Capsule

The word capsule, or encapsulation, may refer to:

Read more about Capsule:  Anatomy, Other

Other articles related to "capsule":

Singles Capsules
... by the same consultants, draws in the capsule and pierces the inlet and outlet and clamps the capsule to resist the water pressure ... is designed so that it is not contaminated by the capsule ingredient ... the best flavours and leaves the capsule nearly drip free before disposing of it in the waste box ...
S-550 Space Capsule - Description - Design - Capsule Layout
... The capsule consisted of two structures - an outer aeroshell, which supported the ablative heatshield (thermal protection system), and an inner pressurized cylinder ... Cargo was carried in the middle of the capsule, at the capsule's center of gravity, to simplify loading effects on reentry angles and lift ...
Capsule - Other
... Capsule (fruit), a type of dry fruit like the poppy, iris or foxglove Capsule (band), a electronic music duo, consisting of vocalist Toshiko Koshijima and producer/composer/lyricist/art director Yasutaka Nakata ... Bacterial capsule, a layer that lies outside the cell wall of bacteria ... Capsule (pharmacy), a small gelatinous case enclosing a dose of medication ...
Marco Polo (spacecraft) - Timeline
... possibly carrying a Lander, a sampling device, a re-entry capsule and scientific payloads ... the MSC will start the return journey towards Earth and will release the capsule for the high-speed re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere ... The capsule will be retrieved on ground at a low to mid latitude, uninhabited area, possibly in the northern hemisphere ...
S-550 Space Capsule - Description - Descent and Landing
... The S-550 capsule was intended to descend under a parachute system and touch down on land, using an inert aluminum foam crush structure in the nose of the capsule to attenuate the ... Emergency landings in the water were handled by capsule flotation systems ...

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