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Akari (other)
Akari may refer to: Akari (given name), a feminine Japanese given name Akari (satellite), an infrared astronomy satellite developed by JAXA, in cooperation with institutes of Europe and Korea AKARI Project, in telecommunications, refers to the AKARI Architecture Design Project of Japan Light Up (puzzle), a logic puzzle Akari (album), a
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Akari (given Name)
Akari (written: 灯, 明里, 明梨, 明理, 朱里, 朱莉, 亜香里 or あかり in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name
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Akari (satellite)
Akari (ASTRO-F) is an infrared astronomy satellite developed by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, in cooperation with institutes of Europe and Korea. It was launched on 21 February 2006, at 21:28 UTC (06:28, 22 February JST) by M-V
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rocket into Earth sun-synchronous orbit. After its launch it was named Akari (明かり), which means light in Japanese. Earlier on, the project was known as IRIS (InfraRed Imaging Surveyor). Its primary mission was to survey the entire sky in near-, mid- and far-infrared, through its 68.5 cm (27.0 in) aperture telescope.[3]Contents1 Technical design 2 History 3 Results 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksTechnical design[edit] Its designed lifespan, of far- and mid-infrared sensors, is 550 days, limited by its liquid helium coolant.[4] Its telescope mirror is made of silicon carbide to save weight
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AKARI Project
The AKARI Architecture Design Project was a project for designing a new generation computer network architecture supported by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) of Japan. The name "AKARI" indicates "A small light in the dark pointing to the future"[1] and it comes from the Japanese word Akari, which means "a small light".[2] Launched in May 2006, the AKARI Project investigated technologies for new generation network by 2015, developing a network architecture and creating a network design based on that architecture. AKARI is also denoted as a Future Internet project. The members of the AKARI Project came from NICT and some other universities or companies such as Tokyo University, Keio University, Osaka University, Tokyo Institute of Technology and NTT
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Light Up (puzzle)
Light Up (Japanese:美術館 bijutsukan, art gallery), also called Akari, is a binary-determination logic puzzle published by Nikoli. As of 2011, three books consisting entirely of Light Up puzzles have been published by Nikoli.Contents1 Rules 2 Solution methods 3 Computational Complexity 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksRules[edit] Light Up is played on a rectangular grid of white and black cells. The player places light bulbs in white cells such that no two bulbs shine on each other, until the entire grid is lit up. A bulb sends rays of light horizontally and vertically, illuminating its entire row and column unless its light is blocked by a black cell. A black cell may have a number on it from 0 to 4, indicating how many bulbs must be placed adjacent to its four sides; for example, a cell with a 4 must have four bulbs around it, one on each side, and a cell with a 0 cannot have a bulb next to any of its sides
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Akari (album)
Akari is an album by New York Unit, consisting of trumpeter Hannibal Marvin Peterson, pianist John Hicks, bassist Richard Davis, and drummer Tatsuya Nakamura
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or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
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(album), a 1992
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Akari
Akari (ASTRO-F) is an infrared astronomy satellite developed by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, in cooperation with institutes of Europe and Korea. It was launched on 21 February 2006, at 21:28 UTC (06:28, 22 February JST) by M-V rocket into Earth sun-synchronous orbit. After its launch it was named Akari (明かり), which means light in Japanese. Earlier on, the project was known as IRIS (InfraRed Imaging Surveyor). Its primary mission was to survey the entire sky in near-, mid- and far-infrared, through its 68.5 cm (27.0 in) aperture telescope.[3]Contents1 Technical design 2 History 3 Results 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksTechnical design[edit] Its designed lifespan, of far- and mid-infrared sensors, is 550 days, limited by its liquid helium coolant.[4] Its telescope mirror is made of silicon carbide to save weight
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