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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. 
Billed weight. 155 lb (70 kg; 11.1 st) Debut. circa 1976. Retired. 1996. Juanita Wright (October 24, 1934 – September 11, 1996) was a professional wrestling valet and wrestler best known as "Sweet" Sapphire in the World Wrestling Federation where she managed Dusty Rhodes in 1989 and 1990. She also wrestled on the independent circuit as ...
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.
Sapphire Central is a rural locality in the Central Highlands Region, Queensland, Australia.  The town of Sapphire is within the locality ( 23.46111°S 147.7208°E ).  Sapphires are mined extensively in the area. At the 2021 census, the locality had a population of 1214 people. 
Stuart Sapphire. The Stuart Sapphire was on the front of the Imperial State Crown. The Stuart Sapphire is a blue sapphire that forms part of the British Crown Jewels. It weighs 104 carats (20.8 grams) and is believed to have originated from Asia, potentially present-day Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar or Kashmir. 
WASD may refer to: Wallenpaupack Area School District WASD keys, the default mapping in most video games for the movement of the player using a keyboard. Wide Area Surveillance Division, a VMS web server This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title WASD.
Vampire Academy is an American fantasy horror television series based on the novels series of the same name by Richelle Mead.  Adapted for Peacock by Julie Plec and Marguerite MacIntyre, the series is produced by Universal Television. It stars Sisi Stringer, Daniela Nieves, Kieron Moore and André Dae Kim alongside an ensemble cast.