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afterglow

small amounts of light emitted by a phosphor after the stimulating radiation has ceased. Seen in x-ray intensifying screens and fluoroscopic screens.
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Our observations thus support a scenario in which both the X-ray and radio emission are the afterglow of an outflow, although the exact origin of the outflow is still uncertain," the researchers wrote in the study.
These results show that, when applied in clear coatings that maintain the natural beauty of the wood, the substrate color will significantly affect the afterglow performance of the systems.
said the next step is detecting "orphan" afterglows of bursts whose gamma rays are not quite pointed toward Earth.
The light from the afterglow is 10,000 times more strongly circularly polarized than expected.
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Several teams used giant optical telescopes to catch the burst's fading infrared afterglow.
Acoustic shock waves are launched in a steady-state glow discharge, pulsed discharge, and afterglow plasmas.
In the 1960s Arno Panzias and Robert Wilson detected the afterglow of the big bang - known as the cosmic microwave background(CMB), which revealed that the universe was once a very hot, hostile place.
So although Devil's Party and Perfect Strangers still have that tense Stones vibe, Afterglow and Hungry step into U2-lite territory and Remember Who's Your Man is a soft soul ballad.
Although even here, largely as a long-lasting afterglow of 19th-century Romanticism, the stage spotlight remained fixed on the ballerina, that almost fetishist figure of male adoration and female emulation, with her toe shoes and magic tutu.
The Afterglow, by Dudley-born Anthony Cartwright, is one of six books shortlisted for the prestigious John Llewellyn Rhys Prize, which recognises young writers early in their career.