats), the HSS (6 seats), the HSLS (2 seats), the SDSS (3 seats), and other minority representatives.
and his colleagues will report their findings on the star, cataloged as SDSS J090745.
James Geach from the University of Hertfordshire discovered dense gas being blasted out of a compact galaxy (called SDSS J0905+57) at speeds of up to two million miles per hour.
On 10 June 2010, a tidal disruption event was spotted by XMM-Newton in galaxy SDSS J120136.