crossing time

crossing time

1. The time taken for an object to make a crossing of a larger system under the influence of gravitational dynamics, for example a star crossing a galaxy or a galaxy crossing a cluster of galaxies.
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Maitha said the system is aimed at raising the safety of pedestrians who need a time longer than the average crossing time such as seniors, people of determination, and people with luggage or strollers.
The system is bound to raise the safety of pedestrians who need a time longer than the average crossing time such as seniors, people of determination, and people with luggage or strollers.
It is estimated that crossing time for travellers from Uganda to Kenya has been reduced from one hour and 26 minutes on average to about 37 minutes.
Van Gaal was critical of United's pre-season tour of the United States last summer, believing the team spent too much time crossing time zones.
This route to Northern Spain was launched in January and offers weekly return services from Poole on Tuesdays at 6pm arriving on Wednesdays at 8pm - a crossing time of 25 hours.
TRAFFIC lights will stay on red for longer to give older people more crossing time on new "puffin" crossings.
Those accessing the border crossing time information will benefit by being able to anticipate actual international boundary crossing times starting from queuing positions on the Mexican side of the border to release points in the United States.
The new addition will have a shorter crossing time.
Keywords: (nested) fractal, self similarity, walk dimension, crossing time
Crossing time from Dover is 90 minutes with a choice of 25 daily sailings.
In response to Coyle's case, the DOT reviewed the Foothill intersection where Coyle was cited and found the crossing time was appropriate, although the department added two seconds to the white hand ``walk'' time so it's now seven seconds before the hand blinks red.
Doctors say light is the key to beating the tiredness and insomnia caused by crossing time zones on long journeys.