Using the Hubble Space Telescope's Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph, the team found that in the solar system these atoms move at a speed of about 20 kilometers per second.
What does GHRS stand for?
GHRS stands for Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph
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We have 4 other meanings of GHRS in our Acronym Attic
- Gwinnett Housing Resource Partnership, Inc. (est. 1993; Georgia)
- Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide-2
- Grays Harbor Regional Planning Commission (Aberdeen, WA)
- Green Hills Regional Planning Commission (est. 1967; Trenton, MO)
- Gellivare Hard Rock Research (EU)
- Greater Hampton Roads Realtors Association (Virginia)
- Greyhound and Harness Racing Regulatory Authority (Australia)
- Ghosts and Hauntings Research Society (various locations)
- Global Human Resource Solutions LLC (Taiwan)
- Global Human Resources Management
- Government Human Resource System (various states)
- GHRS Relay Box
- Goa Handicrafts Rural and Small Scale Industries Development Corporation (India)
- GODAE High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature (global ocean data assimilation experiment, GODAE)
- Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy (endocrinology)
- Greater Hampton Roads Travel Hockey Association (Virginia)
- Gross Human Rights Violations
- Gainesville High School (Florida and Georgia)
- Gaither High School (Tampa, FL)
- Galesburg High School (Illinois)
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In addition to WFC3 and COS they include: -- Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS), installed in 2002 -- Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS), installed in 1997 -- Near-infrared Camera and Multi-object Spectrometer (NICMOS), installed in 1997 -- Corrective Optics Space Telescope (COSTAR), installed in 1993 and returned to Earth on May 24, 2009 -- Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph (GHRS), one of the original science instruments, removed in 1997 "The exceptional work performed by NASA's STS-125 astronauts during the long awaited servicing mission to Hubble is a reminder of what makes the U.
In addition to WFC3, COS, ACS and STIS, Hubble instruments built by Ball aerospace include: the Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph, one of the original science instruments launched aboard HST; the Corrective Optics Space Telescope Axial Replacement, installed in 1993; and the Near-infrared Camera and Multi-object Spectrometer, installed in 1997.