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intergalactic

[¦in·tər·gə′lak·tik]
(astronomy)
Pertaining to the space between the galaxies.
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New for this year at Wonderwest World is a state-of-the-art pounds 100,000 intergalactic space flume-the first of its kind in Scotland.
This also could mean that there are an enormous number of black holes wandering around in intergalactic space, playing an invisible game of cosmic billiards.
Each interaction tends to cause the black hole binary to shrink, while the whole binary simultaneously gets a forward kick, which is usually strong enough to throw the binary right out of the cluster into intergalactic space.
This gas might rain back down, or it might escape into intergalactic space, where other galaxies can sweep it up.
Star-forming factories throughout the galaxy can get shut down as gases are flung into intergalactic space.
The crew of an intergalactic space tug intercept an SOS call from an alien planetoid but when they check it out one of them is attacked by an organism that attaches to his face.
They found that the fraction of ionizing photons escaping into intergalactic space was 50 percent in small galaxies (more than 10 million solar masses).
He said that a leading theory is that rivers of hydrogen - known as cold flows - may be ferrying hydrogen through intergalactic space, clandestinely fueling star formation.
Throughout the night the screen beamed images, from Hamlet to an intergalactic space journey.
The colorful invaders are the fearless flyers from "The Zula Patrol," a popular PBS television show that serves up science lessons disguised as intergalactic space adventures.
99) you can re-live all 150 HOURS of intergalactic space station adventures.