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radio source

n
(Astronomy) a celestial object, such as a supernova remnant or quasar, that is a source of radio waves

ra′dio source`



n.
a cosmic object or phenomenon, as a galaxy, pulsar, quasar, or the remnant of a supernova, that emits radio waves.
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Noun1.radio source - an object that radiates radio waves
radiator - any object that radiates energy
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It may be a bright X-ray radio source because of the heating of matter in its accretion disk, but it is not active enough to be bright across most of the electromagnetic spectrum.
The former champion could be in for a good day at the office, as he has plenty of other chances, including Radio Source for Jeremy Noseda in the ROA/Racing Post Owners' Jackpot Handicap.
Most teachers don't even know that this type of radio source has been classified as a Group 2B possible carcinogenic.
Moore hits right notes Harba was one of four fancied rides for Ryan Moore, who had better luck in the two-year-old races, landing an easy 7-1 double on Sir Michael Stoute's Radio Source in the 7f maiden and his father Gary's Sing Out Loud in the 6f novice.
The daughter of Azamour scored by half a length from Radio Source over seven furlongs and could have some success.
1968: The discovery of the first "pulsar" (pulsating radio source) was announced by Dr Jocelyn Burnell of Cambridge.
The team, led by three principal investigators -- Heino Falcke, Radboud University Nijmegen; Michael Kramer, Max-Planck-Institut fur Radioastronomie; and Luciano Rezzolla, Goethe University in Frankfurt will combine several telescopes around the globe to peer into the heart of our own galaxy, which hosts a mysterious radio source called Sagittarius A* which is considered to be the central supermassive black hole.
Not only are they going back often, they are quite loyal to their farm radio source with farmers and ranchers listening to less than two different radio stations.
The noise power coming from the radio source under observation is firstly amplified by a Radio Frequency (RF) amplifier.
The radio source affirms ongoing communication between Fatah and Hamas to
Ukrainska Pravda online newspaper quoting a national radio source said that following Savchenko's remarks a decision had been taken to end live broadcasts from the weather centre.