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For 14 days, we worked our way up to more and more intense fluctuations, and on the last day, we scanned across and actually saw the transition more sharply than I have ever seen it," Gammon says.
NASA is now considering a follow-up mission that would measure the fluctuations over smaller patches of sky, in an effort to locate the variations more precisely.
Shifts in the location of the polar front in the north Atlantic, where surface temperatures drop most dramatically, may have caused Eemian fluctuations, says Huntley.
Both the COBE and Tenerife maps reveal fluctuations that occurred a tiny fraction of a second after the birth of the universe.
But like COBE, some of these studies have detected tiny hot spots or cold spots in the cosmos, which may prove to be small temperature fluctuations in the seemingly uniform microwave background.
The company wishes to caution investors that any forward-looking statements are subject to uncertainties and other risk factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from such statements, including but not limited to risks associated with: currency fluctuations, commodity prices, world economic factors, political factors, the company's international operations, highly competitive markets, changes in product demand, and governmental laws and regulations.
Such fluctuations may indicate how the universe evolved from its suspected smooth beginning to its present state - a lumpy collection of clusters of galaxies separated by vast regions of empty space.
Astronomers made headlines last April when they announced that a NASA satellite had detected what appeared to be tiny temperature fluctuations in the microwave radiation left over from the explosive birth of the universe.
By using this novel form of light, researchers can partially suppress the randomness associated with any quantum process, thereby lowering the quantum fluctuations, or noise, that normally accompany signals used to make measurements.
Instruments on NASA's Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) satellite have picked up temperature fluctuations in the cosmic microwage background, the ubiuitous energy left over from the creation of the universe.
In order to mitigate or manage these fluctuations in renewable energy, we need to understand the nature of these fluctuations better.
A study of 686 dementia-free older adults, published in the May issue of the journal Archives of Neurology, found that those with the lowest fluctuations had about a 5.
Hydrodynamic Fluctuations in Fluids and Fluid Mixtures.
The preamble to the final regulations clarifies that the 40% COI safe harbor is applicable to all reorganizations, not just to reorganizations involving fluctuations in value.
In that instant, according to the theory known as inflation, microscopic fluctuations in the density of the cosmos were greatly amplified.