Noun(1) a medicinal liquid preparation intended for use in an atomizer(2) cloudiness of the urine(3) an immense cloud of gas (mainly hydrogen(4) (pathology
(1) Jupiter's core formed rapidly relative to the rate at which gas was lost from the solar nebula .(2) The bruise over his eye had settled in to a purple nearly matching the nebula itself, but the swelling had reduced dramatically.(3) Originally, the word nebula referred to almost any extended astronomical object (other than planets and comets).(4) The composition of Phoebe should reflect the composition of the region of the solar nebula where it formed.(5) One of the nicest sectors I ever saw is Ocean of Fantasy, a sector rounded by a bright green nebula .(6) Thus, meteorites represent a fossil record of the early conditions of the solar nebula .(7) Evolutionists believe that the solar system condensed out of a cloud of gas and dust called a nebula , hence the nebular hypothesis.(8) By what principle the ship created and continued to produce the bubble shielding it from the nebula 's gasses.(9) A number had been discovered in deep space, but to an ordinary telescope each nebula looked like a faint blur; it was difficult to determine whether it was a cloud of gas or a multitude of stars.(10) It treats conjunctivitis, pterygium, nebula and pain in the eyes.(11) Based on the nebula 's distance of 650 light-years, its angular size corresponds to a huge ring with a diameter of nearly three light-years.(12) Stars, as far as the eye can see, and two of them, pretty close, with a string of planets orbiting between them, the whole family swimming in a pink, blue, and purple nebula .(13) But soon, performing a visual diminuendo, they drift well astern, a distant nebula of glittering pinpoints at the planet's indistinguishable edge.(14) More distant nebulae and galaxies require longer exposure times, and more fiddling.(15) We have missions that include active nebulas , swirling dust clouds, moving asteroids and asteroid fields.(16) The picture has widened and deepened ever since; fuzzy nebulae were revealed to be other galaxies, as full of stars as our own, and the chemistry of the stars yielded to spectrum analysis.
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