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  • Overview of organisations related to educational standards and educational quality control: http://www.avcc.edu.au (Australian Vice-chancellors Committee)
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  • 1 keV, NASA launched a Black Brant 9 from White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico on May 1, 2008." "The US Naval Research Laboratory group launched an Aerobee
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  • A. (1959) "Limonite" Minerals of New Mexico (revised edition) University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp. 329–333 }} Constantinou, G
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  • cover's America's expansion over the West, which are current (as of today) New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, California, and Texas. Manifest Destiny was a
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  • balloon-borne instrument." "The first flight took place from Fort Sumner, New Mexico, [on May 3, 1994, with a total time at float altitude of 29.5 hr and a
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  • Lynn Lake, Manitoba Fort Sumner, New Mexico McMurdo Station, Antarctica SOFIA Palestine, Texas BLAST
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  • A. (1959) "Limonite" Minerals of New Mexico (revised edition) University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp. 329–333 }} Constantinou, G
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  • gray selenium in sandstone from Westwater Canyon Section 23 Mine Grants, New Mexico. On the right are microprobe fragments of native indium from Eastern
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  • 2013-10-27.  A. Klypin (January 1996). "New Mexico State University, Department of Astronomy, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003. Report for the year 1995.". Bulletin
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  • Experiment (STACEE), is a gamma ray detector located near Albuquerque, New Mexico. Observations with STACEE began in October 2001 and concluded in June
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  • gray selenium in sandstone from Westwater Canyon Section 23 Mine Grants, New Mexico. In the magnified image of the sample on the left are native selenium
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  • Welded tuff is from Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico. Credit: Andrew Dunn.
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  • A. (1959) "Limonite" Minerals of New Mexico (revised edition) University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp. 329–333 }} Constantinou, G
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  • A. (1959) "Limonite" Minerals of New Mexico (revised edition) University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp. 329–333 }} Constantinou, G
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  • ballistic missile for just such a purpose. The White Sands Proving Grounds in New Mexico, at the time an army base, is the first location on land to test the concept
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  • A. (1959) "Limonite" Minerals of New Mexico (revised edition) University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp. 329–333 }} Constantinou, G
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  • Americans hoped Mexico would give up it's land in the Southwest. America wanted this land, which includes of these present day states: New Mexico, Arizona,
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  • want to do research ... and he was supposed to change this." History of New Mexico: "Scholar Hämäläinen (2008) argues that from the 1750s to the 1850s, the
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