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What does LATS stand for?
LATS stands for LDEF (Long Duration Exposure Facility) Assembly and Transportation System (US NASA)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 33 other meanings of LATS in our Acronym Attic
- Linear Adaptive Transmitter/Receiver
- Los Alamos Translation
- Low Altitude Threat Radar
- Laboratoire de Transcription et de Recherches pour Aveugles et Amblyopes (French)
- Lateral Range Model
- Laser-Acoustic Time Reversal Expansion and Compression
- Latency Reduction (telecommunications)
- Logistics Air Terminal Reporting System
- Langley Research Center Telecommunications System (NASA)
- Large Aperture Tracking System
- LDEF Assembly and Transport System
- Long Arm Thumb Spica (cast immobilizing thumb, wrist, and elbow)
- Loop Access Test System (Hekimian)
- Los Alamitos (63rd RRC, Los Alamitos Reserve Base)
- Los Angeles Times Syndicate
- Low Altitude Threat Simulator (aerospace)
- LWIR Advanced Technology Seeker
- Los Angeles Times Syndicate International
- Long-Acting Thyroid Stimulator-Protector
- Lake Asphalt of Trinidad and Tobago
Samples in periodicals archive:
Likewise Legal Momentum is the new name of the NOW/ LDEF (p.
NOW LDEF attorney Goldfarb listed the relevant factors in racial bias inquiries as including racially derogatory epithets used by the assailant, membership of the victim in a different racial group .
CAPCOM, LDEF, PC, DOS, SATCOM, TWX, TELEX, LANs, RAMs, ROMs, FEDEX, FAX.
But delays after the 1986 Challenger accident kept LDEF waiting until January 1990, when a space shuttle rescued it just days before the craft would have met a fiery demise in Earth's atmosphere (SN: 11/11/89, p.
says his company will begin an optical analysis of the LDEF coatings this month to explore initial reports that radiation stripped fluoride atoms from the coatings' surface, an effect possibly similar to that seen by Mendenhall and Weller.
Engineers at Kennedy Space Center in Florida this week began removing the trays containing 57 LDEF experiments, which NASA will distribute to more than 200 investigators.
LDEF was a NASA satellite loaded with diverse experiments from the aerospace industry and academic community that were exposed for six years to low-Earth orbit's harsh environment.