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The Chandra X-ray Observatory

The Chandra X-ray Observatory

The Chandra X-ray Observatory. What Are X-Rays?. Chandra: An X-ray Observatory. Chandra in the Space Shuttle. Chandra Launch and Deployment. Launch. Deployment. Chandra Orbit. Chandra: Really in Orbit!. Constellations: Guides to the Sky. Stars Young and Old. Trees Large and Small.

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Chandra

Chandra

X-rays from Mars K. Dennerl, C. Lisse, A. Bhardwaj, V. Burwitz, J. Englhauser, H. Gunell, M. Holstrom, F. Jansen, V. Kharchenko, and P. Rodriguez-Pascual. Chandra. Halo (CXE). XMM. Disk (scattering).

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ORBIT

ORBIT

ORBIT. Bones of Orbit: Roof. Bones: Frontal bone . Lesser wings of sphenoid . Related to: Frontal cerebral lobes. Special features: Fossa for lacrimal gland. Bones of Orbit: Floor. Bones: Maxilla . Zygomatic . Related to: Maxillary sinus. Special features:

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ORBiT

ORBiT. Ontario Real-Time Brokers in Transition. Presenters: Wendy Watson, The Precept Group Paul Taylor , IBAO Scott Wagler, Josslin Insurance February 23 rd , 2009 Toronto, Marriott Eaton Centre Hotel. “Leadership: The Business - IT Imperative” . Introducing ORBiT.

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ORBIT.

ORBIT.

ORBIT. Dr. Nupur Dr. Shruti. LAQs. ORBITAL CELLULITIS DEFINITION AND ETIOLOGY CLINICAL FEATURES COMPLICATIONS MANAGEMENT PROPTOSIS DEFINITION CLASSIFICATION WITH CAUSES PSEUDOPROPTOSIS. SAQs. Pseudoproptosis Orbital periosteitis Complications of orbital cellulitis. Exophtalmos.

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ORBIT

ORBIT

ORBIT. It is a pyramidal cavity with its apex above and its base behind. CONTENTS. (1) Eye ball . (2) Extraocular muscles. (3) Bulbar fascia. (4) Nerves . (5) Vessels . (6) Orbital fat. ORBITAL FASCIA. It is the periosteum covering the bones of the walls of the orbit.

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ORBIT

ORBIT

ORBIT. Dr. Mujahid Khan. Description. Is a pyramidal cavity Base infront Apex behind. Margins. Superior: By frontal bone Lateral: By processes of frontal and zygomatic bones Inferior: By zygomatic and maxilla Medial: By processes of maxilla and frontal bones. Boundaries.

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ORBIT

ORBIT

FNAL: September 11, 2001. ORBIT. J. A. Holmes ORNL. Colleagues, Collaborators, Contributers. SNS, ORNL S. Cousineau, V. Danilov, J. Galambos, J. Holmes BNL J. Beebe-Wang, M. Blaskiewicz, A. Luccio, N. Malitsky, A. Shishlo TRIUMF F. Jones FNAL J. MacLachlan. Motivation for ORBIT.

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Orbit

Orbit

Orbit. Pair of bony cavities that contain the eye balls Eyelids Upper surface covered by skin and the inner surface covered by mucous membrane, the conjunctiva. The recti. The four recti arising from the fibrous ring called common tendinous ring. Sclera Nerve supply:

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Orbit

Orbit

Orbit. Dr. Mohammad Shehadeh. Anatomy. The orbit is a pear-shaped cavity, the stalk of which is the optic canal (Fig. 3.1). The intraorbital portion of the optic nerve is longer (25 mm) than the distance between the back of the globe and the optic canal (18 mm).

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ORBIT

ORBIT

ORBIT. Dr. Mujahid Khan. Description. Is a pyramidal cavity Base infront Apex behind. Margins. Superior: By frontal bone Lateral: By processes of frontal and zygomatic bones Inferior: By zygomatic and maxilla Medial: By processes of maxilla and frontal bones. Boundaries.

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