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When the dome was completed and operational, it quickly became clear that there was a serious problem with the golfballrace. The track contained about three hundred reclaimed balls collected from a local golf course and, although they would roll individually without trouble, once they began to bunch together there was a strong tendency for the balls to climb over each other and to force their way out of the track. I tried various ideas, such as breaking up the long groups of balls with sliding wooden blocks, but none was totally successful until a complete cage assembly was introduced. Had I looked closely at a modern ballrace, I would have realised that a metal cage assembly is used to hold the balls at regularly spaced intervals all around the track.
My reply is that I own a bag of clubs and walk around a course once or twice a week. It is good exercise, but I used to think it the most frustrating activity imaginable. Astronomical imaging wins hands down There is no doubt that if it can go wrong it will go wrong. On top of this, being domiciled in central England, I have probably chosen one of the least favorable sites for the activity in the world (Seattle excepted I see that Mark-de-Reget of that town has now gone robotic to New Mexico). Perhaps I may recite just a few of the mishaps that have befallen me.
Such fundamental discoveries and measurements of these alloys, some of which were being observed for the first time, could, said Project Scientist Jan Rogers, be used to improve sporting goods, including golf clubs, due to their excellent elastic properties. Mixtures of gold-coated aluminium-copper-iron and aluminium-copper-cobalt, in balls the size of blobs of chewing gum, were also extensively undercooled in TEMPUS. ''The gold is protecting the sample from oxidation,'' explained D.M. Herlach of the German Aerospace Research Establishment in Cologne. ''If the sample were to oxidise, it could not be undercooled.''
In the classical world there is no such thing as a 'sum over histories'. There is only one history. When there are a number of possibilities open, we have to choose one. All the other possible paths which are not taken are independent of the one actually taken. If I choose to study in the library, I will never know if I would have won or lost on the golf course. Neither will I know what I had missed at the nightclub
Greg Bothun is a northwesterner, educated in Washington State, briefly a professor at the University of Michigan, and now a long-time professor of astronomy at the University of Oregon. Greg, nicknamed ''Dr. Dark Matter'' by his friends, is interested (when not raising his two sons, hiking, playing softball, or golfing) in galaxy evolution and studies of large-scale structure in the Universe. In what follows Greg takes us on a very special journey that he traveled, to find the dim, lurking giants of galactica, the so-called low surface brightness galaxies.
These save time and effort, and often they are good common sense9 and help us survive. Common sense is often defined as sound practical judgment that is independent of specialized knowledge or training. 10 If you see a person with a gun, your script tells you to protect your loved ones at the scene and to leave the area as quickly as possible. If you are playing golf and a thunder-and-light-ning storm begins, your script tells you to head for cover (but not under trees ). If you are about to drive to another city and your car's gas gauge reads nearly empty, your script tells you to get gas before you leave.
Context view of Pillan's new lava flows. The color mosaic, shown in Figure 3.4(A) (see color section), was the highest thus far of the anti-Jovian hemisphere, showing small, previously unseen calderas with green floors, nicknamed golf courses'' and later named Chaac and Haokah Paterae (Geissler et al., 1999). During orbit 15 in May 1999, three-color, high-phase observations with resolutions between 12.7 and 14 km per pixel were obtained to examine the strange photometric behavior of Io's surface materials and to search for surface changes around Kanehekili on the sub-Jovian hemisphere (Simonelli et al., 2001). In addition, a four-filter, three-color eclipse observation, shown in Figure 3.3(B), was obtained to examine the interaction between the Io flux tube and Io's atmosphere and plumes (Geissler et al., 1999). NIMS spectra were also obtained during orbits 12, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, and 22. NIMS observations during this phase of the mission continued to detect hot spots, including...
The Newark site, unfortunately, is in the middle of a golf course (obviously called Mound Builders Golf Club), but visiting the site is worth the risk of getting hit by a ball. The structure is conceived as follows On the edges of the main axis of the great circle there is a small mound called Observatory Mound (for a reason see below) and a passage that provides access to a small, linear path that leads to the octagon. Inside the octagon are eight other small mounds. Various other elements complete the sacred landscape in Newark, including another large circle surrounding an elevated structure some 60 meters long in the shape of a bird, and another structure in the shape of a moon crescent.
The place, the conditions and the time were as follows. On Friday, November 5th, at Tadmorton Heath golf course, situated on the high ground near Banbury, there was a thick fog which persisted until about 11.30 a.m. in spite of a Sun which seemed to be struggling to penetrate it. The ground, more particularly noticeable on the fairways, was literally covered with a dense carpet of cobwebs which, being saturated either with particles of moisture or the remains of a ground frost - I do not know which - presented an appearance suggestive of snow. At 11.45, when the fog had suddenly dispersed and a brilliant Sun was almost due south, my companion and I came to a fairway running directly north and, upon stepping on to the mown and heavily cobwebbed portion, were simultaneously arrested by the extraordinary spectacle of a perfect rainbow flat on the grass. It started at our feet and ran in an elliptical form, definitely not a circle, to the extremities of both sides of the fairway and...
Can also fabricate a large range of part sizes parts smaller than 1 in. in diameter (e.g., golf club shafts) and as large as 20ft in diameter have been wound. The major restriction on geometry is that concave contours cannot be wound, because the fibers are under tension and will bridge across the cavity. Typical applications for filament winding are cylinders, pressure vessels, rocket motor cases, and engine cowlings. End fittings are often wound into the structure producing strong and efficient joints.
Meanwhile, the seven STS-83 astronauts arrived at KSC and spent some time on board Columbia on the pad, performing their simulated countdown and emergency escape procedures. This gave Still, a native of Augusta, Georgia, the chance to milk her hometown's proud golfing tradition, as she took her best swing to release one of the slidewire escape baskets. We'll be watching your form,'' one of her crewmates joked, and your follow-through
A first application of this was tested with the Pathfinder rover, and was later also applied to its more sophisticated descendents Spirit and Opportunity. For these rovers, an operator chooses a suitable path on the images sent back by the robots. The operator then indicates a set of target locations along the route, and instructs the rovers to move from target to target, like golfers on a golf course. Additional commands, such as supplementary, in-between target locations or simple instructions to go a couple of centimeters back, only need to be sent when the rovers get blocked by unexpected obstacles.
100 Golf Tips
If you want to become a golf player, it is a good idea to watch professional golf players playing the sport. When you watch them, you would become more inspired in getting better with your game. Aside from that, you could also take note how they carry themselves on the field, as well as how they make their swings.