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Affordable Practical High-Efficiency Photovoltaic Concentrator Blanket Assembly for Ultra-Lightweight Solar Arrays Projectnasa-test-0.demo.socrata.com | Last Updated 2015-07-20T05:13:36.000Z
Deployable Space Systems, Inc. (DSS) will focus the proposed NASA Phase 1 effort on the development of our innovative Functional Advanced Concentrator Technology (FACT). FACT is an affordable practical high-efficiency concentrator blanket assembly for ultra-lightweight solar arrays. FACT coupled to an ultra-lightweight solar array structural platform (such as DSS's ROSA) will provide game-changing performance metrics and unparalleled affordability for the end-user. FACT will enable emerging Solar Electric Propulsion (SEP) Space Science missions, and other NASA missions, through its ultra-affordability, high voltage operation capability, high/low temperature operation capability, high/low illumination operation capability, high radiation tolerance, ultra-lightweight, and ultra-compact stowage volume. Once completely optimized through the proposed Phase 1 and Phase 2 programs the FACT technology promises to provide NASA/industry a near-term and low-risk flexible blanket technology for advanced solar array systems that provides revolutionary performance in terms of high specific power / ultra-lightweight (>400-500 W/kg BOL at the array level & >1000 W/kg BOL at the blanket level, PV dependent), affordability (>50% cost savings at the array level), compact stowage volume (>80 kW/m3 BOL, 10X times better than current rigid panel arrays), high operation reliability, high radiation tolerance, high voltage operation capability (>150 VDC), scalability, and LILT & HIHT operation capability.
- API data.lacounty.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-02T22:40:22.000Z
Incidents in which a person was accidentally struck by gunfire when a deputy shot at an animal, had an unintentional discharge, fired a warning shot, or fired at an object, such as a vehicle’s tires.
- API data.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2022-05-03T16:37:45.000Z
<div>Animals Admitted to the Animal Care & Control Centre<br></div>
- API data.lacounty.gov | Last Updated 2022-06-30T11:01:25.000Z
By # of Involved Deputies, per geocoded incident.
- API dashboard.edmonton.ca | Last Updated 2019-11-27T23:19:24.000Z
Impaired Driving measures the number of EPS-reported incidents of impaired driving. The number here uses the number of victims when the incident involves victims. Impaired driving is a leading cause of criminal death in Canada, as well as a significant factor for traffic collision, injuries, and fatalities. A driver will face a criminal charge of impaired driving when they exceed a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of 0.08, or when there is other evidence that a driver is impaired. The number of incidents here also includes impairment by narcotics or prescription medication, or when cooperation with testing for alcohol or drugs is refused. The following UCR2 codes are used for this crime statistic: 9210 Impaired operation - causing death 9215 Impaired operation (drugs) - causing death 9220 Impaired operation - causing bodily harm 9225 Impaired operation (drugs) - causing bodily harm 9230 Impaired operation of motor vehicle, vessel or aircraft 9235 Impaired operation (drugs) vehicle, vessel, aircraft 9240 Impaired operation - failure to provide breath sample 9245 Failure to comply or refusal (drugs) 9250 Impaired operation - failure to provide blood sample
- API data.nasa.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-29T04:54:41.000Z
<p> We propose to develop a new highly sensitive instrument to confirm the existence of the so-called nano-dust particles, characterize their impact parameters, and measure their chemical composition. Simultaneous theoretical studies will be used to derive the expected&nbsp; mass and velocity ranges of these putative particles to formulate science and measurement requirements for the future deployment of&nbsp; the proposed Nano-Dust Analyzer (NDA)&nbsp;</p> <p> Early dust instruments onboard Pioneer 8 and 9 and Helios spacecraft detected a flow of submicron sized dust particles coming from the direction of the Sun. These particles originate in the inner solar system from mutual collisions among meteoroids and move on&nbsp; hyperbolic orbits that leave the Solar System under the prevailing radiation pressure force. Later dust instruments with higher&nbsp; sensitivity had to avoid looking toward the Sun because of interference from the solar wind and UV radiation and thus contributed&nbsp; little to the characterization of the dust stream. The one exception is the Ulysses dust detector that observed escaping dust particles&nbsp; high above the solar poles, which confirm the suspicion that charged nanometer sized dust grains are carried to high heliographic&nbsp; latitudes by electromagnetic interactions with the Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF). Recently, the STEREO WAVES instruments&nbsp; recorded a large number of intense electric field signals, which were interpreted as impacts from nanometer sized particles striking the&nbsp; spacecraft with velocities of about the solar wind speed. This high flux and strong spatial and/or temporal variations of nanometer&nbsp; sized dust grains at low latitude appears to be uncorrelated with the solar wind properties. This is a mystery as it would require that&nbsp; the total collisional meteoroid debris inside 1 AU is cast in nanometer sized fragments. The observed fluxes of inner-source pickup ions&nbsp; also point to the existence of a much enhanced dust population in the nanometer size range.&nbsp;</p> <p> This new heliospherical phenomenon of nano-dust streams may have consequences throughout the planetary system, but as of yet no dust instrument exists that could be used to shed light on their properties. &nbsp;We propose to develop a dust analyzer capable to detect and&nbsp; analyze these mysterious dust particles coming from the solar direction and to embark upon complementary theoretical studies to&nbsp; understand their characteristics. The instrument is based on the Cassini Dust Analyzer (CDA) that has analyzed the composition of&nbsp; nanometer sized dust particles emanating from the Jovian and Saturnian systems but could not be pointed towards the Sun. By&nbsp; applying technologies implemented in solar wind instruments and coronagraphs a highly sensitive dust analyzer will be developed and&nbsp; tested in the laboratory. The dust analyzer shall be able to characterize impact properties (impact charge and energy distribution of&nbsp; ions from which mass and speed of the impacting grains may be derived) and chemical composition of individual nanometer sized&nbsp; particles while exposed to solar wind and UV radiation. The measurements will enable us to identify the source of the dust by&nbsp; comparing their elemental composition with that of larger micrometeoroid particles of cometary and asteroid origin and will reveal&nbsp; interaction of nano-dust with the interplanetary medium by investigating the relation of the dust flux with solar wind and IMF&nbsp; properties.&nbsp;</p> <p> Complementary theoretically studies will be performed to understand the characteristics of nano-dust particles at 1 AU to answer the&nbsp; following questions:&nbsp; - What is the speed range at which nanometer sized particles impact
- API citydata.mesaaz.gov | Last Updated 2022-03-29T16:42:08.000Z
The number of arrivals and departures from the airport at Falcon Field Airport by type: local and itinerant. Local operations are aircraft that remain in the local traffic pattern, execute simulated instrument approaches or low passes at the airport, and the operations to or from the airport and a designated practice area within a 20−mile radius of the tower. Itinerant operations are aircraft, either IFR (Instrument Flight Rules), SVFR, or VFR (Visual Flight Rules), that lands at an airport, arriving from outside the airport area, or departs an airport and leaves the airport area. This data is sourced from information published by the Federal Aviation Administration (FFA) Operational Network Airport Code = FFZ. Reports IFR itinerant and VFR itinerant operations (arrivals and departures), and local operations at the airport as reported by Air Traffic Control Towers (ATCTs). It does not include overflights.
- API healthdata.gov | Last Updated 2021-03-12T23:00:27.000Z
<p>State-reported annual data collected on the presence of elderly, disabled, and young children in eligible households receiving Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) heating assistance, cooling assistance, crisis assistance or weatherization assistance.</p>
- API data.melbourne.vic.gov.au | Last Updated 2021-11-03T00:07:00.000Z
Data collected as part of the City of Melbourne's Census of Land Use and Employment (CLUE). It shows employment (number of jobs) per city (CLUE) block, classified by their ANZSIC1 industry and small area allocation. This dataset has been confidentialised to protect the commercially sensitive information of individual businesses. Data in cells which pertain to two or fewer businesses have been suppressed and are shown as a dash (-). The row and column totals refer to the true total, including those suppressed cells. Non-confidentialised data may be made available subject to a data supply agreement. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org For CLUE block spatial files see https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/Economy/Census-of-Land-Use-and-Employment-Blocks/aia8-ryiq For more information about CLUE see http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/clue For more information about the ANZSIC industry classification system see http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/1292.0
- API www.dallasopendata.com | Last Updated 2021-08-17T20:59:04.000Z
Dallas Animal Services data that pertains to operations by Animal Services Officers (ASO) who respond to calls in the field throughout the City of Dallas. ASO’s document their work using Chameleon software, an animal shelter software program. The document will be updated on a daily basis, so that citizens have a greater understanding of what ASO’s are doing in the neighborhoods of Dallas. “Helping Dallas be a safe, compassionate, and healthy place for people and animals”. Start date is October 01, 2016