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exa

One quintillion (10 to the 18th power). See exabyte and space/time.
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On Wednesday, the US-based Joint Space Operations Center, which monitors all artificial Earth-orbiting objects, notified EXA of a possible collision between Pegasus and the fuel tank of an S14 Soviet rocket over the Indian Ocean, some 1,500km East of Madagascar.
As Germany has set a world record for solar power production, it is natural that a German company like EXA Solar should make such a mutually beneficial offer.
EXA chief executive officer Sami AlHelwa said, "The agreement is not limited to cost saving and creating jobs, but also allows companies to produce more quality work through standard reports generated, high tech performance management system and an interaction framework to the point you feel like your employee is in the next room"- TradeArabia News Service
Secondly, EXA test is the easiest to perform and appears to be as accurate as tissue biopsy or the more commonly recommended magnesium load test.
The EXA IC200 measures concentrations of acid, alkaline, or salt solutions for process-control purposes by gauging their different levels of electrical conductivity.
The Agilent EXA Signal Analyzer is an LXI Class C-compliant unit that provides flexible, scalable signal analysis.