Washington, August 22 ( ANI ): There had been a debate amongst Curiosity's entry, descent and landing team about what their first words to indicate that the rover had reached the surface should be.
What does LT stand for?
LT stands for Landing Team
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We have 55 other meanings of LT in our Acronym Attic
- Landelijke Scouting Zeil Wedstrijden (Dutch: National Scouting Sailing Races)
- L-Tryptophan (amino acid)
- Lactate Threshhold
- Ladanian Tomlinson (football player)
- Lady of the Thistle
- LaGrande Technology (Intel)
- Lake Tahoe (California/Nevada)
- Lake Terminal Railroad Company
- Lakeland Terrier
- Lamar Transform
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We expected it to kick up quite a lot of dust," Steve Sell, a member of Curiosity's entry, descent, and landing team, told the (http://latimesblogs.
Jason Kenny vindicated his selection ahead of Hoy as specialist sprinter by landing Team GB's 18th TURN TO PAGE 60 FROM BACK PAGE gold medal at London 2012.
After assessing the best course of action, a Marine Explosive Ordinance Disposal team from Combat Logistics Battalion-15 and a security detachment with Golf Company, Battalion Landing Team 2/5, were flown by two UH-1N Huey helicopters to the Gem of Kilakarai and removed the unexploded grenade.
As an individual augmentee assigned to 1st Platoon, Battery G, Battalion Landing Team 1/2, 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit, Special Operations Capable, 2nd Marine Division II Marine Expeditionary Force in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as a platoon corpsman, Chiarini abandoned his own safety after witnessing an improvised explosive device attack on another squad while conducting a combat patrol.
CENTRAL COMMAND THEATER OF OPERATION -- Marines serving with Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable), trained with the X-63 "Dragon-Eye" unmanned aerial vehicle June 11, as part of a training exercise in the Central Command theater of operation.
and as a consultant to the Apollo 11 lunar landing team, Schetzen explains the Doppler effect, its various applications and the use of Doppler radar for stabilization and navigation of aircraft.