LDE

(redirected from Long Duration Exposure)
AcronymDefinition
LDELeadership Development Event (various organizations)
LDELouisiana Department of Education (Baton Rouge, LA)
LDELead Design Engineer (various companies)
LDELinear Difference Equation (electrical engineering)
LDELinux Disk Editor
LDELow Dynamic Esp
LDELinux Disk Editor (software)
LDELeft Defensive End (pro football)
LDELand Development and Engineering (various organizations)
LDELyonnaise des Eaux (France)
LDELloyd Dobler Effect (Washington, DC band)
LDELourdes/Tarbes, France - Tarbes International (Airport Code)
LDELong Delayed Echo
LDELayout Design Element (model railways)
LDELibrairie des Etudiants (France)
LDELayout Dependent Effect (circuit design)
LDELong Drivers of Europe (golf)
LDELens of Eye Dose Equivalent
LDELong Duration Exposure
LDELiving Dermal Equivalent
LDELightpath Drop Edge
LDELiquid Discharge Eject
LDELong Distance Ear (Tom Clancy)
LDELondon Document Exchange
LDELaboratório de Desenvolvimento em Eletrônica (Portuguese: Laboratory for Development of Electronics; Brazil; est. 1989)
LDELitestep Desktop Environment (software)
References in periodicals archive ?
The project was one of 57 experiments housed aboard the Long Duration Exposure Facility, which a shuttle crew finally brought back to Earth in January 1990.
NASA's Long Duration Exposure Facility (LDEF) yielded a rich harvest of data on the conditions in Earth orbit and how spacecraft materials and systems perform in that environment, the space agency has announced.
When NASA launched the Long Duration Exposure Facility (LDEF) in April 1984, it intended to bring the orbiting, unmanned laboratory back to Earth nine months later.