Speaking of those ions from an electron's perspective, Heller notes that "you fly over ballistically
, but they deflect you a little bit." Together, those deflections steer the electrons into patterns known to mathematicians and physicists as caustics.
It was still climbing and flew ballistically
well beyond the range.
As Dower sees it, the global market for professional services is "growing ballistically
" - and demand in the Asia-Pacific region is dynamic.
It's a bit of a gimmick, but it goes after the alliance between corporate lobbyists and Republicans--an alliance the White House should target ballistically
The injected electrons propagate ballistically
(without undergoing scattering or energy loss) for a depht of 100 to 1000 [angstroms].
, the efficient way to control recoil is to reduce the powder charge within limits but leave the bullet weight relatively heavy.
its performance is close to .41 Magnum numbers: 1,260 fps and energy at 704 foot-pounds.
speaking, this new round struck a sweet spot.
fast and damage your It sounds great although it won't wake your neighbours when you fire it up in the morning.
Harry Robertson and based in Tempe, Arizona, Robertson is engaged in the design and production of mission-extending, crashworthy, and ballistically
self-sealing auxiliary fuel systems for military rotorcraft.
But steel is ballistically
inferior to more dense pellets, and the fast drop off in energy is only partly mitigated by a fast start.