Definitions for "Daedalus "
In Greek mythology he was the architect of the great labyrinth built for King Monis of Crete in order to imprison the minotaur.
Gifted craftsman who built the Labyrinth. He also built a hollow mechanical cow to allow Queen Pasiphae to mate with a special bull which resulted in the birth of the Minotaur. When thrown into the Labyrinth by King Minos, he built wings held together with wax allowing him and his son Icarus to escape.
(Greek mythology) an Athenian inventor who built the Labyrinth of Minos; to escape the Labyrinth he fashioned wings for himself and his sone Icarus
Keywords:  arecibo, vastly, scooped, crater, giant
Daedalus is a prominent crater located near the center of the far side of the Moon. The inner wall is d, and there is a cluster of central peaks on the relatively flat floor. Because of its location (shielded from radio emissions from the Earth), it has been proposed as the site of a future giant radio telescope, which would be scooped out of the crater itself, much like the Arecibo radio telescope, but on a vastly larger scale.
Keywords:  upn, trek, episode, january, enterprise
"Daedalus" is the name of the 86th episode from the television series Star Trek: Enterprise. "Daedalus" first aired on January 14, 2005 on the American television network UPN.
Keywords:  axww, restart, automated, fails, script
Daedalus provides a simple mechanism for running programs in response to the output of "check programs". In practice, this is generally used to provide an automated restart service for programs by checking the output of "ps axww", and running a start script when a particular program fails to appear.
Commercial manufacturer of airborne scanners.
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