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diamond and seed pearl starburst brooch

star·burst

 (stär′bûrst′)
n.
1. A shape or design with emanating rays that resembles the flash of light produced by an exploding star.
2. An unusually rapid and intense burst of star formation in a galaxy.

starburst

(ˈstɑːˌbɜːst)
n
1. (General Physics) a pattern of rays or lines radiating from a light source
2. (Photography) photog a lens attachment which produces a starburst effect
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starburst

[ˈstɑːˌbɜːst] N (liter) → explosión f de color
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+ Starburst embroidery collection (2 1/2-to 4 1/2"-diameter starbursts; see "Designs")
Starbursts--the lens flare caused by the sun's rays shaped into a starburst pattern--was recently featured in a short article at farbspiel-photo.com.
Washington, May 13 ( ANI ): Researchers have for the first time explained a long standing mystery: why surges of star formation (so called 'starbursts') take place when galaxies collide.
The 61 papers look at low-z mergers and starbursts, merger dynamics and simulations, mergers in galaxy evolution, merging and active galactic nuclei, high redshift merging and sub-millimeter galaxies, active galactic nuclei/starburst feedbacks, chemical evolution, and results from new surveys.
The theoretical picture is chaotic and violent: The merging galaxies knock gas and dust into clumps of rapid star formation, called starbursts, and down into the maws of the supermassive black hole growing in the merger's core.
Past Starbursts have attracted as many as 8,000 people, said Nona Ojala, co-chairman of the event with Bob Healy.
Since 1997, when he was studying for his MFA at UCLA, Sandeep Mukherjee has exhibited subtly dynamic drawings made by embossing Duralene--a stiff, vellumlike material--with motifs of flowers, leaves, starbursts, and rippling water.
"There have been all sorts of deductions and assumptions about how starbursts work, but this is ...
Some others dance to the edge of the square and simply walk off while still others wait at the sidelines for their turn to dive into these starbursts of constantly reconfiguring relationships.
Someone to pick out all the brown toast things from Gardetto's [snack mix] for me to eat." In January, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told a reporter he earned Brownie points with President Donald Trump by giving him just the pink and red Starbursts.
Hai Fu, an assistant professor at the University of Iowa and first author of (https://arxiv.org/abs/1705.08908) the paper describing the team's findings, said in a statement Monday: "These quasars may play an important role in making the dusty starbursts extinct in the cosmic history.
The Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Seminar on The Evolution of Starbursts (331st: 2004: Bad Honnef, Germany).