Definition of Flybys
1. Noun. (plural of flyby) ¹
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Definition of Flybys
1. flyby [n] - See also: flyby
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Literary usage of Flybys
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Galileo, the Tour Guide: A Summary of the Mission to Date edited by Jean H. Aichele (1997)
"Even the nontargeted flybys of moons that occur when the spacecraft is en route to or from a different moon are by far closer than the Voyager flybys. ..."
2. Exploring the Moon and Mars: Choices for the Nation (1991)
"After sending three Mariner spacecraft on Mars "flybys" in the 1960s,7 NASA successfully inserted Mariner 9 into an orbit about ..."
3. Priorities in Space Science Enabled by Nuclear Power And Propulsion by Ssb (2006)
"Implementation: • An NEP-class ferry deploys four spacecraft, two targeted to undertake flybys of KBOs and two to probe different parts of the solar disk ..."
4. British Columbia Adventure Guide by Lynn Readicker-Henderson (2004)
"Glacier trips run about CAN $170; quick town flybys start around CAN $85. Museums Vancouver has two of the best museums of their kind in the world, ..."
5. Exploring Organic Environments in the Solar System by National Research Council (U.S.) (2007)
"With so many tantalizing initial findings and with Cassini scheduled to make some dozens of additional Titan flybys during the next several years, ..."
6. Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2006)
"They've got Denali flybys for $150, $215 with a glacier landing. The best deal is the McKinley Climber/Summit Tour, which swoops you up around the peak of ..."
7. Preventing the Forward Contamination of Mars by National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Preventing the Forward Contamination of Mars, National Research Council (U.S.). Space Studies Board, National Research Council (U.S.). Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences (2006)
"P, is the probability of impact on the surface (of interest for flybys or orbiters intended to avoid the surface, or for landers that risk non-nominal ..."