Planet supposed to influence one's destiny; a configuration of the planets, supposed to influence fortune.
That which resembles the figure of a star, as an ornament worn on the breast to indicate rank or honor.
Person of brilliant and attractive qualities, especially on public occasions, as a distinguished orator, a leading theatrical performer, etc.
To set or adorn with stars, or bright, radiating bodies; to bespangle; as, a robe starred with gems.
Classification of network technology defined by a network which consists of a central element attached to its client computers via wires leading out from the central element A LAN that consists of a number of computers each directly attached to an ATM switch is a good example of a star-topology LAN.
Self-Luminous gaseous body that typically generates energy by nuclear reactions in its interior Note that white dwarfs and neutron stars that no longer possess nuclear reactions, but shine by radiating stored-up heat that originally was derived from nuclear reactions, are also referred to as stars.
Cosmic structure that generates energy by means of nuclear fusion at its core.
Giant ball of hot gas that creates and emits its own radiation through nuclear fusion.
Most of the objects you see in the night sky are stars, and they come in many different varieties Stars usually emit light , but this is not true for all stars Some are as small as the Earth and others are bigger than the Earth's orbit around the Sun Even though you cannot see the stars during the daytime, they are still present The intense light coming from the Sun simply overwhelms the dim light coming from the star.
Large hot ball of gas which generates energy in its core by nuclear reactions.
Network topology where each node is connected to a central hub.
Large ball of gas which releases energy produced by nuclear reactions in its core.
Network topology in which nodes are connected to a central hub.
Large and very massive, self-luminous celestial body of gas that illuminates via the radiation derived from its internal source of energy.
Star is the acronym for Self-Defining Text Archive and Retrieval The syntax used by CIF and mmCIF is derived from the STAR grammar.
Student Technology Assistance Resource Program Basically the STAR Program is an interest free loan through the university to help undergraduate students purchase the computer they need for their academic career at CWRU.
Coil connection scheme for 3 phase alternators and generators in which all 3 coil phases are connected in parallel--they all share a common connection.
Glowing ball of hot gases; a naturally luminous body visible in the sky.
The name of the Dallas Public Library automated system Includes the online catalog , patron, circulation, serials, acquisitions, and other modules, and all databases offered.
Two couples, four ladies or four gents take R or L hands in the centre and dance around the set in 8 bars, or around in 4 bars and back in 4 bars.
Standard Terminal Arrival Route.
Common starling , star , celebrity.
To be bright, or attract attention, as a star; to shine like a star; to be brilliant or prominent; to play a part as a theatrical star.
Celestial body of hot gases that radiates energy derived from thermonuclear reactions in the interior any celestial body visible from the Earth at night an actor who plays a principal role a plane figure with 5 or more points; often used as an emblem mark with an asterisk; 'Linguists star unacceptable sentences' be the star in a performance feature as the star; 'The movie stars Dustin Hoffman as an autistic man'.
Ball of mostly hydrogen and helium gas that shines extremely brightly Our Sun is a star A star is so massive that its core is extremely dense and hot At the high stellar core temperatures, atoms move so fast that they sometimes stick to other atoms when they collide with them, forming more massive atoms and releasing a great amount of energy This process is known as nuclear fusion Scientists have not yet been able to use nuclear fusion as a power source here on earth, but they are trying!.
Large ball of gas held together by gravity that creates and emits its own radiation from a nuclear fusion process.
Self-Luminous object that shines through the release of energy produced by nuclear reactions at its core.
Large celestial body, composed of highly condensed, hot gases Energy in stars is produced by nuclear fusion it the stars core and is released in the form of electromagnetic radiation.
Celestial body appearing as luminous point in the night sky 2 An object with enough individual mass to naturally sustain the nuclear reaction from hydrogen to helium See also: constellation, planet, spectroscopy.
Network configuration in which all computers and devices are connected by direct cables to a central hub.
Ball of gas which radiates energy.
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