12.215 Modern Navigation (MIT)
This course introduces the concepts and applications of navigation techniques using celestial bodies and satellite positioning systems such as the Global Positioning System (GPS). Topics include astronomical observations, radio navigation systems, the relationship between conventional navigation results and those obtained from GPS, and the effects of the security systems, Selective Availability, and anti-spoofing on GPS results. Laboratory sessions cover the use of sextants, astronomical telesco
Studio Art Alumnus Brian Rutenberg -- Alumni Profile -- College of Charleston School of the Arts
Brian Rutenberg received his BFA from the College of Charleston in 1987 and his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1989. He currently lives and works in New York City. Rutenberg had his first solo exhibition with Forum Gallery in Los Angeles in 2000. Forum Gallery, New York became Rutenberg's primary representative. He has since hosted solo exhibitions at more than 50 galleries across the U.S. And participated in twice as many group exhibitions. He has received many major awa
Clear Thinking about National Security: Why is it so Hard?
We often behave as if National Security is too important to think clearly about. Some risks are ignored, while others are exaggerated. Policies are adopted to meet threats without any clear idea of what exactly the threat is, how serious it might be, and how it could most cost-effectively be addressed. Major decisions are made on the most slender of bases: invading Iraq, rebuilding Afghanistan, toughening terrorism laws, buying battleships, have all been undertaken without due
Article :: Creating a Photo Book in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
Whether it’s produced for a client or as a professional portfolio, designed as a gift or simply to preserve precious memories, a photo book makes a great way to share and showcase your images. The Book module makes it easy to design beautiful, sophisticated book layouts, and then publish them without leaving Lightroom.
Three New Facts About Denisovans
Hank brings us some late-breaking news from the genus Homo - a team of scientists has sequenced the genome of the Denisova hominin, the latest member to be added to the human family tree. (03:11)
China's shine fades for equity investors
Aug. 29 - Chinese stocks have tumbled to three-year lows, and analysts say the outlook will remain grim as long as corporate governance stays weak and locals stick to the sidelines.
Responsible Tourism Marketing - Long Version
How to market and communicate your sustainability efforts in tourism and hospitality- 30 minute video This video will make you see sustainability differently. It explains why your current sustainability messages make little impact on your customers, and how integrating sustainability in your company strategy will give you more meaningful, customer focused results. Read the report www.visitengland.com/keepitreal (25min) Like the video? Then take a half day course. We will work together to devel
Cómo utilizar la R y la RR
El castellano es un idioma muy rico en el que tienen cabida infinidad de peculiaridades. En este vídeo enseñan como utilizar la r y la rr. (1:30)
Rhetoric no barrier to China's U.S. buying spree
Sept. 5 - As U.S. citizens prepare to go to the polls, China is a favourite target of battling politicians, but beneath the campaign rhetoric, deals are still getting done.
District of Literature Festival - Afternoon Session
A day-long celebration reflecting DC's literary past, present, and future (afternoon session). Speakers included Sarah Browning, Regie Cabico, Melissa Tuckey and Dan Vera. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6262
This Day in History January 20: Iran Hostage Crisis Ends
Minutes after Ronald Reagan's inauguration as the 40th president of the United States, the 52 U.S. captives held at the U.S. embassy in Teheran, Iran, are released, ending the 444-day Iran Hostage Crisis. (1:00)
Measuring the Spread of the Data
Descriptive Statistics: Measuring the Spread of Data explains standard deviation as a measure of variation in data and is part of the collection col10555 written by Barbara Illowsky and Susan […]
Study reveals that BMI may underestimate true extent of childhood obesity problem
Childhood obesity prevalence data based on Body Mass Index (BMI) may be providing inaccurate estimates of the current obesity epidemic and associated health risks, according to new research by Leeds Metropolitan University, published in Obesity journal. Senior lecturer Claire Griffiths explains the purpose and findings of the study. For more information please visit http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk
Cam's 4th Grade Poetry Slam
This is an example of a poetry reading by a fourth grade student. Seeing another kid their age, may help some learners have more confidence to recite their poems or others' poetry orally. (00:46)
U.S. Day Ahead: Consumers set to show signs of life
Sep 13 - Retail numbers out in the morning could show that shoppers are still spending despite the sour job market.
People Make a Difference with Danny Brassell Guest: Andrea Adams-Miller
Oppervlakte van een cirkel Oefeningen bij de oppervlakte van een cirkel. Te gebruiken als aanvullende taak, huiswerk, hoekenwerk, ...
Oefeningen bij de oppervlakte van een cirkel. Te gebruiken als aanvullende taak, huiswerk, hoekenwerk, ...