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  2. Sapphire (satellite) - Wikipedia

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    Sapphire, Canada's first military satellite, is a small spacecraft designed to monitor space debris and satellites within an orbit 3,728 to 24,855 miles (6,000 to 40,000 kilometres) above Earth. The satellite has been providing data to the United States Space Surveillance Network since January 2014. [4]

  3. SAPPHIRE (Health care) - Wikipedia

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    SAPPHIRE (Health care) The Situational Awareness and Preparedness for Public Health Incidences and Reasoning Engines (SAPPHIRE) is a semantics -based health information system capable of tracking and evaluating situations and occurrences that may affect public health. It was developed in 2004 by Dr. Parsa Mirhaji at the University of Texas ...

  4. Sapphire Ridge, Montana - Wikipedia

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    Sapphire Ridge is a census-designated place (CDP) in Judith Basin County, Montana, United States. The community is more commonly known as Sapphire Village . [3] [4] It is in the southern part of the county, on the west side of the valley of the Judith River , a northeast-flowing tributary of the Missouri River .

  5. Millennium Sapphire - Wikipedia

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    The Millennium Sapphire is a blue sapphire discovered in 1995 in Madagascar. The Millennium Sapphire. History. The Millennium Sapphire was discovered in 1995 by a miner in central Madagascar. Rather than cut it into smaller pieces, Daniel Mckinney, one of the owners of the gem, sought to use the whole stone and kept it as one crystal to pay tribute to humanity.. In 2003 the Guinness World ...

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  8. St Edward's Sapphire - Wikipedia

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    St Edward's Sapphire is an octagonal, rose-cut sapphire that forms part of the British Crown Jewels.. Its history is older than any other gemstone in the royal collection. The stone is thought to have been in the coronation ring of Edward the Confessor, known later as St Edward, who ascended the throne of England in 1042, twenty-four years before the Norman conquest.