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of or relating to or resembling a nebula

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resembling a cloud

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Some had bright points which proved a star was in the process of formation, which is the basis of the nebular theory of cosmogenesis.
Bryan was particularly vexed by the several theories of Creation and, above all, by the nebular hypothesis, which assumed that matter and force existed and that when the latter acted upon the former, the universe was created," Koenig observed.
Standard surgical instruments, along with orthopedic instrument as muscle retracter, bone Nebular and oliver bone curator and suction pump were used in surgery.
Post-operatively, the patients were evaluated for visual acuity, condition of the cornea (Amount of opacity - nebular, macular, leucoma), condition of the graft (Retraction, chemosis, haemorrhage, congestion), Condition of the donor site.
Antarctic Meteorite Program (a collaboration among Cassidy, NASA, the National Science Foundation, and the Smithsonian Institution), as well as current field and curatorial practices, the nebular and planetesimal history of our solar system through key specimens, the significance of key samples from larger bodies, and much more.
For instance, Democritus (460--ca 370 BC) is associated with the atom; Aristarchus of Samos (ca 310-230 BC) --with the first formulation of the heliocentric system; Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) and Thomas Wright (1711-1786)--with the hypothesis that the nebulae are galactic systems similar to the Milky Way; Thomas Wright published An original theory or new hypothesis of the Universe in 1750; Kant published his nebular theory in 1755 under the title: Universal natural history and theory of the heavens; etc.
Mata nebular de altitude con abundancia de briofitas, terrestre no interior da mata, 2520 m.
Perhaps a nebular filter would help one spot it and make the task slightly easier.
NEBULAR The constellation of Orion offers some stunning viewing
dagger]) In the mid-1800s, five great pillars had given birth to the gaseous Sun: 1) Laplace's Nebular Hypothesis, 2) Helmholtz' contraction theory, 3) Cagniard de la Tour 's critical phenomena and Andrew's critical temperatures, 4) Kirchhoff's formulation of his law of thermal emission, and 5) the discovery of pressure broadening in gases.
secundum is located on trunks, 2m above the soil at the edge of the nebular forest, in more luminous sites.
The nebular loop has a diameter of around 3[degrees], so a wide field is needed to capture it in its entirety.
At RH values greater than 50%, the membrane changed from clear to nebular.