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Such a regime may hold at the centre of galaxies or close to collapsed stars.
Light, of course, is the fastest thing in the universe, and so the collapsed star has cut itself off.
A collapsed star so dense that light cannot escape from it."
Doing engineering there would present substantial difficulties, even if a collapsed star were handy.
Nuclei can be forced close together, but only under the immense pressures found inside a collapsed star.
General relativistic effects, on the other hand, show up mainly for the "very large" bodies such as collapsed stars.
Those dark sectors were once thought to be collapsed stars so dense that even light did not escape their grip.
But all power sources are finite - even those that flow from collapsed stars and make up the Sipstrassi.
These collapsed stars, then, are not so immortal.
The only specimen of the celestial zoo that fitted this description was a collapsed star.
Together, they analyze the pictures for previously undiscovered supernovas, the remains of collapsed stars.
Beckett refines and reduces human experience to the dangerous density of the black hole created by a collapsed star.
It's like a dark star, a collapsed star, maybe even some kind of neutron star."
Maguma is the only monster in the film, the focus of which is a runaway collapsed star on a collision course with Earth.
Neutron stars are assumed to be the extraordinarily dense cores of collapsed stars.
Outside the environment of a collapsed star, this means patterns of atoms, which are well described by relativistic quantum mechanics.
Some objects like dim stars, collapsed stars, giant planets and other obscure ordinary material may make up another fraction of the dark matter.
Such a collapsed star can be expected to weigh five solar masses or more; otherwise its collapse would stop at the neutron star stage.
The edge of the tank was beyond the reach of both hands; she was hanging in the center of nothing, a small, collapsed star.
If a black hole is a collapsed star, then initially it will have the same mass as the original star, albeit occupying a smaller volume.
A neutron star is hypothesized to be a collapsed star consisting of densely packed neutrons.
A collapsar is a collapsed star, a gravitationally collapsed stellar mass object, typically a black hole.
In a rare event, the two collapsed stars were about to pass extraordinarily close to one another, a chance meeting in their lonely wanderings through space.
As the story progresses, it becomes clear that the Splinter orbits a collapsed star within its accretion disk and is subject to various dangers.
In scientific theory, a black hole is a collapsed star that is so condensed that neither light nor matter can escape its gravitational field.
Most of us didn't feel too enthusiastic about making a collapsar jump, either.
A collapsar can't even form at less than around five solar masses.
From here you go to Stargate collapsar, half a light year away.
"Then find the nearest collapsar and get back on the rack," I said.
We can't afford to do it for more than one collapsar, and neither could they."
Five minutes before injection into the collapsar field, and I started the flooding sequence.
"Collapsar travel is not the same," the woman said.
They could replace the starship with a newer one, from Earth, through the collapsar.
At the door, he said, "We've got collapsar insertion in about six hours.
It took three collapsar jumps to get to Heaven.
The escape ships still had plenty of fuel for a collapsar jump, there and back.
Twelve years before, when I was ten years old, they had discovered the collapsar jump.
When I'd studied physics, they thought the duration of a collapsar jump was exactly zero.
But messages via collapsar jump only took ten months, and there should be a log somewhere.
(In fact, we could be getting messages from Earth every hour, via collapsar, and never know it.
Sade-l38 is the only collapsar we know of in the Magellanic Clouds.
Don't they think that twenty-four years without an urgent message, via collapsar jump, might be cause for concern?
That thing is as dense as a collapsar, barely short of the black hole condition.
You've lost about nine years, though, to time dilation, while we maneuvered between collapsar jumps.
The collapsar Stargate was a perfect sphere about three kilometers in radius.
The time spent scooting down the wormhole from one collapsar to the next was always the same, independent of the distance.
I know you came from Middle Finger via the Aleph-10 collapsar.
There are twenty-four within one collapsar jump of Stargate.
Technically, we were already under weigh, crawling toward the Stargate collapsar at one gee.
Just fling an object at a collapsar with sufficient speed, and out it pops in some other part of the galaxy.
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