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globule

Astronomy a small dark nebula thought to be a site of star formation

globule

[′gläb·yəl]
(astronomy)
A black volume of cosmic dust viewed against the brighter background of bright nebulae.
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Including a progressive lightweight plan, the new Best LED globules are making their presentation at Myledlite.
The original structures rapidly evolve from rosette shape (EMS) or elongated rosettes (ECAP); it is possible to observe that the globule size is severely deformed and the small dendritic branches evolved into a deformed and elongate rosette shape.
There are two main types of stroke ischaemic strokes are caused by a blockage in a blood vessel to the brain, either a blood clot, air bubble or fat globule, and a haemorrhagic stroke happens when a blood vessel bursts in or on the surface of the brain.
For those who haven't seen his demonstration, astro-tears collect in an expanding globule where they emerge from the eye.
The topics include dairy protein powders, dairy ingredients containing milk fat globule membrane, biofunctional dairy protein fractions, chromatographic separation technologies for isolating dairy ingredients, non-thermal techniques in dairy processing, spray-dried dairy-based emulsions for delivering bioactives, probiotics and prebiotics, and marketing acceptance of dairy ingredients.
However, in the January issue (page 54) she described the keyhole in NGC 1999 as a Bok globule, and recent scientific reports suggest that there's actually nothing in the keyhole.
Christopher Herbert discovered the globule when clearing out a cupboard, and found it amusing that the shape resembled a face.
Rockfish are viviparous and the oil globule size of larvae at parturition has been shown to have direct effects on time until starvation and growth rate.
The Government of Pakistan takes pride in being the largest contributor of peace keepers around the World and reaffirms its resolve to uphold all its commitments in ensuring globule peace.
Clemens [3] found that practically all Bok globules they observed through CO spectroscopy resulted associated with IR emission, so they could affirm that "almost every Bok globule harbours a young star".
When starting with normally grain refined melt, the process provides globule sizes of [+ or -] 75 microns.