It's rare to see a binary system
so well-aligned" said Dr.
We are learning that chaos may be a common trait of binary systems
," Hamilton said.
Half the stars in the galaxy are in binary systems
cations in the binary system
, thereby influencing [K.
Krzemenski (1974) declared that the X-ray star Cen X-3 is a component of an eclipsing binary system
consists of the star Cen X-3 and a giant optical star of the spectral type B0, with optical magnitude 13.
It is not yet clear, for example, why dusty disks are so common in close binary systems
This paper presents a relatively simple procedure for determining azeotrope coordinates for an isothermal or isobaric binary system
, at low pressure and with a single or double homogeneous azeotrope, based on an expression for [g.
Japan's Subaru telescope in Hawaii has observed a binary system
composed of two low-mass stars called ''brown dwarfs,'' which were difficult to distinguish from Earth, with a device to correct star light affected by atmospheric turbulence, astronomers said Thursday.
The crystal chemistry of this binary system
can be largely described by octahedral units [[NbO.
Computers work on a binary system
, meaning that every problem is translated into a series of zeros and ones rapidly added together.
Boole's binary system
with "one" as the universal class is "possibly" a reflection of his Unitarianism, but also possibly just dictated by the requirements of the algebra.
Named for the operating room, the choice between A or B, the binary system
, and/or the zero radius, the multimedia OR explores the zone between life and death.