'The gas expanded and blew off
the lid of the drum and gave off huge clouds of smoke and vapour, which turned out to be carbon dioxide, with some chlorine, which gave off a faint odour.'
Citing an initial report, Terre said the right tire of the plane blew off
upon landing around 2:42 p.m., which caused the plane to swerve near an access road.
But Charlotte told friends, 'My L-plates blew off
in the wind.' Charlotte, 20, was seen taking rugby star boyfriend Gavin Henson for a spin in her Mini-Cooper in the spring sunshine.
A factory roof also blew off
in Darwin Street, Highgate.
At that epoch, says Heap, the star had evolved into a puffed-up object called a red giant, which eventually blew off
its outer envelope of gas and dust, creating the nebula.
"Two explosive charges blew off
early today (Thursday) close to al-Sadr Public hospital early on Thursday, killing and wounding a number of civilians," the security source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
At first, the supernovas "blew off
the caps" of the galaxy; later explosions have created a "galactic wind" that keeps blowing gas out of the galaxy, Tully says.
"Two booby-trapped cars blew off
early today (Thursday) in Kazimiya district, northwest of Baghdad, killing a civilian and wounding 11 others, as a preliminary result," the security source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Moreover, at the end of last April, a supernova blew off
in thegalaxy Centaurus A.
"An explosive charge blew off
against a police patrol in Hawija township, 65 km to the southwest of Kirkuk, killing 2 of its elements," Lt-Brigadier Sarhad Qader told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
The neutron star descended into the atmosphere of the red giant, and as it orbited there, it triggered an energy release that eventually blew off
the outer layers of the red giant, leaving behind the tiny white dwarf.