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dark star

[¦därk ¦stär]
(astronomy)
A star that is not visible but is a part of a binary star system; in particular, a star which causes, in an eclipsing variable, a primary eclipse.
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This flight demonstrated the ability to update the preplanned mission while the DarkStar was in flight, another operationally significant feature.
The shortlist for the tourism and leisure entrepreneur of the year is Glenn Turner, of the North West National Golf & Country Club, Lynn and Mustafa Ben-Yousef, of Darkstar Laser, and Ian Jones, of the Griffin Inn.
This Could Be The Day is a catchy bit of pop and Darkstar upbeat but the epic nine minutes of My Father's Coat feels a bit over-blown.
These digital environments will be built on Sun's Project Wonderland, an open-source toolkit for creating collaborative 3D virtual worlds and on Sun's Project Darkstar platform.
Some of Armin's many aliases include Armania, Amsterdance, Darkstar, E=mc?
Dubbed Polecat and looking something like a B-2 stealth bomber and something like the DarkStar spyplane that Lockheed Martin built in the 1990s, the new airplane is 90 percent composite materials, rather than metal.
Since the rules of engagement (ROE) specifically prohibit destroying Y, you make sure the tape is on before authenticating Darkstar and making him repeat the order.
He also runs his own film company called Darkstar which names him as director and his wife Sophie as secretary.
Darkstar Brewery won a gold for its IPA (made with Challenger hops and East Kent Goldings); Harveys Armada Ale (Fuggles hops and a code-named TA200) won the dual variety category.
Seeing Darkstar at the convention center at home is cool, but following a show to another city is like being a groupie
Asian Dub Foundation, Johnny Marr, The Delgados, JJ72, Darkstar and The Crocketts.
The DarkStar is designed to penetrate and operate in the presence of high-threat air defense system.