O] is the angle between the object's center of gravity and the first axis of rotation
, as shown in Figure 5.
The Southern Cross is almost in line with the Earth's axis of rotation
in this hemisphere, but is so high over the horizon that it is difficult to use to determine bearings.
Keep most of your body weight on the left leg and be countering the ball so that your spine is away from the axis of rotation
In Figure 1, the mirror is a planar ellipse, mounted at 45[degrees] with respect to a horizontal plane orthogonal to the axis of rotation
The individual layers are placed in the direction [+ or -] 45[degrees] relative to the axis of rotation
From these data, they determined the position of the star's axis of rotation
The low profile (LP) unit provides high payload capacity and is for applications where the axis of rotation
is parallel to gravity.
In their model, undulating shorelines are a consequence of a phenomenon that astronomers call true polar wander, in which Mars' axis of rotation
slowly drifts in direction.
1]; r is the distance from axis of rotation
to center of the drop gravity, m.
But we believe that the lakes weren't permanent features" It seems they periodically dried out over a period of 100 years or so as the result of the Earth's slow wobble around its axis of rotation
Key statement: A cassette having a molded flow channel contained on an elastomeric sheet that is bonded or mechanically attached to a rigid substrate so that a peristaltic pump having pump head rollers mounted radially from the axis of rotation
of the pump motor compress the elastomeric flow channels against the rigid substrate during operation.
Offset axis of rotation
causes a complex pattern of particle movement within the container for an accurate and efficient blend.