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- adj. Alternative spelling of in situ.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. being in the original position; not having been moved or transferred to another location.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being in the original position; not having been moved
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For climate change studies we need the help of space geodetic techniques together with traditional in-situ measurements.
It would be far more useful to do a more thorough of in-situ and on-orbit exploration of this diversity.
Propellant depots, ISRU, in-situ food production, etc. sound good, but the people who control the budget money are lacking in technical sophistication and would just see it as "sci-fi fantasy."
If we do this, we can produce food in-situ, which is just as important as in-situ metals.
If we are trying to build a robust lunar outpost then we need some infrastructure on the surface that can leverage the in-situ resources to bootstrap to an industrial capability.
Water makes all life and rocket fuel in-situ & energy for use in-space and as beamed power.
Provide a robust orbital remote sensing and in-situ exploration to determine the true resource potential of the Moon.
Superadobe and other approaches to in-situ habitats may be simpler than metals extraction for early human surface ops.
My surgeon told me that the large core biopsy at 9:00 is invasive ductal cancer associated with DCIS ductal carcinoma in-situ.
"There are over a trillion barrels of oil up here and less than 20 percent of it can be exploited through the in-situ and mining technologies we have today."