Which navigational instrument
has an arc of a sixth of a circle?
The brewery's logo is a sextant, a navigational instrument
used to measure a star's angle relative to the horizon, which serves as a reminder to continue the journey and seek out new ideas, new people and new flavors to share.
Now companies under Apple's ownership should theoretically bump up the iOS Map into a navigational instrument
that efficiently manages and analyses location and direction data.
He once claimed he'd rather jettison a navigational instrument
than the bottle of brandy he always flew with.
Setting up camp, cooking their own meals, and learning to navigate by the stars using a ancient navigational instrument
called an Astrolabe, the team has been establishing building blocks for the future learning essential skills like leadership, discipline, and determination.
Among the discovered artifacts is a brass navigational instrument
known as a chart divider.
Name the navigational instrument
used to find directions on the Earth?
A FORMER Warwickshire mayor has criticised a 25-ft iron sculpture of a navigational instrument
installed on a major roundabout in Stratford.
GPS is a highly reliable and useful navigational instrument
but many walkers tell us it just doesn't compare to the romance of seeing a route laid out in front of them on an Ordnance Survey paper map or a guide.
On 21 March 1919, a gyrocompass developed for the Navy was tested in an aircraft, marking the first recorded instance of tests of a device that would become an invaluable navigational instrument
for long-range flight.
The ideas could be anything from designs for a ship or a navigational instrument
, or a model of a machine that might have made life more comfortable for the crew on board," said young people's librarian Michelle Mollan.
A report into the accident has found that the crew were mostly to blame for the accident and that the aircraft's main radio navigational instrument
was damaged according to the Associated Press.