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Related to extravehicular activity: Spacewalking, EVA suit
AcronymDefinition
EVAEconomic Value Added
EVAExtravehicular Activity (US NASA)
EVAEnterprise Virtual Array (Compaq)
EVAEvangelion (Japan Anime)
EVAEthylene Vinyl Acetate
EVAEthyl Vinyl Acetate
EVAExcellence in Visual Arts (various locations)
EVAEthisch Vegetarisch Alternatief (Belgian vegetarian movement)
EVAEn Vele Andere (Dutch: and many more)
EVAEuropese Vrijhandelsassociatie (NL)
EVAEthylene Vinyl Alcohol
EVAEquine Viral Arteritis
EVAEnterprise Virtual Array
EVAElectronic Voice Alert
EVAEuropean Visual Archive
EVAEvent and Alarm (software)
EVAElectric Vehicle Association
EVAEarned Value Analysis
EVAEnergieverwertungsagentur (Austrian Energy Agency)
EVAExtreme Value Analysis (ultrasonic testing)
EVAEnglish Volleyball Association
EVAEmergency Vehicle Access (California)
EVAElectronic Visualisation and the Arts
EVAEfficient Vehicle Assessor
EVAEnglish Voyage Academy (Whitianga, NZ)
EVAEnvironmental Acoustics
EVAElectronic Video Agent (Command & Conquer game)
EVAEuropean Visual Archive project
EVAEnlarged Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome
EVAEtileno-Vinil Acetato
EVAEnglish Vocabulary Assistant (Kyoto Notre Dame University)
EVAEigenvector Algorithm (for blind equalization)
EVAEscort Vessel Administration (US Navy)
EVAElectromagnetic Valve Actuation
EVAEnvironmental Vulnerability Assessment (Gemany)
EVAExternal Vulnerability Assessment
EVAExtended Virtual Agent (gaming community)
EVAError Volume Analysis
EVAElectronic Visual Aid
EVAExtended Visit Authorization
EVAExpert Virtual Answers (AT&T Broadband)
EVAElectronic Vault Access
EVAEuropean Venture Academy
EVAEuclidean Viterbi Algorithm
EVAEmergency Vision Assurance system
EVAExtensive Vocabulary of Acronyms
EVAEnhanced Vulnerability Assessment
EVAEnterprise View A
EVAEuropean Vermiculite Association
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These days new course of space-borne robotic systems design is outlined: mobile robotic system designed for extravehicular activity. Therefore, it requires the development of specialized weightlessness device.
The jargon word is extravehicular activity or, as an acronym, EVA.
Earlier the extravehicular activity (EVA) team had removed temporary insulation and unlatched the shutters that protect the cupola windows during the third and final spacewalk of the STS-130 mission.
Extravehicular activity (space walk) or launching another shuttle to "fly by" the Columbia to take a "visual" and check for damage were not simple options, even if they had been considered.
The chapters cover biological research in space, exobiological research, biomedical research in spaceflights, extravehicular activity, and medical support for the International Space Station and for interplanetary human spaceflights.
prepares to deploy the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package during the Apollo 11 lunar surface extravehicular activity on July 20, 1969.
However, manually manipulating the TCV setting can dramatically reduce the productivity of the astronaut, distracting them from the extravehicular activity (EVA) mission at hand; and since an astronaut's attention is focused on other things during EVA, there are time lags in the application of temperature control (Thor-ton et al.
The prime candidate for carrying out the walk andndash; known formally as an Extravehicular Activity (EVA) andndash; is Zhai Zhigang, a 42-year-old colonel in the Chinese air force.
On February 7, 1984, astronaut Bruce McCandless suited up for extravehicular activity, put on the rocket pack, and jetted 150 feet from the shuttle for the first off-leash spacewalk in history.
Reilly, with a doctorate in geosciences from University of Texas-Dallas under his belt, served as a mission specialist and lead for the extravehicular activity (EVA) or spacewalking crew.
In a paper published in May, Sarkissian wrote that the use of digital processing techniques on the tapes would make it "possible to recover the original high quality TV of the first lunar EVA (extravehicular activity) and make it available to the public for the first time".
Robinson carries out the third 'extravehicular activity' on the International Space Station Canadarm2.