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The transition from free ßow inside the bubble to near stasis at its boundary gives rise to a zone of turbulence that is readily visible from the earth. If the energy injected into the cavity is large enough, the bubble bursts out of the galaxyÕs gas disk and spews the shellÕs fragments and hot gas into the galaxy halo or beyond, thousands of light-years from their origins. Roberto Terlevich of the Royal Greenwich Observatory and his collaborators have led the most recent research aimed at determining whether starbursts alone can drive the outpourings of hot gas characteristic of active galaxies.

After one false start (all the electronics boards in the underwater housing had shaken free of their connectors during transportation), we switched on the equipment again, and data started ßowing. We were not sure what to expect. Pumps and other machinery bring the noise in the Sea World tanks to quite high levels, comparable to those in the ocean. Despite some minor damage that the electronics boards had sustained when they were ßooded by seawater, signals from all but two of the 128 channels were received and displayed as real-time moving images.

S. defense forces intended to achieve a tactical advantage with the new satellite navigation system, from the outset they encoded the radio emissions to prevent adversaries from also gaining the ability to determine locations precisely. But the Department of Defense anticipated permitting ordinary people to use the GPS, at least in a coarse fashion. S. military to use the system to its full potential. There were several ways this dual operation could be accomplished. One method was to transmit incorrect information to unau- BLIND NAVIGATION is no longer restricted to ships in fog.

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