Nova

A nova (plural novae or novas) is a cataclysmic nuclear explosion on a white dwarf, which causes a sudden brightening of the star. Novae are not to be confused with other brightening phenomena such as supernovae or luminous red novae. A nova is caused by the accretion of hydrogen onto the surface of the star, which ignites and starts nuclear fusio...
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(from the article `Antonio, Nicolás`) first systematic historian of Spanish literature. His Bibliotheca Hispana appeared in two parts (Nova, 1672; Vetus, 1696). The first is a vast ...
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(from the article `Venus`) ...the surface in a radial pattern. This results in a distinctive starburst of faults and fractures, often lying atop a broad, gently sloping ...
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[n] - a star that ejects some of its material in the form of a cloud and become more luminous in the process
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• (n.) A new star, usually appearing suddenly, shining for a brief period, and then sinking into obscurity. Such appearances are supposed to result from cosmic collisions, as of a dark star with interstellar nebulosities.
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noun a star that ejects some of its material in the form of a cloud and become more luminous in the process
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(1952) Nova (1952) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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(1953) Nova (1953) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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(NOS) Nova (NOS) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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(rocket) A proposed post-Saturn launch vehicle for space missions of 1970 and beyond. Larger even than the Saturn V, the Nova would have been capable of placing a manned spacecraft on a direct ascent to the Moon. A nuclear-powered upper stage equipped with NERVA engines had been...
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(satellites) United States Navy satellite navigation system compatible with the Transit system, of which 15 spacecraft together with three satellites of the Transit Improvement Program, had been placed in orbit by the time Nova 1 was launched. Nova was superceded by NAVSTAR-GPS....
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[eikaiwa] Nova (formerly Nova Group) is a large eikaiwa school (private English teaching company) in Japan. It was by far the largest company of this type until its widely publicized collapse in October 2007. Before its bankruptcy, Nova employed approximately 15,000 people across a group of companies that supported the operations of and ext...
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[experiment] Detail (Columns and Lamps) of Ariel Rios Building, Federal Triangle Washington D.C. {Cc-by-2.0} ...
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[laser] Nova was a high-power laser built at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in 1984 which conducted advanced inertial confinement fusion (ICF) experiments until its dismantling in 1999. Nova was the first ICF experiment built with the intention of reaching `ignition`, a chain reaction of nuclear fusion that releases a lar...
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[magazine] NOVA is a monthly feminine magazine published by Abril and part of the international Cosmopolitan group. It was started in Brazil in September 1973. In agreement with publisher Abril, the magazine has a monthly circulation of approximately 400,000 copies. The content editorial of all of the editions is composed of the following t...
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[operating system] Nova is a Cuban state-sponsored Linux distribution launched in February 2009. It is developed in Havana at the University of Information Science (UCI) by students and professors to provide free/libre/open-source software (FLOSS) to inexperienced users and Cuban institutions. ==Goal and adoption== The goal of Nova is to ac...
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[radio network] The Nova Network is a name given to a group of Australian radio stations. The group comprises five stations all owned by NOVA Entertainment, apart from the Perth station, which is a join venture between NOVA Entertainment and the Australian Radio Network. Like many radio networks, each station has its own local Breakfast sho...
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[Richard Rider] Nova (Richard Rider) is a fictional comic book superhero appearing in books published by Marvel Comics, historically as the star of his own series, and at other times, as a supporting character in team books such as The New Warriors. He is a member of the intergalactic police force known as the Nova Corps, for which he gaine...
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[rocket] Nova was a series of proposed rocket designs, originally as NASA`s first large launchers for missions similar to the production-level Saturn V. Nova studied designs that closely mirrored the Saturn V in basic concept, power, size and function. Differences were minor but practical, and the Saturn was selected for the Apollo Project ...
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[The Sound of Arrows song] Nova is the second single by Swedish duo The Sound of Arrows. That’s how the singer of The Sound of Arrows Stefan Storm describes what is this song about: `It’s a song that we actually struggled with a fair bit in its creation. It just wouldn’t sit right and we’ve got at least three different productions o...
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[TV channel] Antena 3 HD Nova is a Spanish television channel operated by Atresmedia. The network runs 24 hours a day in the Spanish language. The service is aimed at women and the schedule reflects that. Normally during the day, lifestyle programmes like cookery are screened. During the evening films and some series are shown while around ...
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[UK magazine] Nova, published from March 1965 to October 1975, was a British magazine that has been described as `a politically radical, beautifully designed, intellectual women`s magazine. In 1965 it discussed sex and the Pill, and epitomised the sophistication of London with its bold type and empty white space.` Founded by Harry Fieldhous...
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No'va (nō'vȧ) noun ; plural Latin Novæ (-vē), English Novas (-vȧz). [ Latin , fem. sing. of novus new.] (Astron.) A new star, usually appearing suddenly, shining for a brief period, and then sinking into obscurity. Such appearances are supp...
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A nova is a faint star that suddenly erupts in brightness.
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A star that flares up to several times its original brightness for some time before returning to its original state.
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