sun-shield

sun-shield

n
(Automotive Engineering) something put over the windscreen of a car to keep the sun out
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Now, researchers believe they may be able to prevent coral bleaching in parts of the world's largest coral reef system.An ultra-fine 'sun-shield' created by Australian scientists could be used to protect the Great Barrier Reef from further coral bleaching.
It is equipped with a 75-horsepower Mercury outboard motor and has a permanently installed wheelchair ramp, sun-shield canopy over the entire deck, and a ship-to-shore radio.
The ILC-HV4 is also provided with an aluminum sun-shield, reducing any possible rain interference to the image and providing a shade to eliminate glare.
The new telescope may be preceded by three demonstration missions around 2001 to 2003: an inflatable Sun-shield test, a study of the effects of weightlessness on large mirrors, and possibly a test of an unfolding mirror.
Plastic space blankets are useful both for warmth at night and as sun-shields by day, and can also be used to catch rainwater.
"The flexibility of the cells and the versatility of sizes and shapes can provide solutions for many outdoor products including boating equipment, tents, sun-shields or even clothing," Vergine said in an email.