These paper tubes wiggle outward when a shell explodes
While acknowledging that "we have had damaged airplanes" due to Kapton flashovers, David Pielmeier, the Navy's top wiring engineer, said the service banned it in new planes because of concerns it would explode
in combat, not in peacetime use.
City firefighter darts away from a Chatsworth building engulfed in flames as barrels of flammable liquid start to explode
The disklike plane is where most stars in the Milky Way are born and die and, therefore, where most supernovas would be expected to explode
Scientists found that the termites explode
when the copper-rich protein interacts with the salivary gland.
Star Trak Entertainment mega-producers the Neptunes live up to industry expectations as they explode
out-of-the-box with first-week #1 chart debuts for their debut album THE NEPTUNES PRESENT.
Iraqi forces had started arming artillery shells with electronic proximity fuses, allowing the shells to explode
before impact and making them far, far more lethal than conventional shells.
Nevertheless, we note the company has that all important "First to Market" advantage, very little competition and participates in a market poised to explode
But whenever galaxies collide, stars explode
, or chunks of matter plunge into massive black holes, they emit a torrent of X rays, which are 100 to 1,000 times more energetic than the light you can see.
It didn't explode
as it was designed to,'' said Sgt.
With "a large enough [reduction in pressure], the bubbles explode
," says Maris.
Did you know: Trees explode
at 300 degrees, but a rock won't explode
until it's 500 degrees.
Although nature has no trouble making stars explode
, researchers do.
Seven to 10 percent of all bombs that are dropped do not explode
The wreckage of the China Airlines Boeing 737-800 which exploded at Naha Airport, Okinawa Prefecture (state), southern Japan; The airline explodes
in flames and (below) passengers flee from the airliner