- n. Plural form of quasar.
“Few could argue with director Shawn Levy's casting: Fey and Carell are twin quasars of neuroses as Liz Lemon and Michael Scott on their back-to-back Thursday night NBC shows, 30 Rock and The Office.”
“The before mentioned VLBI or Radio Telescopes are used to observe the quasars for that purpose, whereas the in-depth study of the quasars is done with the European X-Ray satellite telescope XMM Newton.”
“I myself will be proposing to use Herschel to study star formation in quasars, making observations that have simply not been possible before.”
“They named the starlike things quasi-stellar radio sources; later they shortened the name to quasars.”
“The quasar HE0450-2958 is an odd entity: normally, supermassive black holes – also known as quasars – form at the center of galaxies.”
“Indications that such big black holes must have existed came from observations of the powerful galactic light sources known as quasars.”
“These black holes' existence was proposed four decades ago to account for the high-energy bursts of radiation, known as quasars, from distant and ancient galaxies.”
“These scientist measured the light from distant galaxies called quasars that is 12 billion years old.”
“Microquasars 'properties - strong emission across a broad range of wavelengths, rapid brightness changes, and radio jets - resemble miniature versions of distant galaxies (called quasars and blazars) whose emissions are thought to be powered by enormous black holes.”
“Their properties -- strong emission across a broad range of wavelengths, rapid brightness changes, and radio jets -- resemble miniature versions of distant galaxies (called quasars and blazars) whose emissions are thought to be powered by enormous black holes.”
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