Pulsar


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Pulsar

Procedural medicine A CO2 laser with pulsed and continuous energy used in skin resurfacing, dewrinkling, ENT, gynecology. See Laser.
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Pulsars emit a rotating beam of electromagnetic radiation, which can be detected by telescopes when the beam sweeps past the Earth, like observing the beam of a lighthouse.
Scrutiny of 151 pulsars turned up no evidence of planets, researchers report in the Aug.
Nissan will be pitching the Pulsar at PS15,995 for the base level 1.
This in turn may help to resolve some of the outstanding issues in current research on binary millisecond pulsar systems.
The handling is fine and the Pulsar has no bad habits, with an all-round feel of being up to the task, although it is not as dynamic as the Focus.
Bajaj is also speculated to launch Pulsar 150NS and a fully faired version of Pulsar 200NS in India.
Though we have known that X-ray binaries-some of which are observed as X-ray pulsars-can evolve over millions of years to become rapidly spinning radio pulsars, we were surprised to find one that seemed to swing so quickly between the two," he said.
Conference on Electromagnetic Radiation from Pulsars and Magnetars (2012: Zielona Gora, Poland) Ed.
Sellmark is now responsible for all customer service, warranty service, marketing and sales of all Pulsar products to all markets in North America.
The Pulsar Digisight NV 550 is manufactured with digital technology that enables this riflescope to function in daylight as well as at night.
PULSAR was specifically designed for use with Job Order Contracts (JOC) and SABER (Simplified Acquisition Base Engineering Requirements) contracts.