program star

program star

[′prō·grəm ‚stär]
(astronomy)
A star whose properties are observed or measured during a specified series of observations.
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May, who specializes in parapsychology (psi) research and was the former director of the Star Gate program, and Marwaha, a researcher specializing in the synthesis of cognitive sciences and psi research, provide reports of the US government program Star Gate, which researched the validity of extrasensory perception and parapsychology and their applications to problems of US national security.
AFS Corporate Member Clow Valve (Oskaloosa, Iowa) has again been approved for the Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Administration (IOSHA) Voluntary Protection Program Star status.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NASDAQ: GT), a tyre manufacturer, has announced that its Houston chemical plant has received certification to Voluntary Protection Program Star Status by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration.
The award recognizes companies that have attained the DOE's Voluntary Protection Program star status and have demonstrated a consistently superior level of performance in meeting established safety and health goals, conducted outreach, and achieved an injury and illness rate significantly below the average for similar operations.
Outdoorsman, hunter, "Maximum Archery" program star (look for it on the "Sportsman Channel") and musician Andy Ross presents Cold Dead Hand, his second album of no-holds-barred country music.
In a statement released by Universal film studio, it's announced that the "Sons of Anarchy" TV program star has quit the film due to scheduling conflict.
Images including the program star were captured to fits files with a field of view (FOV) of ~660 x 600 [arcsec.sup.2] and a resolution of about 110 arcsec [mm.sup.1].
Fuel terminals, owned and operated by Flint Hills Resources, in Austin, San Antonio, Waco and Fort Worth have all achieved Voluntary Protection Program Star status from the U.S.
There are only seven commands DoN-wide that have reached Voluntary Protection Program star status.
The company's employees in Texas also achieved Voluntary Protection Program Star status--becoming only the fourth pipeline operating group in the U.S.