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  • Chronometer
  • Chronometer
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  • Benutzt von: Menschen (Bündnis)
  • Chronometers (clocks, watches, hour-glasses, etc.) are a feature of Fighting Fantasy canon.
  • A chronometer is
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ The Chronometer is a meter you can buy from the Parts Shop in Fuji City and in this game it is exactly the same model as the one in real life.
  • Chronometer is a mutant supervillain. He is a Precog and is mentioned along with Chessmaster as being someone that Carlos Jefferson wouldn't be able to check with to see if they could see beyond Spring 2008.
  • When Seth recovers it from the Manor, he pushes a button in panic, as Ephira was cornering him. Patton Burgess then comes forward in time and saves him from Ephira's clutches. While he is there, Patton helps Kendra, Seth, and Lena defeat Ephira and Kurisock, curing Fablehaven's residents of the Shadow Plague, at the cost of Lena's life. Patton goes back to his own time, leaving the Chronometer with the Sorensons to protect it.
  • A Chronometer is a type of clock used for testing and certified to meet certain precision. Eliras Sorun and his sidekick Alra Urulin used a chronometer. (RPG: "First Steps: The Stargate Unexplored Worlds Roleplaying Sourcebook")
  • Ein Chronometer ist eine besonders präzise mechanische Uhr, welche zur Messung der Zeit verwendet wird. Deren Verlauf gibt der Chronometer in Zeiteinheiten an. Jeder Computer und auch Raumschiffe besitzen Chronometer zu Steuerung. Bei Raumschiffen der Constitution-Klasse befindet sich der digitale Chronometer am Navigationssystem und zeigt dort die Sternzeit und die genaue Uhrzeit an. (TOS: , ) Im 24. Jahrhundert wird innerhalb der Föderation eine Standardzeiteinheit verwendet, welche an alle Raumschiffe der Föderation gesendet und mit deren Chronometern abgeglichen wird. (TNG: , )
  • Chronometer function could be disrupted by many things, such as the non-application of natural laws of the universe, causing stoppage (TAS: "The Magicks of Megas-Tu") or the reversal of time, causing them to run backward (TAS: "The Counter-Clock Incident"). On occasion, starships may need to reset the ship's clock, i.e., on-board chronometer, at which time a Federation time beacon or a realignment subspace signal by a starbase may be consulted. (TNG: "Clues" , "Cause and Effect" )
  • Starships use chronometers to keep records of time passing, this can often be useful when something happens to the crew of a ship that causes them to lose track of time. When the USS Enterprise was attacked by the Ngultor, consulting the chronometer informed the crew they had been incapacitated for forty-nine minutes. (EV comic: "Flesh of My Flesh") Chronometers of Constitution class starships in the 23rd century featured a bridge readout which displayed the time as a stardate and on a shipboard twenty-four hour clock. (TOS episode: "The Naked Time")
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  • Sparks
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  • From a Certain Point of View
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  • Sparks
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  • Chronometer
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  • Keeping time
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  • From a Certain Point of View
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  • Benutzt von: Menschen (Bündnis)
  • Chronometers (clocks, watches, hour-glasses, etc.) are a feature of Fighting Fantasy canon.
  • Ein Chronometer ist eine besonders präzise mechanische Uhr, welche zur Messung der Zeit verwendet wird. Deren Verlauf gibt der Chronometer in Zeiteinheiten an. Jeder Computer und auch Raumschiffe besitzen Chronometer zu Steuerung. Bei Raumschiffen der Constitution-Klasse befindet sich der digitale Chronometer am Navigationssystem und zeigt dort die Sternzeit und die genaue Uhrzeit an. (TOS: , ) Im 24. Jahrhundert wird innerhalb der Föderation eine Standardzeiteinheit verwendet, welche an alle Raumschiffe der Föderation gesendet und mit deren Chronometern abgeglichen wird. (TNG: , ) An Bord der USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) haben nur Data und Geordi La Forge die Befugnis den Schiffschronometer zu programieren. 2367 manipuliert Data den Schiffschronometer der Enterprise, damit es so aussieht als ob nur 30 Sekunden, anstatt eines Tages, vergangen sind. (TNG: ) Auch Data besitzt einen internen Chronometer. (TNG: ) Auf Schiffen der Galaxy-Klasse ist ebenso im Badbereich eines Quartiers eine Anzeige zu finden, die auf Bedienung hin die Uhrzeit wie auch die aktuelle Sternzeit anzeigt. (TNG: )
  • A chronometer is
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ The Chronometer is a meter you can buy from the Parts Shop in Fuji City and in this game it is exactly the same model as the one in real life.
  • Starships use chronometers to keep records of time passing, this can often be useful when something happens to the crew of a ship that causes them to lose track of time. When the USS Enterprise was attacked by the Ngultor, consulting the chronometer informed the crew they had been incapacitated for forty-nine minutes. (EV comic: "Flesh of My Flesh") Chronometers of Constitution class starships in the 23rd century featured a bridge readout which displayed the time as a stardate and on a shipboard twenty-four hour clock. (TOS episode: "The Naked Time") Data had an internal chronometer. While experimenting with non-androids' experiences of passing time, William T. Riker advised Data to turn off his internal chronometer in order to make the simulation more real. (TNG episode: "Timescape")
  • Chronometer is a mutant supervillain. He is a Precog and is mentioned along with Chessmaster as being someone that Carlos Jefferson wouldn't be able to check with to see if they could see beyond Spring 2008.
  • When Seth recovers it from the Manor, he pushes a button in panic, as Ephira was cornering him. Patton Burgess then comes forward in time and saves him from Ephira's clutches. While he is there, Patton helps Kendra, Seth, and Lena defeat Ephira and Kurisock, curing Fablehaven's residents of the Shadow Plague, at the cost of Lena's life. Patton goes back to his own time, leaving the Chronometer with the Sorensons to protect it.
  • A Chronometer is a type of clock used for testing and certified to meet certain precision. Eliras Sorun and his sidekick Alra Urulin used a chronometer. (RPG: "First Steps: The Stargate Unexplored Worlds Roleplaying Sourcebook")
  • Chronometer function could be disrupted by many things, such as the non-application of natural laws of the universe, causing stoppage (TAS: "The Magicks of Megas-Tu") or the reversal of time, causing them to run backward (TAS: "The Counter-Clock Incident"). On occasion, starships may need to reset the ship's clock, i.e., on-board chronometer, at which time a Federation time beacon or a realignment subspace signal by a starbase may be consulted. (TNG: "Clues" , "Cause and Effect" ) In "The Naked Time" , the original version featured a mechanical chronometer. In the remastered version, it was changed to a digital display. In a deleted scene in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Colonel West said that if hostilities with the Klingon Empire developed, the Federation would "clean their chronometers"
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