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The Collaborative International Dictionary
Decameter \Dec"a*me`ter\, Decametre \Dec"a*me`tre\, n. [F. d['e]cam[`e]tre; Gr. de`ka ten + m[`e]tre. See Meter.] A measure of length in the metric system; ten meters, equal to about 393.7 inches.
n. (alternative spelling of decametre from=US English)
Usage examples of "decameter".
What are the sources of the decameter radio emission on Jupiter, each less than 100 kilometers across, fixed on the Jovian surface, which intermittently radiate to space?
They had discovered that Jupiter was a powerful source of decameter radio emission.
Subsequent studies of the decimeter and decameter emission by James Warwick of the University of Colorado and others suggested that the magnetic axis of Jupiter is displaced a small fraction of a Jupiter radius from the axis of rotation, quite different from the terrestrial case, where both axes intersect at the center of the Earth.
From the intensity of the decimeter and decameter emission, astronomers also calculated what the energies and fluxes of electrons and protons in the Jovian magneto-sphere might be.
Why are there localized sources of decameter emission on Jupiter probably less than 100 kilometers in size?
Jovian decameter emission are reminiscent of the properties of pulsars.
Hauled along by a network of mag-beams converging from a score of space tugs came the Conference Disk, two hectometers in diameter and a decameter thick at its hub.
Nearby are at least fifty fido men shooting with their minicam-eras, the transceivers floating a few decameters near them.
Nearby are at least fifty fido men shooting with their minicameras, the transceivers floating a few decameters near them.