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WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- The Vessel-ID System investigation on the International Space Station demonstrated the ability for a space-based radio receiver to track a ship's Automatic Identification System (AIS) signal, the marine equivalent of the air traffic control system.
The Navy and Marine equivalent of the LWN is FORCEnet.
It is the marine equivalent of a jet engine, except that while jet engines are fixed, Inovelis can be pointed in any direction on a horizontal plane.
Liverpool Bay was made into the marine equivalent of a national park by the Government last month.
Southport, Ainsdale, Crosby and Formby have all been awarded the marine equivalent to the Oscars, making an impressive four gongs for the Sefton coastal team.
She is fitted with four Olympus gas turbine engines, making her the marine equivalent of Concorde and propelling the ship at a speed in excess of 30 knots.
We would not allow inexperienced motorists to drive down the M1 motorway, yet we allow the marine equivalent every day.
Building a concrete wall across the Severn Estuary to generate electricity would be our marine equivalent of clearing a rainforest to plant energy crops: a shortsighted choice we will ultimately regret.