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the property of being anisotropic

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Resolving spacecraft Earth-flyby anomalies with measured light speed anistropy. Progress in Physics, 2008, v.
Appendix A is for a material with uniaxial magneto-crystalline anistropy; a somewhat more complicated example involving cubic anisotropy is shown in Appendix B.
The new version includes featured observatories with images from NASA observatory satellites, including x-ray images from NASA's Chandra satellite; infrared images by the Spitzer Space Telescope and the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS); a microwave map of the sky by the Wilkinson Microwave Anistropy Probe (WMAP); and ultraviolet images by the GALEX Satellite.
These satellites are called COBE (Cosmic Background Radiation Explorer), launched in 1989, and MAP (Microwave Anistropy Probe), launched in 2001.
The patients showed significantly lower levels of fractional anistropy (FA), a measure of how much the diffusion of water follows one direction, compared with the controls.