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binaries

binaries

Executable programs in machine language. See bin and bin file.
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When the astronomers discovered that there were more binaries the farther from the core they observed, they were initially baffled by this unexpected result.
The more binaries form within the same space (higher density groups), the more interaction will take place between them and the more binary systems will be split up into single stars.
Rather, I want to emphasize how difficult it is not to reimpose the very binaries we seek to escape.
Cook suggests that the smaller members of some asteroid binaries disintegrated in Venus' thick atmosphere instead of striking the surface.
Clustered in the gaseous stellar nursery, these binaries collide wildly.
In the last three minutes before coalescence, spiraling binaries would generate gravitational waves that rapidly sweep upward in frequency from 10 hertz to 1,000 hertz, producing a distinctive "chirping" signal.
Application developers, who wish to create and commercially distribute new application source or binaries, modify Trolltech applications and commercially distribute source or binary code can purchase Greenphone SDK Light at USD 890 plus tax, shipping and handling.
Based on recent observations, he estimates the Milky Way contains 3,000 to 5,000 binaries that harbor black holes.
But unlike X-ray binaries, the companion is another neutron star, orbiting close to its partner.
BINACHIP automates the translation of software assembly and binaries onto mixed hardware/software platforms, thereby reducing design times from months to days.
While many astronomers believe that low-mass X-ray binaries give birth to millisecond pulsars, researchers have found far fewer of these binaries than pulsars in clusters.