Thick wind

Thick´ wind`


1.(Far.) A defect of respiration in a horse, that is unassociated with noise in breathing or with the signs of emphysema.
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The material that the dwarf is accreting surely comes from the giant, which like all Mira stars is shedding a thick wind.
A few weeks later, on June 27th, that far-ultraviolet light had mostly disappeared, probably because the companion star had swung behind the primary and was eclipsed by its thick wind.
Young, massive stars surrounding the black hole eject thick winds of particles, and these particles should feed the black hole at a rate of about an Earth mass each year.