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eject

[ē′jekt]
(computer science)
To move the printing mechanism to the top of the following page, skipping the remainder of the current page.
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Additionally, a head support panel has been mounted on the rear risers of the parachute to prevent the pilots head from moving backwards during an ejection.
The researchers suggest that if both coronal mass ejections and coronal jets have the same source, this process can be considered "a universal model for solar eruptions.
Coronal mass ejections release huge quantities of matter and electromagnetic radiation into space above the sun's surface, either near the corona (sometimes called a solar prominence), or farther into the planet system, or beyond (interplanetary CME).
Coronal mass ejections are explosive events in which billions of tonnes of solar plasma are thrown into space.
When directed toward our planet, these ejections can be breathtakingly beautiful and yet potentially cause damaging effects worldwide.
Now, for the first time, scientists have been able to follow coronal mass ejections from inside the sun's atmosphere all the way to Earth's orbit.
Lugo's fourth-inning ejection was merely the precursor to what happened shortly thereafter.
Coronal mass ejections strong enough to cause such damage happen only about twice a year, DeForest says.
The predicted ejections of triangular, box, and hexagonal molds appear higher than the experimental values.
Coronal mass ejections (CMEs), in which the sun spews huge magnetic clouds, erupt several times a day.
Coronal mass ejections originate much higher in the Sun's atmosphere and, because they are faint, are much harder to observe.