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hand lens

[′hand ‚lenz]
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Number: With the help of magnifying hand lens, all surfaces and each border were thoroughly examined from proximal to distal end to calculate the total number of nutrient foramina in each bone.
In the morning the box is opened and the insects can be examined under a hand lens, identied, and then released by putting onto branches where they blend into the trees.
ChemCam's laser zapping of this particular rock was the first time the team used Curiosity's arm-mounted Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) camera to try and capture images of the spark generated by the laser hitting a rock on Mars.
Gooch uses a hand lens to look at hemlock woolly adelgids on a hemlock tree branch at the park, far left photo.
Using a hand lens, photographs, and descriptions of Stanton and Yen's identifications, the morphotypes were separated, labeled, and counted.
Washington, December 21 ( ANI ): Photographs obtained from Curiosity's robotic arm-mounted Mars Hand Lens Imager have shown marked wear and tear on the rover's front left wheel.
This picture provided by Nasa shows the Curiosity rover, captured by the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI).
Miniature forests of Cape Horn; ecotourism with a hand lens, 2d ed.
Spectra Systems' materials are playing a key role in calibrating one of the high performance camera systems on the Curiosity rover called MAHLI (Mars Hand Lens Imager).
Each kit includes one squid, hand lens, wooden probe, ruler, forceps, dissecting scissors, hand wipes, plastic storage bag, and a disposable dissection kit.
He put a hand lens inside his patient to watch how the stomach did its thing.
Here is an idea that makes you wonder why someone hasn't thought of it before: an LED-illuminated hand lens. It's called the "Mini Illuminated Microscope," and boasts 45X magnification.