IDP

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IDPInternally Displaced People
IDPIntern Development Program
IDPIndependence (Amtrak station code; Independence, MO)
IDPIndividual Development Plan
IDPIdentity Provider (cybersecurity)
IDPIntrusion Detection and Prevention
IDPIPsec (Internet Protocol Security) Discovery Protocol
IDPInternally Displaced Person
IDPInternational Day of Peace
IDPIntegrated Development Plan
IDPIdentity Proofing (authentication software)
IDPInclusion Development Programme (various organizations)
IDPInitial Domain Part
IDPIdentity Provider
IDPIntegrated Device Processor
IDPInterchange Document Profile
IDPIntra Dc Precision
IDPIdentity Protection (software)
IDPIrrigation Development Project (Zambia)
IDPImminent Danger Pay
IDPInternet Datagram Protocol
IDPInterdisciplinary Program
IDPIntegrated Development Planning (Malaysia)
IDPInternational Drivers Permit
IDPInternal DisplayPort (digital display)
IDPIslamic Democratic Party (Maldives)
IDPInternet Dictionary Project
IDPIngersoll-Dresser Pump (various locations)
IDPInfectious Disease Program (various organizations)
IDPIMS (IP(Internet Protocol) Multimedia Subsystem) Developer Program
IDPInterplanetary Dust Particle
IDPInternational Development Partners (Norway)
IDPIntegrated Data Processing
IDPIndividual Development Program
IDPInterdisciplinary Degree Program (various schools)
IDPInterac Direct Payment (credit card, Interac, Inc.)
IDPInterac Direct Payment (Canada national debit service)
IDPInstitutional Development Plan (World Health Organization)
IDPInstitutional Development Program
IDPInternet Death Penalty (sanction against spammers)
IDPInstructional Development Process (outer space training)
IDPImagery-Derived Product
IDPInosine 5'-Diphosphate
IDPImmigrant Defense Project (New York, NY)
IDPInternational Development Planning
IDPIntelligent Document Platform
IDPIssuing Distribution Point (digital certificate)
IDPIndigent Defense Program (various locations)
IDPInsurance Data Processing, Inc (Wyncote, PA)
IDPIntoxicated Drivers Program (various locations)
IDPInitial Detection Point (telephony)
IDPInformation Data Processing
IDPImage and Data Processing
IDPInnovative Design Process (various organizations)
IDPInitial Delay Position
IDPIntercept Deployment Plan
IDPInternational Development Program of Australian Universities and Colleges Ltd
IDPInstallation Deployment Plan (USAF)
IDPInstallation Design Plan
IDPIndividualized Dialing Plan (Telephony)
IDPIndustrial Development Plan
IDPIntelligence Data Processor
IDPInstrument Data Processor
IDPIncreased Deployability Posture (STADEPS)
IDPIntra Day Plan
IDPIncremental Development Package
IDPInformation Dissemination Processor
IDPInstallation Design Package
IDPIntegrated Development Package
IDPISDN Protocol Converter
IDPIodine Disinfection By-Products
IDPIntelligent Data Product
IDPIntegrated Decision Paper
IDPInterface Development Plan
IDPInterface Demonstration Plan
IDPIntegrated Diagnostic Plan
IDPInitial, Developing, Proficient
IDPIsometric Dot Paper
IDPInterface Design Package
IDPInternal Development and Production
IDPImpuesto a los Derivados del Petroleo (Spanish)
IDPInstructor Development Plan
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Brownlee, an astronomer at the University of Washington in Seattle who revolutionized the field of interplanetary dust particle research.
Interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) have elemental compositions that fall into three major types: chondritic (60 percent), iron-sulfur-nickel alloys (30 percent), and metal-rich silicates (10 percent).
Using a state-of-the-art transmission electron microscope, the scientists have now actually detected water produced by solar-wind irradiation in the space-weathered rims on silicate minerals in interplanetary dust particles.
Although comets now strike Earth very rarely on the scale of a human lifetime, interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) shed by comets gently shower down on Earth.
This intriguing conclusion stems from the overlap of two studies -- an investigation of the dynamics of interplanetary dust particles an observations taken in 1983 with NASA's Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS), notes Dermott.
As Mars revolves around the Sun, it is constantly bombarded by very small meteors and interplanetary dust particles, which have plenty of organic compounds in them, Pavlov said.
In March, space scientists reported collecting interplanetary dust particles from Earth's stratosphere and noted the presence of organic molecules on them (SN: 3/27/93, p.204).
Initially she conceived of only a single experiment using the Blackbird, the collection of interplanetary dust particles and micrometeorites, a project directly related to her field.
"Methane is produced from innumerable, small micro-meteorites and interplanetary dust particles that land on the Martian surface from space," explained Frank Keppler, lead author of the study.
Interplanetary dust particles may rank among the oldest materials in the solar system.
Thousands of tons of interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) enter the atmosphere each year.
The new calculations enabled the team to deduce the interplanetary dust particles' contribution to the infrared energy recorded by IRAS -- and to subtract it from the data used to compile IRAS' images.
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