ALSE

ALSE

The ALSE (Apollo Lunar Sounder Experiment) (also known as Scientific Experiment S-209, according to NASA designations) was a ground-penetrating radar (subsurface sounder) experiment that flew on the Apollo 17 mission.

Read more about ALSE:  Mission and Science, Instrument Design

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ALSE - Instrument Design
... The ALSE instrument operated in two HF bands (5 MHz - HF1 - and 15 MHz - HF2) center frequencies and one VHF band (150 MHz), each with a bandwidth of 10% (using a ... ALSE was designed to have a minimum peak-to-sidelobes ratio of 45 dB after the 3rd lobe ... During the developments phase, a modified ALSE prototype was installed on board a KC-135 aircraft to perform sounding tests over the southeast US and over Greenland ...
Alse Young - Background
... Very little is recorded of Alse Young her existence is only known through her reputation as a witch ... Like many similar cases of witchcraft, Alse Young was a woman without a son when the accusation was lodged, which implied that she would be eligible to receive through inheritance her husband's estate ... record of Young's trial or the specifics of the charge, only that Alse Young was a woman ...