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  • 101 Magnetospheric eternally collapsing object — Magnetospheric Eternally Collapsing Objects or MECOs are proposed alternatives to black holes advocated by Darryl Leiter and Stanley Robertson.[1] They are a variant of eternally collapsing objects or ECOs proposed by Abhas Mitra in 1998.[2]… …

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  • 102 Kleo The Misfit Unicorn — Infobox television show name = Kleo The Misfit Unicorn caption = Kleo The Winged Unicorn from ZaZma format = Animated series runtime = 30 minutes creator = Gordon Stanfield executive producer = Gordon Stanfield starring = Mickey Rooney Saffron… …

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  • 103 Type II supernova — The expanding remnant of SN 1987A, a Type II P supernova in the Large Magellanic Cloud. NASA image. A Type II supernova (plural: supernovae) results from the rapid collapse and violent explosion of a massive star. A star must have at least 9… …

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  • 104 Dark star (dark matter) — This article is about star like objects heated by dark matter annihilation. For the astronomical objects described by Newtonian mechanics, see dark star (Newtonian mechanics). For the black hole like objects based on dark energy, see dark energy… …

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  • 105 Creaming (food) — Butter being creamed by electric beaters. This article is about cooking. For other uses of the word creaming, see creaming (disambiguation). Creaming is used to refer to several different culinary processes. Contents …

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  • 106 Weightlessness — Zero gravity redirects here. For other uses, see Zero gravity (disambiguation). Zero G redirects here. For other uses, see Zero G (disambiguation). 0G redirects here. For other uses, see 0G (disambiguation). Weightlessness (or zero g) is the… …

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  • 107 Mercury-manganese star — A mercury manganese star is a type of chemically peculiar star with a prominent spectral line at 398.4 nm, due to absorption from ionized mercury.[1] These stars are of spectral type B8 or B9, with two distinctive characteristics: An atmospheric… …

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  • 108 Am star — An Am star or metallic line star is a type of chemically peculiar star of spectral type A whose spectrum has strong and often variable absorption lines of metals such as zinc, strontium, zirconium, and barium, and deficiencies of others, such as… …

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  • 109 Дождь — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Дождь (значения). Дождь Дожди  атмосферные осадки, выпадающие из облаков в виде капель ж …

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  • 110 advanced ceramics — ▪ ceramics Introduction       substances and processes used in the development and manufacture of ceramic materials that exhibit special properties.       As is pointed out in the article ceramic composition and properties, ceramics are… …

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  • 111 Wolf–Rayet star — Hubble Space Telescope image of nebula M1 67 around Wolf–Rayet star WR 124 Wolf–Rayet stars (often referred to as WR stars) are evolved, massive stars (over 20 solar masses initially), which are losing mass rapidly by means of a very strong… …

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  • 112 Color–color diagram — In astronomy, color–color diagrams are a means of comparing the apparent magnitudes of stars at different wavelengths. Astronomers typically observe at narrow bands around certain wavelengths, and objects observed will have different brightnesses …

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  • 113 Hertzsprung–Russell diagram — Hertzsprung–Russell diagram[1] with 22,000 stars plotted from the Hipparcos catalog and 1,000 from the Gliese catalog of nearby stars. Stars tend to fall only into certain regions of the diagram. The most predominant is the diagonal, going from… …

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  • 114 Dark-energy star — A dark energy star is a hypothetical compact astrophysical object, which a minority of physicists feel might constitute an alternative explanation for observations of astronomical black hole candidates. Dark energy is invisible to the human eye;… …

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  • 115 Dark star (Newtonian mechanics) — This article is about astronomical objects described by Newtonian mechanics. For the modern concept based on dark matter, see dark star (dark matter). For the modern concept based on dark energy, see dark energy star. A dark star is a theoretical …

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  • 116 List of proper names of stars — This is a list of proper names for stars, mostly derived from Arabic and Latin. See also the list of stars by constellation, which gives variant names, derivations, and magnitudes. Of the roughly 10,000 stars visible to the naked eye, only few… …

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  • 117 North polar sequence — The North polar sequence is a group of 96 stars that was used to define stellar magnitudes and colors. The cluster of stars lies within two degrees of the Northern Celestial pole, which makes them visible to everyone on the northern hemisphere.… …

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  • 118 O-type main-sequence star — Hertzsprung–Russell Diagram Spectral Type Bro …

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  • 119 K-type main-sequence star — Hertzsprung–Russell Diagram Spectral Type Br …

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  • 120 Oxygen-burning process — The oxygen burning process is a set of nuclear fusion reactions that take place in massive stars that have used up the lighter elements in their cores. It occurs at temperatures around 1.5×109 K / 130 keV and densities of 1010 kg/m3. The… …

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