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- MASSIVE, the software used in The Lord of the Rings films.
- It is a sulfide of copper and iron, CuFeS 2. It crystallizes in the tetragonal system but is usually found in the massive form.
- What they've learned may confirm a theory for the mystery surrounding the heart of this massive collection of stars, gas and dust.
- Supernova: An extremely violent explosion of a star many times more massive than our Sun.
- The heavier elements (like iron, copper and gold) are created as massive stars undergo supernova.
- The most massive stars may be completely destroyed by a supernova with an energy greatly exceeding its gravitational binding energy.
- Specificially, there's eta Carinae, which is the most luminous star in our galaxy and is just one massive explosion away from becoming a supernova.
- A high-mass star loses a large fraction of its mass quickly in a massive explosion known as a supernova.
- Many of the smaller moons of those worlds are detritus left over from the massive explosion that blew Bellona to smithereens some 900,000 years ago.
- In 480 BC a small Spartan unit under King Leonidas made a legendary last stand against a massive, invading Persian army at the Battle of Thermopylae.
- A small force led by King Leonidas of Sparta blocked the only road through which the massive army of Xerxes I could pass.
- In 1605 the Swedes again spent large sums of money to conscript a new massive army.
- The 1800 eruption probably rivalled the 1980 eruption in size, although it did not result in massive destruction of the cone.
- During the Second World War, it was realized that the energy released by radioactivity could possibly be used to wreak massive destruction.
- Both wars saw massive destruction of the British merchant fleet but new construction exceeded the rate of destruction.
- In June 1991 the unexpected eruption of Mount Pinatubo in central Luzon killed hundreds of people and caused massive, widespread damage.
- The massive eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines during June 1991 came after more than 600 years of dormancy.
- The complete loss of blood is referred to as exsanguination, and desanguination is a massive blood loss.
- The etiology of shock in traumatized patients is likely to be massive blood loss but other causes of shock must be considered.
- He immediately fled Sant' Agata for the Grand Hotel in Milan and, after four unhappy years, Verdi died in 1901, the victim of a massive stroke.
- Success and money only added to Frizzell's alcohol addiction, and on July 19, 1975 at age 47 he died after a massive stroke.
- Furthermore, the Virgo Cluster is so massive that it is attracting our own galaxy toward it, and itself to us.
- The Virgo Cluster is so massive that it is noticeably pulling our Galaxy toward it.
- M87 is one of the most massive galaxies in the Virgo cluster and of all known galaxies.
- BCGs include the most massive galaxies in the universe.
- These galaxies were located in the Leo Ring, a cloud of hydrogen and helium around two massive galaxies in the constellation Leo.
- Near massive bodies, such as the Sun and Earth, this Aether fabric is stretched inward toward the mass.
- Points in the vicinity of two massive bodies (such as the Earth and the Moon) where each others' respective gravities balance.
- In Newton's universe, gravity was regarded as an attractive force, which all massive bodies exert on each other.
- The path that an object takes in a closed-circuit orbit around a more massive body (such as a satellite around the Earth) is in the shape of an ellipse.
- A star is a massive body of plasma in outer space that is currently producing or has produced energy through nuclear fusion.
- Answer is yes, because there is very massive body with very high intensity gravity in the universe.
- In 1950, Frizzell's Columbia recording "If You've Got the Money, I've Got the Time" became a massive hit, claiming a chart position for some 20 weeks.
- No such particles have yet been detected, though astronomers have given them names like Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs).
- If the dark matter within our galaxy is made up of Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs), then a large number must pass through the Earth each second.
- Searches for dark matter in the form of elementary particles such as WIMPs (weakly interacting massive particles) have been developed by Blas Cabrera.
- The tidal forces of nearby galaxies in the cluster may also play a role in triggering star formation on such a massive scale.
- Pictures from Mars show that the yardang ridges occur on a massive scale there, giving visual support to the theory that Mars has once had ground water.
- In more recent times, pyrolysis has been used on a massive scale to turn coal into coke for metallurgy, especially steel-making.
- Nevermind was a massive, unexpected success, selling millions of copies.
- Upon its release, Nevermind exceeded all expectations and became a massive success, catapulting the band to worldwide stardom.
- After the massive success of The Jazz Singer, Warner Brothers quickly turned around and created another vehicle to showcase their star.
- Massive Attack released their second album entitled "Protection." Those years also marked the rise of Portishead and Tricky.
- This trip-hop, drum & bass group layer warm textures over heavy beats that are reminiscent at times of Lamb, Nightmares on Wax, or Massive Attack.
- The allure of Network Marketing or MLM to consumers is the massive amounts of money that some in the industry claim to make.
- HONG Kong action hero Jackie Chan says he wants to make a film about the massive earthquake which hit China earlier this month to raise money for victims.
- The much touted 'X-Com: Alliance' was canned by Microprose, despite a massive amount of money being lavished on it.
- Groves immediately ordered the construction of two massive, full-scale uranium-enrichment plants.
- Mughal Emperor Shahjahan started construction of the massive fort in 1638 and work was completed in 1648.
- This resulted in the construction of fortress works across Europe such as the massive fortifications at Verdun.
- In most parts of Europe, Romanesque columns were massive, as they supported thick upper walls with small windows, and sometimes heavy vaults.
- The marsupial lion weighed in at 100-200kg, and had a massive head and a thick, muscular tail.
- Giant stars are often no more massive than the Sun but they have expanded to great size and are therefore less dense but highly luminous.
- The planets formed in the colder regions are more massive and less dense.
- Serpentinite - A dark green, dense, tough, massive, hard rack.
- The closer the encounter and more massive the planet, the greater the energy exchange.
- In 104 BC, Emperor Wu built the luxurious Jianzhang Palace (建章宮) — a massive structure that was intended to make him closer to the gods.
- Andromeda, also known as Messier Object 31 or M31, is about 200 thousand light-years across and about 1.5 times more massive than the Milky Way.
- The Andromeda galaxy is the most massive in the local group of galaxies that includes our Milky Way.
- Recent evidence indicates that Omega Centauri is by far the most massive of the about 150 known globular clusters in the Milky Way.
- At the center of spiral galaxy M81 is a supermassive black hole about 70 million times more massive than our sun.
- Many scientists now believe that a black hole, the remains of a massive star, lies at the center of many galaxies.
- M33 is unusual among spiral galaxies in that it does not seem to have a massive black hole at the center.
- Lanarkite (n.) A mineral consisting of sulphate of lead, occurring either massive or in long slender prisms, of a greenish white or gray color.
- A mineral may show good crystal habit or form, or it may be massive, granular or compact with only microscopically visible crystals.
- Typically found as massive, earthy, porous to compact, powdery aggregates and encrustations of very small to microscopic crystals.
- Commonly fibrous, compact, massive.
- Finally, the machinery of the state was used to kill massive numbers of Jews and others in extermination camps.
- Massive deportations (or Aktions) had been held in the ghetto from July to September 1942, emptying the ghetto of the majority of Jews imprisoned there.
- There were Nazi -inspired pogroms in Algeria in the 1930s, and massive attacks on the Jews in Iraq and Libya in the 1940s (see Farhud).
- More massive stars become supergiants and end their lives, after exploding in a supernova, as either a neutron star or a black hole.
- If successful, such a blood substitute could save many lives, particularly in trauma where massive blood loss results.
- Another important use of the neutrino is in the observation of supernovae, the explosions that end the lives of highly massive stars.
- It is a spiral galaxy like the Milky Way but is 4 times as massive and is 2 million light years away.
- The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy, with the youngest and most massive stars collected in arms that curl around the galactic center.
- The central bulge of spiral galaxy contains older, redder stars and often also contains a invisible, massive black hole.
- That would make the electron seventeen orders of magnitude more massive than it is, and similarly for lots of other particles that we know and love.
- In this case, '-27' is larger than '-31' and therefore the proton is four orders of magnitude more massive than the election.
- CHICAGO (ELCA) -- A massive earthquake, with a magnitude of 8.8 on the Richter scale, struck central Chile in the early morning hours Feb.
- If the clots are massive, the patient may get into shock and become unconscious or may even die.
- Patients can lose massive amounts of blood in a short time, causing extremely low blood pressure and shock.
- There are no secrets, magic formulas or killer techniques that will "shock" your chest into massive growth.
- From the magnitude of deflection, it was clear that alpha particles were much more massive than beta particles.
- The pillar's convoluted outlines are shaped by the winds and radiation of Carina's young, hot, massive stars.
- Astronomers believe that it contains a massive black hole, a space with a gravitational field so intense that no matter or radiation can escape.
- Radiation from the massive star at the center of the nebula is making the gas in the jet glow, just as it causes the rest of the nebula to glow.
- In the case of the `gas giant' planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, the rocky cores were massive enough to also attract some of the gas.
- Jupiter is more than twice as massive as all the other planets combined (the mass of Jupiter is 318 times that of Earth).
- Jupiter is the most massive planet in our solar system, and it has a nearly circular orbit.
- The sun is more massive than the moon, but the sun is farther from the earth.
- In a rotating system, L 1 is a bit farther from the (less massive) Moon and closer to the (more massive) Earth than it would be in a non-rotating system.
- The Moon is much less massive than the Sun, but it is also much closer.
- Neutron stars are compact objects that are created in the cores of massive stars during supernova explosions.
- Massive stars undergo a violent death when the supply of nuclear fuel in their cores is exhausted, resulting in a catastrophic "core-collapse" supernova.
- The transformation of metals into gold, something once dreamed of by alchemists, is a process commonly occurring in the cores of massive stars.
- The findings support the "collapsar" model, in which the core of a star 15 times more massive than the sun collapses into a black hole.
- The more massive the star, the greater its luminosity, and the more rapidly it expends the hydrogen fuel in its core.
- When the massive stars in the cluster are sped up by this process, it reduces the contraction at the core and limits core collapse.
- The lightest nucleus, that of hydrogen, is 1,836 times more massive than an electron, while heavy nuclei are nearly 500,000 times more massive.
- Ultraviolet radiation from newly born, massive stars is ionising the gas in these clouds, causing the great regions of hydrogen to glow red.
- Stars form from massive clouds of hydrogen gas.
- Since the alpha particles were positively charged, and 7000 times more massive than an electron, they would brush right by electrons unaffected.
- The atom consists of a small, massive, positively charged core (nucleus) surrounded by electrons (see Atom).
- Only upper limits to the masses of neutrinos are known, but tauons are more massive than muons, which in turn are more massive than electrons.
- Gravitational Lens: A massive object which causes light to bend and focus.
- General relativity predicts that the path of light is bent in a gravitational field; light passing a massive body is deflected towards that body.
- A black hole is an object both so massive and so compact that not even light itself can escape its staggering gravity.
- While our galaxy is considered to be massive at a diameter of about 100,000 light-years, M31 is some 220,000 light-years across.
- Fomalhaut is located about 25 light years away from our sun, is estimated to be 2.3 times as massive as the sun and about 1.7 times the diameter.
- The largest asteroid, Ceres, about 600 miles in diameter, is only about as massive as our hypothetical chunk of Earth above.
- Earth is massive, but not as massive or as dense as a lot of objects in the universe.
- Because most stars in the universe are small red dwarfs that are less massive than the sun, this translates to about a trillion stars.
- The clumpiness of the gas is determined by, among other things, the constituents of the universe, including dark matter, dark energy, and massive neutrinos.
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