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cosmic

1. of or relating to the whole universe
2. occurring or originating in outer space, esp as opposed to the vicinity of the earth, the solar system, or the local galaxy

cosmic

[′käz·mik]
(astronomy)
Pertaining to the cosmos, the vast extraterrestrial regions of the universe.
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As you know, I have worked publicly and privately regarding this subject for the last 45 years, in more than 30 countries, entertaining thousands of documents on the cosmic cultures.
html) a statement Thursday: "It's extremely rare for cosmic rays with energy greater than two joules to reach Earth; the rate of their arrival at the top of the atmosphere is only about one per square kilometer per year, the equivalent to one cosmic ray hitting an area the size of a soccer field about once per century.
Using the Cosmicflows-2 catalog of galaxies, Yehuda Hoffman (Hebrew University, Israel) and colleagues have mapped the motion of more than 8,000 galaxies and confirmed that two titan structures determine how local galaxies flow through the cosmic web: Shapley on one side and a single, as-yet uncharted void in the opposite direction.
The new Cosmic JS Community allows users to easily sign up for the Cosmic JS Slack Channel, follow and engage with social channels and resources such as GitHub, Twitter & Facebook.
Cosmic rays are produced by a variety of violent events in space.
The cosmic room investigation began in 2009 after the capture of two officers, Col.
A total of 12 additional COSMIC satellites are scheduled for launch in 2016 and 2018, giving hope to further enhancements in tropical cyclone research.
Professor Terry Sloan of the University of Lancaster and Professor Sir Arnold Wolfendale of the University of Durham compared global temperature records dating back to 1955 with fluctuations in cosmic ray activity--a proxy for solar activity.
In their attempt to quantify the effect that solar activity-whether directly or through osmic rays-may have had on global temperatures in the twentieth century, Sloan and Wolfendale compared data on the rate of cosmic rays entering the atmosphere, which can be used as a proxy for solar activity, with the record of global temperatures going back to 1955.
7 February 2013 - US electronic design innovation specialist Cadence Design Systems Inc (NASDAQ:CDNS) said on Thursday it had sealed a deal to buy Indian intellectual property (IP) cores provider Cosmic Circuits Private Limited.
Cosmic Strings would also be doing an online release of their album on Itunes and other big online music stores soon post their website based release of their album.
Wassall, from East Kilbride near Glasgow, suffered a stroke on the day one of his other horses, Cosmic Sun, whom he also bred, won at Ayr last September.