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The team selected a relatively smooth patch in a crater named Nightingale.NASA’s OSIRIS-REx survived its risky mission to grab a piece of an asteroid|Lisa Grossman|October 21, 2020|Science News
OSIRIS-REx touched down on a 52-foot-long site called Nightingale, within three feet of the landing target.OSIRIS-REx survived its touchdown on asteroid Bennu—now we wait to see if it got a sample|Neel Patel|October 21, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Because Nightingale will already have been disturbed by the first touchdown, a second attempt would most likely occur in January at a site called Osprey.
So instead, the team has now settled on Nightingale, a 52-foot-diameter site sitting inside a crater that’s thought to be well preserved.
It just so happens Nightingale is one of the darkest areas of Bennu, which means it might be an undisturbed record of some of the most ancient activity in the solar system.Asteroid Bennu may have been home to ancient water flows|Neel Patel|October 8, 2020|MIT Technology Review
She reaches across the years, back to A Million Nightingale and onward to Take One Candle Light a Room.
Parsons, who preceded Hopper, was Florence Nightingale compared to her eventual rival.
Menshikova will do very well; she sings the Nightingale song in the second act beautifully.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
At this rehearsal, then, she would show what she could do; she would look at no one; she would sing like a blind nightingale.Black Diamonds|Mr Jkai
Every thing, however, was delightfully clean; and as I lay in my bed, I was serenaded by a nightingale.
Presently, a second nightingale began to answer from a distant tree, and the garden was filled with the wild music.The Daughters of Danaus|Mona Caird
The song of the nightingale in the spring will be the sign of our coming.Life of Schamyl|John Milton Mackie