A person who explores an unfamiliar area; an adventurer
a polar explorer
someone who travels into little known regions (especially for some scientific purpose)
Internet Explorer: a commercial browser
Exploration is the act of searching or traveling a terrain (including space, see space exploration) for the purpose of discovery of resources or information. Exploration occurs in all non-sessile animal species, including humans. ...
Explorer is a progressive trance album from producer trio Tilt. This is Tilt's first full album of work after over ten years of music production.
A dental explorer (sickle probe) is an instrument in dentistry commonly used in the dental armamentarium. A sharp point at the end of the explorer is used to enhance tactile sensation.
The Explorer is a weekly newspaper covering Northwest Tucson, Arizona. Its coverage area includes the towns of Oro Valley and Marana and the communities of Catalina Foothills, Casas Adobes, Catalina, SaddleBrooke, Tortolita, Oracle, along with neighborhoods in the City of Tucson and Pima County.
The Foreigner universe is a fictional universe developed by science fiction and fantasy author C. J. Cherryh. The series centers around the descendants of a ship lost in transit from Earth en route to found a new space station. ...
Cosmopolis XXI is a planned Russian vehicle that is billed as a space tourism vehicle, similar to Mojave Aerospace's Tier One program. ...
One who explores something; A person who by means of travel (notably an expedition) searches out new information; Any of various hand tools, with sharp points, used in dentistry; A visual representation of a file system etc. through which the user can navigate
(Explorers) Amundsen Fram pictures | von Bellingshausen - Vostok and Mirny | Borschgrevink - Southern Cross | Bruce - Scotia | Charcot Français Pourquoi-Pas? ...
(Explorers) One of Bartle’s gamer classifications in which players will spend hours looking for glitches or easter eggs hidden in games simply for the joy of knowing they discovered something. Very rarely do Explorers like to follow a game’s timeline and like to look around at their own pace.
(Explorers) People who go to a place that is unknown or little known to find out more about it. "The Explorers from Europe found many Indians living in California."
(Explorers) want to explore the world, build mental maps of the different areas in their heads, and generally figure out what is in their surroundings.
Explorers are instruments used to locate subgingival deposits and carious areas and to check the smoothness of the root surfaces after root planing.
A hook-like fine pointed instrument used in examining the teeth.
Sharp instrument used to detect decay on the surface of teeth
Program conducted by the Boy Scouts of America for young people ages 14-20. Several Explorer posts focused on teaching computing and used Multics in the 1970s and 80s. Post 692 in McLean, VA, Post 414 in Phoenix, AZ, and Post 500 in Rome, NY were some.
Someone who travels to unfamiliar places to discover new things.
a person who seeks knowledge of unfamiliar, poorly known, or poorly understood regions, places, and phenomena
A person who travels into unknown regions in order to learn about them
a young adult who's age is between 14 and 21 who learns the basics of firefighting.
A tool for displaying, modifying, and creating data and event objects for any parent object in Stateflow. The Explorer also displays, modifies, and creates targets for the Stateflow machine. See Stateflow Explorer.
The Explorer program is NASA's continuing level-of-effort program for orbital astronomy and space physics packages (the Discovery program is the equivalent program for deep-space explorations, i.e., planetary probes). ...
when used in proper case, Explorer generally refers to Windows Explorer, although there may be some ambiguity as to whether the term is meant to include the closely related Internet Explorer. ...
a starship on which Dyle was travelling; it crash-landed on Lugast