farside


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far side

n.
The side of the moon that faces away from the earth.

far′side′ adj.

farside

(ˈfɑːˌsaɪd)
n
(Celestial Objects) the farthest side, esp the side of the Moon which faces away from the Earth
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The farside linesman's decision to rule out Michael O'Halloran's header for offside came just six minutes before O'Donnell's clincher for Kilmarnock.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The stark difference between the Moon's heavily-cratered farside and the lower-lying open basins of the Earth-facing nearside has puzzled scientists for decades.
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They orbited the Moon ten times and were the first humans to see its farside, "a big heap of crater upon crater," as Anders described it.
In December, the country will launch the first spacecraft ever to land on the farside of the moon.
He ran in to meet an inviting farside free-kick from Gary Harkins, but from six yards he smashed his header down into the surface and the ball bounced up and over the bar in 75 minutes.
It is also a day of contrasts as in between the two sits the Group 2 Arqana July Stakes, a six-furlong dash for juveniles in which Advertise - who won the farside race in the Coventry but was no match for winner Calyx - has the services of jockey Frankie Dettori who returns from a seven-day whip ban.
Despite being a good yard inside his goal, incredibly farside linesman Ross Haswell failed to spot it and the away dugout erupted in fury as referee Beaton waved play on.
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The 175th Military Police Battalion, Missouri Army National Guard, was responsible for movement control during the crossing operations, and the 709th Military Police Battalion was responsible for farside movement and traffic control.
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