**Gravity-gradient stabilization** — is a method of stabilizing artificial satellites in a fixed orientation using only the orbited body s mass distribution and the Earth s gravitational field. The main advantage over using active stabilization with propellants, gyroscopes or… … Wikipedia

**Gravity anomaly** — A gravity anomaly is the difference between the observed gravity and a value predicted from a model. Geodesy and geophysicsIn geodesy and geophysics, the usual model is the surface of a global spheroid (ellipsoid of Hayford or WGS84) by rather… … Wikipedia

**Gravity Gradiometry** — is the study and measurement of variations in the acceleration due to gravity. Gravity gradiometry is a measure of differential acceleration of the earth’s gravity field over a unit distance. It is used by oil, gas and mining companies to… … Wikipedia

**Gauss' law for gravity** — In physics, Gauss law for gravity, also known as Gauss flux theorem for gravity, is a law of physics which is essentially equivalent to Newton s law of universal gravitation. Its form is mathematically similar to Gauss law for electricity; in… … Wikipedia

**density gradient** — A column of liquid in which the density varies continually with position, usually as a consequence of variation of concentration of a solute. Such gradients may be established by progressive mixing of solutions of different density (as for… … Dictionary of molecular biology

**GGTS** — Gravity Gradient Test Satellite ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) … Acronyms

**GGTS** — Gravity Gradient Test Satellite ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) … Acronyms von A bis Z

**Z'** — Gravity Gradient Contributor: MSFC … NASA Acronyms

**GGT** — Gravity Gradient Torques Contributor: GSFC … NASA Acronyms

**Space tether** — Artist s conception of satellite with a tether Space tethers are cables, usually long and very strong, which can be used for propulsion, stabilization, or maintaining the formation of space systems by determining the trajectory of spacecraft and… … Wikipedia