outward-moving


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moving or directed away from center, especially when spinning or traveling in a curve

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After reversing course, the outward-moving planets rescattered some of those same objects, this time inward, returning them to what's now the inner asteroid belt.
When flicked by a skilled whip-cracker, a whip curls into an outward-moving loop that accelerates because of the whip's taper.
The first outward-moving model is linked with a descending christology; the second inward-moving model with an ascending christology in which Jesus is related to and returns to the Father.
The heliosphere is essentially the balance between outward-moving solar wind and the compression from the gas and dust that surround it, so if you're in a different interstellar medium environment, you're going to create a different heliospheric structure," said astronomer Seth Redfield with Wesleyan University.
Although Hubble Space Telescope images reveal that the collision has thus far lit up only a small section of the ring--the initial point of contact between the innermost protrusion of the ring and the outward-moving shock wave--the finding heralds a major event.