Manual Control

Some articles on manual control, control, manual:

Space Race in The 1960s - First Humans in Space
... Although he had the ability to take over manual control of his spacecraft in an emergency, it was flown in an automatic mode as a precaution medical science at that time did not know what would happen to a human in ... achieve orbit, unlike Gagarin he was the first person to exercise manual control over his spacecraft's attitude and retro-rocket firing ... The first Soviet cosmonaut to exercise manual control was Gherman Titov in Vostok 2 on 6 August 1961 ...
Tradescantia Fluminensis - Eradiction Methods - Manual Control
... Repeated deployment of weed-control agents may have a negative effect upon the local environment, in which case the only option remaining is manual clearance ... In less prolific areas, manual removal is less difficult as the plant roots come up easily, and an initial clearance can be accomplished by raking the area ... from neighbouring areas will be necessary for full control ...
List Of Digital Camera Modes - Manual-enabled Modes
... Manual-enabled modes give the photographer control over the various parameters of an exposure ... Higher-end cameras offer partial manual control to shift away from the automatically calculated values (increasing aperture and decreasing shutter time or conversely) ... A or Av Aperture priority or 'Aperture value' enables manual control of the aperture, and shutter speed is calculated by the camera for proper exposure (g ...

Famous quotes containing the words control and/or manual:

    America is not so much a nightmare as a non-dream. The American non-dream is precisely a move to wipe the dream out of existence. The dream is a spontaneous happening and therefore dangerous to a control system set up by the non-dreamers.
    William Burroughs (b. 1914)

    If the accumulated wealth of the past generations is thus tainted,—no matter how much of it is offered to us,—we must begin to consider if it were not the nobler part to renounce it, and to put ourselves in primary relations with the soil and nature, and abstaining from whatever is dishonest and unclean, to take each of us bravely his part, with his own hands, in the manual labor of the world.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)