The projection bubble bursts, and we lose part of ourselves.
The light bursts thus turned into X-ray bursts.
The bursts of radio waves come from three distinct areas around Jupiter.
This week, meanwhile, there are large bursts of un-seasonally cold air over Alaska and Siberia once again.
This does not, in itself, require particularly short bursts of light.
Through CGRO’s instruments, the gamma-ray bursts were seen to be scattered evenly throughout the sky.
I look for forceful bursts and visible clouds of steam while ironing—the bigger the puff, the better the iron.
American football is played with bursts of energy, and teamwork during those bursts is essential.
It was realized that momentary random “bursts” of gamma radiation wash across the solar system from sources beyond.
A current flowing across a membrane often appears on a recording instrument as a series of bursts of various heights.
Since 1973, they have detected thousands of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs)—flashes of the most intense kind of radiation—all over the sky.
In this case of the Dream Blanket, tiny droplets of CBD isolate are encapsulated in a coating that bursts with heat caused by friction.
These energy bursts are extremely powerful because they focus their energy into a narrow beam lasting no longer than seconds or minutes.
These pulsars have periods of more than five seconds, sometimes give off bursts of X-rays, and are often associated with supernova remnants.
“You’re more effective when you work in short bursts and you take a bit of movement between the short bursts of activity,” says Shane.
But already, the orbiter discovered something new: The sun's surface is covered in miniature solar flares — bursts of radiation that make the largest explosions in our solar system.
“These precisely localised fast radio bursts came from the outskirts of their home galaxies, removing the possibility that they have anything to do with supermassive black holes,” said Dr.
Using lots of small computers together could provide these power-bursts more cheaply, since a company would not need to leave an expensive piece of “big iron” lying around unused for much of its life.
Bumptious bursts of comedy (as in performances by Victor French, as a feeble sheriff, and Rachel Roberts, as a madam) mask the absurdity of the cowboys’ roiling, rowdy, and ultimately self-destructive bursts of violence.
The coordinated heartbeat rhythm is produced by heart excitor motor neurons, which show rhythmic activity in which bursts of action potentials alternate with bursts of inhibitory synaptic potentials derived from rhythmically firing inhibitory interneurons.
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