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If a cue ball collides on an angle with a colored ball, both balls would deflect in a V-shape at a -- angle.
Looking through the brochure for Collide WM 05, what strikes you about the 12 specially-commissioned projects is how wide-ranging they are in style and medium.
Within auroral ovals, some 100 to 1,000 km (62 to 620 mi) over our heads, high-energy electrons from solar plasma collide with air molecules in Earth's upper atmosphere.
If dark matter particles can collide, then dark matter halos would tend to merge more frequently than they would otherwise.
By doing our part to help scientists collide and dissect these particles, we may well be helping them discover the essence of all matter," Dorn said.
The planets' gravity would cause surrounding debris to collide and shatter, generating the doughnut shape.
Physicists working through the night on the new particle collider under construction at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) have achieved a major milestone: In the early morning of May 26 they successfully recorded the first events in the detector that surrounds the point where the massive machine`s two particle beams collide.
Theoretical models suggest that most of the X rays from this remote blazar are created when high-speed electrons in the jet collide with the sea of cosmic background photons left over from the Big Bang.
Visitors will find a vast and quirky collection of modern/contemporary furniture and accessories at Futures Collide in downtown Pomona.
In deep space, black holes may sometimes swirl together and then collide, sending out staggering bursts of gravitational waves.