- n French mathematician who described the vernier scale (1580-1637)
- n a small movable scale that slides along a main scale; the small scale is calibrated to indicate fractional divisions of the main scale
- First they fired Surveyor's vernier engines for 33 seconds to consume more fuel and reduce the craft's landing weight.
- They were, Small vernier rockets near each of the craft's three legs fired to stabilize the spacecraft in a base-down attitude.
- The final push came from eight small vernier rockets fired by radio command from Cape Canaveral to adjust the speed.
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- Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan in Spaceflight Now
The detailed analysis of the flight data will be carried out and we will find out the reasons for the non-ignition of the vernier engines,Radhakrishnan said. "We will also confirm that the main cryogenic engine ignited."