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LOW ABSORPTION
GALAXY
LOW COST
ELLIPTICAL GALAXIES
NEUTRINOS
BLACK HOLES
OBJECTS
PLANETARY NEBULAE
GALAXIES
CORES
ASTRONOMERS
BROWN DWARFS
LOW MASS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Low Mass"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Low Absorption

  1. The ideal moderator is of low mass, high scattering cross section, and low absorption cross section.

Galaxy

  1. Its low mass and high speed suggest the galaxy will be a short-term guest. (Web site)

Low Cost

  1. Such apparatus can be utilized to create novel, low mass, low cost, highly effective shielding against gamma radiation. (Web site)

Elliptical Galaxies

  1. Elliptical galaxies contain mostly low mass stars (less than about 1.5 times the mass of the.

Neutrinos

  1. Neutrinos have a very low mass and one type can change into one of the other two types. (Web site)

Black Holes

  1. Such dark matter could be in the form of extremely dim stars of low mass, of large planets like Jupiter, or of black holes, either small or massive. (Web site)
  2. These black holes are not necessarily low mass, for example, it requires 1 billion tons of matter to make a black hole the size of a proton.

Objects

  1. Such young star-forming systems of low mass at early cosmic times are likely to be the objects from which present-day galaxies have formed.
  2. Also, objects with relatively low mass would be not be more likely to escape Earth's gravity -- even at those distances. (Web site)

Planetary Nebulae

  1. Planetary nebulae are formed after medium or low mass stars, such as the Sun, exhaust their hydrogen fuel in the stellar core. (Web site)

Galaxies

  1. These galaxies are often low mass, low metallicity, dust-free objects. (Web site)
  2. A galaxy with amorphous structure and with relatively low mass (108-1010 M). Fewer than 10% of all galaxies are classified as irregular. (Web site)

Cores

  1. The stronger gravity of high mass stars compress their cores to higher temperatures, and consequently, these stars are much brighter than low mass stars. (Web site)

Astronomers

  1. This cluster contains a very small number of low mass stars, astronomers think these have been ripped from M12 by the gravity of the Milky Way. (Web site)

Brown Dwarfs

  1. Low mass, faint, brown dwarfs have recently been found in the Pleiades.

Low Mass

  1. Medium to low mass stars run out of hydrogen in their cores after tens of millions to billions of years in the main sequence. (Web site)
  2. Goals included first detection of brown dwarfs, an extensive survey of low mass stars, and cataloguing of all detected stars and galaxies.

Categories

  1. Brown Dwarfs
  2. Billion Tons
  3. Cores
  4. Hydrogen Fuel
  5. Science > Astronomy > Nebulae > Planetary Nebulae
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