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What is time lapse imaging?


The embryo-scope ( Time Lapse Imaging) is an incubator with a built in microscope and camera that observes the embryos and takes pictures for each embryo every 10-20 minutes (Time Lapse Imaging). By reviewing these pictures and the video recording we can closely monitor the progress of the embryos to select the best ones to be replaced. You can get more information about Time Lapse Imaging by clicking on : Fertility Test London.


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Reactivated 5 hrs. ago. Unable to use phone. Message emergency call. What's wrong


Did you have a lapse in service?
Did you just add airtime after lapse in service?
You have added time but your sim card is not active, which is what Tracphone does when you have lapse in service.
You need to talk with their customer service reps who will help you get your phone up and running again.
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Nov 27, 2015 | tracfone.com

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WCVH6600 pausing in cycle, long cycle time


Could be heater burnt out and taking long time to get up yo temperature or sinply defaulting to running cold after a given programmed time lapse.

Dec 09, 2013 | GE Washing Machines

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How is latitude related to air temperature


The temperature of the troposphere generally decreases as altitude increases. The rate at which the temperature decreases, dT / dz, is called the lapse rate. The reason for this decrease is as follows. When a parcel of air rises, it expands, because the pressure is lower at higher altitudes. As the air parcel expands, it pushes on the air around it, doing work; but generally it does not gain heat in exchange from its environment, because its thermal conductivity is low (such a process is called adiabatic). Since the parcel does work and gains no heat, it loses energy, and so its temperature decreases. (The reverse, of course, will be true for a sinking parcel of air.) [1]
Since the heat exchanged dQ is related to the entropy change dS by dQ=T dS, the equation governing the temperature as a function of height for a thoroughly mixed atmosphere is
9df09585dbe18cef06221a59290536de.png where S is the entropy. The rate at which temperature decreases with height under such conditions is called the adiabatic lapse rate.
For dry air, which is approximately an ideal gas, we can proceed further. The adiabatic equation for an ideal gas is [3]
beb483b44843aad0a6cddff7b1385c8a.png where γ is the heat capacity ratio (γ=7/5, for air). Combining with the equation for the pressure, one arrives at the dry adiabatic lapse rate,[4]
c4507116c9a4244af81e3aa8b865d863.png If the air contains water vapor, then cooling of the air can cause the water to condense, and the behavior is no longer that of an ideal gas. If the air is at the saturated vapor pressure, then the rate at which temperature drops with height is called the saturated adiabatic lapse rate. More generally, the actual rate at which the temperature drops with altitude is called the environmental lapse rate. In the troposphere, the average environmental lapse rate is a drop of about 6.5 °C for every 1 km (1000 meters) increase in height. [1]
The environmental lapse rate (the actual rate at which temperature drops with height, dT / dz) is not usually equal to the adiabatic lapse rate (or correspondingly, e52ae677de914e5cfddd35c399e2c57b.png). If the upper air is warmer than predicted by the adiabatic lapse rate (dS / dz > 0), then when a parcel of air rises and expands, it will arrive at the new height at a lower temperature than its surroundings. In this case, the air parcel is denser than its surroundings, so it sinks back to its original height, and the air is stable against being lifted. If, on the contrary, the upper air is cooler than predicted by the adiabatic lapse rate, then when the air parcel rises to its new height it will have a higher temperature and a lower density than its surroundings, and will continue to accelerate upward.[1][2]
Temperatures decrease at middle latitudes from an average of 15°C at sea level to about -55°C at the beginning of the tropopause. At the poles, the troposphere is thinner and the temperature only decreases to -45°C, while at the equator the temperature at the top of the troposphere can reach -75°C

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Picture freees


What you are describing is either a fluctuation in the signal strength for a particular channel/channels or a momentary lapse of the actual broadcast signal. The reason why the picture freezes instead of just getting some static in it is because the signal is digital rather than analog.

Dec 30, 2008 | Insignia 37" LCD Flat-Panel HDTV

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Can I switch a video from time lapse mode after it has been shot?


No. Time-lapse video is recorded at a much lower frequency than regular video. The information between recorded frames is gone.

Imagine taking a picture out of your office window once an hour. You might catch some cars moving and/or people walking, but you won't be able to see what happened between the pictures.

You can go the other way, from a regular video to a time-lapse video by skipping frames. Unfortunately you can't do the opposite without guessing at what happened in between.

May 23, 2008 | Canon PowerShot SD750 / IXUS 75 Digital...

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My Thompson Freeview box keeps stuttering/time lapse freezing.


Hi Ive just bought a thomson dtr box and the picture keeps freezing .new arial new cable etc.well ive just tried a £20 freeview box and its fine good clear picture and dosnt freeze.I had a good signal when using the thompson box and its the box load of rubbish taking it back to shop.

Apr 14, 2008 | Televison & Video

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TIME LAPSE function


The TIME LAPSE function makes it possible to shoot a sequence of pictures (such as a flower opening) automatically under pre-set conditions. Open the MODE MENU under the CAMERA tab. Use the arrow pad to toggle up to TIME LAPSE and select ON. On this screen you can select the number of shot (2 to 99) and the time interval between each shot (1 min. to 60 min. in 1 min. increments. Press the OK button and the shooting sequence will begin. It is advised to use the AC Adapter C-7AU for longer sequences. This function is not available in the AUTO or MOVIE Modes.

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