brennschluss


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brennschluss

[′bren‚shlu̇s]
(aerospace engineering)
The cessation of burning in a rocket, resulting from consumption of the propellants, from deliberate shutoff, or from other cause.
The time at which this cessation occurs.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As such it is an "enemy of color," a curtailment of the chromatic plurality of the real.(28) At this moment of asymptotic approach to the reality beyond representation, the moment of "Brennschluss" or burnout at the apex of the rocket's parabolic path, the text symptomatically turns to tautology as a stylistic means of representing this real.