When using the approach on the L5 point, the researchers found exactly what they were looking for - a diffuse cloud
of tiny particles.
It's a diffuse cloud
where stars are forming at a fast pace and where there are a lot of globulettes, some smaller than the mass of Jupiter.
The supernova remnants are embedded inside a huge, diffuse cloud
of charged particles, or plasma, which absorbs radio waves from these sources.
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To attract international investment, Europe must become a "constellation of excellent research stars," not a "diffuse cloud
of dull mediocrity".
I heard the voices of Sasha (2) and Serge as they entered the room; I saw in a diffuse cloud
of shapes someone lifting what looked like a baseball bat and place it on my naked shins.
Outside this layer a more diffuse cloud
of ions assembles to balance the charge.
As a result, once a rubidium atoms absorbs a photon, it swells up to such a size that no other atom in the diffuse cloud
can accept any more photons.
Despite the star's glare, this diffuse cloud
appears noticeably elongated.
They will tug on the Oort cloud, a diffuse cloud
of icy objects around the solar system thought to be a reservoir of comets.
"It's primarily between 3,300 and 4,300 feet [below the surface] as a very diffuse cloud
that is in concentrations that diminish as you go away from the wellhead," she said.
In my 10-inch at 116x the diffuse cloud
appears bright along its northern edge near the two stars, but fades quickly along the fanlike southern portion.