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Synonyms for stereo

reproducer in which two microphones feed two or more loudspeakers to give a three-dimensional effect to the sound

two photographs taken from slightly different angles that appear three-dimensional when viewed together

designating sound transmission from two sources through two channels

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The highly successful SOHO mission was recently extended to 2009, allowing it to overlap with Solar-B and NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) mission.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- Since February 2011, the two spacecraft of NASA's the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory or STEREO mission have been providing scientists with unprecedented views of the far side of the sun.
Experimental NASA research models, based on observations from NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory show that the CME left the sun at speeds of around 570 miles per second, which is a fairly typical speed for CMEs.
STEREO, or Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory, is the third mission in NASA's Solar Terrestrial Probes program.
The Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) consists of twin probes launched on a single Delta rocket into an orbit extending out to lunar distance.
Experimental NASA research models, based on observations from NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory, show that the CME left the sun at speeds of around 560 miles per second, which is a fairly typical speed for CMEs.
The all-new visuals set to be released today at 11 am EST have been generated by NASA's two Solar TErrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) spacecraft.
Experimental NASA research models, based on observations from NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory and ESA/NASA's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory show that the CME left the sun at speeds of around 1350 miles per second, which is a fast speed for CMEs.
Experimental NASA research models, based on observations from NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory, showed that the CME left the sun at speeds of around 745 miles per second.
Experimental NASA research models, based on observations from the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) and ESA/NASA's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, show that the CME left the sun at speeds of around 900 miles per second, which is a fairly fast speed for CMEs.
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