Ikarus is an alternative spelling of Icarus used in some European languages, which might also appear as Ikaros: In Greek mythology, Icarus was the son of Daedalus 1566 Icarus, one of the Apollo asteroids Icarus is a scientific journal focusing on studies of the Solar System. ...
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Category: Disambiguation Icarus and Daedalus by Charles Paul Landon In Greek mythology, Icarus (Latin, Greek â Ãkaros, Etruscan â Vicare, German â Ikarus) was son of Daedalus, famous for his death by falling into the sea when he flew too close to the sun, melting the wax holding his artificial wings together. ... Software developed by URW, a German company, in the 80s for converting existing typefaces and logos into digital format for use on computer driven printing, plotting and sign cutting devices. ... Ikarus type 260. ... Operation Ikarus (Unternehmen Ikarus or Fall Ikarus in German) was a World War II German plan to invade Iceland wich had been captured by British forces in 1940. ... Ikarus is the reigning World Computer Speed Chess Champion. ... Image File history File links Disambig_gray. ...
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