The instruments provided for the journey consisted of two barometers, two thermometers, two compasses, a sextant, two chronometers, an artificial horizon
, and an altazimuth, to throw out the height of distant and inaccessible objects.
The result can be a slow failure in which an under-powered artificial horizon
can present a pilot with inaccurate information on the aircraft's attitude, leading to confusion and loss of control in instrument conditions.
Add in a low cloud layer and it is very easy for the brain to create an artificial horizon
, in this case the shoreline.
The introduction of the conventional artificial horizon
in 1927 allowed pilots to fly safely in cloud, which had not been possible till then.
I could not figure out why the artificial horizon
was showing a turn to the right when I knew I was level.
Comfort - optimises ride comfort using ``Sky Hook'' control technology to make the car feellike it is suspended from an artificial horizon
There are some modern-day aids to give you a helping hand including an autopilot and an artificial horizon
Hawkes is hoping to develop an artificial horizon
indicator, similar to those used on airplanes, for use in murky water.
Studying Afro-Brazilian dance, she became fascinated by its polyrhythms and movement vocabulary, which led to works like Incorrect Translations (1982), for which she formed Jane Comfort and Company, and Artificial Horizon
The task was compensatory regulation of turbulence using an "inside-out" artificial horizon
display - one in which the horizon line is the movable element.
It is most often used in conjunction with CRT-based flight instrumentation, including an artificial horizon
and a "navigation display.
All four firms were successful in their own individual field of specialization, even more so if one considers that Sfena holds 98 (yes, ninety-eight) percent of the world market for stand-by artificial horizon