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Roving on the Red Planet: by National Aeronautics and Space Administration

...at we offer from the air and from space. By sending airplanes, spacecraft, rockets, and people into the heavens, we not only open new frontiers, we ta... ...h denser atmosphere early in its history. Life may have arisen in ancient Martian lakes or springs. If so, fossil evidence of life might be found. Ma... ...life might be found. Mars was not always the dry wasteland that it is now. Billions of years ago, early Mars may have been very similar to early Earth... ...ourner (after the American abolitionist, Sojourner Truth), rolled onto the Martian soil. Mars Pathfinder also delivered science instruments to the sur... ...nce instruments to the surface of Mars to investigate the structure of the Martian atmosphere, weather, surface geology, and elemental composition of ... ...to Martian soil. Over the next several sols, Sojourner visited rocks named Barnacle Bill, Yogi, and Scooby Doo by the scientists. The rover also made ... ...n soil. Over the next several sols, Sojourner visited rocks named Barnacle Bill, Yogi, and Scooby Doo by the scientists. The rover also made measureme... ...cks in the view. Dust finer than talcum powder has gathered to the left of Barnacle Bill, the pitted football-shaped and -sized rock just above the en... ...e view. Dust finer than talcum powder has gathered to the left of Barnacle Bill, the pitted football-shaped and -sized rock just above the end of the ...

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Martian dichotomy

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...The most conspicuous feature of Martian surface geology is a sharp contrast, known as the Martian dichotomy... ...pheres differ in elevation by 1 to 3 km. The average thickness of the Martian crust is 45 km, with 32 km in the northern lowlands regio... ...of the mesas and knobs are lobate debris aprons that have been shown to be rock-covered glaciers.[4][5][6][7] Many large river val... ...river valleys cut through the dichotomy.[8][9][10] The Martian dichotomy boundary includes the regions called Deuteronilus Mensae,... ... Rocks ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Natural History

By: Pimentel, Richard A

...tion of the physical environment, especially climatic factors, land forms, rocks, and soils of local areas. The next group of chapters treats living o... ...ogenic Regions 66 Importance of Identification 66 5 PETROLOGY AND PEDOLOGY Rocks and Soils Minerals and Rocks 68 Rock-Forming Minerals 69 Rock Types 7... ...present ones, today's seas probably are much the same as those of one-half billion (or even more) years ago. It is generally believed that oceans beca... ...ISTORY ORIENTATION I mosphere probably has been much the same for over two billion years, and perhaps only moderate changes in the percentages oi exis... ...s may last only ten million years, but some small stars may last for fifty billion years. According to many astronomers the life cycle of a star assum... ... O O ^ — — m r- EARTH AND NATURAL HISTORY ORIENTATION able to breathe the Martian atmosphere for very brief periods of time; with warm clothing and a... ...restrial life, but there are exceptions. The marine squids, octopuses, and barnacles carry on internal fertilization even though they are aquatic, and... ...se man- of-war. On some purple sailors one might find at- tached gooseneck barnacles. find a ^ to % inch species that is made conspicuous by its reddi... ... oar + podos) — copepods Subclass Cirripedia (L. cirrus, curl -|- podos) — barnacles Subclass Malacostraca (Gr. ma/ate, soft + ostrakon) — malacostrac...

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Hale (Martian crater)

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...;km (22 mi) across that impacted at an oblique angle about 3.5 to 3.8 billion years ago. The rim and ejecta are eroded and show smaller impacts, ... ...rater wall. Aquifers are quite common on Earth. A good example is "Weeping Rock" in Zion National Park Utah.[6] On the other hand,... ... ^ Heldmann, J. and M. Mellon. Observations of Martian gullies and constraints on potential formation mechanisms. 2004. Ic... ... ^ Heldmann, J. and M. Mellon. 2004. Observations of Martian gullies and constraints on potential formation mechanisms. Icarus. ... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ...;km (22 mi) across that impacted at an oblique angle about 3.5 to 3.8 billion years ago. The rim and ejecta are eroded and show smaller impacts, ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Mars Pathfinder Lithograph Set, Nasa Resources for Educators: by National Aeronautics and Space Administration

...milar to those found in automo- biles but much larger and designed for the Martian environment, bounced at least 16 times and for at least a minute an... ..., the rover is still crouched on one of the lander petals. Airbag material billows out from beneath the petal. Rolled into tight cylinders at either e... ... Mars Pathfinder’s camera shows the Sojourner rover after driving onto the Martian surface. When this event occurred late on the night of July 5, 1997... ...ed to 10.5 kilograms (23 pounds) on Earth. The shadow of the rock known as Barnacle Bill, the first rock studied by Sojourner, can be seen in the uppe... ...5 kilograms (23 pounds) on Earth. The shadow of the rock known as Barnacle Bill, the first rock studied by Sojourner, can be seen in the upper left co... ... very fine-grained material can be seen on either side of the rover. Below Barnacle Bill there are a number of small pebbles with streaks of material ... ...e-grained material can be seen on either side of the rover. Below Barnacle Bill there are a number of small pebbles with streaks of material trailing ... ...ation of Mars National Aeronautics and Space Administration Sojourner at “Barnacle Bill” Soil Measurements Rover’s-Eye View of Lander Sojourner Does ... ...s first analysis of a rock on Mars began on Sol 3 (Mars Pathfinder’s third Martian day) with the study of Barnacle Bill, a nearby rock named for its r...

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Ritchey (Martian crater)

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... it displays several different layers. A dark layer at the top forms a cap rock that protects the underlying layers from erosion. Under this hard, dar... ... layers from erosion. Under this hard, dark layer is a softer, light-toned rock, that breaks into small boulders. The layers might be formed of volcan... ...in age this means that liquid water could have existed at various times in Martian history. Clay minerals were also found in the crater wall, crater f... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Natural history in Shakespeare's time; being extracts illustrative of the subject as he knew it

By: Seager, H. W. (Herbert West), B. 1848

...parrows leapeth on the Ass, and pecketh with their 20 SHAKESPEARE'S [ASS. bills in the wounds or in the sores, for the Ass should pass from their nes... ... the Ass, therefore the raven flyeth above the Ass, and laboureth with his bill to peck out his eyes ; but the deepness of eyes helpeth the Ass, and t... ...staves, and sticked and pricked with pricks, and his mouth is wrung with a barnacle [bit], and is led hither and thither, and withdrawn from leys and ... ...asture that is in his way oft by 3ooN.] NATURAL HISTORY. 21 aining of the barnacle, and dieth at last after vain travails, and hath no reward after h... ...d but in two gardens of the King's. Bartholomew (Berthelet\ bk. xvii. 18. BARNACLES.] NATURAL HISTORY. 23 Barnacles. We shall lose our time, And all ... ...into birds, having shape of ducks, hanging upon the bough by their nebs or bills ; and when they are come to full perfectness, they fly away of themse... ...rees. And bears with glasses. JULIUS C.ESAR, ii. i, 204-5. AMID the desert rocks the mountain bear Brings forth unform, unlike herself, her young ; No... ...rong in the lion, and therefore sometime he falleth down headlong upon the rocks, and falleth upon gravel and dieth soon. And as men say, the Bear's b... ...etcher's " Beggar's Bush," iv. 3, " Webster's " Northward Ho !" ii. i, and Martian's "What You Will," ii. 2, 83). Parmesan Sugar was also a costly lux...

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Becquerel (Martian crater)

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... Photographs by the Mars Global Surveyor revealed layered sedimentary rocks in the crater.[1] The layers appear to be only a few meters thick and... ... Layers in the Martian crater Becquerel ... ... ^ Lewis, K. et al. 2008. Quasi-Periodic Bedding in the Sedimentary Rock Record of Mars. Science. 322:1532-1535 ... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare. Edited by Horace Howard Furness [And Others] : Vol. 9

By: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; Furness, Horace Howard, 1833-1912

...ays that ' some- viii PREFACE 'times I'll get thee young scamels from the rock,' there I yield, and acknowledge that his baser appetite controls his ... ... to be forgot- ten ? Since the air is full of sweet sounds, whymay not the rocks be inhabited by unknown birds of gay plumage or by vague animals of a... ...r, the Boate-fwaine & I ; Die Gunner, and his Mate 50 LoiCd Mall, Meg, and Martian, and Margerie, But none of vs car 3 d for Kate. For/he had a tongue... ...fter describing the Sea-mew, has a separate article on " The Sea Mall; the bill white, but yellow to- wards the tip, bending," &c. — Academy ofArmory,... ...his ftrange ftare ? Al. O, it is monftrous : monftrous: 120 Me thought the billowes fpoke, and told me of it, The windes did fing it to me .• and the ... ...f, to produce a figure, as in diaper-work : 'April comes with his hack and bill, To raise a flower on every hill.' — Knight upholds Henley in asking w... ... That is, bird-lime. act iv, sc. i.] THE TEMPEST 229 And all be turn'd to Barnacles, or to Apes 273 273. or to] or Pope + , Dyce ii, iii. 273. Barnac... ...(vol. i, p. 38), who declares himself to have seen the feathers of these ' barnacles ' ' hang out of the shell at least two inches.' And the same acco... ...thermore, in his zeal to vindicate Harrison, Douce asserts that ' the fish barnacle, or Lepas anatifera, is undoubtedly furnished with a feathered bea...

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Mars Pathfinder

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...ander then opened, exposing the rover which conducted many experiments on the Martian surface. The mission carried a series of scientific instruments... ...surface. The mission carried a series of scientific instruments to analyze the Martian atmosphere, climate, geology and the composition of its rock... ...or comparison, the Viking missions cost $935 million in 1974 or $3.5 billion in 1997 dollars)To demonstrate NASA's commitment to low-cost pl... ...ence experiments The Mars Pathfinder conducted different investigations on the Martian soil using three scientific instruments. The lander contained a... ...he next sols progressed it approached some rocks, which the scientists named " Barnacle Bill ", " Yogi ", and " Scooby Doo ", after famous cartoon c... ...ols progressed it approached some rocks, which the scientists named " Barnacle Bill ", " Yogi ", and " Scooby Doo ", after famous cartoon characters... ...ojourner's rock analysis The first analysis on a rock started on Sol 3 with Barnacle Bill. The Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer (APXS) was used ... ...s rock analysis The first analysis on a rock started on Sol 3 with Barnacle Bill. The Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer (APXS) was used to determ... ...hich consist of two proton s and two neutron s). The results indicated that "Barnacle Bill" is much like Earth's andesite s, confirming past volca...

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Science Old and New

By: J. Arthur Thomson

...cindery under foot. Here and there out of a crack a sluggish crawl of molten rock, like very coarse-grained tar, hardening and blistering on the surfa... ... puma. Let us take two birds for a change. Many are familiar * with our long-billed tree-creeper, which runs up the stem like a mouse, stopping at sho... ...ig butterfly, and picking out small insects and spiders with its long curved bill. If we understand the rock-creeper's colonisa- tion we have the key ... ...eyed cormorants which look as if they had a guilty conscience, darting their bill nervously in all directions; unabashed puffins, with their moultable... ...zoophyte even on a fish. One of the strangest cases is that ofa big bunch of barnacles fixed to the tail of a sea-snake. Sometimes the encrustations b... ...als, sea-cucumbers, feather-stars, earthworms and lugworms, acorn-shells and barnacles, oysters and other bivalves, ascidians, lancelets, and a few fi... .... XLVIII THE HUB OF CREATION 393 THE HUB OF CREATION IF we can imagine Martian naturalists visiting the earth before the emergence of any of the... ...ion, andintricate interweavings that make a pattern. Almost every- where the Martians would find order and fitness; almost everywhere the Martians mig... ...fic interest is not the presence of man, for we can imagine the visit of the Martian explorers to a beautiful and interesting pre- Tertiary earth; and...

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Northwest Africa 7034

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... Clan Martian meteorite Grouplet ... ... Grouplet Martian (basaltic breccia)[1] ... ...bsp;oz)[1] Northwest Africa 7034 is a Martian meteorite believed to be the second oldest yet discovered.[3] It is... ...ieved to be the second oldest yet discovered.[3] It is estimated to be two billion years old and contains the most water of any Martian meteorite foun... ...oxene, different oxide minerals, and traces of iron sulfides.[1] The whole rock chemistry revealed that NWA 7034 has the highest water content ever me... ...ed.[7] With an age of 2.089 ± 0.081 Ga (billion years) it was formed just at the beginning of the Amazonian period ... ... ^ Williams, Rob (4 January 2013). Black Beauty' rock is a 2 billion year old unique 'meteorite' from Mars, say scientists"'". London: I... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Natural Science : Volume 12

...MENTS 13 geologists, studying the relations of the soils to the underlying rocks and investigating their capabilities. In 1893 this section made a ver... ...uffered consider- able denudation before the deposition of the sedimentary rocks west of Jimbour ; that, in fact, there is an unconformity within the ... ...that surface, as it is to suppose that the north wind hatches geese out of barnacles, which 38 NATURAL SCIENCE [January was a famous deductive conclu... ...field convolvulus, we come next to the field rose, then the meadow crane's bill, then silverweed, apple, borage, and so on, higgledy-piggledy all thro... ..., assistant professor of botany at the University of Naples ; Horace W. L. Billington, director of botanical gardens, Royal Niger Coast Protectorate, ... ...to offer some specimens as exchanges. 140 NATUBAL SCIENCE .[Fcl.niary The Bill for the establishment of the University of the United States, first in... ...ue than the anions, and the active tissue will remain negatively charged." Martian Morphology WHx\.t relief, after wading through the tenth text-book ... ... recapitulate. We are more interested in the anatomy and physiology of the Martians themselves. Some of our readers may remember that in September 189... ...0 NATURAL SCIENCE [March the only other internal organs. Such is Mr Wells' Martian, " a horror and a monstrous prodigy," The Martian, having no stomac...

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Chemistry and Camera complex

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...BS) and a Remote Micro Imager (RMI) telescope. The purpose of the LIBS instrument is to provide elemental compositions of rock and soil, while the RMI... ...ositions of rock and soil, while the RMI will give ChemCam scientists high-resolution images of the sampling areas of the rocks and soil that LIBS tar... ...anosecond pulses from a 1067 nm infrared laser and then observing the spectrum of the light emitted by the vaporized rock. Ch... ...Cam)". NASA/JPL. Retrieved September 9, 2009.  ^ "Rover's Laser Instrument Zaps First Martian Rock.". 2012. Retrie... ...3, 2012.  ^ Amos, Jonathan (August 17, 2012). "Nasa's Curiosity rover prepares to zap Martian rocks". BBC News. Re... ...ve study of different methodologies for quantitative rock analysis by Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy in a simulated Martian atmosphere" (PDF). S... ... Sojourner Barnacle Bill ... ... Sojourner Barnacle Bill ...

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Motion Pictures, 1960-1969

By: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

...., sd., color, 55 mm. Technicolor. Techniscope. Based on the play Alfie by Bill Naughton. S Sheldrake Films, Ltd.; 31Dec65; LP33214 . ALFRED BRICKROCK... ... See SHIRLEY TEMPLE'S STORY BOOK. ALIAS BART MAVERICK. See MAVERICK. ALIAS BILL HAWKS. See WAGON TRAIN. ALIAS CAPTAIN BDJGHAMTON. See MCHALE'S NAVY. A... ...g, June 19, 1903. 19Jun60; MP10244. June 20, I960. Phillipine independence bill approved, June 20, 1944. 20Jun60; MP10245. June 21, I960. First day of... ...ink, no. 74) Hal Seeger; 12Jul67; LUJ527. THE ATOM MISERS. See MY FAVORITE MARTIAN. ATOMIC CLOUD. See FLIGHT. 1200-31. ATOMIC ENERGY, INSIDE THE ATOM.... ...Inc.; 12Feb69 (In notice: 1968); MP19147. THE AWFUL TRUTH. See MY FAVORITE MARTIAN. Motion Pictures, 1960-1969 33 THE AWKWARD AGE. MY THREE SONS. See... ...f Esquire, Inc.; 4Apr68; MP18113. THE BARNABY WEST STORY. WAGON TRAIN. See BARNACLE. Thorne Films. 2 rain., si., color, 8 mm. (The Invertebrates, no. ... ...ENTS ONE STEP BEYOND. BLOOD HARVEST. RAWHIDE . See BLOOD IS THICKER THAN A MARTIAN. MY FAVORITE MARTIAN. See BLOOD KIN. See THE WESTINGHOUSE-DESILU PL... ...ision of Esquire, Inc.; 3Dec62; MP13298. THE INVERTEBRATES. See AMPHIPOD . BARNACLE. BLACK WIDOW SPIDER. BRITTLE STAR. CENTIPEDE. CHITONS . CLADOCERAN... ...SPONSES OF NEWBORN INFANTS. AUTUMN COLOR. BACTEHIOPHAGE GROWTH. BALANCES . BARNACLE. BASIC WEAVING. BATIKS. THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN. BEGINNING BOOKBINDI...

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Last Chance (Mars)

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... "Last Chance" rock outcrop on Mars. ... ... Feature type Rock outcrop Coordinates ... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Martians in fiction ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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The Overland Monthly : Series 2 Volume 73:1 (Jan. 1919)-Volume 73:6 (June 1919)

... STATEMENT OF PORTO B. A. CHENEY 337 RICO COMPENSATIONS OF THE GREAT WAR. .ROCKWELL D. HUNT 216 DE PROFUNDIS. Story PETE LOCHER 355 DICTATED, BUT NOT ... ...alman Jones Hears Strange Sounds . FREDERIC H. SIDNEY 536 THREE LOVE POEMS BILLEE GLYNN 494 THREE TRUE TALES E. CLEMENT d'ART 59 THEY THAT GO DOWN TO ... ...gh into a larger place and had no doubt of the eternal verities. Old Julie Billardeau, whose "man" a French prospector, died years ago, leaving her a ... ... Indians, men no less than women, are that they keep their word, pay their bills (as all the local merchants will tell you), and are invariably polite... ... the strong shell, cov- ered with mosses and seaweeds and in- crusted with barnacles that make their homes, each within its own tiny apart- ment, upon... ...vancing waters. But men and women are not the only enemies of the abalone. Barnacles in- fest its outer surface and it is attacked by various animalcu... ... did you get up here?" I asked. "The same way you did," he re- plied. "The Martians were hungry for news from 'Mother Earth.' They had tried for years... ...h communi- cation between the planets with no success. Finally Astrol, the Martian, Edison, invented that machine you see there, that is a powerful te... ...ul machine, then we'll go to my home and tomorrow wel'll go fishing in the Martian Canals." Hopkins introduced me to Astrol, who explained the wonderf...

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El Capitan (Mars)

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... "El Capitan" rock outcrop at Meridiani Planum, Mars ... ... Feature type Rock outcrop Coordinates ... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Martians in fiction ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Knowledge. V. 1-40; Nov. 1881-Dec. 1917; Vol. 22

...e Makers of Flint 128 Letter on the Origin of Flint 180 IV. A Caldron of the Rocks 186 Y. The Great Earth-Mill 235 VI. The Coming of Man 268 Comets an... ... Commercial Pearl Planets, The Morning, in February Platypus. Figure of Duck-billed . Proportions of some Races, Graphic Representation of the 39 132 ... ... contrast effects in particular. Contrast explains the bright borders to the Martian '' Seas," the exaggerated cusps of Yenus in dichotomy, and I have... ...of the birds darts at the other and tries to give him a lance-thrustwith the bill, the other springs aside, and the aggressor alights near, and the fl... ...ush, hedge-sparrrow, and others, though also singing, may be using the very "Billingsgate" of birds. THE KARKINOKOSM, OR WORLD OF CRUSTACEA.-VII. By t... ...ttle about such names as fifty years ago it knew about the centre of Africa. Barnacle seems to be the only name to conjure with. Johnson's Dictionary,... ...to grow on trees." As is well known, earlier writers thought the bernicle or barnacle goose from the tree no fable. Sir Robert Moray, for instance {Ph... ... Lepas anatifera, the duck-bearing, and Lepas anserifera, the goose- bearing barnacle. Probably the fable did more to awaken and keep alive a popular ... ...the terminator occupies over eighty pages, the projections being ascribed to Martian clouds. These conclusions may or may not be verified in the futur...

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Angustus Labyrinthus

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...gustus Labyrinthus is a complex of intersecting valleys or ridges near the Martian south pole (in the Mare Australe quadrangle), located at 81.68° S a... ... along the cracks. When the magma cooled, hard, erosion resistant walls of rock (dikes) formed. The crater was covered over, then partially exhumed. T... ...ed. The crater was covered over, then partially exhumed. The hard walls of rock were left standing as softer surrounding material eroded away.[3] ... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Knowledge. V. 1-40; Nov. 1881-Dec. 1917; Vol. 24

...t. Gui'ney 205 Sandpiper, Baird's, in Sussex ... ... ... jg Sandpiper, Broad-billed, in Kent ami in Sussex L. A. Curtis Edwards and W. Ruskiu Buttirfi... ...Star in. Charts of Plants, Flowering Winter leaf-rosette of the Sea- Stork's-bill Winter leaf-rosette of the Hem- lock Slork's-bill Wind- fertilized i... ...i.i iind Angeliva) ... Wdd Angelica and ().^-eye Daisies Tlie Bloody Crane's-bill ... Gregarious Plants—Winter Helio- tiope, Ranisons and Ivy Sketch-M... ...Zoo "never before exhibited alive in this country is the white ffoiit of the Rocky Mountains, one of the few species of mammals that are while at all ... ...nce of moisture from one hemisphere to the other, twice in the course of the Martian year, chiefly by an srial transmission. " Radiation and polar clo... ... its exaggerated form the observation of coui'se suggests a message from the Martians, but tlic actual obsei-vation is by no means so conclusive.—A. F... ...ch discussion still rages with unabated vigour. While Mr. Lowell sees in the Martian " canals " a vast system of artificial inigation, and M. du Ligou... ...ease, and takes refuge readily among the fronds of seaweeds or the shells of barnacles, when it is dis- turbed.' Fia. 1. — Isotoma maritima. Magnified... ...whale is in the habit of rubbing against rocks in oi'der to free itself from barnacles, and thus produces a kind of com—although why on the nose alone...

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Huo Hsing Vallis

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... Dikes in which liquid rock once flowed. ... ...y flow along faults. The water often carries minerals that serve to cement rock materials thus making them harder. Later when the whole area undergoes... ...chotomy Boundary. In Special Issue on Role of Volatiles and Atmospheres on Martian Impact Craters Meteoritics & Planetary Science. ... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Nature : Volume 82

By: Macmillan

...11; Changes on Mars, M. Jarry- Desloges, 19 ; Dimensions and Function of the Martian Canals, Dr. H. C. Pocklington, 58; the Functions of the Martian C... ...al Clocks from the Influence of the Variations of Atmospheric Pres- sure, 89 Billon-Daguerre (M.), Mode of Integral Sterilisation of Liquids by Radiat... ...Dr. Francis Darwin, F.R.S., 308; the Original "jr," 308 Crustacea : Peruvian Barnacles, Dr. A. Pilsbry, 75 ; New Species of Pea-crab, J. Hornell and T... ...arland (A.), the Recent and Fossil Foraminifera of the Shore-sands of Selsey Bill (Sussex), 148 Earth's Axis of Rotation, Geology and the, Hugh Birrel... ...-Allen (E.), the Recent and Fossil Foraminifera of the Shore-sands of Selsey Bill (Sussex), 148 Herschel (Caroline) and her Comet Seeker, 408 Herschel... ...ructure of Iron at High Temperatures, 175 Hunt (H. F.), the Functions of the Martian Canals, 69 Hurst (H. E.), Atmospheric Electricity in Egypt, T79 H... ...ns of, M. Jonckheere, 77, 140; M. Jarry- Desloges, 77 ; the Functions of the Martian Canals, H. F. Hunt, 69 ; Seasonal Change on Mars, Prof. Lowell, 1... ....), Monographic Revision of the Strepsiptera, 465 Pilsbry (Dr. A.), Peruvian Barnacles, 75 Pipereaut (M.), Manufacture of Zinc Sulphide and its Use as... ...ibed as a distinct structure. There is a similar confusion between the acorn barnacle and Lepas, the goose- barnacle. The nomenclature, in fact, is in...

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Argo (crater)

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...Mars, that was visited by the Opportunity rover approximately on its 365th Martian sol. The crater is located approximately 300 meters (980 ft) s... ...ximately 300 meters (980 ft) south of the heat shield and Heat Shield Rock. See also List of cra... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Rocks ... ... Rocknest ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ...

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Some Birds of the Countryside; The Art of Nature

By: Massingham, H. J. (Harold John), 1888-1952

...ER I THE COAST OF SOUTH WALES I COMMUNITY THE coast of Pembrokeshire presses rocks"and-stone's and farm-houses into the service of crc-es and hedges f... ...ce of crc-es and hedges for its landscape, and one can climb upon one of the rock-cairns, natural cromlechs studding the land and patterned with orang... ...ow fissures and caves tunnelling far into the land ; here masses of plutonic rock like dismantled fortresses, and here friable composites so terrassed... ...ng surge. I once witnessed a beautiful manoeuvre of these starlings. 1 Had a Martian naturalist visited this coast, he would have smiled indulgently i... ...hey used to disport themselves in the air above my head, their long incurved bills very conspicuous against the background of flawless sky, which thre... ... reddish grey of the plumage. Among the rocks, clustered with naticas, acorn-barnacles and limpets, the plumage is a duller monotone of sandy brown. T... ...curlew drag out a large crab from a crevice, despatch it with blows from the bill, and then nearly choke himself with it, dancing about on his shanks ... ...which distance I would sit in plain view and watch them) by smaller size and bill, darker crown 1 The shag, though more local than the cormorant, take...

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Phlegra Montes

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...by HiRISE. The debris apron is probably mostly ice with a thin covering of rock debris, so it could be a source of water for future Martian colonists.... ... thin covering of rock debris, so it could be a source of water for future Martian colonists. Scale bar is 500 meters long. ... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Rocks ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Nature; Volume: 82 Nov. 1909 - Feb. 1910

By: Lockyer, Joseph Norman, Sir 1836-1920, Editor

...; Changes on Mars, M. Jarry- Desloges, 19 ; Dimensions and Function of the Martian Canals, Dr. H. C. Pocklington, 58 ; the Functions of the Martian Ca... ... Clocks from the Influence of the Variations of Atmospheric Pres- sure, S9 Billon-Daguerre (M.), Mode of Integral Sterilisation of Liquids by R.idiati... ... Francis Darwin. F.R.S., 308: the Original " t,"" 30S Crustacea : Peruvian Barnacles, Dr. A. Pilsbry, 75 ; New Species of Pea-crab, J. Hornell and T. ... ...and (.A.), the Recent and Fossil Foraminifera of the Shore-sands of Selsey Bill (Sussex), 148 Earth's .A.xis of Rotation, Geology and the, Hugh Birrel... ...llen (E.), the Recent and Fossil Foraminifera of the Shore-sands of Selsey Bill (Sussex), 148 Herschel (Caroline) and her Comet Seelcer, 408 Herschel ... ...cture of Iron at High Temperatures, 175 Hunt (H. F.), the Functions of the Martian Canals, 69 Hurst (H. E.), Atmospheric Electricity in Egypt, itc) Hu... ... of, M. Jonckheere, 77, 140 ; M. Jarry- Desloges, 77; the Functions of the Martian Canals, H. F. Hunt, 69 ; Seasonal Change on Mars, Prof. Lowell, 107... ..., Monographic Revision of the Strepsiptera, 465 Pilsbry (Dr. A.), Peruvian Barnacles, 75 Pipereaut (M.), Manufacture of Zinc Sulphide and its Use as a... ...ed as a distinct structure. There is a similar confusion between the acorn barnacle and Lepas, the goose- barnacle. The nomenclature, in fact, is inco...

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Composition of Mars

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...planet Mars. "Hottah" rock outcrop on Mars – ancient streambed[1][2][3] viewed by the Curiosity R... ...mples of Mars in the form of meteorites that have made their way to Earth. Martian meteorites (often called SNC's, for Shergottites, Nakhlites, and Ch... ...hlites, and Chassignites[5]—the groups of meteorites first shown to have a martian origin) provide data on the chemical composition of Mars' crust and... ... sources, scientists think that the most abundant chemical elements in the martian crust, besides silicon and oxygen, are iron, magnesium, aluminum, c... ... find, the more recently the rock has been exposed near the surface. The 4-billion-year-old lakebed rock drilled by Curiosity was uncovered between 30... ...rals. Both of these minerals form in wet environments. It is supposed that billions of years ago Mars was much warmer and wetter. At that time, carbon... ...e vugs. Several lines of evidence point toward an arid climate in the past billion years or so, but a climate supporting water, at least for a time, i... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Nature; Volume: 51

...ll, great shearwater, collared petrel, capped petrel. Cape petrel, and white-billed diver. A list of forty species, individuals of which have been sai... ...f. Pickering. There ari strong reasons in the probable constitu- tion of the Martian atmosphere for believing this possible. But in view of certain fa... ...Lowell's last paper, irregularities have been de- tected at Flagstaff in the Martian terminator. These fall for the most part under two heads, of whic... ...small notches, such as are visible upon the lunar terminator ; only that the Martian ones are much less pronounced. They are probably due to mountains... ...ication from Mr. F. E. Blaauw, contained some re- marks on the colour of the bill in a living specimen of Cygniis aiiieridipiui.—A communication was r... ...) from South America, a Scops Owl (Scops ) from Formosa, deposited ; a Short-billed Toucan {Ramphaitos brevicarinatus) from Central America, received ... ... area limpets of all sizes abound, being specially numerous, however, on the barnacle-encrusted rocks above men- tioned. Groups of them were here mark... ...n inch from this. This individual was No 2 of a small group living among the barnacles, and kept under observation from November 26 till the present t... ...ent mide on No. 1. On December 16, at 4.5 p.m., thisanimil was basy scraping barnacles 3' west of its NO. 1326. VOL. 51] scar. It was removed and plac...

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Auqakuh Vallis

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...nes in Monument Valley, Utah. Buttes are formed when most of a layer(s) of rocks are removed from an area. Buttes usually have a hard, erosion-resista... ...re removed from an area. Buttes usually have a hard, erosion-resistant cap rock on the top. The cap rock causes the top of a butte to be flat. An exam... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Martians in fiction ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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The mothers of some distinguished Georgians of the last half of the century

By: Butts, Sarah Harriet, Compiler

...n the eternal truths into her heart, her feet were planted firmly upon the Rock of Ages, and her hand was clasped closely in that of the loving Christ... ...arons who wrested the Magna Charta from King John at Runnymede; and by the Martian and Battaile lines she traced her ancestry to the Huguenots of Fran... .... She quarrelled with her relations, repudiated her race, and clung like a barnacle to the family of her dead owners. Woe to " Marse Henry's gals " if... ...ises, Warners, Reades, and 57 The Mothers of Some Distinguished Georgians Martians helped to lay the foundations of the Repubhc. Martian was among th... ...he submission of royalty through its commander-in- chief. Lord Cornwallis. Martian's daughter, Elizabeth, married George Reade, Deputy-Governor and Ro... ...e around his dying bedside was, " Sing for me my mother's favorite hymn, ' Rock of Ages, cleft for me.' " As a further evidence of the impress of this... ...e his mother gave him when he left home for his far journey across rolling billows to a distant land. To this same Bible he turned for comfort and sup... ... eighty years: some- times the waters have been smooth, at other times the billows have almost overwhelmed him. God grant that the voyage may be a saf... ...en that the Supreme Court of ( jeorgia was established, he having caused a bill to be in- troduced into the Legislature establishing it, and the early...

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Elysium Fossae

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...lysium Fossae contain layers, also called strata. Many places on Mars show rocks arranged in layers. Sometimes the layers are of different colors. Lig... ...anged in layers. Sometimes the layers are of different colors. Light-toned rocks on Mars have been associated with hydraded minerals like sulfates. Th... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Martians in fiction ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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The Mothers of Some Distinguished Georgians of the Last Half of the Century;

By: Butts, Sarah Harriet

...n the eternal truths into her heart, her feet were planted firmly upon the Rock of Ages, and her hand was clasped closely in that of the loving Christ... ...arons who wrested the Magna Charta from King John at Runnymede; and by the Martian and Battaile lines she traced her ancestry to the Huguenots of Fran... .... She quarrelled with her relations, repudiated her race, and clung like a barnacle to the family of her dead owners. Woe to " Marse Henry's gals " if... ...ises, Warners, Reades, and 57 The Mothers of Some Distinguished Georgians Martians helped to lay the foundations of the Repubhc. Martian was among th... ...he submission of royalty through its commander-in- chief. Lord Cornwallis. Martian's daughter, Elizabeth, married George Reade, Deputy-Governor and Ro... ...e around his dying bedside was, " Sing for me my mother's favorite hymn, ' Rock of Ages, cleft for me.' " As a further evidence of the impress of this... ...e his mother gave him when he left home for his far journey across rolling billows to a distant land. To this same Bible he turned for comfort and sup... ... eighty years: some- times the waters have been smooth, at other times the billows have almost overwhelmed him. God grant that the voyage may be a saf... ...en that the Supreme Court of ( jeorgia was established, he having caused a bill to be in- troduced into the Legislature establishing it, and the early...

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Eberswalde (crater)

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... The delta also provides unambiguous evidence that some Martian sedimentary rocks have been deposited in a liquid. The meandering o... ...The delta also provides unambiguous evidence that some Martian sedimentary rocks have been deposited in a liquid. The meandering of the channels provi... ... of the delta, burying it. The deposits in the channels formed sedimentary rock. As the surrounding softer sediments were eroded away, the delta was e... ...of short lacustrine episodes on the order of years. This suggests that the Martian climate at the Noachian epoch time of formation was characterized b... ...; ^ Murchie, S. et al. 2009. A synthesis of Martian aqueous mineralogy after 1 Mars year of observations from the Mars ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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A New and Copious Lexicon of the Latin Language : Compiled Chiefly from the Magnum Totius Latinitatis Lexicon of Facciolati and Forcellini, And the German Works of Scheller and Luenemann

By: Leverett, F. P. (Frederick Percival), 1803-1836; Torrey, Henry Warren, 1814-1893

... mina ludendo reprasentaret. IT Al- so, a geometrical or geographical chart, Martian. Cipell. IT Also, square tab- lets of marble, glass, 4 - c. used ... ...tusationem e*t earn penitiii ..'inltere : abolert crimen e*t de- euinj.ierr. Martian. l),.rr,l 1 Abolert absolutely far eitincui, mori, Utx. Plat. Mul... ... into the Po. irTA/na (nldubito), 8nis, f. a "ceftH.nty, dubium, ilubitntin. Martian. Otpell. AtMvnnVToa (Id.), B, um, doubted of, juljfct of doubt, d... ...eus and Caasiope : on account of the pride ofher motlitr, she was bound to a rock to be devoured by a sea-monster ; but Perseus freed and married her.... ...k. Spi/is, 0oj, a bird], and A6RXCS, i, f. aopvos Trcrpa, a rff .7) and high rock or fortress in India. Curt. if Also, a lake in Epirus, so calledfrom... ...brycian, a Gaul. Sil. BiC(^'OS, i, m. a Celtic word signifyin 3 the. beak or bill of a bird. BEC'irON (/?rjx ( ')> ii> n - colt's-foot, a pl-int. Plin... ...r. Plin. Ep Pugnal et quasi bellatorius stylus. .Immian, Bellatoria jumenta. BiLLATRIX (Id.l, iris, adj. f. varlikt, skilledinwar. Cic. Bellatrix irac... ...Stat. Diva bellimitens. A. e. Pallas. BSLLIf, Idis, f. the white daisy. Plin BiLLO (bellum), as, ivi, ituin, n. 1. U BEL BEN BEN XtiiE'o, Cic. Longe ... ... a snaffle, it denotes generally one born after thel cessor. Plant. 3 brake, barnacle, an instrument put upon the nose of unruly horses. Hence, of a d...

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Vostok (crater)

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...to have been covered up with sand by the winds on the red planet, but many rock outcrops are still visible from the surface. ... ...estigator. While at Vostok, Opportunity investigated a rock dubbed "Gagarin", named for cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. It also imaged a s... ... Martian meteorites ... ... Rocks ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Martian ... ... Martian scientist ...

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Natural history; Volume: 15

By: American Museum of Natural History

...423 Fragments of Spider Lore Prank E. Lutz 424 Corythosaurus, the New Duck-billed Dinosaur W. D. Matthew and Barnum Brown 427 ILLUSTRATIONS African, N... ...n as memory recurs, comes to me the austere splendor of those stretches of rock and sky, of ridge piled upon ridge, backed by a line of snow and gray ... ...d see with binoculars the browTi sedges and the grayfrailejons covered the rocks even up to the very edge of the snow. Beneath our feet the soil was s... ...that the play gave im- petus to the fight for the clause in the new tariff bill, forbidding the importa- tion of feathers. Thus already has the drama ... ... Tyrannosaurus, is being mounted in the Pleistocene hall, and the new duck-billed dinosaur, Corythosaurus, in the dinosaur hall. Additions to the mine... ...earth, the moon acting only the self-effacing part of a mirror. But in the Martian spectrum the sun's rays have passed in addition through that planet... ...qualitative proof, quantitative proof as well. And both fitted in with the Martian meteor- ology which visual study of that planet has shown us must e... ... was then in process of melting and the plates showed that the band in the Martian spectrum, denoting water-vapor, had been intensified sev- entyper c... ...t forms which are dependent upon salt water, such as mussels, Littorea and barnacles, manage to live in brackish water if they can get purer salt wate...

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Deimos (moon)

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...os on 18 August 1877, at about 09:14 GMT, after deliberately searching for Martian moons. It is named after Henry Madan (1838–1901... ... km[8] making it 0.56 times the size of Phobos. Deimos is composed of rock rich in carbonaceous material, much like C-type asteroids and carbonac... ...nd Voltaire are named after writers who speculated on the existence of two Martian moons before Phobos and Deimos were discovered.[21] ... ...arter phase it would be about as bright as Vega. With a small telescope, a Martian observer could see Deimos's phases, which take 1.2648 days (Deimos'... ... Rocks ... ... Rocknest ... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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Some Account of the English Stage, From the Restoration in 1600 to 1830 : Volume 5

By: Genest, John 1764-1839

...ouse was not expected, then the performer usually added to the bottom of the bill, " KB. not any building on the stage" what was termed a building on ... ...ra^Mrs. Cibber. 29. Constant Couple. Smuggler = Blakes : no Clinchers in the bill. Dec. 1. Confederacy. 3. Henry 4th part 2d. Sir John FalstaiFzzLove ... ...ss = Mrs. Bradshaw : Doll Tearsheet= Mrs. Lee : with Witches, 10th time real bill. 6. Barbarossa. Othman=Havard : Sadi= Love : Zaphira = Mrs. Yates, 1... ...ace=Mrs. Mahon. 21. Never acted, Love in the City. Young Cock- ney =Dibdin : Barnacle (guardian to Priscilla) = Dunstall : Wagg (an attorney's clerk) ... ...be a Lord Wagg pre- tends to be a Colonel they marry Penelope and Miss Molly Barnacle gives Priscilla to Sightly and takes Miss La Blond himself this ... ...t acted 14 years, Gamesters. Wilding = King: Hazard (with a song) =Reddish : Barnacle = Parsons : Nephew =Dodd: Penelope = Mrs. Abing- ton : Mrs. Wild... ...mia =. Mrs. Barry. 29. Drummer. 30. Theodosius = Reddish : Varanes = Barry : Martian^Aikin: Athanais=Mrs. Barry : Pulcheria = Mrs. Egerton. 31. Twelft... ...rometheus, and, by his orders, Prometheus, in the 1st scene, is chained to a rock Prometheus is indignant he taxes Jupiter with ingratitude, and obscu...

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Mars in fiction

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...s in the future. Almost as popular as stories about Mars are stories about Martians engaging in activity (frequently invasions) away from their home p... ... 2.7 Music 3 Martians in fiction 4 See also ... ...artificial construction. Lowell's books on Mars expanded on this notion of Martian canals, and a standard model of Mars as a drying, cooling, dying wo... ... depiction, which displays a pre-exploration idea of how Mars would look - rocky and desert-like. The crew encounter "rock snakes", which can live wit... ...on book The Martians, the escarpment is the scene of an epic multi-pitched rock climb. His Icehenge (1984) also features a Mars in process of terrafor... ...ble atmosphere and later terraforming the planet. RocketMan (1997) - A comedy film about a wacky computer programmer who is r... ... In the comic strip, Calvin and Hobbes: Weirdos From Another Planet! by Bill Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes travel to Mars because the Earth is too p... ... Barnacle Bill ... ... Barnacle Bill ...

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