cosmic light

cosmic light

[′käz·mik ′līt]
(astronomy)
The contribution to the brightness of the night sky from all unresolved extragalactic sources.
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IAAA aims to focus on the importance of Cosmic Light, reaching beyond life on Earth.
People from across the world posted photos of the celestial event on social networking sites showing the spectacular cosmic light show with shooting stars.
The Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope (UVOT) is the only one of the three telescopes on Swift that captures cosmic light at energies at and just beyond those that can be seen by the human eye.
Let this march be a precursor to freedom through love and understanding by bringing all people together in the cosmic light, as brothers and sisters and as children of the creator, showing the world that all people want peace in Israel and Palestine.
There, they'll be able to see the annual Perseid meteor shower, a cosmic light show of epic proportions.
Stunned skywatchers saw the cosmic light show at around 9.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- In a dazzling display of cosmic light, Periodic Comet Holmes (17P/Holmes), a faint comet far from the sun, burst onto the scene, brightening by nearly a million times in just a few hours.
You surely remember him: He was the big-eyed icon of a transcendent tomorrow, the trans-evolutionary infant who appears at the end of Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), after the big cosmic light show.
And with insight into cosmic light, the bioenergy thesis expands.
We experienced only a cosmic light show and a roller coaster ride.
It's that time of year for the Perseid meteor shower in the northern skies, but a full moon will diminish the cosmic light show's peak tonight.
Then there are the Gottliebs, brother and sister of hippy parents, Cosmic Light and Serendipity, who are now named Mark and Ren.