blue edge

blue edge

[′blü ′ej]
(astronomy)
The curve on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram given by the maximum temperature, as a function of luminosity, at which a star of specified composition is unstable against small-amplitude pulsations.
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Design contest:The Blue Edge - contest - urban and climate adaptation, Svendborg Harbor.
He is also the co-founder of Blue Edge Capital LLC.
Staring out of the window, watching the blue edge of the horizon fade into the blackness of space, a flight can be a necessary time for reflection, one of the rare times when we are awake but not distracted from the chance to sit and think.
dark blue edge of the wave's skirt ran up to the sky gasping
Although the song is about the possibility of what Christmas means, it still has a classic Deacon Blue edge so our fans will know that it's us.
More recently, after being approached by NSWNMA, the Ministry agreed to provide a variation in the uniform for ENs so that they will be instantly recognisable by a light blue edge on their sleeves.
Troll a spread from surface to mid-depths from 40 feet to the inside of the blue edge, which can be found from as little as a mile offshore south of Jupiter to 10 miles out farther north.
With reduction of community noise as the focus, Francois Toulmay introduced two noise-oriented innovations from Bluecopter(R) - Blue pulse controls and Blue edge blades.
Dinnerware pieces are solid-colored with a robin's egg blue edge treatmen.
The bouquet was hand tied with a white linen Italian handkerchief embroidered with a soft blue edge, given to the bride by her mother.
Local steel band Steel Quake played and the main stage hosted performances from Northumberland Fayre, The Alnwick Pipers, Blue Edge, Three Times Sublime and Plain and Dirty.
Cadet--a lustrous metallic gunmetal with a cold blue edge.