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QSO

Abbrev. for quasi-stellar object. See quasar.

QSO

(astronomy)
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Caption: DOUBLE VISION Astronomers observing QSO 0957+561, or the Twin Quasar, were suspicious of the two objects' similarity.
Communication was established with a human resources team member for the QSO with a request for further information and a draft copy of the 'Section Performance Development Plan' was provided.
The QSO Choir was well rehearsed by director David Rompre, especially in its powerful Act II scene of the Furies.
Finally, the QSO was used to evaluate this culturally-enriched educational game learning for the experimental group.
A Far-away Leap "An apparent supernova has been observed in the luminous 'fuzz' surrounding the quasar QSO 1059 + 730, which lies near the Draco-Ursa Major boundary.
It was the first time the QSO had been awarded to a nurse for services to nursing, she said.
Youngstown, Ohio, to make and sell the Glycon QSO (quick-shutoff) non-return valve.
In a new report, David Tytler, Xiao-Ming Fan, and Scott Burles of the University of California, San Diego measured deuterium abundance by observing light from the quasar QSO 1937-1009.
This feature is useful to those companies interested in meeting ISO 9000 / QSO 9000 certification.
Other members of the committee are: Hon Sir Bruce Robertson (Chair), Geoff Clews, Simon Hassan, Peter Houghton and David Macdonald QSO.
Church, Wythenshawe Manchester, on 12 October, which celebrated the life and achievements of Lord Alfred Morris of Manchester AO QSO, the architect of the 1970 Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act and the world's first minister for the disabled, who very sadly passed away on the 15th August.