Traducción de flyby en Español:

flyby

acercamiento, n.

Pronunciación ///ˈflaɪbaɪ/

nombre

EEUU

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    Industria aeroespacial
    acercamiento masculino
    • An AP - 3C Orion conducted two fly-bys, to the delight of the crowd of dignitaries, Service members and invited guests.
    • In addition to solo and formation fly-bys, action will include acrobatic demonstrations, military re-enactments and both Air Force Heritage Flight and Navy Tailhook Legacy routines.
    • Viewing the fly-by from the staging area was Col. Randall G. Falcon, 482nd Fighter Wing commander.
    • The spacecraft made a fly-by of Jupiter in order to pick up speed by getting a gravitational ‘kick’ from the planet.
    • However, the highlight each day was the ‘Airpower Display’ where we were able to put up 24 Warbirds (no trainers) for a spectacular fly-by.
    • Since this was not a formal airshow, pilots took off and made fly-bys when they felt in the mood so a variety of aircraft were usually airborne.
    • The controllers instructed Flight 1101 to make a fly-by past the Piarco airport control tower so that they could visually confirm whether the landing gear was down or not.
    • Vims made its observations during the close fly-by of Phoebe by Cassini-Huygens on 11 June 2004.
    • Having seen the data from the close fly-by in late October, we know almost even less than before.
    • The second half - the fly-by spacecraft - will maneuver out of harm's way and slow its speed so that at impact it will have a prime, but relatively safe, viewing position to the side and front of the comet.
    • After the fly-by, the group recovered at Brown Field on the Mexican border for a reception and debriefing.
    • At the 1999 Oshkosh show, a tragic accident marred the flying display when a ground collision occurred between aircraft taking off for fly-by display.
    • One B - 25 broke down on start up and the crew reluctantly had to shut down while another B - 25 in the fly-by had a mechanical and had to land early.
    • I could see hundreds of people on the deck and around the carrier and certainly hoped they enjoyed the fly-by.
    • In 1986, ESA's Giotto spacecraft performed the closest comet fly-by ever achieved by any spacecraft (at a distance of 600 kilometres from Halley).
    • Dale Snodgrass would thrill the spectators with his ultra-low Corsair aerobatics while numerous Warbird and Corsair fly-bys honored the men, women, and aircraft of the Second World War.
    • After a beautiful fly-by at Monroe Airport and a silky smooth final touch and go at Barksdale, it was time to land and taxi back to the 93rd Bomb Squadron area.
    • Deep Space 1 made history during its close fly-by of Comet Borrelly in September 2001, when it returned the clearest images and best scientific data ever gathered about a comet.
    • The two close fly-bys of Saturn's moon Enceladus by the NASA / ESA / ASI Cassini spacecraft have revealed that it has a significant atmosphere.
    • With each close fly-by of a planet, it receives an energy boost because of the planet's gravitational pull.
    • The payloads will comprise technical equipment to monitor the Moon during the fly-by, planned in three-four years.
    • This is the first of four planet fly-bys (three times with Earth, once with Mars) that Rosetta will carry out in its long journey to its target, Comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
    • Images collected during the Cassini-Huygens close fly-by of Saturn's moon Phoebe give strong evidence that the tiny moon may be rich in ice and covered by a thin layer of darker material.
    • The flight to Fresno took 1.25 hours and when we got near the airport the photo work was over and everyone was once again in formation for a massed fly-by with landing lights on.
    • In a risky fly-by maneuver, the Deep Space 1 spacecraft successfully navigated past a comet, giving researchers an unprecedented view inside the glowing core of icy dust and gas.
    • We've got three close fly-bys later in the year.
    • The fly-by spacecraft will observe the effects of the collision.
    • During its close fly-bys of the ring system, instruments on Cassini have been able to determine that the environment around the rings is like an atmosphere, composed principally of molecular oxygen.
    • There was everything from WWI aircraft cavorting through the sky to the massed roar of the mighty Polikarpovs to the Breitlings to individual and massed Warbird fly-bys and aerobatics.
    • There were 44 close fly-by passes of Titan, 8 more of smaller moons, and between 50 and 100 more distant passes of these other moons.
    • The most important is how Duxford, at the end of each show, launches all the Warbirds for a massive fly-by to let spectators savor the sights and sounds of such a dramatic event.
    • When the B - 1 and B - 2 end their service, B - 52s will do the fly-by at their retirement ceremony.
    • The puzzle is that this is about six minutes, or one percent, longer than the rotational period measured by the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft during their fly-bys of the 1980s.
    • Having flown directly from Basra, the C17 plane that brought them had performed a fly-by in front of the base's terminal before touching down.
    • Calmly curious, they cruise right up to us before passing gently overhead, circling back for a series of fly-bys.
    • When Europe's comet-chasing spacecraft Rosetta swings by Earth on 4 March 2005, it will perform the closest fly-by of our home planet ever conducted by ESA.
    • Only one space probe has visited Mercury, Mariner 10, which made three fly-bys of the planet in 1974 and 1975.
    • The aircraft was taking part in an eleven Spitfire fly-by when smoke issued from the Merlin powerplant.
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    Aviación
    desfile aéreo masculino