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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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Caption: In this artist's concept, the pulsar PSR B1957+20 is seen in the background through the cloud of gas enveloping its brown dwarf companion.
However, it is also worth noting that the radiation from this pulsar will also be the cause of demise for its companion brown dwarf.
If the X-ray pulsar signal exists in the received photons, [[lambda].sub.n](0) - [[lambda].sub.b] + [[lambda].sub.s]h(0), then the JPDF of X could be expressed as
The main purpose of DASS is to acquire the pulsar's pulse profile from the observed X-ray data in order to testify to the X-ray instrument's capability of observing pulsars.
The Pulsar line-up offers three engine options, with outputs of 110PS, 115PS and 190PS - with all three equipped with Idle Stop-Start as standard, helping to reduce CO?
Even with the front seats adjusted for two members of a basketball team the Pulsar is like a limousine in the back.
The Pulsar marks Nissan's return to the medium-sized hatchback market, from which it has been absent for the past eight years, having turned its attention to the emerging crossover market with its highly successful Qashqai and Juke models.
The pulsar position is only 4.3o from the Galactic plane and this results in a crowded star field (see Fig.
The Pulsar marks Nissan's return to the medium-sized hatchback market from which it has been absent for the past eight years having turned its attention to the emerging crossover market with its highly successful Qashqai and Juke models.
Its new Pulsar Pay-Per-Use offers users who don't want to make an upfront investment the option to convert their investments to operational expenditures and adopt QC immediately.
The pulsar's radio beacon vanished, while at the same time the system brightened fivefold in gamma rays, the most powerful form of light, according to measurements by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope.
of the Jodrell Bank Observatory of the University of Manchester announced the first ever pulsar planet detected orbiting the pulsar PSR1829-10 [1].