sublight

sublight

A small sash or light (usually fixed) at the bottom of a window.
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Black holes transport people across the vast distances of space and allow us to ignore the trickiness of sublight travel and the social consequences of our desire to reach across the stars.
Only the sublight velocity [v.sup.i] and the relativistic mass m are used for mass-bearing particles, instead of the observable velocity of light [c.sup.i] and the frequency m of the photon.
and a 40 W sublight that allows for operators to continue to close up the tower for transport while the main light is cooling.
Vitamin D, available in sublight, is a natural carrier for calcium.
Sublight submission of the project - until October 04 (inclusive).
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