Encke


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Encke

(German ˈɛŋkə)
n
(Biography) Johann Franz. 1791–1865, German astronomer, who discovered Encke's Division in the outer ring of Saturn
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Taurid meteor shower is visible when the Earth passes every year through the dust and debris left behind by Comet Encke.
Pan is the second-innermost moon of Saturn, whose existence was first predicted in 1985 due to gravitational disturbances in the Encke Gap within Saturn's A Ring - the outermost of the planet's unique bright and large rings.
Despite being sent off the 2-5 fav, Camelot couldn't reel in the ill-fated 33-1 chance Encke who capitalised on a brilliant ride from Mickael Barzalona and perhaps a little something extra from subsequently disgraced trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni.
The following spring Encke was to test positive for banned steroids as part of the Mahmood Al Zarooni drug scandal.
Leger (G1) victor Encke suffered a fatal injury and had to be put down.
ENCKE, who served a drugs ban after his victory in the 2012 Ladbrokes St Leger, was yesterday put down after suffering an injury on the gallops.
Godolphin could have a fine afternoon, with Encke taken to play a leading role in the BMW Cumberland Lodge Stakes at Ascot.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- This movie from the spacecraft's Heliospheric Imager shows Comet ISON, Mercury, Comet Encke andEarth over a five-day period from Nov.
Sheikh Mohammed, who has had no shortage of success in the season's final Classic in his own maroon and white silks, saw Rule Of Law and Mastery enter the roll of honour this century before Encke caused an upset against Camelot 12 months ago.
A year ago the Triple Crown-seeking Camelot was all the rage for the world's oldest Classic, but he suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Godolphin's Encke.
The horse that denied Camelot a Triple Crown, Encke, tested positive for anabolic steroids.
RACING: Last year's Ladbrokes St Leger hero Encke is among seven further horses formerly in the care of Mahmood Al Zarooni to test positive for anabolic steroids, the British Horseracing Authority has said.