blue flash

blue flash

[′blü ‚flash]
(astronomy)
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Buzzers fished under a strike indicator and blue flash damsel nymphs on a long leader have caught most fish but also worth a try is an orange blob fly or cat's whisker lure.
Tomorrow I'll go looking for the bright blue flash by the river
The Clifden Nonpareil, first recorded in Clifden, Buckinghamshire, boasts a striking blue flash on its wings.
He may be wearing glasses with a thin gold rim, a navy blue fleece, beige-coloured jeans and trainers with a blue flash.
This time Venus showed a blue flash when it disappeared behind the Chase Manhattan building at 8:33 p.
Perfect for snow sports, hiking, mountain climbing, biking, or any other outdoor activity, the Slipstream is available in two formats: True Neutral Smoke (TNS) lens with a Gun Flash or a Bold Blue Flash mirror coating.
Just after engine shutdown during recovery operations on a B-2A aircraft, Airman Timmons was retrieving equipment from the crew entry way when he noticed a bright blue flash from within the aircraft's crew compartment.
AS A BLUE FLASH APPEARS ACROSS THE EVENING sky, Antonio Marcal dos Santos comes running through his backyard yelling, "Here he comes.
Sentman of the University of Alaska in Fairbanks and his colleagues had spent the last few summers in the United States studying sprites and a rarer type of blue flash above thunderstorms in the Midwest.
Paul Barnfield used a yellow egg fly to reach the 10 fish catch and release limit while John Burton hooked his 10 on a blue flash damsel nymph.
Mark added: "He said he came in the house, lit a cigarette and all he could remember was a blue flash.
Each of these mirrored sentinels waits to witness a dim blue flash - leftover energy from some of the most violent collisons in our galaxy and beyond.