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{s} geniş
cosmic dust gökten yeryüzüne düşen incecosmic rays kozmik ışınlar
{s} kozmik

Kozmik ışınlar, güneş sistemimizin ötesinden gelirler. - Cosmic rays come from beyond our own solar system.

Evren bir kozmik yumurta ise, o zaman onu kim yumurtladı? - If the universe is a cosmic egg, who laid it then?

cosmic wind uzayda kozmik cereyan
kainata ait
cosmic dust
(Astronomi) yıldızlararası toz
cosmic cloud
kozmik bulut
cosmic dust
kozmik toz
cosmic noise
kozmik gürültü
cosmic radiation
kozmik radyasyon
cosmic ray
evren ışını
cosmic ray
kozmik ışın

Kozmik ışınlar, güneş sistemimizin ötesinden gelirler. - Cosmic rays come from beyond our own solar system.

cosmic ray shower
kozmik ışın sağanağı
cosmic ray telescope
kozmik ışın teleskopu
cosmic abundance of elements
(Jeoloji) elementlerin kozmik bolluğu
cosmic cloud
(Astronomi) evrensel bulut
cosmic plague
(Bilgisayar) kozmik veba
cosmic plate
(Havacılık) kozmik gürültü
cosmic radiation
(Nükleer Bilimler) kozmik ışınım
cosmic ray primaries
(Askeri) KOZMİK IŞIN ANA UNSURLARI, KOZMİK IŞIN PRİMERLERİ: Bak. "corpuscular cosmic rays"
cosmic ray primaries
(Askeri) kozmik ışın ana unsurları
cosmic ray primaries
(Askeri) kozmik ışın primerleri
cosmic ray shower
kozmik ışın yağmuru
cosmic rays
(Askeri) KOZMİK IŞINLAR: Bak. "corpuscular cosmic rays"
cosmic top secret
(Askeri) kozmik çok gizli
cosmic water
(Jeoloji,Tarım) kozmik su
corpuscular cosmic rays
(Askeri) ZERRESEL KOZMİK IŞINLAR: Dış alemden gelen ve %86 sı hidrojen çekirdeği (proton), %31'i helyum çekirdeği (alfa partikülleri), %1'i helyumdan daha yüksek atom sayılı elemanlara ait çekirdeklerden ibaret bulunan esas kozmik ışınlar
meta-cosmic reality
metakozmik gerçeklik
primary cosmic rays
primer kozmik ışınlar, birincil evren ışınları
kozmik olarak
heavy cosmic ray primaries
(Askeri) AĞIR KOZMİK IŞIN ANA UNSURLARI (HV.): Hidrojen ve helyumdan daha ağır ve demir atom çekirdeğine kadar uzanan elementlerin pozitif yüklü çekirdekleri. Bu ağır atom çekirdekleri, toplam kozmik ışın taneciklerinin ortalama %1'ini ve toplam pozitif yükün % 4'ünden azını ihtiva eder
secondary cosmic radiation
(Askeri) TALİ KOZMİK RADYASYON: Esas kozmik ışın partiküllerinin yukarı atmosfer atom ve molekülleriyle çarpışması sonucu meydana gelen enerji yüklü nükleer kalıntılar ve elektromanyetik radyasyon
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Infinitely or inconceivably extended; vast
Of or from or pertaining to the cosmos or universe
pertaining to the universe
inconceivably extended in space or time
{s} pertaining to the universe as a whole, universal
Geometry: The geometry of space time, which, according to general relativity, may either be "flat", positively curved (like the surface of a sphere) or negatively curved (like the surface of a saddle) depending on the density of mass energy within the Universe
inconceivably extended in space or time of or from or pertaining to or characteristic of the cosmos or universe; "cosmic laws"; "cosmic catastrophe"; "cosmic rays
Pertaining to the solar system as a whole, and not to the earth alone
Rising or setting with the sun; the opposite of acronycal
of or relating to the cosmos, the extraterrestrial vastness, or the Universe in contrast to the Earth alone
Pertaining to the universe, and having special reference to universal law or order, or to the one grand harmonious system of things; hence; harmonious; orderly
of or from or pertaining to or characteristic of the cosmos or universe; "cosmic laws"; "cosmic catastrophe"; "cosmic rays"
Characteristic of the cosmos or universe; inconceivably great; vast; as, cosmic speed
Cosmic means occurring in, or coming from, the part of space that lies outside Earth and its atmosphere. cosmic radiation. cosmic debris
Cosmic means belonging or relating to the universe. the cosmic laws governing our world
An idea or person really out there on the edge of comprehension
cosmic background radiation
The faint, uniform flux of microwave radiation that permeates all space and is the redshifted residual effect of the Big Bang
cosmic joker
A higher power who is responsible for various anomalous phenomena on Earth, said manifestations being of a perverse and black-humoured nature
cosmic latte
A creamy white colour calculated to be the average colour of the universe

cosmic latte colour:.

cosmic latte
Having creamy white colour calculated to be the average colour of the universe
cosmic lattes
plural form of cosmic latte
cosmic ray
Cosmic radiation: a stream of cosmic rays
cosmic ray
An energetic particle originating outside our solar system
cosmic rays
plural form of cosmic ray
cosmic string
A cosmically-scaled string of mass-energy left over from the big bang as a topological defect in spacetime
cosmic teapot
Russell's teapot
cosmic wall
A hypothetical 2-dimensional analog of a cosmic string
Cosmic consciousness
Cosmic consciousness is the state of consciousness during meditation that is free from all stress and sin, and fills the person with deep joy
cosmic background radiation
725 kelvin
cosmic background radiation
Electromagnetic radiation, mostly in the microwave range, believed to be the highly redshifted residual effect (see redshift) of the explosion billions of years ago from which, according to the big-bang model, the universe was created. It was discovered by accident in 1964 by Robert W. Wilson and Arno Penzias; its presence supports the predictions of big-bang cosmology
cosmic background radiation
(cosmology) the cooled remnant of the hot big bang that fills the entire universe and can be observed today with an average temperature of about 2
cosmic dust
tiny particles found in outer space
cosmic dust
Clouds of fine solid particles of matter in interstellar space
cosmic dust
clouds of particles or gases occurring throughout interstellar space
cosmic noise
Radio-frequency radiation originating outside Earth's atmosphere, such as that originating from sunspots
cosmic radiation
radiation consisting of cosmic rays
cosmic radiation
streams of highly penetrating charged particles bombarding the earth from outer space
cosmic ray
A stream of ionizing radiation of extraterrestrial origin, consisting chiefly of protons, alpha particles, and other atomic nuclei but including some high-energy electrons, that enters the atmosphere, collides with atomic nuclei, and produces secondary radiation, principally pions, muons, electrons, and gamma rays. a stream of radiation reaching the Earth from space. High-speed particle (atomic nucleus or electron) that travels through the Milky Way Galaxy. Some cosmic rays originate from the Sun, but most come from outside the solar system. Primary cosmic rays that reach Earth's atmosphere collide with nuclei in it, creating secondaries. Because lower-energy primaries are strongly influenced by the interplanetary magnetic field and Earth's magnetic field (see geomagnetic field), most of those detected near Earth have very high energy, corresponding to speeds about 87% that of light or more. Observations from spacecraft indicate that most cosmic rays come from the Galaxy's disk, but the highest-energy ones are probably extragalactic. Details of their production and acceleration remain unclear, but apparently expanding shock waves from supernovas can accelerate particles. From the early 1930s to the 1950s, cosmic rays were the only source of high-energy particles used in studying the atomic nucleus and its components. Short-lived subatomic particles were discovered through cosmic-ray collisions, leading to the rise of particle physics. Even powerful particle accelerators cannot impart energy anywhere near that of the highest-energy cosmic rays. See also Victor Francis Hess
cosmic ray
highly penetrating ionizing radiation of extraterrestrial origin; consisting chiefly of protons and alpha particles; collision with atmospheric particles results in rays and particles of many kinds
cosmic rays
Cosmic rays are rays that reach earth from outer space and consist of atomic nuclei
cosmic rays
rays of extremely high penetrating power originating beyond the earth's atmosphere
cosmic research
study of outer space
cosmic string
Any of numerous very long and thin alterations or topological defects in space hypothesized to have resulted from the Big Bang and to have made possible the conglomeration of mass into structures such as galaxies and the unequal distribution of mass in the universe
cosmic time
the time covered by the physical formation and development of the universe
cosmic year
amount of time required for the sun to make one revolution around the galaxy (approximately 225 million years)
{a} together with the sun
In a cosmic manner
With the sun at rising or setting; as, a star is said to rise or set cosmically when it rises or sets with the sun
in a cosmic manner; from a cosmic standpoint (pertaining to the universe as a whole, universal)
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Определение cosmic в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

cosmic dust
(Jeoloji) kozmik toz