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  • ...most no light. Their strongest emissions would be in the [[infrared]] (IR) spectrum, and ground-based IR detectors were too imprecise for a few decades after t Since those earlier times, numerous searches involving various methods have been conducted to find these objects. Some
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  • ...ffice and before long the answer came (I think from Mrs. Fleming) that the spectrum of this star was A. I knew enough about it, even in these Paleozoic days, t ...f>W.S. Adams, 1915. [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1915PASP...27..236A The Spectrum of the Companion of Sirius.] ''Publications of the Astronomical Society of
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  • ... lying below the visible and [[infrared]] regions of the [[electromagnetic spectrum]]. The term "radio" is also used for the equipment used to receive these tr Radio waves occupy a wide region of the [[electromagnetic spectrum]], with frequencies ranging from a few tens of hertz (Hz) to a few hundred
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  • ...aph|mass spectrographs]]'' because they were instruments that recorded a [[spectrum]] of mass values on a [[photographic plate]].<ref name='a804629h'>Gordon Sq ...here the instrument is in the scan (at what ''m/Q'') will produce a [[mass spectrum]], a record of ions as a function of ''m/Q''.
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  • ...existing outside of earth, many scientists remain hopeful and continue the search. Given that the existence of life beyond earth has ramifications of the gre ...by Alfred Webre in his groundbreaking work as a futurist at the Stanford Research Institute. His view is that humanity lives on an isolated planet in the mid
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  • ...58 and then by the [[Earl of Rosse]] in the 1840s.<ref>K. Glyn Jones, "The Search for the Nebulae." ''Journal of the History of Astronomy'' 7 (1976):67</ref> ...lation)|Andromeda]] Nebula" ([[Messier object]] [[Andromeda Galaxy|M31]]). Searching the photographic record, he found 11 more [[nova]]e. Curtis noticed that
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  • In 1939, Australian scientist [[Howard Walter Florey]] and a team of researchers (Ernst Boris Chain, A. D. Gardner, Norman Heatley, M. Jennings, J. Orr-E This was not a satisfactory solution, however, so researchers looked for a way to slow penicillin secretion. They hoped to find a [[mo
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  • ...article.cfm?chanID=sa006&articleID=00008965-AF27-1E41-89E0809EC588EEDF The Search for Dark Matter]. ''Scientific American''. Retrieved November 30, 2007.</re ...alaxy cluster 1E 0657-56]. arXiv.org. Retrieved November 30, 2007.</ref> Researchers analyzed the effects of gravitational lensing to determine total mass di
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  • ... the characteristics of their orbits and details of the [[visible spectrum|spectrum]] of sunlight they reflect. ...ury, Baron [[Franz Xaver von Zach]] organized a group of 24 astronomers to search the sky for the "missing planet" predicted at about 2.8 [[Astronomical unit
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  • ...be an [[visual perception|invisible]] form of [[light]] beyond the visible spectrum, and that this form of radiation transmits heat. * [http://www.npg.org.uk/live/search/person.asp?search=ss&sText=herschel&LinkID=mp02166 Portraits of William Herschel] – at the
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  • ...http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=mysterious+world+arthur+clarke&search_type= Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World]'', [[YouTube]]. Retrieved on Feb ...script: Interview with Arthur C. Clarke<!-- Bot generated title -->], IEEE Spectrum. Retrieved February 11, 2009.</ref> Although he was not the originator of t
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  • ...ology|Observational evidence]] for the Big Bang includes analyses of the [[spectrum|spectra]] of [[light]] from [[galaxy|galaxies]], which reveals a [[redshift ...en shifted to longer wavelengths. This can be seen by taking a [[frequency spectrum]] of an object and matching the [[spectroscopy|spectroscopic]] pattern of [
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  • ...use a drawing he made of it looked like a [[crab]].<ref>K. Glyn Jones, The Search for the Nebulae, ''Journal of the History of Astronomy'' 7: 67.</ref> ...center of the nebula.<ref>B.J. Burn, A synchrotron model for the continuum spectrum of the Crab Nebula, ''Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society'' 1
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  • ...ormation (document or work) so that they may be more easily retrieved by a search.<ref>Amy J. Warner, Ph.D., [http://www.ischool.utexas.edu/~i385e/readings/W #Retrieval: Serve as a searching aid in locating content objects.<ref>[http://www.niso.org/kfile_download
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  • [[Image:Solar Spectrum.png|thumb|350px|right|[[Solar radiation]] at top of atmosphere and at Earth The Earth receives energy from the [[Sun]] in the form a wide [[spectrum]] of [[electromagnetic radiation]]. However, over ninety percent of the Sun
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  • The original Gaia hypothesis has split into a spectrum of hypotheses, ranging from the undeniable (Weak Gaia) to the radical (Stro At one end of the spectrum is the undeniable statement that the ''organisms on the Earth have radicall
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  • ... concerns for European society in the run-up to the Second World War. Mann searched in vain for answers to forestall the collapse of the tradition of Western ...Henry Hatfield in ''Thomas Mann.'' <ref>Henry Hatfield. ''Thomas Mann.'' (Spectrum Books, Ltd., 1962)</ref></blockquote>
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  • ...o be immortal. Christian views after Aquinas have diverged to cover a wide spectrum, but generally they tend to focus on soul instead of mind, with soul referr ...ng this mainstream view, a small group of neuroscientists has persisted in searching for evidence suggesting the possibility of a human mind existing and ope
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  • The war precipitated the research to find better resolution, more portability, more features for that new def ...[Linear polarization]] returns usually indicate metal surfaces, and help a search radar ignore rain. [[Random]] polarization returns usually indicate a [[fra
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  • ...hysical theology]] and [[John D. Caputo]]'s [[deconstructive theology]] in search of a true [[God]]. ...e defined so broadly as to encompass not just written words but the entire spectrum of [[symbol]]s and [[phenomenon|phenomena]] within Western thought. To Derr
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