Suisei


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Suisei

(soo-ee-say -ee) See Sakigake.
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Comet 1P/Halley has been studied most often, by the Giotto, Sakigake, Suisei, Vega 1 and Vega 2 missions.
The leading oriental pear cultivars grown in Brazil include the Nijisseiki, Kosui, Hosui, Suisei and Shinseiki varieties (ARRUDA & CAMELLATO, 1999).
Earlier that very day, Swett, a Medal of Honor recipient and fighter ace, had shot down a Yokosuka D4Y Suisei ("Comet") dive bomber, known to the Americans as a Judy, near Okinawa, his 16th victory of the war.
She is survived by her daughter: Helen Tucker of High Point, NC; son and his wife: Rene and Ann Goguen of Athol, MA; daughter and her husband: Annette and Paul Dymek of Denton, NC; daughter and her husband: Jeannie and Steve Walsh of Chapel Hill, NC; son and his wife: Art and Suisei Goguen of Monument, CO; son and his wife: Don and Diane Goguen of Fountain Hills, AZ; five grandsons: Rene Goguen, Bob Lajoie, Craig Goguen, Keith Lajoie, and Beren Goguen; 12 great-grandchildren, and four great-great grandchildren.
Spacecrafts: Giotto, Vega 1, Vega 2, ICE, Suisei, Sakigake, 1986
In the dawn sky, a lone Japanese D4Y3 Suisei (Comet) dive-bomber acquired a target--the USS Franklin CV-13, an Essex-class carrier.
Joining the Zeros on this occasion were two Suisei carrier bombers (501 Air Group) sent up to drop aerial bombs on the attacking planes.
They heard the drone of a newscaster's voice from the room beneath them, still talking about Suisei's pictures of Halley's comet.
Assisted childbirth Bali 92 Jogja 87 Suisei 56 East Java 72 NTB 50 NTT 37 Indonesia 67 Source: Susenas, 2002 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Japan's Suisei and Sakigaki made distant observations of the ultraviolet coma.
After Shimada published the first part, ''Suisei no Jumin'' (Comet Resident), in November 2000, he promised his readers a sequel in one year.