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In our outdoor experiments, DyRET used a machine learning model, seeded with knowledge about the best leg configuration for a given combination of terrain hardness and roughness taken from the controlled tests.
As NASA explains, the microphone hears the intensity of the “pop” made by the laser turning the rock into plasma, which “reveals the relative hardness of the rocks, which can tell us more about their geological context.”
Despite being a mere 7 percent of the overall thickness of the exoskeleton, the calcite coating at least doubles the exoskeleton’s hardness, the team found.
Each pencil has a built-in lead hardness indicator, so you always know what you’re picking up and putting to paper.
MECHANICAL PENCILS TO KEEP FOREVERPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMNOVEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Those atoms and the way they are arranged affect a polymer’s properties, such as its hardness or melting temperature.
It is of an exceedingly hard, densely compact nature; from its hardness difficult to work, but susceptible of a very high polish.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
All things are come upon thee, because of the multitude of thy sorceries, and for the great hardness of thy enchanters.
We have learned so much lately about self-denial, and crossing one's own inclinations, and enduring hardness.
THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
A man from whom everything is torn at one blow; a man of not very strong character, not accustomed to endure hardness.
MARRIAGE LA MODEMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
But those who loved him best saw the stony hardness of his face, beyond anything that came after the great stroke at St. Julien.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS

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