CHASER


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CHASERCongenital Heart Anomalies-Support, Education, and Resources
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The Dream Chaser is only a quarter of the size that the Space Shuttle was.
My staying chaser will canter, canter, canter, starting with one trip up the gallop before graduating to two and then three trips daily over a period of around two and a half months.
A vision of the Dream Chaser returning to earth from a space station.
Earlier this year, SNC successfully passed the third integration milestone for the Dream Chaser under the NASA Commercial Resupply Services (CRS2) program, confirming that the company's Dream Chaser vehicle can meet NASA requirements for transporting cargo to and from the space station.
This was the most dangerous spot the storm chaser had ever been in.
The confluence of these two independent interests, storm chasers and field researchers, on the same tornadic supercell presents a research opportunity: provided that storm chaser video and still imagery can be collated and fixed precisely in time and location, researchers could potentially apply them in studies on storm hazards, thermodynamics, kinematics, microphysics, and electrification.
As a result, the extreme chaser video has taken over the general market for storm video and led to criticism.
Rakesh, who featured on last night's episode of the show, presented by Bradley Walsh, said he will never forget facing their chaser, Shaun Wallace, and the moment the group realised they were about to win.
DOST's Science and Techology Information Institute (STII) also quoted Montejo as saying he has already identified a group from the Philippine Atmospheric and Geophysical, Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) who will comprise the storm chaser team's core to be dispatched to various areas before an expected typhoon hits land.
Sierra Nevada's seven-person Dream Chaser space plane's full-scale mockup was taken to an altitude of 12,500 feet by heavy-lift Sikorsky skycrane helicopter and released for a one-minute glide back to the runway.
For much of the last two decades, the tornado chaser tried to do just that (SN: 7/28/12, p.