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Planets and dwarf planets of the Solar System.
^ "'Vejur's ship,' Kirk asked, 'who does it travel in toward the third planet of the solar system directly ahead?'
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^ Describes the structure of galaxies, the life cycles of stars, and the planets in Earth’s solar system.
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Sizes are to scale, but relative distances from the Sun are not.
.The Solar System[a] consists of the Sun and those celestial objects bound to it by gravity, all of which formed from the collapse of a giant molecular cloud approximately 4.6 billion years ago.^ And it was every bit as delicious as it had been all those years ago.

^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ Han Solo and Prince Isolder both worked as smugglers in the Chokan system years ago.
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.Of the retinue of objects that orbit the Sun, most of the mass is contained within eight relatively solitary planets whose orbits are almost circular and lie within a nearly-flat disc called the ecliptic plane.^ Teli is an emblem of the ecliptic plane in which the planets circle the Sun .

^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ Heliophysicist could certainly be the name for scientists studying the Sun, but most of the ones I know call themselves "Solar Physicists".
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.The four smaller inner planets, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars, also called the terrestrial planets, are primarily composed of rock and metal.^ "This lesson has students compare the landscapes of Mars and Earth and explore why the two planets are so different.
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^ "You're leaving the galaxy, going to a planet called Earth.
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^ The following interpretations of inner planet transits (also called "minor transits") to natal planets are brief and to the point, and from different sources.
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.The four outer planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, also called the gas giants, are composed largely of hydrogen and helium and are far more massive than the terrestrials.^ The storyline (so far) is more than impressive.

^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ Despite interesting comments about Egypian flexibility by General Yariv, temporarily called away from the Kilometer 101 talks, Kissinger may not have understood that the Israelis were far more fully briefed than he on the state of the military-to-military talks.
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.The Solar System is also home to two regions populated by smaller objects.^ Departing Onderon, the two Ketos traveled back to their home system armed with their new Sith knowledge as well as the guidance of a Dark Lord of the Sith.
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^ Dooku led a popular Separatist movement that gained increasing momentum, and in two short years, he had a following of several thousand solar systems.

^ The central orb of our solar system, the sun , of course, is the main celestial object associated with the Zodiac ...

.The asteroid belt, which lies between Mars and Jupiter, is similar to the terrestrial planets as it is composed mainly of rock and metal.^ The quiet, humid community of Plawal lies between steep cliffs of red-black rock and is run by Jevax, a Mluki who is Chief Person of Plawal.
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^ The system also contains a dangerous asteroid belt, formed billions of years ago by the collision of two planets.
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^ The music associated to the opening capture of the blockade runner is very similar to Mars , from Holst's The Planets .
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.Beyond Neptune's orbit lie trans-Neptunian objects composed mostly of ices such as water, ammonia and methane.^ Trans-Neptunian Objects .
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.Within these two regions, five individual objects, Ceres, Pluto, Haumea, Makemake and Eris, are recognized to be large enough to have been rounded by their own gravity, and are thus termed dwarf planets.^ UPDATE: Thanks to our own Scott & Jeff for clearing up who these two are.

^ These add up - if you get bruised twice in a round of Bringing Down the Pain, you'll have two penalty dice.

^ Pigmented BCC consists of large, round or oval tumor islands containing large amounts of melanin within melanocytes and melanophages.

.In addition to thousands of small bodies in those two regions, various other small body populations, such as comets, centaurs and interplanetary dust, freely travel between regions.^ Between those two points.
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^ The job entails various tasks such as reporting, research, content creation and other like duties.

^ Those two days may mean the difference between the dark and light side of the Force!

.The solar wind, a flow of plasma from the Sun, creates a bubble in the interstellar medium known as the heliosphere, which extends out to the edge of the scattered disc.^ The solar wind is a plasma.
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^ Because the solar wind has such low density, it would not apply much pressure to the ISS even if it were out in interplanetary space.
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^ If the Sun emitted more electrons than protons in the solar wind, the Earth would be bombarded with these electrons and build up a negative charge.
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.The hypothetical Oort cloud, which acts as the source for long-period comets, may also exist at a distance roughly a thousand times further than the heliosphere.^ It may be diminished by our long perspective, but it did not go down the memory hole, at all, at the time.
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^ I give people a very long leash and a long time to "get their act together" if things aren't going well.

^ Not only is the writing of good quality, but the book is about a thousand pages long, longer than Rowling's own work.
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.Six of the planets and three of the dwarf planets are orbited by natural satellites,[b] usually termed "moons" after Earth's Moon.^ The planet was orbited by a pair of moons.
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^ Basically, the settings are the Moon, an habitat orbiting the moon, an alien planet and a farm in one of the grains states.

^ Two large moons and thirteen other satellites orbited the planet, and the cloudcover was tinged with pink when viewed from the planet's surface.
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Each of the outer planets is encircled by planetary rings of dust and other particles.

Discovery and exploration

.For many thousands of years, humanity, with a few notable exceptions, did not recognize the existence of the Solar System.^ I have worked among these men this past generation and I have always known them to be, with only a few notable exceptions, truly outstanding military professionals.
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^ For many years she had been preparing to do exactly what she has done, with a thoroughness, a perfection of plans, and a vastness of provision in men, munitions, and supplies never before equaled or approached in human history.

^ The learner will read this article, complete with how they did it and what to look forward to in the next few years.
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.They believed the Earth to be stationary at the center of the universe and categorically different from the divine or ethereal objects that moved through the sky.^ Night after night patrols were dispatched through enemy barbed wire and land mines so thick that they seemed to blanket the earth.

^ Asp and Spiden could talk of their difference from the Sith is that they denounce the Rule of Two, but believe that through 'selective cloning' they can rule the galaxy by creating the perfect army.

^ The priority is to get students noticing and describing what objects in the sky look like at different times."
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.Although the Indian astronomer-mathematician Aryabhata and the Greek philosopher Aristarchus of Samos had speculated on a heliocentric reordering of the cosmos,[1] Nicolaus Copernicus was the first to develop a mathematically predictive heliocentric system.^ The Greek, Hipparchus, knew of the heliocentric ( sun -centered) astronomical system.

.His 17th-century successors, Galileo Galilei, Johannes Kepler and Isaac Newton, developed an understanding of physics which led to the gradual acceptance of the idea that the Earth moves around the Sun and that the planets are governed by the same physical laws that governed the Earth.^ A lot of character CGI fails because of a fundamental lack of understanding of physical principles like inertia and the fact that Big Things Appear To Move Slowly.
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^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ However, besides this there was little prior event to celebrate the actual grand cross alignment of the seven noble planets with earth, the sun, and even the moon.
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.In more recent times, improvements in the telescope and the use of unmanned spacecraft have enabled the investigation of geological phenomena such as mountains and craters, and seasonal meteorological phenomena such as clouds, dust storms and ice caps on the other planets.^ Professor Adrian Hall discovers that the polar ice caps are melting, drastically changing the planet's climate.
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^ By the time the battle ended on June 21, kamikazes had sunk at least 30 ships and damaged more than 350 others.

^ The Trade Federation ships are now having a more difficult time as the Separatist capital ships have unleashed multiple waves of fighters and the Trade Federation’s fighters are all busy on the planet below.
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Structure

The orbits of the bodies in the Solar System to scale (clockwise from top left)
.The principal component of the Solar System is the Sun, a main sequence G2 star that contains 99.86 percent of the system's known mass and dominates it gravitationally.^ The central orb of our solar system, the sun , of course, is the main celestial object associated with the Zodiac ...

^ There was a theory that the Sun was part of a binary star system (the second star was called Nemesis).
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^ It's used for convenience, because saying that a star is 4 solar masses (4 times the mass of our Sun) is easier to visualize than saying it has a mass of 8 x 10 30 kg.
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[2] .The Sun's four largest orbiting bodies, the gas giants, account for 99 percent of the remaining mass, with Jupiter and Saturn together comprising more than 90 percent.^ More powerful together than apart.
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^ Actually than 99.9 percent.
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^ More than half of Sun's global employee population use the Open Work program, which reduces costs to Sun and boosts employee productivity.
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[c]
.Most large objects in orbit around the Sun lie near the plane of Earth's orbit, known as the ecliptic.^ In the Draconic Chart the ecliptic plane of the Sun , the equatorial=20 plane of the Earth, and that of the Lunar orbit are all brought together.

^ NOTE: 1.3333333 is the speed of the sun per second in it's orbit around the galaxy.

^ In 2012, the electromagnetic ribbon connecting the poles of the sun around in a sphere to the poles of the black hole at galactic core will become visible as the sun and galactic core align from the perspective of earth.
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.The planets are very close to the ecliptic while comets and Kuiper belt objects are frequently at significantly greater angles to it.^ The Solar System consists of planets and their moons, stars (the sun), and other objects such as asteroids, meteors, and comets.
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[3][4]
.All the planets and most other objects also orbit with the Sun's rotation (counter-clockwise, as viewed from above the Sun's north pole).^ The planets rotate and circle the Sun.
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^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ There's a good description of why and other options for viewing the Sun at Eye Safety And Solar Eclipses .
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.There are exceptions, such as Halley's Comet.^ B e X 07:49, 7 July 2007 (UTC) I think it's a good idea in general, but that there should be exceptions, such as Captured Sunspears , Minions of Joko and Thralls .
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.Due to the vast distances involved, many representations of the Solar System show orbits the same distance apart.^ The sticker uses the same depiction of that which shows up on the posters of Candy that appear in Tommy's Ocean View apart- ment.
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^ ENCYCLOPEDIA ASTRONAUTICA http://www.astronautix.com/ A vast site with information on the solar system and space exploration.
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^ An industrial planet in the system of the same name, Fondor is famous for the huge starship construction facilities (among the largest in the galaxy) in its orbit.
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.In reality, with a few exceptions, the farther a planet or belt is from the Sun, the larger the distance between it and the previous orbit.^ A few video games (intended for ADULTS) push the boundaries, and people get up in arms without realizing that these games are exceptions to the rule rather than the rule itself.
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^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ One of the two has the Orion stars on the side of a box, with our sun and planets on the side of a smaller box inside the larger box.

.For example, Venus is approximately 0.33 astronomical units (AU)[d] farther out from the Sun than Mercury, while Saturn is 4.3 AU out from Jupiter, and Neptune lies 10.5 AU out from Uranus.^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ The best line of the book comes shortly after this, when Matt heads out farther into the sea than he ever has before.
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^ Better than I expected - when the sun came out, and they did Weather with You… Oh man.
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.Attempts have been made to determine a correlation between these orbital distances (for example, the Titius-Bode law),[5] but no such theory has been accepted.^ Attempt after attempt to cross was made by the regiments, but to no avail.

^ Abdullah made no attempt to march on Damascus, and perhaps never intended to do so .
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^ The ongoing one-upping between these two countries led to huge fleets being assembled with no other primary function, save for war.
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Kepler's laws of planetary motion describe the orbits of objects about the Sun. .According to Kepler's laws, each object travels along an ellipse with the Sun at one focus.^ Our route at first ran along the hills on the north bank of the river roughly parallel to the one we had travelled along on the other side last night.
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^ The neutral monist's objects, constructed according to the distal method, are only very distant relatives of the objects one originally wanted to know.
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.Objects closer to the Sun (with smaller semi-major axes) have shorter years.^ The Sun is a variable star, and its major cycle is the 11-year/22-year sunspot cycle.
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.On an elliptical orbit, a body's distance from the Sun varies over the course of its year.^ They say that the Sun would have been larger than the Earth's orbit far more recently than 5 billion years.
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^ The Sun is a variable star, and its major cycle is the 11-year/22-year sunspot cycle.
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^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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.A body's closest approach to the Sun is called its perihelion, while its most distant point from the Sun is called its aphelion.^ Heliophysicist could certainly be the name for scientists studying the Sun, but most of the ones I know call themselves "Solar Physicists".
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^ Then, as if in answer to his thoughts, the setting sun's light glinted redly off of a distant approaching starship, flying low through the atmosphere towards his home.
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^ This city of the body, where the sun of soul sank to its death on the cross of matter, to re-arise in a new birth, was called the city of the sun , ...

Each body moves fastest at its perihelion and slowest at its aphelion. .The orbits of the planets are nearly circular, but many comets, asteroids and Kuiper belt objects follow highly elliptical orbits.^ "The Earth orbits the Sun in a sort of cosmic shooting gallery, subject to impacts from comets and asteroids.
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^ To demonstrate a more appropriate level of Imperial resolve I have commanded all wings to follow the freighter through Hoth's asteroid belt.
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^ Grizmallt was one of many planets that surrendered to Admiral Ackbar and the Alliance fleet in the years following the Battle of Endor.
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.Most of the planets in the Solar System possess secondary systems of their own.^ Pruritus, previously considered an important systemic symptom, does not by itself have prognostic importance and is not sufficient on its own to classify a patient as possessing B-type symptoms.

^ The Balis-Baurgh system, naturally shielded from sensors by gas clouds and intense solar radiation, contains three planets, one of which can support life.
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^ Describes the structure of galaxies, the life cycles of stars, and the planets in Earth’s solar system.
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.Many are in turn orbited by planetary objects called natural satellites, or moons, some of which are larger than the planet Mercury.^ Some pioneers have ventured beyond the close-knit Met to the outer planets and moons too distant to be physically linked.
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^ The object was an electromagnetic torpedo, scarcely larger than a filterable virus and programmed to selfdestruct after it had done its work.
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^ This route has more twists and turns than some--use any shortcut you can get away with.
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.Most of the largest natural satellites are in synchronous rotation, with one face permanently turned toward their parent.^ One of the Slayers turns toward him.
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^ Anakin closed the gap between them and took one of her hands from behind, turning her gently to face him.
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^ TFE, SWLB ) Skrag Turn This was the name given to a section of the Agrilat Swamp Circuit, one of the most popular swoop racing courses of the New Order.
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.The four largest planets, the gas giants, also possess planetary rings, thin bands of tiny particles that orbit them in unison.^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ Echnos (also called Tinn VI-D) is one of six moons orbiting the gas giant Tinn VI, located in the Tinn system at the border to the Outer Rim.
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^ One of the two largest moons orbiting the planet Bespin.
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Terminology

.Informally, the Solar System is sometimes divided into separate regions.^ The English numbering system divides large numbers into groups of three digits, and so the names for such numbers follow this division (10,000 = ten thousand).
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^ But then she's murdered, plunging Flint into a mystery involving an enigmatic alien race - and the fate of the entire solar system.
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^ The beef quarters were boned and divided into their- major parts by following the natural separations between muscles, tissues, and bones.
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.The inner Solar System includes the four terrestrial planets and the main asteroid belt.^ A terrestrial planet of thick forests and mountains, Garos IV and its twin moons are located in the Garos system with its sister planet Sundari.
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^ ASTEROID MINING WEBQUEST http://www.the-solar-system.net/webquests/asteroid-mining-webquest.html A webquest on mining the asteroids for grades 9-12.
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^ AM Maybe in this new game they could have a realistic transport system, instead od including main parts of cities they should include everything.
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.The outer Solar System is beyond the asteroids, including the four gas giant planets.^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ Some pioneers have ventured beyond the close-knit Met to the outer planets and moons too distant to be physically linked.
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^ Indu San is the only habitable planet in the system of the same name of the Outer Rim.
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[6] .Since the discovery of the Kuiper belt, the outermost parts of the Solar System are considered a distinct region consisting of the objects beyond Neptune.^ LDH level now is considered part of the staging system for melanoma.

^ Even then, adjuvant chemotherapy after surgical resection is recommended, since SCLC always should be considered a systemic disease.

^ The expanded-name consisting of the local part of the name and the possibly null URI reference is used as the name of the object.
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[7]
.Dynamically and physically, objects orbiting the Sun are officially classed into three categories: planets, dwarf planets and small Solar System bodies.^ Much of the planet's surface was once covered with sand and small bodies of water, with hardy plants eking out niches by exuding acids through their roots to break down the rock and sand into essential elements.
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^ Centerpoint is believed to be a hyperspace repulsor, used in ancient times to transport the five Corellian planets into their current orbits from an unknown location.
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^ Dooku was in the process of officially creating the Confederacy of Independent Systems during a meeting on the planet Geonosis when Obi-Wan Kenobi discovered his plan.
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.A planet is any body in orbit around the Sun that has enough mass to form itself into a spherical shape and has cleared its immediate neighbourhood of all smaller objects.^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ Above all, I saw that the unity of the first weeks was an illusion, that the nation was split into classes, and that the industrial masses considered the Church as an unquestioned ally of the ruling groups.
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^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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.By this definition, the Solar System has eight known planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ Let's start with the Earth since most definitions like this start there and are extended by some logic to the new system, such as the Sun.
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^ Describes the structure of galaxies, the life cycles of stars, and the planets in Earth’s solar system.
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.Pluto does not fit this definition, as it has not cleared its orbit of surrounding Kuiper belt objects.^ The City and the Stars definitely fits this profile, but it does so in a fascinating way.
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[8] .A dwarf planet is a celestial body orbiting the Sun that is massive enough to be rounded by its own gravity but which has not cleared its neighbouring region of planetesimals and is not a satellite.^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ Our own sun's gravity is what is pulling it closer and faster along with X's own ...

[8] .By this definition, the Solar System has five known dwarf planets: Ceres, Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris.^ The Balis-Baurgh system, naturally shielded from sensors by gas clouds and intense solar radiation, contains three planets, one of which can support life.
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^ Describes the structure of galaxies, the life cycles of stars, and the planets in Earth’s solar system.
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^ One of the five inhabited worlds in the Corellian system, Drall is a pleasant, temperate planet with a lighter gravity than standard.
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[9] .Other objects may be classified in the future as dwarf planets, such as Sedna, Orcus, and Quaoar.^ Alia, a transcendent from the future, may hold the key to Michael’s—and the planet’s—redemption.
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^ Other presentations include emergencies such as peritonitis from perforation (3%) or jaundice, which may occur with liver metastases (less than 1%).

^ Today you work for NASA and will use information you gather from the Internet and/or other references to make decisions on how you will classify the planets ."
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[10] .Dwarf planets that orbit in the trans-Neptunian region are called "plutoids".[11] The remainder of the objects in orbit around the Sun are small Solar System bodies.^ In response to a taxation on trade routes, the greedy Trade Federation organizes a blockade of battleships around the small planet of Naboo.
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^ Chad (also called Chadra), a watery world orbiting the blue-white star of the same name, is the fourth planet in its system and the homeworld of the sociable, rodent-like Chadra-Fan.
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^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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[8]
.Planetary scientists use the terms gas, ice, and rock to describe the various classes of substances found throughout the Solar System.^ Boone tells Locke the etymology of redshirts, a term that will be used by fandom to describe expendables like Frogurt, Doug, and Arzt for years to come.
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^ If (and I'm using the term "if" in a purely hypothetical sense) if they were to orchestrate the datum stratum spasm of their tantrum so it was synchronized with the rhythm of the imperial selection "We Will Rock You"....
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^ You use the IMG Tool (see X.6) to replace the .dff and .txd files of the Trop- ic, then change the handling.cfg line for it as described in the carrierbeta- readme file.

[12] .Rock is used to describe compounds with high condensation temperatures or melting points that remained solid under almost all conditions in the protoplanetary nebula.^ Supporting that theory, using a Pay 'n' Spray in those situa- tions is the best way to add points to your CRiminal Rating (described below).
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^ We never see him in a lightsaber duel, we never see him use the Force for much at all, and his Force-Ghost is manifested under unusual (and potentially powered up) circumstances.
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^ Tags have been implimented for awhile over here at the pseudo(we are a brand you know…) and i figured i’d point you over to this article which describes the plugin i am using.
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[12] Rocky substances typically include silicates and metals such as iron and nickel.[13] .They are prevalent in the inner Solar System, forming most of the terrestrial planets and asteroids.^ They designed it to harness the power of the planet's inner core to carve the surface of the planet to their own design, hoping to create a paradise for themselves.
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^ A terrestrial planet of thick forests and mountains, Garos IV and its twin moons are located in the Garos system with its sister planet Sundari.
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^ After the defeat of the Naddists, they flee to the Empress Teta system and form the Krath sect.
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.Gases are materials with extremely low melting points and high vapor pressure such as molecular hydrogen, helium, and neon, which were always in the gaseous phase in the nebula.^ Because the solar wind has such low density, it would not apply much pressure to the ISS even if it were out in interplanetary space.
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^ Commenting on his observations, Humes heralds the school’s social and academic achievements, but also examines some unintended con-sequences of such a high-pressure learning environment.
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^ Visual FX Quality (Low/Medium/High/Very High) Changes the number and degree of effects used, such as shadows and how detailed they are.
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[12] .They dominate the middle region of the Solar System, comprising most of Jupiter and Saturn.^ They then create an updated children's astronomy text to reflect these potential revisions to the solar system."
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^ Privately, however, they will undoubtedly continue their maneuvers to protect the banking system at whatever point in the world it seems most vulnerable.
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^ "This investigation focuses on the part of the universe that is most familiar to students: the solar system.
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.Ices, like water, methane, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide,[13] have melting points up to a few hundred kelvins, while their phase depends on the ambient pressure and temperature.^ Despite their constant disputes -- like the time Artoo took Threepio's complaining of Hoth 's subzero temperature as an invitation to turn the heat up in Princess Leia's quarters, thus flooding her compartment with melted ice -- the two remained friends.

^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ The world is so hot at this point the face of the earth is melting off like those clocks in Salvador Dali’s art.

[12] .They can be found as ices, liquids, or gases in various places in the Solar System, while in the nebula they were either in the solid or gaseous phase.^ I found they were going to the same place.
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^ They then create an updated children's astronomy text to reflect these potential revisions to the solar system."
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^ Geo7877 05-13-2006, 04:11 PM But either way, I think they should go the two actor route for Solid and Liquid..
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[12] .Icy substances comprise the majority of the satellites of the giant planets, as well as most of Uranus and Neptune (the so-called "ice giants") and the numerous small objects that lie beyond Neptune's orbit.^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
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^ Fibrillary astrocytomas, the most frequent histological variant, resemble cells from the cerebral white matter and are composed of small, oval, well-differentiated cells.

^ Thanks and may God bless you and Mr. Lucas' families as well as all those on the small planet on which we all share!
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[13][14] Together, gases and ices are referred to as volatiles.[15]

Sun

.The Sun is the Solar System's star, and by far its chief component.^ The central orb of our solar system, the sun , of course, is the main celestial object associated with the Zodiac ...

^ There was a theory that the Sun was part of a binary star system (the second star was called Nemesis).
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^ It's used for convenience, because saying that a star is 4 solar masses (4 times the mass of our Sun) is easier to visualize than saying it has a mass of 8 x 10 30 kg.
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.Its large mass (332,900 Earth masses)[16] produces temperatures and densities in its core great enough to sustain nuclear fusion,[17] which releases enormous amounts of energy, mostly radiated into space as electromagnetic radiation, peaking in the 400–to–700 nm band we call visible light.^ To stay cool, the spacecraft has to radiate that energy back into space.
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^ "In this webquest, you will investigate the process of nuclear fusion explained by Einstein's famous equation E = MC 2 and learn how mass in the form of hydrogen atoms is converted to helium and causes a release of energy that makes stars shine.
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^ For a compression explosive lens, you need slower det speed TNT, with pockets of explosives that have an even slower shock wave to shape the compressive power right and to hold the mass compressed long enough to ensure enough chain reaction generations occur to achieve significant nuclear fission energy release.
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[18]
.The Sun is classified as a type G2 yellow dwarf, but this name is misleading as, compared to the majority of stars in our galaxy, the Sun is rather large and bright.^ The sun is our star.

^ Compared to other stars, is our Sun young or old?
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^ One of the two has the Orion stars on the side of a box, with our sun and planets on the side of a smaller box inside the larger box.

[19] Stars are classified by the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, a graph which plots the brightness of stars with their surface temperatures. Generally, hotter stars are brighter. .Stars following this pattern are said to be on the main sequence, and the Sun lies right in the middle of it.^ Last, When will the VII,VIII,IX icons go on Star Wars.com Thank You and Sorry for the stupid lying shit that I said.
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^ That being said, what do you guys think about a Star Wars Documentary that follows the lives of people who post on fan boards like this one?
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^ Star Wars Star Wars Logo Cross Stitch Pattern Sun, 13 Sep 2009 11:08:19 PDT .

.However, stars brighter and hotter than the Sun are rare, while substantially dimmer and cooler stars, known as red dwarfs, are common, making up 85 percent of the stars in the galaxy.^ Dave Castle SWG Friday Feature for 20-Aug The official Star Wars Galaxies website offers up another new Friday Feature today.

^ If the Sun emitted more electrons than protons in the solar wind, the Earth would be bombarded with these electrons and build up a negative charge.
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^ Yoda actually kicks Palpatine *!@ however, he knows when to give up and let the force make the descisions.
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[19][20]
.It is believed that the Sun's position on the main sequence puts it in the "prime of life" for a star, in that it has not yet exhausted its store of hydrogen for nuclear fusion.^ "In this webquest, you will investigate the process of nuclear fusion explained by Einstein's famous equation E = MC 2 and learn how mass in the form of hydrogen atoms is converted to helium and causes a release of energy that makes stars shine.
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^ Palpatine believed strongly that Anaking would switch over that he put his life in jeopardy so strongly.
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^ As said of the Adityas by Roth: "they are neither sun , nor moon, nor stars, nor dawn, but the eternal sustainers of this luminous life which exists as it ...

.The Sun is growing brighter; early in its history it was 70 percent as bright as it is today.^ The next morning is delightfully bright with the early rising sun .

^ Jungk BRIGHTER THAN A THOUSAND SUNS History of atomic bomb development.
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[21]
.The Sun is a population I star; it was born in the later stages of the universe's evolution, and thus contains more elements heavier than hydrogen and helium ("metals" in astronomical parlance) than older population II stars.^ That is more than a tenth of the population at the time.
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^ Older than she, and more restless.

^ I am older than the sith, older than the galaxy, older than the universe.

[22] .Elements heavier than hydrogen and helium were formed in the cores of ancient and exploding stars, so the first generation of stars had to die before the universe could be enriched with these atoms.^ Shouldn't two hydrogen atoms combine to form one helium atom?
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^ "In this webquest, you will investigate the process of nuclear fusion explained by Einstein's famous equation E = MC 2 and learn how mass in the form of hydrogen atoms is converted to helium and causes a release of energy that makes stars shine.
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^ The novelization features one of the first descriptions of the history of the Sith; it is the first Star Wars novel to mention the ancient Sith Lord Darth Bane, who would later become an important character in the franchise's "Expanded Universe" of novels and comic books.
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.The oldest stars contain few metals, while stars born later have more.^ He come back from the desert much later than she, and had not said more than a few words to her, although she sensed that he wanted to.

^ The two exceptions are that Hydras will shoot at him if he has four or more wanted stars and he's flying, and that if C.J. enters an interior with a wanted level, a few police will appear and attack.

^ The 1.29 patch is going to be released containing a whole new engine (Unity 2) and Cornered Rat Software is also adding a few more planes.
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This high metallicity is thought to have been crucial to the Sun's developing a planetary system, because planets form from accretion of "metals".[23]

Interplanetary medium

.Along with light, the Sun radiates a continuous stream of charged particles (a plasma) known as the solar wind.^ The solar wind is a plasma.
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^ Is there a net electrical charge on the solar wind?
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^ Heaven is the radiance of effulgent light, there is no need of the sun to shine, for the Lamb is the light thereof; home is the residence of essential ...

.This stream of particles spreads outwards at roughly 1.5 million kilometres per hour,[24] creating a tenuous atmosphere (the heliosphere) that permeates the Solar System out to at least 100 AU (see heliopause).^ I noticed that Sunspot 431 had quadrupled in size over the previous 24 hours, and had potential to become an X-class solar flare.
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^ I’m hoping Atlanta will be ready to pony up with an offer at least in the 13 million range for Smoltz… but we’ll have to see.
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^ At least The 4400 is still around, even though it runs only 13 or 14 hours per year.
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[25] This is known as the interplanetary medium. .Geomagnetic storms on the Sun's surface, such as solar flares and coronal mass ejections, disturb the heliosphere, creating space weather.^ Can I find similar data for geomagnetic and solar wind activity and coronal mass ejections?
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^ The normal solar wind doesn't have much effect on the Earth (it's deflected by the Earth's magnetic field), but bursts of plasma and magnetic field, called coronal mass ejections (CMEs) , that travel with the solar wind from active regions on the Sun, can cause "geomagnetic storms", which is what NOAA is trying to predict with ACE. See the NOAA (ACE Real-Time Solar Wind) page above for more about these.
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^ Because the solar wind has such low density, it would not apply much pressure to the ISS even if it were out in interplanetary space.
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[26] .The largest structure within the heliosphere is the heliospheric current sheet, a spiral form created by the actions of the Sun's rotating magnetic field on the interplanetary medium.^ Yes, both the Sun and the Earth reverse their magnetic fields.
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^ So it is electric currents moving through the plasma of the Sun and the molten rock of the Earth's interior that generate the magnetic fields.
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^ Maybe you will understand things better using the diagram at Windows to the Universe or going to the Cosmicopia page on the Sun's magnetic field .
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[27][28]
.Earth's magnetic field stops its atmosphere from being stripped away by the solar wind.^ Earth magnetic field disruptions but internally ...

^ This device was being developed to detect submarines by the change that they induced in the earth's magnetic field.
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^ Almost none would likely understand that this "coiling" and "uncoiling" actually does occur as the "winding up" of solar EM field lines.
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.Venus and Mars do not have magnetic fields, and as a result, the solar wind causes their atmospheres to gradually bleed away into space.^ The magnetic field associated with the solar wind also varies in amplitude and direction.
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^ The interaction of the solar wind on the Earth's magnetic field causes static electricity.
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^ Because the solar wind has such low density, it would not apply much pressure to the ISS even if it were out in interplanetary space.
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[29] .Coronal mass ejections and similar events blow magnetic field and huge quantities of material from the surface of the Sun.^ Yes, both the Sun and the Earth reverse their magnetic fields.
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^ So it is electric currents moving through the plasma of the Sun and the molten rock of the Earth's interior that generate the magnetic fields.
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ While it is true that coronal mass ejections and flares can have an effect on us here, there is no evidence of any such activity in the last few days.
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The interaction of this magnetic field and material with Earth's magnetic field funnels charged particles into the Earth's upper atmosphere, where its interactions create aurorae seen near the magnetic poles.^ They are diverted by the magnetic field and do not even reach the Earth's atmosphere.
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The magnetic pole draws the charged particles from the sun that create the ...

^ Earth magnetic field disruptions but internally ...

.Cosmic rays originate outside the Solar System.^ So, unless you're in space, a simple cosmic ray detector cannot measure solar wind.
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Solar wind particles are thousands of times less energetic than the cosmic rays that are measured by Earth-bound cosmic ray detectors.
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Do simple cosmic ray detectors and cloud chambers, such as those that can be built by "amateur" scientists, also detect particles from the solar wind that enter Earth's atmosphere?
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The heliosphere partially shields the Solar System, and planetary magnetic fields (for those planets that have them) also provide some protection.^ Star to party girl actress star trek planet system rial star trek animated series music star trek empires at war star tracking mount.
  • We Could Be Famous 16 September 2009 5:46 UTC elevz.xlx.pl [Source type: General]

^ Similarly, positive signs provide clues to the organ system affected by the neoplasms and, in some cases, can reveal the underlying primary site of origin.

^ The Earth's magnetic field and its atmosphere both give us a lot of shielding.
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The density of cosmic rays in the interstellar medium and the strength of the Sun's magnetic field change on very long timescales, so the level of cosmic radiation in the Solar System varies, though by how much is unknown.^ How much should I get for changing jobs?
  • Additional Articles and Advice - Experience.com 6 February 2010 11:14 UTC acn.experience.com [Source type: General]

^ Though this one is taking very long..
  • STAR WARS: EPISODE 7,8,9 Rumors True?!!! 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.dtheatre.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ None of us have changed very much.

[30]
.The interplanetary medium is home to at least two disc-like regions of cosmic dust.^ So the conclusion is that even if heaven and hell might be two separate regions, there'd be a lot of overlap, like a spectrum.
  • Wookiee Hut Blog 22 September 2009 21:41 UTC www.wookieehut.com [Source type: Original source]

^ When Allia was growing up, she had spoken two languages: English, like her friends, and at home a language Gamiel called, loosely translated, "Basic."
  • CJ FANFIC / Three of a Kind 11 October 2009 10:25 UTC www.clubjade.net [Source type: Original source]

^ I'm not expecting the level of the first two MI games or CMI, but it looks like it might provide a few laughs at the very least (doubly so for old fans).
  • Other Games. Playing, Getting & Tribute Thread [Archive] - Eidos Forums 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC forums.eidosgames.com [Source type: General]

.The first, the zodiacal dust cloud, lies in the inner Solar System and causes zodiacal light.^ The first such settlement, known as Tibannopolis, lies disused and crumbling several kilometers away from Cloud City.
  • Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds: The Clone CampaignsDatabank FAQ - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: Original source]

^ The central orb of our solar system, the sun , of course, is the main celestial object associated with the Zodiac ...

^ Further: "Wars are the worst cause of monetary convulsions, and the first condition for enjoying the benefits of an ordinary monetary system is to establish and maintain a reign of peace".
  • B.I.S. - ex-Nazi bank now the world central bank - The Bank for International Settlements, Basel, Switzerland 30 January 2010 3:52 UTC www.bilderberg.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.It was likely formed by collisions within the asteroid belt brought on by interactions with the planets.^ The moon looked like another nine minutes away from collision with its planet neighbor.
  • Knight of The Three Blades 2: Light or Dark, a Star Wars fanfic - FanFiction.Net 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.fanfiction.net [Source type: Original source]

^ For the most part, this sounds like a single player game with maybe city hubs being the only place to interact within.
  • Keen and Graev’s Gaming Blog » Blog Archive » What’s with this ‘Companion Character’ nonsense? 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.keenandgraev.com [Source type: General]

^ Geonosis' most notable feature is an asteroid field which forms a ring around the planet.
  • Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds: The Clone CampaignsDatabank FAQ - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: Original source]

[31] .The second extends from about 10 AU to about 40 AU, and was probably created by similar collisions within the Kuiper belt.^ About 10 seconds on google: .
  • Matthew Yglesias (October 17, 2007) - Defining World Wars Down (Foreign Policy) 24 January 2010 13:38 UTC matthewyglesias.theatlantic.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ It will probably be about 10 years before you see Star Wars on high-def DVD's.

^ Finally (after about 10 seconds), Anakin's engines ignite.
  • Star Wars - The Uber Phantom Menace - by Travers Jordan 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC swiftbow.com [Source type: Original source]

[32][33]

Inner Solar System

.The inner Solar System is the traditional name for the region comprising the terrestrial planets and asteroids.^ Describes the structure of galaxies, the life cycles of stars, and the planets in Earth’s solar system.
  • NLS: Cassette Books Catalog, 2005 16 September 2009 22:30 UTC www.loc.gov [Source type: General]

^ Under the leadership of a renegade Jedi named Count Dooku, thousands of solar systems threaten to secede from the Galactic Republic.
  • STAR WARS Episode III: News, Questions and General Talk [spoiler] [Archive] - Page 8 - The ComingSoon.net Boards 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC forums.comingsoon.net [Source type: General]

^ It was the fourth planet in the Kothlis System, had three small moons, and its gravity maintained a thin asteroid ring around it.
  • The Completely Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia - Version 11.3 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.cuswe.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[34] .Composed mainly of silicates and metals, the objects of the inner Solar System are relatively close to the Sun; the radius of this entire region is shorter than the distance between Jupiter and Saturn.^ The gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are big enough to hold on to all that gas and are made up of the same stuff the Sun is.
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Slip space is a folding of space between two points making the distance shorter.
  • HSP: Where Camp Currahee is a place on Onyx 12 September 2009 10:23 UTC halostory.bungie.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Two comets were close to the sun between Jan.

Inner planets

The inner planets. From left to right: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars (sizes to scale, interplanetary distances not)
.The four inner or terrestrial planets have dense, rocky compositions, few or no moons, and no ring systems.^ A terrestrial planet of thick forests and mountains, Garos IV and its twin moons are located in the Garos system with its sister planet Sundari.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Click to enlarge > Cassini's four-year tour of the Saturn system The left panel looks down upon the Saturn system from above Saturn's north pole, perpendicular to the rings.
  • Cassini’s Tour of the Saturn System - Explore the Cosmos | The Planetary Society 17 September 2009 14:47 UTC www.planetary.org [Source type: Academic]

^ Alderaan, which once shared the Alderaan system with its sister planet Delaya, was a beautiful, peaceful, moonless planet and one of the foremost worlds of the inner systems.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.They are composed largely of refractory minerals, such as the silicates which form their crusts and mantles, and metals such as iron and nickel, which form their cores.^ They formed a large part of von Richtoven’s 80 victims.
  • 20 Amazing Color Images of the First World War - Listverse 28 January 2010 1:11 UTC listverse.com [Source type: General]

^ Friedrich BLOOD AND IRON von Moltke family in Germany from Bismarck to Hitler, large 6"x 9" $5 Order Form .
  • TORPEDO JUNCTION Military Books - World War 1 - 2 Korean - Vietnam War Military Books 2 February 2010 10:24 UTC www.sonic.net [Source type: General]

^ As you can see the word of Yu is composed with the word ‘sun’ (日) and the word ‘stand’ Li (立), together they form the word of Yu (昱).
  • Wei Kingdom • Three Kingdoms Officer Names (Chinese/English) 25 September 2009 10:47 UTC kongming.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Three of the four inner planets (Venus, Earth and Mars) have atmospheres substantial enough to generate weather; all have impact craters and tectonic surface features such as rift valleys and volcanoes.^ Over the generations, Manikons evolved to move about on all-fours, but could stand upright when attacking their targets.
  • The Completely Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia - Version 11.3 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.cuswe.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The planet features dry, violent storms, frequent earthquakes and no indigenous lifeforms, though two colonies and a way station have been established on its surface.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Ships appeared to be pilotable on planet surface maps in the trailer, however this feature was removed from the final game with the exception of rebel speeders in the Hoth level.
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki 15 September 2009 5:32 UTC starwars.wikia.com [Source type: General]

The term inner planet should not be confused with inferior planet, which designates those planets which are closer to the Sun than Earth is (i.e. Mercury and Venus).

Mercury

.Mercury (0.4 AU from the Sun) is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest planet in the Solar System (0.055 Earth masses).^ However, besides this there was little prior event to celebrate the actual grand cross alignment of the seven noble planets with earth, the sun, and even the moon.
  • the Cult of Sleep and the neo-Sethians 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.scribd.com [Source type: Original source]

^ The solar constant is the amount of energy from the Sun at the distance of the Earth (outside the atmosphere).
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ If the Sun emitted more electrons than protons in the solar wind, the Earth would be bombarded with these electrons and build up a negative charge.
  • NASA's Cosmicopia -- Ask Us -- Sun 10 January 2010 18:10 UTC helios.gsfc.nasa.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Mercury has no natural satellites, and its only known geological features besides impact craters are lobed ridges or rupes, probably produced by a period of contraction early in its history.^ This early period of the war, prior to the spring of 1918, was a back-up period at all the warehouses, for supplies were produced faster than men were trained and transported to France.

^ The reptilian Trandoshans are known for their great strength and warlike natures, so it's no surprise that many of them take up careers as bounty hunters or mercenaries.
  • Star Wars Miniatures Fan Site: Rebel Storm and more 28 January 2010 0:19 UTC www.starwarsminigames.com [Source type: General]

^ Metastatic carcinoid neoplasm can be difficult to diagnose early in its natural history because the patient generally complains of vague abdominal symptoms or flushing.

[35] .Mercury's almost negligible atmosphere consists of atoms blasted off its surface by the solar wind.^ Almost none would likely understand that this "coiling" and "uncoiling" actually does occur as the "winding up" of solar EM field lines.
  • the Cult of Sleep and the neo-Sethians 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.scribd.com [Source type: Original source]

[36] Its relatively large iron core and thin mantle have not yet been adequately explained. Hypotheses include that its outer layers were stripped off by a giant impact, and that it was prevented from fully accreting by the young Sun's energy.[37][38]

Venus

.Venus (0.7 AU from the Sun) is close in size to Earth, (0.815 Earth masses) and like Earth, has a thick silicate mantle around an iron core, a substantial atmosphere and evidence of internal geological activity.^ In this activity, students collect one of two types of images gathered by the SOHO satellite currently circling the sun about one million miles from earth.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ In 2012, the electromagnetic ribbon connecting the poles of the sun around in a sphere to the poles of the black hole at galactic core will become visible as the sun and galactic core align from the perspective of earth.
  • the Cult of Sleep and the neo-Sethians 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.scribd.com [Source type: Original source]

^ "For the sun to carry the earth around herself in an orbit, four separate and distinct ...

.However, it is much drier than Earth and its atmosphere is ninety times as dense.^ This new beacon on Eden Prime, however, is much, much bigger and better than any other beacon discovered before.
  • Solid Snake's Pseudo-Let's Play: Mass Effect [Archive] - Nuklear Power Forums 12 October 2009 10:31 UTC forum.nuklearpower.com [Source type: Original source]

^ The weather is fine but much colder than at this time last year.
  • A Medical Officer's diary and narrative of the First World War 11 January 2010 9:13 UTC web.ukonline.co.uk [Source type: Original source]

^ Clothing is an additional item, costing much more during war than in time of peace.

Venus has no natural satellites. .It is the hottest planet, with surface temperatures over 400 °C, most likely due to the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.^ (Come to think of it, I could most likely do it in Star Wars time also, insert planet of choice).

^ The planet has layer upon layer of gaseous atmosphere, only a thin band of which is inhabitable by organic creatures.
  • Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds: The Clone CampaignsDatabank FAQ - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: Original source]

^ The sun will be darkened due to massive amounts of dust in the atmosphere.

[39] .No definitive evidence of current geological activity has been detected on Venus, but it has no magnetic field that would prevent depletion of its substantial atmosphere, which suggests that its atmosphere is regularly replenished by volcanic eruptions.^ Timing Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are due to the activity caused by the conjunction of the planets, which also affects the shift of this planet A shift will occur at the close of the century.
  • The Nostradamus Code World War Iii 24 January 2010 13:38 UTC www.slideshare.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Even if no American lives were lost, I and many other Americans would view the current situation in dire terms.
  • Think Progress » MSNBC, NBC News Decide To Call Civil War In Iraq ‘A Civil War’ 28 January 2010 1:01 UTC thinkprogress.org [Source type: General]

^ There is no MRI evidence to suggest metastatic disease to the brain."

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Earth

.Earth (1 AU from the Sun) is the largest and densest of the inner planets, the only one known to have current geological activity, and is the only place in the universe where life is known to exist.^ Star Wars universe: Where each planet has only one environment.
  • Topless Robot - TR Contest: Star Wars Haiku 16 September 2009 22:30 UTC www.toplessrobot.com [Source type: General]

^ Until then, we prepare for our new life on a planet known as Terra, or Earth."
  • CJ FANFIC / Three of a Kind 11 October 2009 10:25 UTC www.clubjade.net [Source type: Original source]

^ But I guess at the end of the day, the qualities I lack and everyone else has are the ones that matter: looks, direction in life, a job/the ability to drive, having one's own place, and all that.
  • Jason's Webpage 9 October 2009 5:54 UTC home.mchsi.com [Source type: Original source]

[41] Its liquid hydrosphere is unique among the terrestrial planets, and it is also the only planet where plate tectonics has been observed. .Earth's atmosphere is radically different from those of the other planets, having been altered by the presence of life to contain 21% free oxygen.^ The cycle of life and death spins at a dizzying rate for all those who inhabit the planet, and even faster for those who have just come for a visit.
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed - FAQ/Walkthrough 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.gamerevolution.com [Source type: General]

^ In reference to holy things, it can mean wholly other--sacred, radically different from anything in this common, profane world of ours.
  • World War I and Religious Thought in Europe 11 January 2010 17:14 UTC www.maxfieldbooks.com [Source type: Original source]

^ The planet's atmosphere, though relatively free from storms and other disturbances, is toxic to almost all species.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[42] .It has one natural satellite, the Moon, the only large satellite of a terrestrial planet in the Solar System.^ Indu San is the only habitable planet in the system of the same name of the Outer Rim.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Basically, the settings are the Moon, an habitat orbiting the moon, an alien planet and a farm in one of the grains states.

^ Echnos (also called Tinn VI-D) is one of six moons orbiting the gas giant Tinn VI, located in the Tinn system at the border to the Outer Rim.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Mars

.Mars (1.5 AU from the Sun) is smaller than Earth and Venus (0.107 Earth masses).^ In the first vision I saw what appear to be a second smaller sun which was coming toward Earth.

^ Earth Venus is hidden by the sun, the Watchers (extraterrestrials) will be exposed through the powers of observation and communication.
  • The Nostradamus Code World War Iii 24 January 2010 13:38 UTC www.slideshare.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Extraterrestrial probe of the Watchers discovered by scientists (Centurie IV, Quatrain 28) During the time of troubles, when the sun is between the earth and Venus, i.e.
  • The Nostradamus Code World War Iii 24 January 2010 13:38 UTC www.slideshare.net [Source type: Original source]

It possesses an atmosphere of mostly carbon dioxide with a surface pressure of 6.1 millibars (roughly 0.6 percent that of the Earth's).[43] .Its surface, peppered with vast volcanoes such as Olympus Mons and rift valleys such as Valles Marineris, shows geological activity that may have persisted until as recently as 2 million years ago.^ Growth factor support may overcome this, but until randomized trials are reported showing clear superiority of such an approach, it remains investigational.

^ So, if time is measured in the gregorian way, then 2000 years ago, at year zero, the timeline can fold up on itself, such that the present and the past at about 4000 years ago can line up.
  • the Cult of Sleep and the neo-Sethians 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.scribd.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Almost one hundred years ago, the Jedi master Plett built a house and laboratory in the Plawal rift that served as a safe haven for the Jedi and their families.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[44] Its red colour comes from iron oxide (rust) in its soil.[45] .Mars has two tiny natural satellites (Deimos and Phobos) thought to be captured asteroids.^ This negative claim also captures the idea of neutrality: being intrinsically neither mental nor physical in nature ultimate reality is said to be neutral between the two.
  • Neutral Monism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 10 February 2010 10:50 UTC plato.stanford.edu [Source type: Original source]

[46]

Asteroid belt

Image of the main asteroid belt and the Trojan asteroids
.Asteroids are mostly small Solar System bodies composed mainly of refractory rocky and metallic minerals.^ ASTEROID MINING WEBQUEST http://www.the-solar-system.net/webquests/asteroid-mining-webquest.html A webquest on mining the asteroids for grades 9-12.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ Several small moons in the Gromas system contain the rare metal known as Phrik.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ It was the fourth planet in the Kothlis System, had three small moons, and its gravity maintained a thin asteroid ring around it.
  • The Completely Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia - Version 11.3 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.cuswe.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[47]
.The main asteroid belt occupies the orbit between Mars and Jupiter, between 2.3 and 3.3 AU from the Sun.^ Many large asteroids orbit the sun harmlessly beyond Mars, ...

^ "The Earth orbits the Sun in a sort of cosmic shooting gallery, subject to impacts from comets and asteroids.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ A red dwarf star orbited by an asteroid belt.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.It is thought to be remnants from the Solar System's formation that failed to coalesce because of the gravitational interference of Jupiter.^ The thing is, the Jedi aren't the perfect monk/warriors that we might have thought they were as kids because their whole dogmatic system is flawed.
  • Star Wars: ROTS post-release discussion, MKII [Archive] - CHUD Forums 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC chud.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ At first the U.S. will not interfere because it is thought the government was freely chosen by the people, but only later realize the leaders were forced on the populace as mouthpieces and tools for the Antichrist.
  • The Nostradamus Code World War Iii 24 January 2010 13:38 UTC www.slideshare.net [Source type: Original source]

^ This is just yet another example of why Wikipedia and your website is a failed system because it is not verified.
  • User talk:DragynWulf - Marvel Universe: The definitive online source for Marvel super hero bios. 25 September 2009 10:47 UTC marvel.com [Source type: Original source]

[48]
Asteroids range in size from hundreds of kilometres across to microscopic. .All asteroids save the largest, Ceres, are classified as small Solar System bodies, but some asteroids such as Vesta and Hygieia may be reclassed as dwarf planets if they are shown to have achieved hydrostatic equilibrium.^ They have now begun advancing on mid-rim systems, starting with the small planet of Naboo.
  • Star Wars - The Uber Phantom Menace - by Travers Jordan 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC swiftbow.com [Source type: Original source]

^ They will also save against Force Wave almost all the time, so if you want them stunned or paralyzed, you're out of luck.
  • Star Wars Knights of the Old RepublicWalkthrough/guide - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 23:34 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: Original source]

^ To meet all such requirements hundreds of factories have abandoned their regular work and have undertaken some of these things.

[49]
.The asteroid belt contains tens of thousands, possibly millions, of objects over one kilometre in diameter.^ The word for million is ekatommyrio (hundred myriad — εκατομμύριο); one thousand million is disekatommyrio (twice hundred myriad — δισεκατομμύριο).
  • Nelson on Draft Day: An Appreciation | Fast Break 25 September 2009 10:47 UTC blogs.mercurynews.com [Source type: General]

^ If he ruled the Republic, he would be much more than one person standing against ten thousand Jedi.
  • TheForce.Net's Fan Fiction Archive 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC fanfic.theforce.net [Source type: Original source]

^ I bet they were even worse than that one above, your school was more like this: the first number is 1, the second number is 200 thousand, the third number is 14234 million .
  • STAR WARS: EPISODE 7,8,9 Rumors True?!!! 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.dtheatre.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[50] .Despite this, the total mass of the main belt is unlikely to be more than a thousandth of that of the Earth.^ More Than Names main page .
  • Lakewood War Dead: World War Two 2 February 2010 10:24 UTC www.lkwdpl.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Yet despite the brutality of her surroundings, Hall is kind and gentle, devoted to those more helpless than she.

^ BTW if you renegade the colonist one, I really think you look more evil than if you renegade the earth one> .
  • Solid Snake's Pseudo-Let's Play: Mass Effect [Archive] - Nuklear Power Forums 12 October 2009 10:31 UTC forum.nuklearpower.com [Source type: Original source]

[51] .The main belt is very sparsely populated; spacecraft routinely pass through without incident.^ I know this because on my last two trips, I passed through without a hitch.

^ And Surface (very promising, at least it was) seems to have quietly passed away, without even word of its cancellation, as far as I can find at least.
  • The Blog From Another Dimension: Media Reviews Archives 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.blogd.com [Source type: General]

^ Rapidly approaching the door, Jarrax made a long horizontal leap, passing through the wreckage of the door without touching the melted, smoking seams.

Asteroids with diameters between 10 and 10−4 m are called meteoroids.[52]

Ceres

Ceres (2.77 AU) is the largest body in the asteroid belt and is classified as a dwarf planet. .It has a diameter of slightly under 1000 km, and a mass large enough for its own gravity to pull it into a spherical shape.^ Sort of a convergence of hyperspace mass shadows, the star is under great gravitational stress, but does not possess enough realspace mass to collapse into a singularity.
  • Star Wars Galaxies - Your Star Wars Galaxies Community Resource 28 January 2010 0:19 UTC swg.stratics.com [Source type: General]

^ Our own sun's gravity is what is pulling it closer and faster along with X's own ...

^ She quickly pulled it off the stove and poured the steaming water over a tea bag and into a large mug that read "No.
  • CJ FANFIC / Three of a Kind 11 October 2009 10:25 UTC www.clubjade.net [Source type: Original source]

.Ceres was considered a planet when it was discovered in the 19th century, but was reclassified as an asteroid in the 1850s as further observation revealed additional asteroids.^ If laparoscopic or simple open cholecystectomy has been performed and cancer is discovered after the fact, additional surgery or adjuvant chemoradiation should be considered.

^ Two centuries into the Dynatic Sith Dynasty, the Sith Lord Darth Gilgon discovered Darth Augor on the planet Nefeyi.
  • STAR WARS: EPISODE 7,8,9 Rumors True?!!! 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.dtheatre.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Morton chronicles nineteenth-century observations and twentieth-century space expeditions to survey and understand the mountains, canyons, and missing waters of the Red Planet.
  • NLS: Cassette Books Catalog, 2005 16 September 2009 22:30 UTC www.loc.gov [Source type: General]

[53] .It was again reclassified in 2006 as a dwarf planet.^ File:Pluto.jpg Pluto , considered a planet for 76 years, was desysopped and became a dwarf planet in 2006.
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Asteroid groups

.Asteroids in the main belt are divided into asteroid groups and families based on their orbital characteristics.^ It was divided into different groups (squadrons).
  • Websites on World War II 11 January 2010 17:14 UTC www.cumbavac.org [Source type: News]

^ The English numbering system divides large numbers into groups of three digits, and so the names for such numbers follow this division (10,000 = ten thousand).
  • Nelson on Draft Day: An Appreciation | Fast Break 25 September 2009 10:47 UTC blogs.mercurynews.com [Source type: General]

^ Other groups are working on developing models that will allow for a more accurate assessment of prognosis based on a combination of molecular profiling of the tumors and clinical characteristics of the patient.

Asteroid moons are asteroids that orbit larger asteroids. .They are not as clearly distinguished as planetary moons, sometimes being almost as large as their partners.^ Again, Charlotte and Ianto glanced over to where Daniel was looking - almost hoping for the sake of their sanity to see what exactly he was seeing in these things, that they clearly were not.
  • Time And Relative Dimension In Space - A Lost/Whoniverse RP [Archive] - { Flicks N Shows | Fringe Division | Red Panda Resources | The Fuselage } 19 September 2009 11:011 UTC forum.thefuselage.com [Source type: Original source]

^ They are cyborgs inhabiting the planetary system (exclusive of the earth, sun and moon), which is described as a virtual world (stereoma) they construct by ...

^ Also the Russian being the bully boys that have always been now have a new weapon - namely OIL and they are using this as a large staff to beat the surrounding states and europe.
  • Georgia: Let's not start World War III - Telegraph 24 January 2010 13:38 UTC www.telegraph.co.uk [Source type: Original source]

.The asteroid belt also contains main-belt comets which may have been the source of Earth's water.^ (Perry 1938, 98–100) The main source for Perry's views about neutral monism is contained in his (Perry 1912a).
  • Neutral Monism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 10 February 2010 10:50 UTC plato.stanford.edu [Source type: Original source]

^ "The Earth orbits the Sun in a sort of cosmic shooting gallery, subject to impacts from comets and asteroids.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ The main sources for his reflections on neutral monism are contained in his (Avenarius 1888/90), (Avenarius 1891), and (Avenarius 1894/95).
  • Neutral Monism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 10 February 2010 10:50 UTC plato.stanford.edu [Source type: Original source]

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.Trojan asteroids are located in either of Jupiter's L4 or L5 points (gravitationally stable regions leading and trailing a planet in its orbit); the term "Trojan" is also used for small bodies in any other planetary or satellite Lagrange point.^ That was always the meaning of the term "regional stability."
  • "Ancient History": U.S. Conduct in the Middle East Since World War II and the Folly of Intervention | Sheldon L. Richman | Cato Institute: Policy Analysis 2 February 2010 10:24 UTC www.cato.org [Source type: Original source]

^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ My guess is that he’ll either use the #7 pick as part of a trade for a veteran point guard, or he’ll trade down a bit and select Lawson.
  • Nelson on Draft Day: An Appreciation | Fast Break 25 September 2009 10:47 UTC blogs.mercurynews.com [Source type: General]

.Hilda asteroids are in a 2:3 resonance with Jupiter; that is, they go around the Sun three times for every two Jupiter orbits.^ Yeah, two or three times(at least).
  • CGTalk - Star Wars EPISODE III ROTS The reviews are pouring in! 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC forums.cgsociety.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Exept for the times that they go to the loo...
  • ... in the Misty Towers of the Ivory Peacock. 1 February 2010 3:38 UTC www.ultimainfo.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Picture any of the three, and then they go on as one.

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.The inner Solar System is also dusted with rogue asteroids, many of which cross the orbits of the inner planets.^ ASTEROID MINING WEBQUEST http://www.the-solar-system.net/webquests/asteroid-mining-webquest.html A webquest on mining the asteroids for grades 9-12.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ Describes the structure of galaxies, the life cycles of stars, and the planets in Earth’s solar system.
  • NLS: Cassette Books Catalog, 2005 16 September 2009 22:30 UTC www.loc.gov [Source type: General]

^ PLANETSCAPES – A GATEWAY SITE http://planetscapes.com/ A huge site on the planets and other bodies of the solar system.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

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Outer Solar System

.The outer region of the Solar System is home to the gas giants and their large moons.^ "Your team has been asked to make a proposal to put a colony of 600 humans somewhere in our solar system (sorry - not on Earth or our moon) as a test of whether it might be possible to someday do large scale colonization.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ Echnos (also called Tinn VI-D) is one of six moons orbiting the gas giant Tinn VI, located in the Tinn system at the border to the Outer Rim.
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^ The Endor system is very difficult to reach, since the uncharted territory and massive gravitational shadow of the gas giant require several complicated hyperspace jumps.
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.Many short period comets, including the centaurs, also orbit in this region.^ I don't know how many others have been with us for short periods in addition to the originals.
  • A Medical Officer's diary and narrative of the First World War 11 January 2010 9:13 UTC web.ukonline.co.uk [Source type: Original source]

.Due to their greater distance from the Sun, the solid objects in the outer Solar System contain more ices (such as water, ammonia, methane, often called ices in planetary science) than the rocky denizens of the inner Solar System, as the colder temperatures allow these compounds to remain solid.^ They then create an updated children's astronomy text to reflect these potential revisions to the solar system."
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ Echnos (also called Tinn VI-D) is one of six moons orbiting the gas giant Tinn VI, located in the Tinn system at the border to the Outer Rim.
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^ The document function gives rise to the possibility that a node-set may contain nodes from more than one document.
  • XSL Transformations (XSLT) 26 January 2010 16:58 UTC www.w3.org [Source type: Reference]

Outer planets

From top to bottom: Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, and Jupiter (not to scale)
.The four outer planets, or gas giants (sometimes called Jovian planets), collectively make up 99 percent of the mass known to orbit the Sun.^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ Jesse Wall Sideshow Exclusive Obi-Wan Up For Preorder Sideshow Collectibles continues to make news today by offering their new Premium Format Obi-Wan Kenobi for preorder!

^ A thriving gas-mining operation, run by the Amber Sun Mining Corporate, lies scattered across the planets' many moons.
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[c] .Jupiter and Saturn are each many tens of times the mass of the Earth and consist overwhelmingly of hydrogen and helium; Uranus and Neptune are far less massive (<20 Earth masses) and possess more ices in their makeup.^ He had loved her ten times more.
  • TheForce.Net's Fan Fiction Archive 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC fanfic.theforce.net [Source type: Original source]

^ But far more important, we can destroy the very will to continue living of every single individual on earth.
  • the Cult of Sleep and the neo-Sethians 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.scribd.com [Source type: Original source]

^ You can inspect the body ten or more times and use the Force Scream for all the Hssiss around you.
  • Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic 2 - The Sith Lords Cheats, Codes, Cheat Codes for PC 20 September 2009 22:21 UTC www.cheatcc.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.For these reasons, some astronomers suggest they belong in their own category, “ice giants.”[57] All four gas giants have rings, although only Saturn's ring system is easily observed from Earth.^ But to some, they will not appear at all.
  • the Cult of Sleep and the neo-Sethians 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.scribd.com [Source type: Original source]

^ I see no reason at all why the arbitrary internal rearrangements of borders by previous Soviet dictators should carry recognition after the breakup of the USSR. At that time it should the right of the inhabitants themselves to decide where they belong.
  • Georgia: Let's not start World War III - Telegraph 24 January 2010 13:38 UTC www.telegraph.co.uk [Source type: Original source]

^ For some reason, the New Republic had left it alone when they took over Coruscant.
  • CJ FANFIC / Three of a Kind 11 October 2009 10:25 UTC www.clubjade.net [Source type: Original source]

.The term outer planet should not be confused with superior planet, which designates planets outside Earth's orbit and thus includes both the outer planets and Mars.^ The focus of your research should include: the countries present in each of the alliances that existed during both World Wars; and the impact that each of the respective alliances had on the war, other countries, and on the world in general.
  • Websites on World War II 11 January 2010 17:14 UTC www.cumbavac.org [Source type: News]

^ Earth from another planet orbiting in a long clockwise ellipse around the Sun rather than in a counterclockwise circle like the other planets.

^ Otherwise, it should not include a standalone document declaration; this ensures that it is both a XML declaration (allowed at the beginning of a document entity) and a text declaration (allowed at the beginning of an external general parsed entity).
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Jupiter

.Jupiter (5.2 AU), at 318 Earth masses, is 2.5 times all the mass of all the other planets put together.^ None of the others, but all in good time.

^ We’ll get them at a planet where Ken and Red Squadron won’t be able to help them in time.” Soon all fighters were turning around but luckily, for him his casualties were very light.
  • Knight of The Three Blades 2: Light or Dark, a Star Wars fanfic - FanFiction.Net 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.fanfiction.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Look, people treat each other as objects of various sorts all the time without doing any harm.
  • Sexualized Violence [Archive] - Absolute Write Water Cooler 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC absolutewrite.com [Source type: Original source]

It is composed largely of hydrogen and helium. .Jupiter's strong internal heat creates a number of semi-permanent features in its atmosphere, such as cloud bands and the Great Red Spot.^ Thanks for creating such a great program.

^ I have created Wiki entries for Nuerotap, Martin Strong, Raza, Ch'od and D'Ken - and was curious as to what's the usual turn around time before such entries appear?
  • User talk:DragynWulf - Marvel Universe: The definitive online source for Marvel super hero bios. 25 September 2009 10:47 UTC marvel.com [Source type: Original source]

^ A strong and adverse wind was blowing and thick clouds almost obscured the ground, rendering the task of reaching such a distant object one of great difficulty.

Jupiter has 63 known satellites. The four largest, Ganymede, Callisto, Io, and Europa, show similarities to the terrestrial planets, such as volcanism and internal heating.[58] .Ganymede, the largest satellite in the Solar System, is larger than Mercury.^ Phaeton argues at his trial that the minds of Earth should reach for the stars rather than stay safe in the solar system.
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^ They were all a part of the system; if one had a larger army than his neighbor, the neighbor was likely to have a greater navy.
  • Harry Elmer Barnes: The World War of 1914-1918 11 January 2010 17:14 UTC tmh.floonet.net [Source type: Original source]

^ "Students conduct independent research on one of the planets in our solar system, specifically discovering a planet’s composition, weather, atmosphere, and satellites.
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Saturn

.Saturn (9.5 AU), distinguished by its extensive ring system, has several similarities to Jupiter, such as its atmospheric composition and magnetosphere.^ The orbits will become smaller and faster and tilt upward, permitting extensive surveying of Saturn's magnetosphere and atmosphere, and giving the first-ever polar views of Saturn and its rings.
  • Cassini’s Tour of the Saturn System - Explore the Cosmos | The Planetary Society 17 September 2009 14:47 UTC www.planetary.org [Source type: Academic]

^ Click to enlarge > Cassini's four-year tour of the Saturn system The left panel looks down upon the Saturn system from above Saturn's north pole, perpendicular to the rings.
  • Cassini’s Tour of the Saturn System - Explore the Cosmos | The Planetary Society 17 September 2009 14:47 UTC www.planetary.org [Source type: Academic]

^ The right panel looks across at the Saturn system in a view parallel to the rings, again with the Sun toward the right.
  • Cassini’s Tour of the Saturn System - Explore the Cosmos | The Planetary Society 17 September 2009 14:47 UTC www.planetary.org [Source type: Academic]

.Although Saturn has 60% of Jupiter's volume, it is less than a third as massive, at 95 Earth masses, making it the least dense planet in the Solar System.^ "Your team has been asked to make a proposal to put a colony of 600 humans somewhere in our solar system (sorry - not on Earth or our moon) as a test of whether it might be possible to someday do large scale colonization.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ I have tried quite a few of these 're-writers' and in the end they all make less than perfect results.
  • Article Rewriting Software? - Page 2 25 September 2009 10:47 UTC www.warriorforum.com [Source type: General]

^ Preferably, they also should be polypoid, involve less than one third of the circumference of the rectal wall, be mildly to moderately well differentiated, and not involve the sphincters.

Saturn has .62 confirmed satellites; two of which, Titan and Enceladus, show signs of geological activity, though they are largely made of ice.^ Two large phase 3 randomized trials testing the addition of gefitinib to standard chemotherapy in the first-line setting failed to show any improvement with the addition of gefitinib over chemotherapy alone.

^ Though the two are still attracted, they resist temptation.
  • Lorne Greene Filmography 6 February 2010 10:37 UTC www.fandango.com [Source type: General]

^ In this activity, students collect one of two types of images gathered by the SOHO satellite currently circling the sun about one million miles from earth.
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[59] .Titan, the second largest moon in the Solar System, is larger than Mercury and the only satellite in the Solar System with a substantial atmosphere.^ Targeted flybys usually have close-approach distances within 2,000 kilometers (1,200 miles) and can be closer than 25 kilometers (15 miles) to the icy moons, but targeted flybys of Titan can be no closer than 950 kilometers (590 miles) because of its extended atmosphere.
  • Cassini’s Tour of the Saturn System - Explore the Cosmos | The Planetary Society 17 September 2009 14:47 UTC www.planetary.org [Source type: Academic]

^ This is only the second issue of the new ongoing series Star Wars: Legacy and already there's more adventure and more intrigue than we can even hint at!
  • Star Wars Legacy (2006) comic books 6 February 2010 10:37 UTC www.mycomicshop.com [Source type: General]

^ The largest moon orbiting the planet Commenor, Folor is a craggy gray satellite home to an Alliance starfighter training center.
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Uranus

Uranus (19.6 AU), at 14 Earth masses, is the lightest of the outer planets. .Uniquely among the planets, it orbits the Sun on its side; its axial tilt is over ninety degrees to the ecliptic.^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ One of the two has the Orion stars on the side of a box, with our sun and planets on the side of a smaller box inside the larger box.

^ In the Draconic Chart the ecliptic plane of the Sun , the equatorial=20 plane of the Earth, and that of the Lunar orbit are all brought together.

.It has a much colder core than the other gas giants, and radiates very little heat into space.^ I was very much into musical theatre.

^ Other than that, I though it was very well done.
  • TheForce.Net's Fan Fiction Archive 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC fanfic.theforce.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Other than the rewards of aesthetic pleasure, there is little incentive for an individual to keep himself well informed about matters over which he has negligible influence.
  • The origins of the First World War | Samizdata.net 3 February 2010 15:43 UTC www.samizdata.net [Source type: Original source]

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Uranus has 27 known satellites, the largest ones being Titania, Oberon, Umbriel, Ariel and Miranda.

Neptune

.Neptune (30 AU), though slightly smaller than Uranus, is more massive (equivalent to 17 Earths) and therefore more dense.^ By the time the battle ended on June 21, kamikazes had sunk at least 30 ships and damaged more than 350 others.

^ This is characterized by the nude beaches, whose sand has absorbed more semen than any other material on earth.
  • A)bort Bad Jokes, R)etry, or D)elete Nonsense - Bad Jokes and Other Deleted Nonsense 12 October 2009 10:53 UTC bjaodn.nicholaswwilson.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Fires a single shot that does more damage than your starting pistol, though inaccurate the farther off the target is.
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi OutcastWalkthrough - IGNFAQs 20 November 2009 7:34 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: General]

It radiates more internal heat, but not as much as Jupiter or Saturn.[61]
Neptune has 13 known satellites. The largest, Triton, is geologically active, with geysers of liquid nitrogen.[62] .Triton is the only large satellite with a retrograde orbit.^ Two large moons and thirteen other satellites orbited the planet, and the cloudcover was tinged with pink when viewed from the planet's surface.
  • The Completely Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia - Version 11.3 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.cuswe.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Neptune is accompanied in its orbit by a number of minor planets, termed Neptune Trojans, that are in 1:1 resonance with it.

Comets

Comet Hale-Bopp
.Comets are small Solar System bodies, typically only a few kilometres across, composed largely of volatile ices.^ The alliance systems set up to prevent war meant that any major political problems would inevitably lead to a large rather than a small conflict.
  • what were the main causes of the first world war - Q&A 11 January 2010 9:13 UTC www.faqs.org [Source type: General]

^ The alliance systems set up to prevent war meant that any major political disputes would inevitably lead to a large rather than a small conflict.
  • what were the main causes of the first world war - Q&A 11 January 2010 9:13 UTC www.faqs.org [Source type: General]

^ Bespin is a large gas giant, roughly118,000 kilometers across, located in the system of the same name.
  • Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds: The Clone CampaignsDatabank FAQ - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: Original source]

.They have highly eccentric orbits, generally a perihelion within the orbits of the inner planets and an aphelion far beyond Pluto.^ They designed it to harness the power of the planet's inner core to carve the surface of the planet to their own design, hoping to create a paradise for themselves.
  • The Completely Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia - Version 11.3 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.cuswe.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Imperial enforcer – Players will travel to several planets, in which they must hunt down a set number of natives within a time limit.
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki 15 September 2009 5:32 UTC starwars.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ Within a few minutes they had cleared atmosphere and orbit.
  • CJ FANFIC / Three of a Kind 11 October 2009 10:25 UTC www.clubjade.net [Source type: Original source]

.When a comet enters the inner Solar System, its proximity to the Sun causes its icy surface to sublimate and ionise, creating a coma: a long tail of gas and dust often visible to the naked eye.^ Leia is a petite, fair-skinned human female with brown eyes, and long brown hair that she often wears in an elaborate fashion.

^ They designed it to harness the power of the planet's inner core to carve the surface of the planet to their own design, hoping to create a paradise for themselves.
  • The Completely Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia - Version 11.3 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.cuswe.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ They then create an updated children's astronomy text to reflect these potential revisions to the solar system."
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

.Short-period comets have orbits lasting less than two hundred years.^ In the space of less than two years he would witness the destruction .
  • Royal Canadian Navy / Royal Navy World War I 30 January 2010 3:52 UTC www.rcnvr.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I've bought two games in this last year that were packeged that way, because (of course), you get more stuff with them.
  • The Ravings of Demented Rabbits: Computer Games - Uncategorized Archives 15 September 2009 4:58 UTC dwip.arthmoor.com [Source type: General]

^ The weather is fine but much colder than at this time last year.
  • A Medical Officer's diary and narrative of the First World War 11 January 2010 9:13 UTC web.ukonline.co.uk [Source type: Original source]

.Long-period comets have orbits lasting thousands of years.^ Five Long Years xmixmasterx noticed a new Developers Blog over at the Halo Wars website; Aloysius details the last couple of months of the Halo Wars development process.
  • Old news but still good news! | April 2009 17 September 2009 7:39 UTC nikon.bungie.org [Source type: General]

^ The book presents the last 2500 years of philosophy as a long battle against the pernicious substance concept.
  • Neutral Monism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 10 February 2010 10:50 UTC plato.stanford.edu [Source type: Original source]

^ I don't know how long I'd last if I left the melanoma completely unchecked, but my best guess would be less than a year.

.Short-period comets are believed to originate in the Kuiper belt, while long-period comets, such as Hale-Bopp, are believed to originate in the Oort cloud.^ Some have called it comet Hale Bopp.
  • the Cult of Sleep and the neo-Sethians 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.scribd.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Hale-Bopp comet, but wasn't sure enough to drink the kool-aid .
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^ For a long time, I couldn’t believe that any sort of God would allow such things to happen to his people.

.Many comet groups, such as the Kreutz Sungrazers, formed from the breakup of a single parent.^ Lessons learned from operating the carriers as a single group of six, as two groups of three, and as three groups of two, provided the basis for many tactics which later characterized carrier task force operations.
  • Naval Aviation World War II 11 January 2010 17:14 UTC www.history.navy.mil [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[63] .Some comets with hyperbolic orbits may originate outside the Solar System, but determining their precise orbits is difficult.^ Similarly, positive signs provide clues to the organ system affected by the neoplasms and, in some cases, can reveal the underlying primary site of origin.

^ After each page of information about the solar system there are some review questions about the pictures on that page.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ "Students likely know some information about the other planets in our solar system as well as about earth's moon.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

[64] .Old comets that have had most of their volatiles driven out by solar warming are often categorised as asteroids.^ One of the most handsome men she had ever seen, had popped out of the POLICE BOX of all the cursed things...and was now kneeling in front of her with a warm smile.
  • Time And Relative Dimension In Space - A Lost/Whoniverse RP [Archive] - { Flicks N Shows | Fringe Division | Red Panda Resources | The Fuselage } 19 September 2009 11:011 UTC forum.thefuselage.com [Source type: Original source]

^ For those that were handicapped in any way or had run out their usefulness at all were used in twisted experiments that most often claimed lives or sanity.
  • Knight of The Three Blades 2: Light or Dark, a Star Wars fanfic - FanFiction.Net 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.fanfiction.net [Source type: Original source]

^ You literally played the story, because most often than not you would only find out the information you actively pursued as both the player and character.
  • Other Games. Playing, Getting & Tribute Thread [Archive] - Eidos Forums 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC forums.eidosgames.com [Source type: General]

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Centaurs

.The centaurs are icy comet-like bodies with a semi-major axis greater than Jupiter (5.5 AU) and less than Neptune (30 AU).^ But I guess a minor historical error is a far greater transgression than a major current events blunder.
  • Ben Smith's Blog: Obama's World War II history - Politico.com 30 January 2010 3:52 UTC www.politico.com [Source type: General]

^ If used, they make a vehicle less likely to spin out or roll over, respectively, when driven by someone other than C.J..
  • Grand Theft Auto - San Andreas 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC cheatchannel.4players.de:1033 [Source type: General]
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^ So right now, ROTS feels less like a self-contained episode than it feels like a chapter in a serial novel.
  • Star Wars Episode III Discussion Thread - SPOILERS [Archive] - 3D Realms Forums 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC forums.3drealms.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

The largest known centaur, 10199 Chariklo, has a diameter of about 250 km.[66] .The first centaur discovered, 2060 Chiron, has also been classified as comet (95P) since it develops a coma just as comets do when they approach the Sun.^ Things are suggested and sketched quickly, and we just have to take certain developments as an act of faith, since we don’t see the evidence onscreen.
  • Moriarty Reviews EPISODE III!! -- Ain't It Cool News: The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news. 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.aintitcool.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I first heard about it several months ago, but wasn't exactly sure just what they were proposing.
  • Book Binge: May 2008 11 October 2009 10:25 UTC thebookbinge.com [Source type: General]

^ Vader and Yoda really don't fit in the series, but since this is the "last one," maybe the developers just want to geek out before they leave the series behind (btw, I refuse to believe this is the last in the series).
  • Star Wars in Soul Calibur IV: News from 1UP.com 28 January 2010 0:19 UTC www.1up.com [Source type: General]

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Trans-Neptunian region

.The area beyond Neptune, or the "trans-Neptunian region", is still largely unexplored.^ The uninhabitable regions will continue to grow until the areas connect large surfaces of the earth's land masses, and the majority of humanity will be suffering.
  • The Nostradamus Code World War Iii 24 January 2010 13:38 UTC www.slideshare.net [Source type: Original source]

.It appears to consist overwhelmingly of small worlds (the largest having a diameter only a fifth that of the Earth and a mass far smaller than that of the Moon) composed mainly of rock and ice.^ The moon is only five kilometers in diameter.
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^ She had built up a colossal and unmatched military machine, having become nothing less than a great military octopus threatening the peace of the world.
  • Harry Elmer Barnes: The World War of 1914-1918 11 January 2010 17:14 UTC tmh.floonet.net [Source type: Original source]

^ They only had the largest army....aswell as the fact that at the time more than three quaters of the worlds population was under British rule, so they had further access to other armies ie Australian, Indian.
  • what were the main causes of WWI? - Q&A 31 January 2010 14:22 UTC www.faqs.org [Source type: General]

.This region is sometimes known as the "outer Solar System", though others use that term to mean the region beyond the asteroid belt.^ That was always the meaning of the term "regional stability."
  • "Ancient History": U.S. Conduct in the Middle East Since World War II and the Folly of Intervention | Sheldon L. Richman | Cato Institute: Policy Analysis 2 February 2010 10:24 UTC www.cato.org [Source type: Original source]

^ We live in a region of space known to us as the Solar System.
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^ ASTEROID MINING WEBQUEST http://www.the-solar-system.net/webquests/asteroid-mining-webquest.html A webquest on mining the asteroids for grades 9-12.
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Kuiper belt

Plot of all known Kuiper belt objects, set against the four outer planets
.The Kuiper belt, the region's first formation, is a great ring of debris similar to the asteroid belt, but composed mainly of ice.^ One day The Lord of the Rings will be recognised as the great First World War novel it is, on a par with All Quiet on the Western Front.
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[68] .It extends between 30 and 50 AU from the Sun.^ Document 50: Memcon between Kissinger and Western Ambassadors, 21 October 1973, 6:30 - 6:45 p.m.
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.It is composed mainly of small Solar System bodies, but many of the largest Kuiper belt objects, such as Quaoar, Varuna, and Orcus, may be reclassified as dwarf planets.^ The planet's penal colony was the only outpost in the system, and many prisoners were used to help construct the Death Star.
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^ It was so odd, to find such delicateness among such fierceness, to realize that those slender bodies--bony by many standards--were hard and toned for combat.

^ Many patients with paraneoplastic disorders may have autoantibodies against several tissues of the body.

.There are estimated to be over 100,000 Kuiper belt objects with a diameter greater than 50 km, but the total mass of the Kuiper belt is thought to be only a tenth or even a hundredth the mass of the Earth.^ There can be no 50%, there is only 100%.
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^ Is the reality even worse than we thought?
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^ Column B: one source told me not to make the mass greater than 50,000.0.
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[69] .Many Kuiper belt objects have multiple satellites,[70] and most have orbits that take them outside the plane of the ecliptic.^ In the Draconic Chart the ecliptic plane of the Sun , the equatorial=20 plane of the Earth, and that of the Lunar orbit are all brought together.

[71]
The Kuiper belt can be roughly divided into the "classical" belt and the resonances.[68] Resonances are orbits linked to that of Neptune (e.g. twice for every three Neptune orbits, or once for every two). The first resonance begins within the orbit of Neptune itself. .The classical belt consists of objects having no resonance with Neptune, and extends from roughly 39.4 AU to 47.7 AU.[72] Members of the classical Kuiper belt are classified as cubewanos, after the first of their kind to be discovered, (15760) 1992 QB1, and are still in near primordial, low-eccentricity orbits.^ The originals were the first of their kind and are classics like "Gone with the Wind "or "The Wizard of OZ." I find the comparison as ludicrous as comparing apples to bananas or debating Elvis and the Beatles.

^ Having landed near by, Ormsbee lost no time in going overboard and made for the wreck, which was all under water except the 2 wing tips.
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^ The philosopher for whom reality consists, first and foremost, of physical objects as ordinarily conceived, may have serious doubts.
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Pluto and Charon

The Earth Dysnomia Eris Charon Pluto Makemake Haumea Sedna Orcus 2007 OR10 Quaoar File:EightTNOs.png
Comparison of Eris, Pluto, Makemake, Haumea, Sedna, Orcus, 2007 OR10, Quaoar, and Earth (all to scale).
.Pluto (39 AU average), a dwarf planet, is the largest known object in the Kuiper belt.^ File:Pluto.jpg Pluto , considered a planet for 76 years, was desysopped and became a dwarf planet in 2006.
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^ XWN ) Skitter This small creature, native to the planet Verkuyl, was known for its attraction to metal and other shiny objects.
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^ Its largest moon is the size of a small planet, and is variously known as the Forest Moon, the Sanctuary Moon, or often simply as Endor.
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.When discovered in 1930, it was considered to be the ninth planet; this changed in 2006 with the adoption of a formal definition of planet.^ Professor Adrian Hall discovers that the polar ice caps are melting, drastically changing the planet's climate.
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^ File:Pluto.jpg Pluto , considered a planet for 76 years, was desysopped and became a dwarf planet in 2006.
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.Pluto has a relatively eccentric orbit inclined 17 degrees to the ecliptic plane and ranging from 29.7 AU from the Sun at perihelion (within the orbit of Neptune) to 49.5 AU at aphelion.^ During this period the orbit begins in Saturn's ring plane and becomes smaller and more inclined with time until Cassini meets Titan on the opposite side of Saturn (the "180 degree transfer") and the orbit is returned to an equatorial one.
  • Cassini’s Tour of the Saturn System - Explore the Cosmos | The Planetary Society 17 September 2009 14:47 UTC www.planetary.org [Source type: Academic]

^ Teli is an emblem of the ecliptic plane in which the planets circle the Sun .

^ The Sun is generally within 20 degrees of vertical for about four days centered ...

It is unclear whether .Charon, Pluto's largest moon, will continue to be classified as such or as a dwarf planet itself.^ One of the two largest moons orbiting the planet Bespin.
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^ The largest moon orbiting the planet Commenor, Folor is a craggy gray satellite home to an Alliance starfighter training center.
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^ Its largest moon is the size of a small planet, and is variously known as the Forest Moon, the Sanctuary Moon, or often simply as Endor.
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.Both Pluto and Charon orbit a barycenter of gravity above their surfaces, making Pluto-Charon a binary system.^ It orbited a typical binary sun , which caused rather interesting patterns from the surface of the planet.

.Two much smaller moons, Nix and Hydra, orbit Pluto and Charon.^ Two large moons and thirteen other satellites orbited the planet, and the cloudcover was tinged with pink when viewed from the planet's surface.
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Pluto has a 3:2 resonance with .Neptune, meaning that Pluto orbits twice round the Sun for every three Neptunian orbits.^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ NT7 circles the Sun every 837 days and travels in a tilted orbit from about ...

^ You'll want to measure sun shadows at least twice and perhaps three or four times during the year to see how they vary with the time of year."
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Kuiper belt objects whose orbits share this resonance are called plutinos.[74]

Haumea and Makemake

.Haumea (43.34 AU average), and Makemake (45.79 AU average), while smaller than Pluto, are the largest known objects in the classical Kuiper belt (that is, they are not in a confirmed resonance with Neptune).^ The average size of pure tubular carcinomas is smaller than 1 cm, and they are associated with axillary metastases in approximately 15% of cases.

^ Heroes”, something similar to companions, created a new trend: They were better than your average PUG player and .
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^ They were a very fine looking lot: much better average physique than the reinforcements.
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Haumea is an egg-shaped object with two moons. Makemake is the brightest object in the Kuiper belt after Pluto. .Originally designated 2003 EL61 and 2005 FY9 respectively, they were given names and designated dwarf planets in 2008.[9] Their orbits are far more inclined than Pluto's, at 28° and 29°.^ The storyline (so far) is more than impressive.

^ Despite its name, the BIS is far more.than a bank.
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^ They are far more loyal to each other than to me, and that simply cannot be.
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[75]

Scattered disc

.The scattered disc, which overlaps the Kuiper belt but extends much further outwards, is thought to be the source of short-period comets.^ Equipped with an advanced Imperial jetpack, the jumptrooper bursts through the air with short spurts and can hover in place for extended periods.
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.Scattered disc objects are believed to have been ejected into erratic orbits by the gravitational influence of Neptune's early outward migration.^ Centerpoint is believed to be a hyperspace repulsor, used in ancient times to transport the five Corellian planets into their current orbits from an unknown location.
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^ The characteristic feature of the of this construction procedure is that it gathers up into one object the spatially scattered appearances of the object they are said to constitute.
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^ He managed to send off a small portion of the holocron's contents before Dusque grabbed the object and ejected it into space.
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Most scattered disc objects (SDOs) have perihelia within the Kuiper belt but aphelia as far as 150 AU from the Sun. .SDOs' orbits are also highly inclined to the ecliptic plane, and are often almost perpendicular to it.^ In the Draconic Chart the ecliptic plane of the Sun , the equatorial=20 plane of the Earth, and that of the Lunar orbit are all brought together.

Some astronomers consider the scattered disc to be merely another region of the Kuiper belt, and describe scattered disc objects as "scattered Kuiper belt objects."[76] Some astronomers also classify centaurs as inward-scattered Kuiper belt objects along with the outward-scattered residents of the scattered disc.[77]

Eris

.Eris (68 AU average) is the largest known scattered disc object, and caused a debate about what constitutes a planet, since it is at least 5% larger than Pluto with an estimated diameter of 2400 km (1500 mi).^ I'm crossing my fingers that they are at least better than what I remember.
  • Star Wars Episode III Discussion Thread - SPOILERS [Archive] - 3D Realms Forums 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC forums.3drealms.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Spookie tells me a small percentage--about 5%--of users have issues trying to run it: "My guess is that it's being caused by the Securom copy protection, since anyone that uses the NoDVD patch doesn't seem to have a problem.
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^ Meanwhile, my culture was apparently so vast, I was taking over planets left and right - probably about another 15 or so, including both Arcean homeworlds.
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.It is the largest of the known dwarf planets.^ Its largest moon is the size of a small planet, and is variously known as the Forest Moon, the Sanctuary Moon, or often simply as Endor.
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[78] It has one moon, Dysnomia. .Like Pluto, its orbit is highly eccentric, with a perihelion of 38.2 AU (roughly Pluto's distance from the Sun) and an aphelion of 97.6 AU, and steeply inclined to the ecliptic plane.^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ In the Draconic Chart the ecliptic plane of the Sun , the equatorial=20 plane of the Earth, and that of the Lunar orbit are all brought together.

^ Earth from another planet orbiting in a long clockwise ellipse around the Sun rather than in a counterclockwise circle like the other planets.

Farthest regions

.The point at which the Solar System ends and interstellar space begins is not precisely defined, since its outer boundaries are shaped by two separate forces: the solar wind and the Sun's gravity.^ But before this sentence could be carried out, Mace Windu led a strike force of two hundred Jedi to Geonosis, effectively beginning the Clone Wars.
  • Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds: The Clone CampaignsDatabank FAQ - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: Original source]

^ And if you snap it in two at the most precise half way point, you do not get one half that has two ends as north and two ends as south.

^ Nor did the Soviets dissent from Kissinger's basic proposition that there were "two problems"--ending the fighting and a political settlement--that had to be dealt with separately.
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.The outer limit of the solar wind's influence is roughly four times Pluto's distance from the Sun; this heliopause is considered the beginning of the interstellar medium.^ Smith, Fantastic Four, and Batman Begins are also expected to be released during that same time frame.

^ As far as Lucasfilm goes they get some form of entertainment from him and they do watch him from a distance, but they mostly consider him a waste of time.
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^ You and three partners will choose one of these four prominent dictators from World War II and consider the life and times of your dictator.
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[25] .However, the Sun's Roche sphere, the effective range of its gravitational dominance, is believed to extend up to a thousand times farther.^ Commanders carry a blaster pistol for short range protection and emergency use if their chaingun was overheated or did not have time to spin up.
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^ I think the thing that bugs me most about this whole mess is the possibility of ending up in the hospital for an extended period of time.

^ Vibrate "CHORONZON!" three or four times (sphere is extended up and over the third eye).Visualize the shaft of light descending to the Solar plexus area, where it expands into another sphere of light.
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[79]

Heliopause

The Voyagers entering the heliosheath
.The heliosphere is divided into two separate regions.^ These 70 patients were divided into two groups based on their platelet counts, and data was collected on the use of aspirin, bleeding complications, and survival.

^ The first two books also come divided into sets of three chapters, and have plain-text formats as well.
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^ The game is surprisingly lengthy, and it is divided into two parts (not formal designations, but you know when the game switches gears.
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.The solar wind travels at roughly 400 km/s until it collides with the interstellar wind; the flow of plasma in the interstellar medium.^ Earth entered a solar wind stream flowing from a coronal hole on the Sun .

The collision occurs at the termination shock, which is roughly 80–100 AU from the Sun upwind of the interstellar medium and roughly 200 AU from the Sun downwind.[80] .Here the wind slows dramatically, condenses and becomes more turbulent,[80] forming a great oval structure known as the heliosheath.^ It's funny though, that someone here has become afraid of confronting in a more personal way.
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^ Katarn comes packed with the Yuzahn Vong warrior, but he's sculpted and decorated pretty great for his more known appearance in the Dark Forces/Jedi Knight games.

^ As Palpatine becomes more and more confident about his control over Anakin, he grows more brazen, and when he finally tells Anakin exactly who he is, it’s great.
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.This structure is believed to look and behave very much like a comet's tail, extending outward for a further 40 AU on the upwind side but tailing many times that distance downwind; but evidence from the Cassini and Interstellar Boundary Explorer spacecraft has suggested that it is in fact forced into a bubble shape by the constraining action of the interstellar magnetic field.^ Liked it VERY much.
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^ I thought she was a very believable heroine, not at all like so many others.
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^ It was like staring into the heart of the Force.
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[81] Both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 are reported to have passed the termination shock and entered the heliosheath, at 94 and 84 AU from the Sun, respectively.[82][83] .The outer boundary of the heliosphere, the heliopause, is the point at which the solar wind finally terminates and is the beginning of interstellar space.^ SPACE WEATHER NOW http://www.sec.noaa.gov/SWN/index.html A look at space weather including solar winds, geomagnetic storms and more.
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^ SPACE – THE FINAL FRONTIER – WEBQUEST http://www.spa3.k12.sc.us/WebQuests/Solar%20System/Index.html A webquest for elementary students on space.
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^ Includes: Space Weather, Current Condition, Solar Wind, X-ray Solar Flares, Daily Sun, The Far Side of the Sun, Sunspot Number 48, Interplanetary Mag.
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[25]
.The shape and form of the outer edge of the heliosphere is likely affected by the fluid dynamics of interactions with the interstellar medium[80] as well as solar magnetic fields prevailing to the south, e.g.^ Almost none would likely understand that this "coiling" and "uncoiling" actually does occur as the "winding up" of solar EM field lines.
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^ So statements like "North Indian don't like South Indians and vice versa" in IMO, don't capture the complex regional and cultural dynamics of hate in India :).
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^ At solar maximum the magnetic equator of the Sun , called the streamer belt or heliospheric ...

it is bluntly shaped with the northern hemisphere extending 9 AU (roughly 900 million miles) farther than the southern hemisphere. .Beyond the heliopause, at around 230 AU, lies the bow shock, a plasma "wake" left by the Sun as it travels through the Milky Way.^ Luke and Mara then left the Jedi Academy on Yavin 4 in the hands of the new Jedi Knights and travelled the galaxy teaching potential Jedi about the ways of the Force.
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^ Some shafts of sun made their way in through the white sand outside, sand that was obviously meant to cover those little cracks.

^ It can be grown in such a way that it manifests string like structures that have tubal qualities: ie – things could travel through them.

[84]
.No spacecraft have yet passed beyond the heliopause, so it is impossible to know for certain the conditions in local interstellar space.^ That might be a possible glitch since it should be impossible to resist plague, but I have no way of knowing if that's the case.
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^ But he is no more imperfect that Stewart yet doesn't get the pass Stewart does."
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^ Training under a witch with whom she knows, yet doesn't, Lee becomes stronger with each passing day.
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.It is expected that NASA's Voyager spacecraft will pass the heliopause some time in the next decade and transmit valuable data on radiation levels and solar wind back to the Earth.^ Select it the next time you level up.
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^ Its going to take some time but I'm confindent Star Wars will continue after Lucas passes away and the years to come.
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^ She had tried to meditate, just to pass the time, but her level of apprehension was too great.
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[85] .How well the heliosphere shields the Solar System from cosmic rays is poorly understood.^ Star wars blue-ray star trek lower shields star trek voyager shows star testing how to.
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.A NASA-funded team has developed a concept of a "Vision Mission" dedicated to sending a probe to the heliosphere.^ In response to rumors that Russia is currently developing a space settlement, The President has devised this task force team to insure that America will be the first to send an orbiting settlement into space."
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[86][87]

Oort cloud

An artist's rendering of the Oort Cloud, the Hills Cloud, and the Kuiper belt (inset)
.The hypothetical Oort cloud is a spherical cloud of up to a trillion icy objects that is believed to be the source for all long-period comets and to surround the Solar System at roughly 50,000 AU (around 1 light-year (LY)), and possibly to as far as 100,000 AU (1.87 LY).^ All 50,000 pounds of it.
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^ As we are no longer able to locate the source, and a few possible causes for error have turned up, we no longer have reason to believe he had the name.
  • Wei Kingdom • Three Kingdoms Officer Names (Chinese/English) 25 September 2009 10:47 UTC kongming.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ All versions of this weapon can be charged up to reach long ranges through the battlefield.
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.It is believed to be composed of comets which were ejected from the inner Solar System by gravitational interactions with the outer planets.^ Indu San is the only habitable planet in the system of the same name of the Outer Rim.
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^ TJP, OWS ) Pakuuni This planet was the primary world in the Pakuuni System, which was located in the Outer Rim Territories.
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^ KORH, KORV, KOR10 ) Mylok IV This planet was the primary world in the Mylok System, which was located in the Outer Rim Territories.
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.Oort cloud objects move very slowly, and can be perturbed by infrequent events such as collisions, the gravitational effects of a passing star, or the galactic tide, the tidal force exerted by the Milky Way.^ The Force did move in mysterious ways.

^ A strong and adverse wind was blowing and thick clouds almost obscured the ground, rendering the task of reaching such a distant object one of great difficulty.

^ This event forced Ben to choose between a potential friendship and his duty to the Galactic Alliance.
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[88][89]

Sedna

.90377 Sedna (525.86 AU average) is a large, reddish Pluto-like object with a gigantic, highly elliptical orbit that takes it from about 76 AU at perihelion to 928 AU at aphelion and takes 12,050 years to complete.^ Being ribbed about something silly you did or said is much easier to take than being kidded about a basic trait like weight or appearance.

^ I admit, I have met people LIKE you, people that THINK they know what they’re talking about, generally they have some form of chemical imbalance if this exists past the teen years, so if this is you, I suggest you continue to take your pills.
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^ There was a small grandstand on one side, and on the other about 15 large hangars covered with tarpaulin, each of which could take 200 men easily.
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.Mike Brown, who discovered the object in 2003, asserts that it cannot be part of the scattered disc or the Kuiper belt as its perihelion is too distant to have been affected by Neptune's migration.^ His only chance for survival is locked within a band of mining robots who are dutifully searching the surface for a mysterious object known as the Key to Perihelion.
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^ But there will always be those who discover scattered bits of ancient Sith lore.
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^ John Ostrander: I got into comics when my friend, Mike Gold, who was part of the start up for FIRST COMICS asked me in.
  • Star Wars Undercity Portugal: 01-10-2007 - 01-11-2007 15 September 2009 5:32 UTC fanforcept.blogspot.com [Source type: General]

.He and other astronomers consider it to be the first in an entirely new population, which also may include the object 2000 CR105, which has a perihelion of 45 AU, an aphelion of 415 AU, and an orbital period of 3,420 years.^ Moreover, the Jewish state was to include 497,000 Arabs, who would constitute just under 50 percent of the new state's population.
  • "Ancient History": U.S. Conduct in the Middle East Since World War II and the Folly of Intervention | Sheldon L. Richman | Cato Institute: Policy Analysis 2 February 2010 10:24 UTC www.cato.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Some of the old men that weren’t missing joined along all until nearly the entire population sought to rebel against the new security.
  • Knight of The Three Blades 2: Light or Dark, a Star Wars fanfic - FanFiction.Net 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.fanfiction.net [Source type: Original source]

^ All [particular perceptions] are different, and distinguishable, and separable from each other, and may be separately consider'd, and may exist separately, and have no need of any thing to support their existence.
  • Neutral Monism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 10 February 2010 10:50 UTC plato.stanford.edu [Source type: Original source]

[90] .Brown terms this population the "Inner Oort cloud," as it may have formed through a similar process, although it is far closer to the Sun.^ In The Analysis of Matter the same idea is expressed in the following terms: “A percept may not belong to any group [forming a physical object] at all; in that case it has no objectivity.
  • Neutral Monism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 10 February 2010 10:50 UTC plato.stanford.edu [Source type: Original source]

^ So far, Yoda is in the lead, but voting continues through May 23rd.

^ If the carcinogenesis process has already gone far, cancer cells can leave their native tumor, "wander" rather far from it and form metastases.

[91] .Sedna is very likely a dwarf planet, though its shape has yet to be determined with certainty.^ The Atlas will combine extensive star charts/maps with planet profiles like the ones in the original EGPM (though almost certainly laid out differently).
  • Star Wars Undercity Portugal: 01-08-2007 - 01-09-2007 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC fanforcept.blogspot.com [Source type: General]

^ He barely got a glimpse of a gigantic fortress very much like the one before them but located on the other side of the planet.
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^ There are likely more references I missed--though interestingly, I believe there were no references to one Heinlein novel that should have been a natural: Red Planet.
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Boundaries

.Much of our Solar System is still unknown.^ The central orb of our solar system, the sun , of course, is the main celestial object associated with the Zodiac ...

^ We'll still do our best to bring you as much news as we can over the next few days.

^ As a travel agent you will provide the necessary facts and information to entice your clients into visiting your planet in our solar system."
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

.The Sun's gravitational field is estimated to dominate the gravitational forces of surrounding stars out to about two light years (125,000 AU).^ Star trek uhura star trek light years.
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^ Star Wars :o again, it's about mastering the force.
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^ It’s been in the 3 year semi-anarchy which came about as the unintended result of the US invasion that the extremists have been provoking the heck out of everybody else around the clock.
  • Think Progress » MSNBC, NBC News Decide To Call Civil War In Iraq ‘A Civil War’ 28 January 2010 1:01 UTC thinkprogress.org [Source type: General]

.Lower estimates for the radius of the Oort cloud, by contrast, do not place it farther than 50,000 AU.[92] Despite discoveries such as Sedna, the region between the Kuiper belt and the Oort cloud, an area tens of thousands of AU in radius, is still virtually unmapped.^ Then scattered over the table were such items as 150,000,000 cans of corn, peas, and string beans; while the salad contained 50,000,000 cans of salmon and 750,000 tins of sardines.
  • Quartermaster Activities in World War I - extracted from America'sMunitions 1917-1918 30 January 2010 3:52 UTC www.qmfound.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The American Cancer Society estimated in 2006 that more than 148,000 people in the U.S. would be diagnosed and about 55,000 people would die from the disease.

^ Over 50,000 of these garments were prepared at an average cost of less than 30 cents per garment.
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.There are also ongoing studies of the region between Mercury and the Sun.^ It has to be done when there are 0 magnetic flux between the sun and earth.

^ Well, a new study --this one, for a change, not paid for by the music industry--has found there there is really no connection between piracy and falling music sales.
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^ Are there any immediate links to the influx of control and power between all the main border towns or is just limited to certain cartels in certain regions?
  • Mexico's Drug War - Stories, Photos, Videos - Mexico Under Siege - World News - Los Angeles Times 28 January 2010 1:01 UTC projects.latimes.com [Source type: General]

[93] .Objects may yet be discovered in the Solar System's uncharted regions.^ The central orb of our solar system, the sun , of course, is the main celestial object associated with the Zodiac ...

^ In some cases, radiation and regional or systemic chemotherapy may result in responses sufficient to convert the tumor stage to resectable disease.

^ On May 23, 2009, it was discovered that Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron was in the works for the PSP and DS systems.
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki 15 September 2009 5:32 UTC starwars.wikia.com [Source type: General]

Galactic context

Location of the Solar System within our galaxy
.The Solar System is located in the Milky Way galaxy, a barred spiral galaxy with a diameter of about 100,000 light-years containing about 200 billion stars.^ Our galaxy contains over 400 billion stars.

^ The Milky Way is 850 trillion light years from the Star Wars galaxy.

^ Star trek uhura star trek light years.
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[94] .Our Sun resides in one of the Milky Way's outer spiral arms, known as the Orion Arm or Local Spur.^ No one will stand in our way.
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^ We have spent the past two decades visiting the Outer Banks and have dealt with the other big rental companies and have never been taken care of or treated the way the people at Sun Realty have seen to our needs or answered our questions.
  • Outer Banks Vacation Rentals | Homes & Beach Cottages 28 January 2010 0:56 UTC www.sunrealtync.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I was watching a documentary on the fated 2012 end of the world hypothesis and did you know that precisely on December 21, 2012 there will be an alignment of the sun centered with our Milky Way galaxy?
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[95] .The Sun lies between 25,000 and 28,000 light years from the Galactic Centre,[96] and its speed within the galaxy is about 220 kilometres per second, so that it completes one revolution every 225–250 million years.^ Speeds up the game clock, to about one hour per second, and the weather.
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^ NOTE: 1.3333333 is the speed of the sun per second in it's orbit around the galaxy.

^ I visited some Army buddies there several years ago and one of them bragged about Vermont having the second largest National Guard in the country as measured against the population of the state (after Alaska).
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.This revolution is known as the Solar System's galactic year.^ Under the leadership of a renegade Jedi named Count Dooku, thousands of solar systems threaten to secede from the Galactic Republic.
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^ By fourty years before the Battle of Yavin, the Trade Federation effectively controlled every known Old Republic trade route and hundreds of dependent systems.
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^ Galactic Republic ============================================================================== A democratic union of millions of star systems that lasted for more than 25,000 years, the Galactic Republic spread peace and prosperity throughout the known galaxy.
  • Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds: The Clone CampaignsDatabank FAQ - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: Original source]

[97] .The solar apex, the direction of the Sun's path through interstellar space, is near the constellation of Hercules in the direction of the current location of the bright star Vega.^ {In essence ripping a hole through space and time itself} Star ships already travel faster than light, but here’s what I theorize.

^ The populous Circarpous system encompasses fourteen planets orbiting the star Circarpous Major, and is located near the planet Gyndine.
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^ The terrible sun had set, and the night was bright with stars and pale light from Naboo's three moons.
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[98] .The plane of the Solar System's ecliptic lies nearly at right angles (86.5°) to the galactic plane.^ Under the leadership of a renegade Jedi named Count Dooku, thousands of solar systems threaten to secede from the Galactic Republic.
  • STAR WARS Episode III: News, Questions and General Talk [spoiler] [Archive] - Page 8 - The ComingSoon.net Boards 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC forums.comingsoon.net [Source type: General]

^ Spica lies nearly on the ecliptic--the path the Sun follows across the sky.

^ Yet U.S. war plants turned out nearly 86,000 planes the following year.

[99]
.The Solar System's location in the galaxy is very likely a factor in the evolution of life on Earth.^ It occurs to me this is very much like life.

^ They will find that individuals in the Shasharn galaxy have high midiclorian counts but not very long life spans.
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^ Big creditors at the heart of the international financial system are very likely to get bailed out no matter what they do, for their collapse could collapse the entire global financial system.
  • B.I.S. - ex-Nazi bank now the world central bank - The Bank for International Settlements, Basel, Switzerland 30 January 2010 3:52 UTC www.bilderberg.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Its orbit is close to being circular and is at roughly the same speed as that of the spiral arms, which means it passes through them only rarely.^ Previously only available in Japan, the ESB Fett is now being offered again exclusively through StarWarsShop and is expected to arrive in June 2007.

^ This can only mean that they weren't been sold at the same time, they must have been sold with some time gap.
  • The affz Singles FAQ - Vinyl Singles 15 September 2009 5:53 UTC fzsinglesfaq.w-i-s.net [Source type: General]

^ There's a lot of being there for each other through the good times and hugging you close through the bad times.
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.Since spiral arms are home to a far larger concentration of potentially dangerous supernovae, this has given Earth long periods of interstellar stability for life to evolve.^ Earth is long since dead.
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^ In a little known period of his life, John Dewey spent the immediate postwar years, 1919–21, teaching at Peking University and traveling in the Far East.
  • World War I as Fulfillment: Power and the Intellectuals - Murray N. Rothbard - Mises Institute 11 January 2010 17:14 UTC mises.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The tumors may be radiographically stable and clinically quiescent for long periods after the initial presentation.

[100] .The Solar System also lies well outside the star-crowded environs of the galactic centre.^ New Galactic Civil War system coming to Star Wars Galaxies.
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^ Describes the structure of galaxies, the life cycles of stars, and the planets in Earth’s solar system.
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^ Under the leadership of a renegade Jedi named Count Dooku, thousands of solar systems threaten to secede from the Galactic Republic.
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.Near the centre, gravitational tugs from nearby stars could perturb bodies in the Oort Cloud and send many comets into the inner Solar System, producing collisions with potentially catastrophic implications for life on Earth.^ Although the annual probability of the Earth being struck by a large asteroid or comet is extremely small, the consequences of such a collision are so catastrophic that it is prudent to assess the nature of the threat and prepare to deal with it."
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ Sort of a convergence of hyperspace mass shadows, the star is under great gravitational stress, but does not possess enough realspace mass to collapse into a singularity.
  • Star Wars Galaxies - Your Star Wars Galaxies Community Resource 28 January 2010 0:19 UTC swg.stratics.com [Source type: General]

^ She sends her Padawan into hiding for fear of the order being wiped out as well as her life being taken away by the Sith.
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed - FAQ/Walkthrough 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.gamerevolution.com [Source type: General]

.The intense radiation of the galactic centre could also interfere with the development of complex life.^ The Balis-Baurgh system, naturally shielded from sensors by gas clouds and intense solar radiation, contains three planets, one of which can support life.
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^ The Cathar developed the idea of providing tourists with information about the life of Luke Skywalker before he became a hero during the Galactic Civil War.
  • The Completely Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia - Version 11.3 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.cuswe.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The license means the Centre can now develop, manufacture and use more complex radiotracers, such as those derived from the element Carbon-11 (11C).

[100] .Even at the Solar System's current location, some scientists have hypothesised that recent supernovae may have adversely affected life in the last 35,000 years by flinging pieces of expelled stellar core towards the Sun as radioactive dust grains and larger, comet-like bodies.^ Currently we are integrating some last minute content and would like to show you some new models that will be in version 1...."
  • F.E.A.R. Files - Latest F.E.A.R. News 9 October 2009 5:54 UTC fear.filefront.com [Source type: General]

^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ A short while ago--it felt like yesterday, although this body told him that it had been four years--he had used these bombs, but only one had been detonated.

[101]

Neighbourhood

.The immediate galactic neighbourhood of the Solar System is known as the Local Interstellar Cloud or Local Fluff, an area of dense cloud in an otherwise sparse region known as the Local Bubble, an hourglass-shaped cavity in the interstellar medium roughly 300 light years across.^ We live in a region of space known to us as the Solar System.
  • WEBSITES ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND SPACE 20 November 2009 23:023 UTC cumbavac.org [Source type: General]

^ Regional councilors, whether or not they also wear an area (local) hat, represent all taxpayers in that region.
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^ Resection of recurrence Re-operation for local and regional recurrence is indicated and may provide substantial palliation from hypercalcemia, in some cases for many years.

.The bubble is suffused with high-temperature plasma that suggests it is the product of several recent supernovae.^ Lastly, findings from several recent publications suggest that use of cannabis and other drugs may play a role in reduced memory or executive function.

^ In fact, recent epidemiologic data suggest that high fish consumption may provide a protective effect against development of colorectal cancer.

[102]
.There are relatively few stars within ten light years (95 trillion km) of the Sun.^ Star trek uhura star trek light years.
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^ Their fleet of eleven battleships, ten carriers, eighteen heavy and twenty light cruisers remained relatively intact.
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^ There are a few Star Wars related questions, so head on over for a few hints on things to come from Sideshow!

.The closest is the triple star system Alpha Centauri, which is about 4.4 light years away.^ Star trek uhura star trek light years.
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^ A lifeless system with a blue star, located about three light years from Dathomir.
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^ It will probably be about 10 years before you see Star Wars on high-def DVD's.

.Alpha Centauri A and B are a closely tied pair of Sun-like stars, while the small red dwarf Alpha Centauri C (also known as Proxima Centauri) orbits the pair at a distance of 0.2 light years.^ Mizar, at a distance of 78 light years from the Sun , and Alcor at 81 light years, ...

^ Star trek uhura star trek light years.
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^ A red dwarf star orbited by an asteroid belt.
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.The stars next closest to the Sun are the red dwarfs Barnard's Star (at 5.9 light years), Wolf 359 (7.8 light years) and Lalande 21185 (8.3 light years).^ The next Heir that I chose was young too now he is a 6 star general and now he is 40 years old.
  • Great Mod!! Post empires - Page 3 - Total War Center Forums 2 February 2010 14:50 UTC www.twcenter.net [Source type: General]

^ STAR WARS~ Children Kids Red Wrist Watch Sun, 04 Oct 2009 19:46:05 PDT .

^ Jesse McCracken Hasbro "Zip Car" Prototypes A slew of early prototype images have surfaced of what may be a new line Hasbro is bringing to Star Wars next year.

.The largest star within ten light years is Sirius, a bright main sequence star roughly twice the Sun's mass and orbited by a white dwarf called Sirius B. It lies 8.6 light years away.^ Star trek uhura star trek light years.
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^ Our Sun is 8 light minutes away.

^ Within ten minutes, Vaiya pushed Ben away and was able to sit up by herself.

.The remaining systems within ten light years are the binary red dwarf system Luyten 726-8 (8.7 light years) and the solitary red dwarf Ross 154 (9.7 light years).^ Their fleet of eleven battleships, ten carriers, eighteen heavy and twenty light cruisers remained relatively intact.
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^ You start with 30 seconds; if any car runs through the red shaft of light, that makes it reappear elsewhere in the ring--if C.J.'s car runs through it, that adds ten seconds to the timer.
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^ Yittreas clashed again with the Rebel Alliance ten years later, over the remaining shards of a Jedi artifact.
  • Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds: The Clone CampaignsDatabank FAQ - IGNFAQs 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: Original source]

[103] .Our closest solitary sun-like star is Tau Ceti, which lies 11.9 light years away.^ The sky is light purple because their sun is not like our sun .

^ Star trek uhura star trek light years.
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^ Our Sun is 8 light minutes away.

.It has roughly 80 percent the Sun's mass, but only 60 percent its luminosity.^ Berigan, Tower discount was 60-80 percent when I was there Saturday, and there were a LOT of people in there buying up product.
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[104] .The closest known extrasolar planet to the Sun lies around the star Epsilon Eridani, a star slightly dimmer and redder than the Sun, which lies 10.5 light years away.^ Star trek uhura star trek light years.
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^ Our Sun is 8 light minutes away.

^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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.Its one confirmed planet, Epsilon Eridani b, is roughly 1.5 times Jupiter's mass and orbits its star every 6.9 years.^ The Atlas will combine extensive star charts/maps with planet profiles like the ones in the original EGPM (though almost certainly laid out differently).
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^ A multiple planet orbiting a small white sun, Anoth consists of three parts and will likely break itself into dust in a few hundred years.
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^ Very good movie, but not one you can really watch more than once every few years.
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[105]
A series of five star maps that show from left to right our location in the Solar System, in the Sun's neighborhood of stars, in the local area of the Milky Way galaxy, in the Local Group of galaxies, and in the Supercluster of galaxies
A diagram of our location in the Local Supercluster – click here to view more detail

Formation and evolution

Projected timeline of the Sun's life.
.The Solar System formed from the gravitational collapse of a giant molecular cloud 4.6 billion years ago.^ Han Solo and Prince Isolder both worked as smugglers in the Chokan system years ago.
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^ The Endor system is very difficult to reach, since the uncharted territory and massive gravitational shadow of the gas giant require several complicated hyperspace jumps.
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^ Grinch, “current marketing trend?” I bought my Bose 3-2-1 system seven years ago.
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.This initial cloud was likely several light-years across and probably birthed several stars.^ Star trek uhura star trek light years.
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^ It will probably be about 10 years before you see Star Wars on high-def DVD's.

^ Over the 3 years of the study, all participants had several gastroscopies, or examinations of the stomach using a thin, lighted tube.

[106]
.As the region that would become the Solar System, known as the pre-solar nebula,[107] collapsed, conservation of angular momentum made it rotate faster.^ In a way, reading Beviin and Fett made me wonder, had Jango been different, had Fett been adopted into the culture, would he have become more like Beviin?

^ Had they made the Wii HD and a real online system and charged $50 more I would have bought it.
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^ The region of space known as Keller's Void acts as a shortcut between the Calus and Wroona systems.
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.The centre, where most of the mass collected, became increasingly hotter than the surrounding disc.^ Its horriable for the most part, after Lucasfilm took the mag over, it rapidly became advertising more than entertainment, I calculated my kit contained 62% ads!!!!
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[106] .As the contracting nebula rotated, it began to flatten into a spinning protoplanetary disc with a diameter of roughly 200 AU[106] and a hot, dense protostar at the centre.^ Foolish boy,” began a dense accent, “you know not what you have gotten yourself into.” .

[108][109] .At this point in its evolution, the Sun is believed to have been a T Tauri star.^ I found that the 8-pointed star was an ancient sun symbol.

^ Druidic is the pattern in which these stones are laid which show that their builders used certain stars and the sun as points of reference.

.Studies of T Tauri stars show that they are often accompanied by discs of pre-planetary matter with masses of 0.001–0.1 solar masses, with the vast majority of the mass of the nebula in the star itself.^ Adrenocortical masses are common; autopsy studies show that approximately 5-15% of the general adult population may have adrenal incidentalomas.

^ (SuperShadow: There will be no Sith as major characters in the live action Star Wars TV show.

^ The Star Wars selection is always vast, and the show's becoming a bigger and better experience every time.

[110] The planets formed by accretion from this disk.[111]
.Within 50 million years, the pressure and density of hydrogen in the centre of the protostar became great enough for it to begin thermonuclear fusion.^ First world, something India should aspire to become within the next 50 years.
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^ The trouble begins when scientists learn that Japan's islands are sinking and must be evacuated within two years.
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^ Within the space of a few years all this was repressed, sometimes violently, millions of German Americans had to turn their backs on their culture to show their patriotism and bona fides.
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[112] .The temperature, reaction rate, pressure, and density increased until hydrostatic equilibrium was achieved, with the thermal energy countering the force of gravitational contraction.^ Separate time-course analyses will be performed for systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, heart rate, and body temperature assessed during each experimental session.

^ If tolerated and an improved clinical response appears possible, increase the dose until adverse reactions interfere.

^ The energy of the Force did not stay with him once it was used, and he could not increase his power level at all.
  • TheForce.Net's Fan Fiction Archive 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC fanfic.theforce.net [Source type: Original source]

.At this point the Sun became a full-fledged main sequence star.^ Star Wars Main Theme Millennium Mix [Single] - Yo Da Ma Sun, 13 Sep 2009 12:43:25 PDT .

^ Star Wars Trilogy Full Screen 3 DVD Set Used Sun, 04 Oct 2009 11:53:08 PDT .

^ Mickey Suttle is now full fledged consultant for George Lucas and Lucasfilm and will incharge of future Star Wars and Indiana Jones endevers.
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[113]
.The Solar System as we know it today will last until the Sun begins its evolution off of the main sequence of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram.^ Last of all Jar Jar again, he should have been killed off in the begining eaten by one of those sea creatures, or shot by a battle droid.
  • STAR WARS: EPISODE 7,8,9 Rumors True?!!! 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.dtheatre.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ A lightsaber battle begins; fast and furious until Mace's hand is cut off.
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^ Chris Berry KEBco Toys 25% Off Sale (Through December 10) Don't forget about the 25% OFF sale at KEBco Toys that will last until Dec.

.As the Sun burns through its supply of hydrogen fuel, the energy output supporting the core tends to decrease, causing it to collapse in on itself.^ The realspace stream is mostly high-energy stellar plasma-hydrogen and helium gases-yet this stream causes a hyperspace shadow itself.
  • Star Wars Galaxies - Your Star Wars Galaxies Community Resource 28 January 2010 0:19 UTC swg.stratics.com [Source type: General]

^ Carida was utterly destroyed when Kyp Durron caused its star to go nova through the use of the Sun Crusher.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The base manufactures a supply of concussion missiles and supports the Imperial Star Destroyer-II Eviscerator, which is stationed in the system to protect the missile output.
  • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

This increase in pressure heats the core, so it burns even faster. .As a result, the Sun is growing brighter at a rate of roughly ten percent every 1.1 billion years.^ The sun spot cycle repeats about every 11 years.

^ Epsilon Eridani is much younger than the Sun , only about 0.5-1 billion years old ...

^ As a result, another 14 billion years will pass and Lucifer will still control this reality.

[114]
.Around 5.4 billion years from now, the hydrogen in the core of the Sun will have been entirely converted to helium, ending the main sequence phase.^ In 2012, the electromagnetic ribbon connecting the poles of the sun around in a sphere to the poles of the black hole at galactic core will become visible as the sun and galactic core align from the perspective of earth.
  • the Cult of Sleep and the neo-Sethians 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.scribd.com [Source type: Original source]

^ It's called harm reduction, it's been working in Switzerland for years and is now spreading around the world, because it's the only real solution to the exploitation of human addiction.
  • Mexico's Drug War - Stories, Photos, Videos - Mexico Under Siege - World News - Los Angeles Times 28 January 2010 1:01 UTC projects.latimes.com [Source type: General]

^ It is probably safe to say that by the end of the year, the film will gross well over a billion dollars.
  • The Blog From Another Dimension: Media Reviews Archives 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC www.blogd.com [Source type: General]

.At this time, the outer layers of the Sun will expand to roughly up to 260 times its current diameter; the Sun will become a red giant.^ It has become virtually impossible to keep up with the Expanded Universe nowadays… .

^ The rewards go up $1,000 each time, from $5,000 to $9,000, then passes by $10,000 to $14,000 for some reason and becomes $15,000 each time.
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City - Glensters Guide to Some of Vice City 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.gamerevolution.com [Source type: General]
  • Grand Theft Auto - Vice City Walkthrough, FAQ, Hints, Cheats - Cheatbook 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.cheatbook.de [Source type: General]
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  • Grand Theft Auto GTA - Vice City (walkthrough) - PC Igre - vesti, opisi, šifre, screenshots, wallpapers 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.pcigre.com [Source type: General]

^ Our team set up a tent to get out of the sun and killed time with Scattergories and Scrabble.

.Because of its vastly increased surface area, the surface of the Sun will be considerably cooler than it is on the main sequence (2600 K at the coolest).^ It was hotter upstairs than the surface of our sun.

^ The cluster of homes was rather small - no more than 12 houses - with a wonderful green lawn around the area and blue sky with the sun shining.

^ However they increased it by around 30 minutes or so, because of new scenes and extended battle sequences.
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[115]
.Eventually, the Sun's outer layers will fall away, leaving a white dwarf, an extraordinarily dense object, half the original mass of the Sun but only the size of the Earth.^ My son, Mike, had a dream in 1982, of a piece of the sun falling to earth.

^ The sun looks a bit bigger than average and sunlight falling on Earth is a few ...

^ If you compare the diameter of Mars with the diameter of Earth, it is approximately one-half the size.
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[116] .The ejected outer layers will form what is known as a planetary nebula, returning some of the material that formed the Sun to the interstellar medium.^ The result was foods in forms never before known by American soldiers and in some cases never before known at all--such forms as dehydrated vegetables, boneless beef, and the so-called shankless beef.
  • Quartermaster Activities in World War I - extracted from America'sMunitions 1917-1918 30 January 2010 3:52 UTC www.qmfound.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ And maybe that has to do with an outer layer of brashness and some inner insecurity.
  • The Great and Unremembered War — Crooked Timber 2 February 2010 14:50 UTC crookedtimber.org [Source type: Original source]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Capitalization of the name varies. .The IAU, the authoritative body regarding astronomical nomenclature, specifies capitalizing the names of all individual astronomical objects (Solar System).^ Any and all individuals who have a double consecutive consonant in their first name is by default, damn cool.
    • A)bort Bad Jokes, R)etry, or D)elete Nonsense - Bad Jokes and Other Deleted Nonsense 12 October 2009 10:53 UTC bjaodn.nicholaswwilson.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ The central orb of our solar system, the sun , of course, is the main celestial object associated with the Zodiac ...

    ^ Under the leadership of a renegade Jedi named Count Dooku, thousands of solar systems threaten to secede from the Galactic Republic.
    • STAR WARS Episode III: News, Questions and General Talk [spoiler] [Archive] - Page 8 - The ComingSoon.net Boards 2 February 2010 14:12 UTC forums.comingsoon.net [Source type: General]

    .However, the name is commonly rendered in lower case (solar system) - as, for example, in the Oxford English Dictionary, Merriam-Webster's 11th Collegiate Dictionary, and Encyclopædia Britannica.
  2. ^ See List of natural satellites for the full list of natural satellites of the eight planets and five dwarf planets.
  3. ^ The mass of the Solar System excluding the Sun, Jupiter and Saturn can be determined by adding together all the calculated masses for its largest objects and using rough calculations for the masses of the Oort cloud (estimated at roughly 3 Earth masses),[117] the Kuiper belt (estimated at roughly 0.1 Earth mass)[69] and the asteroid belt (estimated to be 0.0005 Earth mass)[51] for a total, rounded upwards, of ~37 Earth masses, or 8.1 percent the mass in orbit around the Sun.^ This is why the name of an age is determined by where the sun is on the ...

    ^ Earth asteroid: an asteroid whose distance from the Sun at ...

    ^ A planet located in the system of the same name.
    • planetguid.html 15 September 2009 10:39 UTC www.altaride.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    .With the combined masses of Uranus and Neptune (~31 Earth masses) subtracted, the remaining ~6 Earth masses of material comprise 1.3 percent of the total.
  4. ^ Astronomers measure distances within the Solar System in astronomical units (AU).^ Total combined score offers a measure of spiritual well-being.

    ^ Describes the structure of galaxies, the life cycles of stars, and the planets in Earth’s solar system.
    • NLS: Cassette Books Catalog, 2005 16 September 2009 22:30 UTC www.loc.gov [Source type: General]

    ^ The heart within the Enochian Communications System around earth is like the rose within the cross folded up into a cube.
    • the Cult of Sleep and the neo-Sethians 6 February 2010 11:42 UTC www.scribd.com [Source type: Original source]

    .One AU equals the average distance between the centers of Earth and the Sun, or 149,598,000 km.^ Earth asteroid: an asteroid whose distance from the Sun at ...

    ^ It has to be done when there are 0 magnetic flux between the sun and earth.

    ^ Three of these must emanate from the sun , and One from the earth.

    Pluto is about 38 AU from the Sun and Jupiter is about 5.2 AU from the Sun. One light-year is 63,240 AU.

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The Solar System is the astronomical name for the Sun and other objects such as the planets which are bound to it by gravity.

The main component of the Solar System is the Sun, which contains 98.6 percent of the system's mass and whose gravity holds everything else in orbit. All the main objects in the Solar System formed at the same time, as part of the same process (see Age of the Earth). [[File:|390px|thumb|center|Planets and dwarf planets of the Solar System. Compared with each other, the sizes are correct, but the distance is not.]]

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Evolution of the system

The formation and evolution of the Solar System is estimated to have begun 4.568 billion years ago with the gravitational collapse of a small part of a giant molecular cloud.[1]

Most of the collapsing mass collected in the centre, forming the Sun, while the rest flattened into a protoplanetary disk out of which the planets, moons, asteroids, and other small Solar System bodies formed.

This widely accepted model, known as the nebular hypothesis, was first developed in the 18th century by Emanuel Swedenborg, Immanuel Kant, and Pierre-Simon Laplace. Its subsequent development has interwoven a variety of scientific disciplines including astronomy, physics, geology, and planetary science. Since the dawn of the 'space age' in the 1950s and the discovery of extrasolar planets in the 1990s, the models have been adjusted to account for new observations.

The Solar System has evolved considerably since its initial formation. Many moons have formed from circling discs of gas and dust around their parent planets, while other moons are believed to have formed independently and later been captured by their planets. Still others, as the Earth's Moon, may be the result of giant collisions.

Collisions between bodies have occurred continually, and have been important to the evolution of the Solar System. The positions of the planets often shifted, and planets have switched places.[2][3] This planetary migration is thought to have been responsible for much of the Solar System's early evolution.

Earth's orbit

The Earth's orbit around the Sun is nearly a perfect circle, but when mapped it is found that the Earth moves around the Sun in a very slightly oval shaped, or elliptical orbit. The other planets in the Solar System also circle the Sun in slightly elliptical orbits. Mercury has a more elliptical orbit than the others, and some of the smaller objects orbit the Sun in very eccentric orbits.

Discovery and exploration

For thousands of years, most people did not believe that the Solar System was real. They thought that the Earth stayed still at the center of the universe. Although the Greek philosopher Aristarchus of Samos suggested that there was a special order in the sky,[4] Nicolaus Copernicus was the first to develop a mathematical system. In the 17th-century, Galileo Galilei, Johannes Kepler and Isaac Newton began helping people understand physics more clearly. This made people slowly accept the idea that Earth moves around the Sun and that the planets have the same physical laws that control Earth. More recently, telescopes and spacecrafts have led to discoveries of mountains and craters, and seasonal meteorological phenomena such as clouds, dust storms and ice caps on the other planets.

The eight planets

In their order from the Sun, and labelled with the numbers like the picture on the right:

The planets are the biggest objects that go around Sun. It took people many years of looking carefully through telescopes to find the farthest away ones. No one expects to find new planets, but more small objects are found every year. Most of the planets have moons that orbit around them. There are at least 173 of these moons in the solar system.

Dwarf planets

Pluto had been called a planet since it was discovered in 1930, but in 2006 astronomers meeting at the International Astronomical Union decided for the first time on the definition of a planet, and Pluto did not fit. Instead they defined a new category of dwarf planet, into which Pluto did fit along with some other objects.

Astronomers think they will find more dwarf planets soon.

Structure

There are a few main parts of the Solar System. Here they are in order from the Sun, with the planets numbered, and the dwarf planets marked with the letters a - e.

  • Terrestrial planets region contains the four planets closest to the sun, all are rocky planets

Inner solar system, Outer solar system, Trans-Neptune region

Sometimes people use alternative names for similar regions defined above. These are less formal, and less well defined.

  • Inner solar system contains
  • Outer solar system contains
  • Trans-Neptune region contains

Sometimes the Outer solar system is taken to mean and the Gas Giant Planets, the Kuiper Belt, and the Scattered Disk. But with more recent discoveries of objects in the Kuiper Belt, and the Scattered Disk, and with more dwarf planet discoveries, the Outer solar system is now usually defined as above.

The Oort cloud is separate from the Tran-Neptune region, and much farther out.

Plane of the ecliptic

The plane of the ecliptic is defined by the Earth's orbit around the Sun. All of the planets orbit the Sun roughly around this plane. The farther away from this plane a planet orbits, the more inclined is its orbit. If you could look at the solar system "edge on" then all the planets would be roughly in a horizontal plane around a centre line of the Sun, but not around the Sun's equator.

References

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    Date based on oldest inclusions found to date in meteorites, thought to be among the first solid material to form in the collapsing solar nebula.
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