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Tenuous gaseous envelopes let additional solid materials sink to the center, forming a compact core.Saturn has a fuzzy core, spread over more than half the planet’s diameter|Ken Croswell|May 6, 2021|Science News
This included water droplets on early Earth, on modern Mars and on a gaseous exoplanet called K2 18b.Raindrops on alien worlds will obey Earth-like rules|Lisa Grossman|May 5, 2021|Science News For Students
Hoyle imagined the possible existence of a life form that is completely novel by Earthly standards—an immense gaseous cloud with no particular shape, or much else except for an extraordinary hyper-intelligence.Life Beyond Human Has to Play by the Rules - Issue 98: Mind|David P. Barash|March 17, 2021|Nautilus
Imagine, for example, a scattered collection of small, low-cost sensors that detect something — movement, fire, gaseous emissions — within some fixed coverage radius.
Fortunately this situation lasts only a few hours, but it highlights the urgent need for a federally maintained Blue Check Media Emergency Tweet Reserve, similar to the National Helium Reserve, but more gaseous.
Was Obama so gaseous in the classroom when he taught constitutional law?Obama’s War on Journalism: ‘An Unconstitutional Act’|Nick Gillespie|May 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And let's put that Gaseous Diffusion Plant in...well, on second thought, keep it, Kentucky.
As it expands into the gaseous state it absorbs heat, and a temperature of -20 C. has thus been produced.Yachting Vol. 2|Various.
We may ask, whether this theory cannot be used to explain the connection between osmotic and gaseous pressure.
The constants for gaseous elements represent the constants of the gases under atmospheric pressure.
The potentials given for the gaseous elements represent the potentials of the gases under 760 mm.
The error was, non-observation of an important portion of the actual residue, namely, the gaseous products of combustion.A System of Logic: Ratiocinative and Inductive|John Stuart Mill