Katherine Freese, a theoretical physicist at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, proposed October 28 at the New Horizons in Science meeting that a new kind of DNA-based detector could not only spot a leading candidate for dark matter particles, but could also determine the incoming particles' direction of flight.
What does DOF stand for?
DOF stands for Direction of Flight
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- Department of Fisheries
- Department of the Future (Telia; Sweden)
- Depot Overhaul Factor
- Depth of Field (photography)
- Depth Of Focus
- Diario Oficial de la Federacion (Mexico)
- Dictators of Fate (gaming group)
- Diocese of Florida
- Direct Order Fulfillment
- Direction of Fire
- Director of Finance
- Directorate of Food (various nations)
- District Oise de Football (French football club)
- Double Old-Fashioned (glassware)
- Drill-on-the-Fly (laser drilling)
- Drugs of Faith (band)
- Date of First Appointment (various companies)
- Date of Full Availability
- Defense Offset Facilitation Agency (India)
- Deku One for All (Roblox; videogames)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Blood is a temporary marking of the animal's injury and its direction of flight.
They're like World War I pilots, measuring their velocity and direction of flight in relation to fixed points on the ground.
It seems to have hit the surface of the water in the direction of flight and with a strong vertical acceleration.
Aircraft equipped with ADS-B avionics constantly and automatically transmit information such as speed, altitude, identification and direction of flight to other ADS-B aircraft, as well as to air traffic control (ATC) automation systems, by way of ground stations such as MSS(sm) by Era.
The pilot controls the direction of flight by using a joystick or wheel and rudders.
This is exciting, violent stuff that nods in the direction of Flight of the Phoenix and takes up the first 45 minutes.
Pupils will have to use maths skills to work out how much petrol he will have to use, what direction of flight angle will take him to his destination.