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The Hijri calendar (Arabic: ٱلتَّقْوِيم ٱلْهِجْرِيّ, romanized: al-taqwīm al-hijrī), also known in English as the Muslim calendar and Islamic calendar, is a lunar calendar consisting of 12 lunar months in a year of 354 or 355 days. It is used to determine the proper days of Islamic holidays and rituals, such as the annual fasting and the annual season for the great pilgrimage. In almost all countries where the predominant religion is Islam, the civil calendar is the Gregorian calendar, with Syriac month-names used in the Levant and Mesopotamia (Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine) but the religious calendar is the Hijri one.
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The Ancient Iran Solar calendar is one of the oldest calendars in the world, as well as the most accurate solar calendar in use today. Since the calendar uses astronomical calculation for determining the vernal equinox, it has no intrinsic error. It is older than the Lunar Hijri calendar used by the majority of Muslims (known in the West as the Islamic calendar): the Hijrah, the journey of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Medina in the year 622. Unlike the latter, its years are solar years rather than lunar years.
The Ebers calendar exhibits one sole instance of. This hieroglyph accompanies the name wp rnpt, presumably as a determinative, whereas the 11 other names in the same column conspicuously lack it. It is proposed that marks wp rnpt as the name of a lunar day whereas the 11 other names are the names of lunar months. This contrast between day and month is placed in the context of a comprehensive analysis of the entire Ebers calendar and of the original lunar calendar and its organic relation with the dominant civil calendar that the Ebers calendar is believed to portray.
l. Oversees the NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI) and its cadre of domestic and international partners; serves as the home base for the NAI administrative offices. Similarly, provides leadership in reinvigorating lunar science in the United States in its role as steward of the NASA Lunar Science Institute.
5.2.1 MISSION. Advancing technology and science through flight. The Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC), located at Edwards Air Force Base, California, performs flight research and technology integration to revolutionize aviation and pioneer aerospace technology, validates space exploration concepts, conducts airborne remote sensing and science missions, enables airborne astrophysics observation missions to discover the origin, structure, evolution, and destiny of the universe, and supports operations of the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station for NASA and the Nation. Dryden supports activities in all four of NASA's Mission Directorates.
2) Plans and conducts ARES efforts including lunar and planetary science and astromaterials science and curation; micrometeoroid and orbital debris operations and research; and Earth sciences observations in support of human space flight.
5.7.1 MISSION. The Kennedy Space Center (KSC) is responsible for the preflight processing, launch, landing, and recovery of the Agency's human-rated spacecraft and launch vehicles; the assembly, integration, and processing of International Space Station (ISS) elements and flight experiments; the acquisition and management of Launch Services for Agency spacecraft; and leading the development of a commercial crew transportation system for access to and from Low Earth Orbit and the ISS. KSC leads the development of ground systems supporting human-rated spacecraft and launch vehicle and lunar In-Situ Resource Utilization hardware elements. KSC hosts the manufacturing of the Orionspacecraft. KSC executes research and technology projects and establishes partnerships with commercial and other Governmental entities to optimize the use of KSC capabilities and facilities in order to establish a multiuser spaceport and support Agency exploration initiatives.
k. Delivers research and development solutions across exploration and space operations, science, and aeronautics related to lunar development and planetary exploration, aeronautics for space access, flight through all planetary atmospheres, civil and military aviation, measuring and understanding the Earth's changing atmosphere, and characterizing other planetary atmospheres. Provides an integration of analysis, computation, experimental testing, and facilities, combined with scientific expertise to solve challenging technical problems by applying core competencies in aerosciences, structural and material concepts, systems analysis, and atmospheric characterization.
220.127.116.11 Enables the conduct of multi-disciplinary assessments at designated decision milestones to evaluate program and project objectives, cost, schedule, and risk management in compliance with NASA Policy Directive (NPD) 1000.5, Policy for NASA Acquisition, NASA Procedural Requirements (NPR) 7150.5, NASA Space Flight Program and Project Management Requirements, NPR 7150.8, NASA Research and Technology Program and Project Management Requirements and NPR 7153.1, NASA Systems Engineering Processes and Requirements. 041b061a72