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Pan (moon)

Pan is the innermost named moon of Saturn. It is a small, walnut-shaped moon 35 kilometres across and 23 km wide that orbits within the Encke Gap in Saturn's A Ring. Pan is a ring is responsible for keeping the Encke Gap free of ring particles, it is sometimes described as having the appearance of a ravioli. It was discovered by Mark R. Showalter in 1990 from analysis of old Voyager 2 probe photos and received the provisional designation S/1981 S 13 because the discovery images dated back to 1981; the existence of a moon in the Encke Gap was first predicted by Jeffrey N. Cuzzi and Jeffrey D. Scargle in 1985, based on wavy edges of the gap which indicated a gravitational disturbance. In 1986 Showalter et al. inferred its mass by modeling its gravitational wake. They arrived at a precise prediction of 133,603 ± 10 km for the semi-major axis and a mass of 5–10×10−12 Saturn masses, inferred that there was only a single moon within the Encke gap; the actual semi-major axis differs by 19 km and the actual mass is 8.6×10−12 of Saturn's.

The moon was found within 1° of the predicted position. The search was undertaken by considering all Voyager 2 images and using a computer calculation to predict whether the moon would be visible under sufficiently favorable conditions in each one; every qualifying Voyager 2 image with resolution better than ~50 km/pixel shows Pan clearly. In all, it appears in eleven Voyager 2 images; the moon was named on 16 September 1991, after the mythological Pan, the god of shepherds. This is a reference to Pan's role as a shepherd moon, it is designated Saturn XVIII. The eccentricity of Pan's orbit causes its distance from Saturn to vary by ~4 km, its inclination, which would cause it to move up and down, is not distinguishable from zero with present data. The Encke Gap, within which Pan orbits, is about 325 km wide. Cassini scientists have described Pan as "walnut-shaped" owing to the equatorial ridge, similar to that on Atlas, visible in images; the ridge is due to ring material. It has been referred to by journalists as a space empanada, a form of stuffed bread or pastry, as well as a ravioli.

The Encke Gap contains a ringlet, coincident with Pan's orbit, indicating that Pan maintains the particles in horseshoe orbits. A second ringlet is periodically disrupted by Pan to how the F Ring is disturbed by Prometheus. Notes Citations Pan Profile by NASA's Solar System Exploration The Planetary Society: Pan

Margaret Sitte

Margaret Sitte is an American politician and member of the Republican Party who served as a member of the North Dakota Senate for the 35th district. Sitte served in the North Dakota House of Representatives from 2003 to 2007, coming second in the 2002 election for the two-member 35th district with 3,167 votes, ahead of Democrat Audrey Cleary, who came third with 3,081 votes. Sitte ran for the North Dakota State Senate in 2006, but was narrowly beaten by Democrat Tracy Potter, who defeated her by 2,928 votes to 2,875. Potter ran for the U. S. Senate in 2010 and Sitte was elected to succeed him, defeating Democrat Nick Archuleta by 3,451 votes to 2,343. Sitte received attention in 2013 for opposing Bill 2125, inspired by the death of Caylee Anthony, which would have required caretakers to report missing children within 48 hours. Sitte voted against it, saying: "I affectionately call this bill the'Make Mary and Joseph Felons Bill' because Jesus was missing for three days."Also in 2013, Sitte was the primary sponsor of the Human Life Amendment, Measure 1, a right to life measure that would have amended the North Dakota Constitution to say "The inalienable right to life of every human being at any stage of development must be recognized and protected."

The measure was defeated in the 2014 elections. In that election, Sitte lost her re-election bid to Democrat Erin Oban by 58% to 41%. Profile at Vote Smart

Lubbock Independent School District

Lubbock Independent School District was established in 1907. Accredited by the Texas Education Agency, Lubbock ISD is the largest school district that serves the city of Lubbock, Texas; the Lubbock Independent School District covers 85.5 square miles and contains nearly 900 acres of school properties that are owned by the local taxpayers. Those properties include 61 campuses including 37 elementary schools, 4 early childhood schools, 11 middle schools, 4 high schools, 2 special purpose, three alternative campuses. Lubbock ISD facilities include an Advanced Technology Center for the teaching of computer operations and programming; the ATC instructs students in Iron and Wood construction, automobile technology. The district features an Aquatic Center. Schools use this Olympic indoor facility across west Texas for diving competitions, it trains all third-grade students about water safety during a class time at their school. The Aquatic Center offers special water fitness instruction for the staff of Lubbock ISD.

In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency. Estacado High School Coronado High School Lubbock High School Talkington School for Young Women Leaders Monterey High School Atkins Middle School Cavazos Middle School Dunbar Middle School Evans Middle School Hutchinson Middle School Irons Middle School Mackenzie Middle School O. L. Slaton Middle School Wilson Middle School Talkington School for Young Women Leaders Alderson Elementary School Arnett Elementary School Bayless Elementary School Bean Elementary School Bowie Elementary School Bozeman Elementary School Brown Elementary School Centennial Elementary School Dupre Elementary School Guadalupe Elementary School Hardwick Elementary School Harwell Elementary School Haynes Elementary School Hodges Elementary School Honey Elementary School Iles Elementary School Jackson Elementary School Maedgen Elementary School McWhorter Elementary School Murfee Elementary School Overton Elementary School Parkway Elementary School Parsons Elementary School Ramirez Charter School Roberts Elementary School Rush Elementary School Smith Elementary School Stewart Elementary School Tubbs Elementary School Waters Elementary School Wester Elementary School Wheatley Elementary School Wheelock Elementary School Whiteside Elementary School Williams Elementary School Wilson Elementary School Wolffarth Elementary School Wright Elementary School Lubbock ISD

Lynn Gilmartin

Lynn Gilmartin is an Australian actress and TV host, best known as the anchor of the World Poker Tour on Fox Sports Networks. Gilmartin began following the poker circuit in 2009 as a reporter for PokerNews and presenting from the World Series of Poker, European Poker Tour, Latin American Poker Tour and Asia Pacific Poker Tour. She first hit Australian and UK television screens in 2012 as the host of Crown's Aussie Millions Poker Championship and continued into 2013 as sideline reporter for ESPN Australia's coverage of the World Series of Poker Asia Pacific, One HD and ESPN Australia's coverage of Crown's Aussie Millions Poker Championship. In 2013, Gilmartin moved to Los Angeles to assume the role as anchor of the World Poker Tour on Fox Sports Networks, alongside commentators Mike Sexton and Vince van Patten. At the same time, Gilmartin took the roles of anchor and producer of the World Poker Tour's high roller series, WPT Alpha8, on Fox Sports 1, alongside commentators Ali Nejad and Olivier Busquet.

Gilmartin featured on the December 2013 cover of Bluff magazine. In February 2018, Gilmartin hosted the American Poker Awards. In 2018, Gilmartin began her film career with the role of Gemma in the film Museo, which won a Silver Bear award for Best Screenplay at the Berlin International Film Festival, she has since appeared in Australian film productions, How Do You Know Chris? and The Very Excellent Mr Dundee, which are yet to be released. In January 2020, Gilmartin was inducted into the Australian Poker Hall of Fame. In 2015, Gilmartin won the largest-ever European Poker Tour Women's Event in Barcelona, securing an EPT trophy and a first-place prize of €5,890; the event a record-breaking field size of 148 entries with a prize pool of €28,712. In July 2017 Gilmartin made her first cash at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, finishing in 49th place in Event #70: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em - Ladies Championship for $2,301. In January 2020, Gilmartin was inducted into the Australian Poker Hall of Fame.

Gilmartin is an ambassador for WPT Foundation co-hosting fundraising events for beneficiaries such as TGR Foundation, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Education Reform Now. Gilmartin is a global ambassador for Wildlife Warriors. Official Website Lynn Gilmartin on IMDb World Poker Tour Biography Lynn Gilmartin Interview

2007 Meath Senior Football Championship

The 2007 Meath Senior Football Championship was the 115th edition of the Meath GAA's premier club Gaelic football tournament for senior graded teams in County Meath, Ireland. The tournament consists of 16 teams, with the winner going on to represent Meath in the Leinster Senior Club Football Championship; the championship starts with a group stage and progresses to a knock out stage. Wolfe Tones were the defending champions after they defeated Navan O'Mahonys in the previous years final. Rathkenny were promoted after claiming the 2006 Meath Intermediate Football Championship title, their first Intermediate win since 1934. On 4 November 2007, Seneschalstown claimed their 3rd Senior Championship title when they defeated Navan O'Mahonys 0–15 to 0–9 after a replay. Captain Cormac Quinn raised the Keegan Cup. Ballinlough were relegated after 16 years in the senior grade; the following teams have changed division since the 2006 championship season. There are 3 groups called Group A, B and C; the 3 top finishers in Group A and the top 2 finishers in Group B and C will qualify for the quarter finals.

Third place in Group B will play third place in Group C for a quarter finals place. The 3 teams that finish last in their groups will play in a round-robin relegation play-off; the winners and runners up of each group qualify for the quarter finals along with the third-placed finisher of Group A

Austrocochlea constricta

Austrocochlea constricta, common names the southern periwinkle, common periwinkle, or ribbon monodonta, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails. The height of the shell varies its diameter between 22 mm and 28 mm; the thick, solid shell is imperforate. Its color is a lusterless ashen or whitish, obscurely marked with black zigzag lines and stripes, or with spiral articulated zones or with spiral stripes of black. Sometimes it is nearly unicolored; the spire is conical with an acute apex. The about five whorls are convex; the first one is eroded, the penultimate is strongly spirally tricostate. The body whorl has about seven strong carinae; the aperture is oblique. The outer and basal lips are either thick and multilirate within, or rather thin and furrowed at the places of the principal carinae; the short columella is oblique, subdentate at its base and at the insertion spreading in a strong callus upon the parietal wall. This marine species is endemic to Australia and occurs off New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia Dillwyn, L.

W. 1817. A descriptive catalogue of Recent shells, arranged according to the Linnaean method. London: John and Arthur Arch 2 volumes 1092 + 29 pp. Menke, K. T. 1829. Verzeichniss der ansehnlischen Conchylien-Sammlung der Freiherrn von der Malsburg. Pyrmonti: Publisher not known pp. i-vi, 1-123 Quoy, J. R. & Gaimard, J. P. 1834. Voyage de Découvertes de l'Astrolabe exécuté par Ordre du Roi, Pendant les Années 1826-1829. Paris: J. Tastu Zoologie Vol. 3 366 pp. Adams, A. 1853. Contributions towards a monograph of the Trochidae, a family of gastropodous Mollusca. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1851: 150-192 Chenu, J. C. 1859. Manual de Conchyliologie et de Paléontologie Conchyliologique. Paris: V. Masson Vol. 1 i-vii, 508 pp Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1877. Census. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 1877: 3-34 Fischer, P. 1878. Genres Calcar, Xenophora, Tectarius et Risella. Pp. 241-336 in Keiner, L. C.. Spécies general et iconographie des coquilles vivantes. Paris: J. B. Baillière Vol. 11.

Pritchard, G. B. & Gatliff, J. H. 1902. Catalogue of the marine shells of Victoria. Part V. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 14: 85-138 Hedley, C. 1917. Studies on Australian Mollusca. Part XIII. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 41: 680-719 Cotton, B. C. & Godfrey, F. K. 1934. South Australian Shells. Part 13. South Australian Naturalist 1 16: 1-6 Cotton, B. C. 1959. South Australian Mollusca. Archaeogastropoda. Handbook of the Flora and Fauna of South Australia. Adelaide: South Australian Government Printer 449 pp. Macpherson, J. H. 1962. Trochus obtusa confusion. Memoirs of the National Museum of Victoria 25: 173-176 Iredale, T. & McMichael, D. F. 1962. A reference list of the marine Mollusca of New South Wales. Memoirs of the Australian Museum 11: 1-109 Ludbrook, N. H. 1978. Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Western Australia 125: 1-286 Wilson, B. 1993. Australian Marine Shells. Prosobranch Gastropods. Kallaroo, Western Australia: Odyssey Publishing Vol. 1 408 pp To Antarctic Invertebrates To Barcode of Life To Biodiversity Heritage Library To Encyclopedia of Life To GenBank To USNM Invertebrate Zoology Mollusca Collection To World Register of Marine Species "Austrocochlea constricta". Retrieved 15 January 2019