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ROVERANDOM
WORLD ROVER MOOT
FIRST RECOGNIZABLY MODERN BICYCLE
CAPTIVE ROVER
MANNED PRESSURISED ROVER
PNEUMATIC TIRES
ROVERING
ROVER RECORD
FIRST ROVER
ROVER BOYS
ROVERS
BRITISH LEYLAND MOTOR CORPORATION
OPPORTUNITY ROVER
ROVER GROUP
RANGE ROVER
ROVER SECTION
AUSTIN ROVER GROUP
MG ROVER
LUNAR ROVER
OPERATION
EQUIPMENT
JANUARY
PRIOR
NASA
STORY
FEATURE
SERIES
THREE
SURFACE
ALLOWING
DOGS
HUMANS
BOARD
VEHICLE
LAUNCH
YOUNG MEN
GOOD FRIEND
COMMISSION
PLUTO
MINNIE
THREE SONS
JAMBOREE
NAME
RESEARCH
MARCH 22
LATTER HALF
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Rover"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The rover was first used on July 31, 1971 during the Apollo 15 mission.
  2. Rover (the MG Rover Group) is a manufacturer of automobiles in the United Kingdom, based at the famous Longbridge plant in Birmingham.
  3. The Rover is stored in the Ascent Stage of the Lunar Module for the trip to the Lunar surface. (Web site)
  4. MG Rover are the heirs of the British Leyland Motor Corporation, which was formed in 1968 as the result of mergers between many British car firms.
  5. Each rover was used on three traverses, one per day over the three day course of each mission.

Roverandom

  1. That wizard, in turn, gets Rover (who is renamed Roverandom) flown to the moon, where he spends time with the Man in the Moon and his winged dog Rover.

World Rover Moot

  1. The original name was World Rover Moot, which was later changed to World Moot (because the term Rover was less and less used) and later to World Scout Moot.

First Recognizably Modern Bicycle

  1. Starley's 1885 "Rover" is usually described as the first recognizably modern bicycle.

Captive Rover

  1. A captive rover is a rover station whose contest operation is intended specifically or primarily for the benefit of another fixed station.

Manned Pressurised Rover

  1. One NASA study resulted in the Mobile Lunar Laboratory concept, a manned pressurised rover for a crew of two, with a range of 396 km.

Pneumatic Tires

  1. Yes the rover in the museum had these fitted in the mid 70's when they realized pneumatic tires could not have functioned on the Moon.

Rovering

  1. One of these was Rovering to Success, written for Rover Scouts in 1922.

Rover Record

  1. A bimonthly newsletter, the Rover Record, was inaugurated in 1935 as a means of communicating with directly with Rover Scouts and Leaders.

First Rover

  1. The first rover to visit another celestial body was the Soviet Lunokhod 1, which landed on the Moon in 1970. (Web site)

Rover Boys

  1. My Dear Boys: This book, "The Rover Boys Out West," forms the fourth volume of the "Rover Boys Series," a line of up-to-date stories for Young Americans.

Rovers

  1. The advancement badges for Rovers are worn on the left breast, below the Rover badge, while the miniature King's Scout Badge is worn on the right sleeve.
  2. Rovers, formerly Rover Scouts, is the fifth and final section of Scouts Australia, and began in 1918.
  3. While the scout section has the World Scout Jamboree, Rovers used to have the World Rover Moot. (Web site)

British Leyland Motor Corporation

  1. After merger with Leyland and Rover, the resultant company then became British Leyland Motor Corporation in 1968. (Web site)

Opportunity Rover

  1. Sagan's student Steve Squyres led the team that landed the Spirit Rover and Opportunity Rover successfully on Mars in 2004. (Web site)

Rover Group

  1. One of the first small-capacity, mass produced direct injection engines that could be called refined was developed by the Rover Group.

Range Rover

  1. British Leyland knew they were on to a winner, and ensured that the price of Range Rover soon exceeded the rate of inflation.

Rover Section

  1. Rover A youth member of the Rover section, usually 18-26 years of age.
  2. Since November 2006, Scouts of Namibia can boast of a third branch, being the Rover section.

Austin Rover Group

  1. The Austin Rover Group was a British motor manufacturer, which was formed from the British Leyland Motor Corporation (BL), and existed between 1982 and 1987. (Web site)
  2. To reflect the resulting two-brand strategy, BL was renamed as the Austin Rover Group in 1982, and this was shortened in 1986 to simply the Rover Group.
  3. The marque lived on after 1980 as British Leyland (later Austin Rover Group), the then-owner, placed the MG badge on a number of Austin saloons. (Web site)

Mg Rover

  1. All of the following brands were controlled by MG Rover, and were formerly the property of British Leyland. (Web site)

Lunar Rover

  1. Some photographs show the Lunar Rover on the Moon with pneumatic tires while other show it with wire mesh wheels. (Web site)
  2. The crew used a Lunar Rover and conducted three lunar surface excursions, lasting 7.2, 7.6 and 7.3 hours.

Operation

  1. During its 322 Earth days of operation, the rover traveled 10.54 kilometers and returned more than 20,000 TV images and 206 high-resolution panoramas. (Web site)

Equipment

  1. The Lunar Rover was the only piece of equipment from NASA's ambitious post-Apollo lunar exploration plans to actually fly in space. (Web site)

January

  1. Dr Schmidt said "The first meteorite to be found on Mars was an iron meteorite, discovered by the Opportunity rover in January 2005.

Prior

  1. Prior to the Cerbera, TVR had purchased V8 engines from Rover and then tuned them for their own use.

Nasa

  1. NASA will record video during the parade from a camera mounted on the lunar rover. (Web site)

Story

  1. The main character in this story is Rover (Roverandom). (Web site)
  2. In that story it was revealed that he and his friend Matey Malcolm McDuck buried a treasure of potatoes for Captain Loyal Hawk of The Falcon Rover. (Web site)

Feature

  1. A feature of the standard gauge service is the availability on trains and buses of the popular "Gwynedd Red Rover" day ticket. (Web site)

Series

  1. The Clubmans Register is a UK motor racing club for front engined sports racing cars powered by the Rover K series engine. (Web site)

Three

  1. Aside from the rover and its bridging kits, Jetman has access to three other pieces of equipment, all of which can be carried on the back of the rover.
  2. During three outside excursions over three days, they drove a Lunar Rover 16 miles and collected 213 pounds of lunar rock and soil.

Surface

  1. July 26, 1971 -The U.S. launched Apollo 15 which included the first use of the lunar rover which was designed to operate on the surface of the moon. (Web site)
  2. China is also planning a robot landing that will deploy a rover on the surface, and a lunar sample-return mission before 2020. (Web site)

Allowing

  1. Odd numbered games would be played under PCHA rules, allowing for six players and a rover, whereas games 2 and 4 would feature the six per side NHA rules. (Web site)

Dogs

  1. So the extension of the word "dog" is the set of all (past, present and future) dogs in the world: the set includes Fido, Rover, Lassie, Rex, and so on.
  2. The Reading With Rover program in Washington pairs trained dogs with children who read aloud to the dog. (Web site)

Humans

  1. The Lunar Electric Rover is a concept vehicle about the size of a pickup truck that NASA is evaluating for use when humans return to the moon. (Web site)

Board

  1. The Board have further decided that these concessions would be admissible also to Apprentices and Trainees who are Boy Scouts or Rover Scouts.

Vehicle

  1. It would have therefore been impossible to carry the rover vehicle to the Moon in the same confined LM, even if it collapsed into a more compact form.
  2. The vehicle was called a lunar rover.

Launch

  1. This was the first phase of China's three-stage moon mission, which will lead to a landing and launch of a rover vehicle around 2012. (Web site)
  2. It was the first mission to use a lunar rover, to feature three EVAs and to launch a subsatellite in lunar orbit. (Web site)

Young Men

  1. Rover A member of the oldest program section in Scouting, for young men and women aged18-26.
  2. The Rover section has historically been open to young men and women, even prior to Cubbing and Scouting being opened to girls. (Web site)
  3. Rover Scouts were established as early as 1922 in Hong Kong for young men of 18 and above. (Web site)

Good Friend

  1. Rover hadn't been in the band since 2001, but he remained a good friend to us all throughout the years and this tragedy has hit us hard.

Commission

  1. The Metro 6R4 rally car was developed by Williams in 1984 on commission from Rover.

Pluto

  1. In the next appearance on October 23, 1930, in The Picnic[ 5] the dog is named not Pluto, but Rover.

Minnie

  1. Picnic, another Mickey Mouse cartoon from the same year features a pet-dog of Minnie named Rover.

Three Sons

  1. Arnold graaf van had three sons, Ghijsbert van Rode, and Roelof (Rover) van Rode, and Hendrick van Rode. (Web site)

Jamboree

  1. Rover Scouts of Korea played major roles in managing the events and operation of the Jamboree during those seven days of on and off-site activities.

Research

  1. So Ryan Sheckler is donating his Range Rover and doing good stuff for cancer research.
  2. These were made after months of research from Zulus and Rover Scouts in Natal.

March 22

  1. No communication has been received from the rover since Sol 2210 (March 22, 2010). (Web site)
  2. No communication has been heard from the Spirit rover since March 22. (Web site)

Latter Half

  1. The country plans to launch its second lunar probe, Chang'e-2, in the latter half of this year as well as send a lunar lander and rover by 2013.

Categories

  1. Lander
  2. Spacecraft > Satellites > Moons > Moon
  3. Astronomy > Universe > Planets > Mars
  4. July 31
  5. Prototypes

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