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distant

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far from others in space, time, or relationship

so lost in thought as to be unaware of one's surroundings

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very far away in space or time

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far removed mentally

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The light-gathering ability of several giant telescopes, including the twin Keck instruments atop Hawaii's Mauna Kea, are crucial for taking spectra of faint, faraway galaxies.
Faraway Lady's form looks just as good, if not a touch better.
Ferguson of STScI and their collaborators counted the number of faraway galaxies in another patch of sky viewed by Hubble.
The improvement Faraway Lady showed at Beverley was clearly the result of a big step up in distance, from a mile and a quarter to two miles, and under similar conditions at Yarmouth she can repeat the performance and prove too tough for Analogy, who did not look entirely straightforward when beaten at Folkestone last time.
In this latest installation the inevitable evocation of bygone eras and faraway places is tempered by an undercurrent of visceral emotion that seems new to the work.
James Fanshawe and Richard Mullen, who combined to land Sandown's Tote Exacta Handicap 12 months ago, bid for a repeat with Faraway Look today when the pounds 100,000 race opens Sandown's three-day Eclipse meeting, writes David Yates.
Because the light from a faraway galaxy takes several billion years to reach Earth, telescopes see such a galaxy as it appeared when the universe was younger.
The background consists of five horizontal bands: pale blue sky at top, then green distant "forest" (its upper edge is ragged, hinting at faraway treetops), next pale green ground on the far side of the river, the blue river itself (presumably the Snake), and, at the bottom, pale green field again (the ragged upper edge indicating grass along the near bank).
The art is sent with a class photo and written message asking the faraway students to respond by sending back their own artwork.
James Fanshawe and Richard Mullen, the duo who landed last year's Tote Exacta Handicap, will bid to complete the double on Friday with joint-favourite Faraway Look in Sandown's pounds 100,000 showpiece, writes Graham Cunningham.
Ultraviolet light emitted by a faraway galaxy is shifted to visible light by the time it reaches Earth.
This time the bolt of lightning releases the manic sexual drive we always guessed was hiding behind childhood's blue-glass eyes and rearranges synthetic baby flesh in hideous mutations so far beyond the familiar shock of Siamese twinning that we can only guess at some biological apocalypse on a faraway planet.
Faraway Look is only a "possible" runner at this stage according to trainer James Fanshawe.
For one brief moment, long ago in a faraway galaxy, a titanic explosion poured a torrent of gamma rays into space.
With this return to BAM, Brook has, as he says, "come home again," but this time from a vast terra incognita: the frayed and faraway edges of consciousness in the territory of the human mind.