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FGSFederation of Genealogical Societies
FGSFree Ground Shipping
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FGSFo Guang Shan
FGSFlorida Geological Survey
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FGSFor God's Sake
FGSFor Goodness Sake
FGSFellow of the Geological Society (Geological Society of London)
FGSFlight Guidance System
FGSFine Granularity Scalability
FGSFine Granular Scalability
FGSFoundation for Global Sustainability (Knoxville, TN)
FGSFull Genome Sequence (biology)
FGSFinal Governing Standards
FGSFemale Genital Surgery
FGSFlorida Genealogical Society
FGSFG Syndrome
FGSFrance Gardiennage Sécurité (French: French Security Guarding)
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FGSFederal German Ship (German Navy)
FGSFructose Glucose Syrup
FGSForum Genevois de la Sécurité (French: Geneva Security Forum; Switzerland)
FGSFree Gaming System
FGSFinished Goods Series (inventory planning software)
FGSFacchina Global Services (La Plata, MD)
FGSFeature Generalization Services
FGSFast Gibbs Sampler
FGSFine Grained Siliceous
FGSFree Grace Seminary
FGSFlorida Gourd Society
FGSFlorida Geological Service
FGSFile Guide System
FGSFire and Gas Safety System
FGSForeign Ground Station
FGSFlooding Gateway Selection (wireless mobile networking)
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CASE would provide packaged detectors to ARIELs Fine Guidance Sensor assembly.
Day 5: Grunsfeld and Feustel will replace one of the three Fine Guidance Sensors with a refurbished one brought back from a previous servicing mission.
Hubble has three optical instruments called Fine Guidance Sensors (FGS).
Using the Hubble Space Telescope's Fine Guidance Sensors, a dozen astronomers in the United States, France, and Switzerland collaborated to detect the orbit-induced motion of Gliese 876, a 10th-magnitude red dwarf 15 light-years away in Aquarius.
On the second sortie, astronauts will install a new 486 computer (tested on John Glenn's shuttle flight last year) and replace one of the three Fine Guidance Sensors.
Wasserman (Lowell Observatory) and their colleagues took a step toward this elusive goal by training one of the Hubble Space Telescope's Fine Guidance Sensors on several stars for which ground-based observations had identified very low-mass companions.