globule globule


  • (n) a small globe or ball


  1. Up, upand to the south and westthe balloon CH-113 soared until it was a gleaming globule in the rays of the sun not yet risen.
  2. With every man on the Greer at battle station, the lookouts sighted an impulse bubble close aboardthe big globule of air which rises when a submarine fires a torpedo.
  3. Only a few weeks ago a wind like that had kept the silvered globule from landing for 31 hr.


  • WIRED Space Photo of the Day: Bok Globule

    This view of the dark cloud B68, a so-called Bok globule, is a false-colour composite based on a visible (here rendered as blue), a near-infrared (green) and an infrared (red) image. Since the light from stars behind the cloud is ...        
    on December 27, 2013     Source: Wired News

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