OTHER WORDS FROM MagellanMag·el·lan·ic [maj-uh-lan-ik], /ˌmædʒ əˈlæn ɪk/, adjective
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Magellan’s image resolution was around 100–250 meters across each pixel.
Scientists are still reanalyzing data from Magellan and even the Pioneer and Venera missions.
Having to rely on data more than 25 years old, Byrne says he could complain that it’s been too long since a Venus mission like Magellan.
The last mission the US sent to the planet was the Magellan spacecraft, whose data Byrne’s team relied on.
Magellan finished its mission and burned up in the dense Venusian atmosphere in 1994, but a new generation of spacecraft is in the works.
She takes us back to the pivotal moments that earned a place in history for such trailblazers as Magellan and Balboa.
The King of Portugal was a powerful ruler and anxious for new possessions, yet he did not encourage Magellan.
It was a sad disappointment, and Magellan turned away from the king's presence with a bitter heart.
The weather was good, and Magellan, now Admiral Magellan, watched constantly for land.
But Magellan learned of their wicked plot in time to defeat them, and he punished them as they deserved.
But they did not stay many days, for Magellan was not even now ready to give up his search for the famous lands of the East.