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GPS

Abbreviation for:
gastrocnemius-plantaris-soleus
General Pharmaceutical Services 
general practice strategy
Goodpasture syndrome
grey platelet syndrome
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GALILEO INTERNATIONAL SHEPHERD SYSTEMS MIKE MALIK-Mike Malik, president and CEO, Shepherd Systems (a Galileo International subsidiary).
Come December, however, when Galileo begins a concentrated 2-year study of this moon, the craft will pass within 300 kilometers of the surface.
Certain statements in this news release, including those about the Company's prospects for additional Galileo projects, are forward-looking statements.
Galileo will spend the next two years executing an intricate square dance by using gravity to dos-a-dos around Jupiter 11 times and then several more swings by the four major moons, Ganymede, Io, Callisto and Europa.
Galileo collected information on Europa and other Jovian moons through last Sunday.
Neuburger noted that today's launch of Galileo Business Builders is only a first step, with further additions to be available down the road.
Galileo took a second look at the new northern hot spot just before the craft passed close to Io's south pole on Oct.
Torrence Johnson, Galileo project scientist, said in an interview Wednesday that at first glance, the November Europa pictures ``look mind-boggling.
With Galileo Web services, we are able to access Galileo's extensive travel data faster and more cost effectively than what was previously possible.
If the Tvashtar plume persists at its present height, Galileo will pass directly through it in August at an altitude of 360 km.
In April of 1611, Galileo demonstrated his new telescope to prominent observers at a villa outside Rome.
Trouble aboard the Galileo spacecraft, now orbiting Jupiter, has caused it to turn itself off and phone home for help.