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But we can also see additional, small increases linked to the gravitational pull of the planets in our solar system.
QF99 is one of those temporary objects, only recently (within the last few hundred thousand years) ensnared by Uranus and set to escape the planet's gravitational pull in about a million years.
They even suggest that the moon's mass is concentrated more on the side facing the earth, due to the planet's gravitational pull.
Just as in the spatially evocative photograph Dust Breeding by Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp, dust extends its gravitational pull towards decay and death.
Key Technical Levels The 20-Day SMA had a gravitational pull on the USD/CHF from June through September and today's test of the level could give birth to a similar frame of trading.
The celestial objects with enormous gravitational pull are locked in orbit about 5 billion light years away from Earth.
The skin around our neck begins to loosen and drop as it becomes relaxed with age and the gravitational pull becomes more effective.
Celestial mechanics concerns the motion of celestial bodies (stars, planets, asteroids and even spaceships) under their mutual gravitational pull.
The gas is so hot that it moves fast enough to escape the planet's gravitational pull at a rate of 10,000 tons a second, more than three times the rate of water flowing over Niagara Falls.
PRINCETON, NJ -- Scientists at Princeton's Field Research Labs were shocked to discover that the body mass of ex-pro skater and full-time master of ceremonies Dave Ducan has developed a gravitational pull so strong that objects actually orbit around him.
The holes, created by the collapse of stars, exert a massive I gravitational pull on nearby matter.
Sir Michael said: "The gravitational pull of Government grants, targets and performance management has created an unhealthy situation where local councils are too often focused on the wishes of ministers and their departments rather than their own citizens' needs and preferences.