Mercury

Mercury commonly refers to:

  • Mercury (planet), the innermost planet orbiting the Sun
  • Mercury (element), a metallic element
  • Mercury (mythology), a Roman god

Mercury may also refer to:

Read more about Mercury:  Geography, Populated Places, Transportation, Music, Film and Television, Comics, Computing, Sports, People, Other Uses

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I'm Going Slightly Mad - Video
... a tea kettle on his head and riding a tricycle while Mercury sneaks up on him and is chasing him, a man in a gorilla suit, bassist John Deacon as a jester, and ... to feature significant creative input from Mercury ... in "These Are the Days of Our Lives", the last video Mercury ever filmed (in May 1991), where he hardly moves around at all, as his condition had deteriorated further ...
Ferranti Mercury - Mercury
... had built the Mark I for the university, continued development of the prototype Meg to produce the Mercury ... Much detailed information both about the Mercury hardware and the Autocode coding system is included in a downloadable Spanish-language Autocode manual ... The first of an eventual 19 Mercury computers was delivered in August 1957 ...
Big Joe 1
... Big Joe 1 (Atlas 10-D) launched an unmanned boilerplate Mercury capsule from Cape Canaveral, Florida on September 9, 1959 ... The objective of the Big Joe program was to test the Mercury spacecraft ablating heat shield ... It was also the first Project Mercury flight using an Atlas booster ...
History Of Street Lighting In The United States - Means of Electric Light Generation - Mercury Vapor
... In 1948, the first regular production mercury vapor (MV) streetlight assembly was developed ... Mercury lamps developed in the mid 1960s were coated with a special material made of phosphors inside the bulb to help correct the lack of orange/red light from mercury vapor lamps (increasing ... Mercury Vapor Bulbs come in either clear or coated with powers of 50, 100, 175, 250, 400, 700 or 1,000 Watts ...
Mercury - Other Uses
... Mercury (astrology), the astrological use of the planet Mercury (cipher machine), a British cipher machine from the 1950s Mercury (novel), by Ben Bova Mercury (plant ...

Famous quotes containing the word mercury:

    The mercury sank in the mouth of the dying day.
    What instruments we have agree
    The day of his death was a dark cold day.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)