galactic light

galactic light

[gə′lak·tik ′līt]
(astronomy)
The part of the illumination of the night sky that is due to light emitted from stars but diffused through interstellar space.
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In Angelic Reiki, the Angels, Galactic Light Beings, Spirit Guides, and Ascended Masters work through the practitioner to provide healing for the client.
The project charted one-third of the band of galactic light that encircles our solar system; the images above show a narrow slice toward the constellation Sagittarius.
Her public performances feature astronomical images in a sort of galactic light show.
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To pick out Lyman-alpha emission from the general background of galactic light, astronomers must use a filter that permits the passage of only a very narrow range of wavelengths.