ORFEUS

AcronymDefinition
ORFEUSObservatories and Research Facilities for European Seismology
ORFEUSOrbiting and Retrievable Far and Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrometer
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By making this analysis easy, Rapid and Orfeus have brought complex research programmes into the hands of many more seismologists.
After several millennia's worth of Orpheus-and-Eurydice stories, it stands to reason that Brazilian director Carlos Diegues's contemporary filmic retelling of the myth, called simply Orfeu, feels like a trip inside a formidable echo chamber.
I went to Istanbul (once Constantinople, once Byzantium) and then flew to Izmir, and thence to Bodrum, where I (and others) boarded a ship, Orfeus (sic), and sailed down the southwest coast of Turkey.
One set of instruments, known as ORFEUS (Orbiting and Retrievable Far and Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrometer), consists of two spectrometers and a 1-meter telescope designed to study emissions from ultraviolet-bright stars at high spectral resolution.
Enckell used classical parallels to dramatize the problems of his time in a series of verse plays, including Orfeus och Eurydike (1938) and Alkman (1959).
These included Brett Bailey's Orfeus (South Africa), Munchner Kammerspiele's Hiob (Germany), Ea Sola's The White Body (France/Vietnam) and Toneelgroep Amsterdam's Antonioni Project (The Netherlands).
Pavel Drabek: Orfeus (Beating on the Iron Curtain XIII.)
I also thank the ORFEUS and EMSC communities for data access and the National Earthquake Information Center of U.S.
Known as the Orbiting and Retrievable Far and Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrometer (ORFEUS), the instrument consists of a main telescope and three spectrometers.
Among the highlights was Carlos Diegues' "Orfeu," produced by Globo Filmes, a division of media giant Globo.