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For this particular study, the researchers used century-old photographic images of Saturn and recent observations made by the Cassini spacecraft to calculate Saturn's Love number - a quantity that, among other things, describes the rigidity of a planet's tidal bulge. They also found, upon examining the motion of four tiny Saturnian moons - Telesto, Calypso, Helene and Polydeuces - that the orbits of these objects were being disturbed by the gas giant's tidal bulges.
As a result, their old bulges did not stay properly tethered to the hair follicle when the newly growing hair pushed past it.
WE usually associate the term 'bulge' with that densely forested Ardenne region in Belgium where in 1944 Nazi troops launched their surprise attack against Allied forces in a battle known by that name, or more frivolously we associate it with that ungainly paunch men acquire at middle age.
The idea of a frozen tidal-rotational bulge, known as the "fossil bulge" hypothesis, was first described in 1898.
The patent-pending delivery device to be used by medical practitioners is a specifically designed needle/catheter delivery system that will inject cells directly into the annular tear that is causing the bulge or herniation.
In contrast to Pakistan, the youth bulges of western countries are: the United State of America has 0-14 years: 20.2%, 15-64 years: 67% (male 102,665,043/female 103,129,321) and 65 years and over: 12.8%, population growth rate is 0.977%; literacy rate is 99% and expenditure on education is 5.3% of GDP.
Developing nations with "youth bulges," such as Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq have more internal conflict, while aging populations such as those in Japan or Europe may enjoy greater stability and less crime, explains Carolyn O'Hara for Smithsonian magazine.
Most galaxies in the universe have bulges, but researchers don't know whether Jl14816.64+525150.3 is typical or an extreme example of that formation.
Earlier studies had revealed a link between the masses of black holes and the central "bulges" of stars and gas in galaxies.
Only a few, however, allow for the presence of bulges in either the template or the probe.
The laser line sensor is said to increase the data density or amount of profile information to detect small bulges or depressions that might be missed by single point sensors.
At high velocity the central portion of the bullet bulges, and the petals come to rest on that bulge, which prevents them from breaking off and provides increased frontal diameter.