Summary: Washington DC [USA], June 6 (ANI): A recent study has found strange ring-shaped
objects from the Late Bronze Age, which perhaps is a unique form of a cereal-based product.
A YouTube video posted by YouTuber SECTION 51 2.0 titled "(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UX-9VQcsOQ&feature=youtu.be) Ring-shaped
UFOS in ICELAND (CGI )" showed two huge ring-shaped
UFOs flying off the coast of southern Iceland.
Karimi's team simulates periodic and closed structures in nature, such as ring-shaped
molecules and crystalline lattices, by invoking the quantum mechanical properties of light.
This tester measures frictional force between a tire-shaped rubber sample and rotating ring-shaped
road surface in dry, wet or icy conditions.
The latest YLS lasers will also include a new adjustable mode beam (AMB) capability that enables real-time programmable adjustment of the output beam mode to any combination of a small-spot high intensity bright core to a larger ring-shaped
beam, increasing flexibility in cutting and welding applications.
Taikazans (a ring-shaped
earthen wall used as the gate during the goat-dragging game) were installed and the territory was fenced.
AFTERNOON I'd head offshore to one of the rarely explored coral atolls - a ring-shaped
reef - beyond the Great Barrier Reef.
In May, the city will add another along the north of Cheonggye Stream to complete a full ring-shaped
It is uncovered that the signal light can be modulated as some spatial intensity distribution (unchanging, ring-shaped
beam, and other intensity profiles) by changing the incident intensity of the control light, and the corresponding mechanism is discussed.
This potential was suggested to describe the energy spectrum of Ring-Shaped
Potential obtained by replacing the Coulomb part of Hartmann potential with a Harmonic Oscillator term and that is called a Ring-Shaped
Oscillator Potential, which is investigated to find discrete spectrum and integrals of motions [17-22].
The new tank, which is housed at the University of Turin, is ring-shaped
, which "allowed us for the first time to create waves propagating circularly and continually--an 'unlimited-fetch' condition," explains study coauthor Davide Proment of the University of East Anglia.