globule : Definition, Usages, News and More
- 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.
- Like a windstreamed globule of silver, the Goodyear-Zeppelin baby blimp Mayflower floated down upon the afterdeck of the liner Bremen as it approached New York harbor last week.
- 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.
News & Articles
- 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 ...
Dec. 27, 2013 - Wired News