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massiveadj: enormous amount; very heavy and solid
galaxyn: an independent group of stars, interstellar gas, dark matter, etc., in the universe, bound together by gravity
fueln: a substance that is typically burned to generate heat or energy
fusedadj: joined together or combined into one; blended or integrated in a way that creates a new entity
hydrogenn: the chemical element that is the lightest gas is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and combines with oxygen to form water
heliumn: a colorless, odorless, tasteless, non-toxic, inert, monatomic gas, the first in the noble gas series in the periodic table
carbonn: a chemical element that can be found in pure form as diamond or graphite, and it is also an essential part of coal and oil and is found in all plants and animals
nitrogenn: a chemical element with the symbol N and atomic number 7, which is a highly reactive element that forms part of many compounds, including amino acids and proteins
sufficientadj: adequate; enough for a particular purpose or requirement
maintainv: to continue to uphold or sustain; to keep in a particular state or condition; to assert or declare something to be true
structuren: the way of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts, or a complex thing constructed of many parts
collapsev: to fall down or give way suddenly, often after breaking apart
gravitationaladj: relating to or caused by gravity (= the force that attracts objects towards one another)
explodev: to burst or break open violently and noisily; to cause something to burst or break open
supernovan: a powerful and luminous explosion that occurs in some stars, resulting in an extremely bright, short-lived object that later fades into a supernova remnant
innardsn: the internal organs of a human or animal; the visceral organs, especially the stomach, and intestines; the internal parts of something
cataclysmn: a sudden violent event that changes the earth’s environment, such as a flood or a war
eruptionn: an instance of a sudden and violent release of lava, gas, or ash from a volcano; a sudden outburst or explosion of something
remarkableadj: worthy of attention because unusual or special
denseadj: containing a large number of people or something with little space between them
atomicadj: of or relating to atom (= the smallest component of an element)
electronn: a tiny particle with the negative electrical charge
quantumn: the smallest amount or unit of something, especially (electromagnetic) energy
orbitn: the path of an object around a celestial body, especially a planet, star, or moon, under the influence of gravity.
depthn: the distance between the top and bottom of something; between the top surface and a distance below it
nucleusn: the central and most important part of something; (biology) a part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for growth and reproduction; (physics) the very dense central region of an atom
neutronn: a subatomic particle with no electric charge that is present in all atomic nuclei except those of ordinary hydrogen
universen: everything that exists, especially all physical matter, including planets, stars, galaxies, and all other forms of matter and energy
laboratoryn: a workplace for doing scientific research or teaching science; a lab
physicsn: the science of matter and energy and their interactions
condensev: to reduce the volume or size of something, often by removing water or other liquid; to make something shorter, more concise, or more concentrated
compactadj: closely and firmly united or packed together, using very little space; smaller than is usual
protonn: a very small particle with a positive charge equal to the negative charge of an electron that forms part of the nucleus of all atoms
fusen: a small part in an electrical device or machinery that can interrupt the flow of electrical current when it is overloaded; (verb) to become plastic or fluid or liquefied from heat
frictionn: the force that opposes motion between two objects in contact, especially by producing heat and wear, and is proportional to the normal force between the objects
liquidn: a substance, such as water or oil that flows freely and is neither a solid nor a gas
fluidn: a substance that can flow and is not solid
surroundv: to be all around something or somebody
crustn: a hard outer layer that forms on the surface of a liquid as it cools or on a solid as a result of exposure to air or moisture
incrediblyadv: in a way that is very difficult to believe; exceedingly or extremely
equivalentn: having the same value, quality, meaning, purpose, etc.
massn: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together
squeezev: to apply pressure from two or more sides; to hold someone or something tightly in your arms, usually with fondness
mountv: to increase, go up, or advance gradually or continuously; to prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance; to ride on something or someone
cuben: a three-dimensional shape with six square faces that are all equal in size; (of mathematics) the result of multiplying the number by itself three times
phasen: any stage in a series of events, change, or development
physicistn: a scientist who specializes in the field of physics
nuclearadj: of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of an atom; deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy
lasagnan: a type of dish consisting of layers of pasta, cheese, meat, or vegetables, typically topped with tomato sauce and baked in an oven; a traditional staple of Italian cuisine
precursorn: a person or thing that comes before another of the same kind and that contributes to or influences its growth
spinv: to cause something to rotate rapidly; to cause someone to feel dizzy or disoriented
typicaladj: having the usual characteristics or traits of a specific group of things
compressv: to press or squeeze together to make something take up less space
angularadj: measured by an angle or by the rate of change of an angle; having angles or an angular shape
preservev: to keep or maintain a particular quality, feature, etc., especially to prevent it from decaying, being damaged, or being destroyed
skaten: a type of footwear that has a blade attached to its sole for skating on ice or other hard surfaces; an activity or sport that involves gliding on skates on ice or other hard surfaces
acceleratev: to make something faster or earlier; to cause to develop or progress more quickly
rotv: to decay, or cause something to decay, naturally and gradually
whirlv: to spin or turn rapidly; to move or be moved quickly in a circular manner; (noun) a spinning or rotating movement, often rapid or chaotic in nature
magneticadj: having the properties of attracting or repelling certain materials containing iron or steel
concentrationn: the ability to focus all your time and energy on one thing without thinking about anything else.
vortexn: a mass of whirling air, water, dust, or smoke, especially a whirlpool or whirlwind
radiatev: to spread out or emit something, such as light or heat, in all directions
beamn: a long, sturdy piece of timber, metal, or other material used to support a structure or span a distance; a ray or stream of light emitted by a source
polen: one of two antipodal points where the Earth’s axis of rotation intersects the Earth’s surface; a long, slender, rounded rod, typically of wood or metal, used as a support or to hang something
alignv: to put or arrange two or more things in a straight line or to form a straight line
axisn: a real or imaginary straight line through a body or figure around which the object turns; a group of countries in special alliance
lighthousen: a tower or other structure that is equipped with a powerful light designed to guide ships safely to harbor or warn them of impending danger
beaconn: a light or other visible object serving as a signal, guide, or warning
blinkv: to shut and open the eyes quickly; to gleam or glow in a regular or intermittent way
pulsarn: a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star that emits beams of electromagnetic radiation, which can be observed as regular pulses of light
detectionn: the act of discovering or identifying the presence of something
tantalizev: to tease or torment by presenting something desirable but out of reach or unattainable; to tempt or lure with the promise of something desirable
flashn: a sudden intense burst of radiant energy; a momentary brightness
astrophysicsn: the branch of physics concerned with the study of the properties and behavior of celestial objects and the physical processes that govern the behavior and evolution of the universe
indirectlyadv: not going straight to the point; implying or suggesting something
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
furiousadj: extremely angry; full of rage
rotationn: the action or process of moving in a circle around an axis or center
electromagneticadj: of or relating to the magnetism produced by electric charge in motion
gravityn: the force that attracts a body towards the center of the earth or towards any other physical body having mass; a manner that is solemn
disappearv: to cease to exist or be visible
observev: to watch or notice something carefully, often to gather information or insights; to take note of something or someone; to celebrate or commemorate a special event or occasion
binaryn: a system of numbers that uses only two digits, 0 and 1
companionn: a person or an animal with whom you spend a lot of time, or you travel
gorgen: a deep narrow valley between hills or mountains, usually with steep sides and a river running through it
looseadj: not securely fixed or fastened in place or able to be detached or separated from something
boundv: to move forward by leaps and bounds; to form the boundary of something
atmospheren: the mass of air that surrounds the Earth; the pervading tone or mood of a place, situation, or creative work
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
percentagen: the number, amount, or rate of something, which is usually the amount per hundred
waltzn: a ballroom dance in triple time that originated in Vienna and is characterized by a flowing, graceful style and a strong accent on the first beat of each measure
doomn: death, destruction, or some other terrible situation that cannot be avoided
mergern: the process of two or more companies joining together and becoming one entity, often to improve their competitive position or achieve synergies in operations or distribution
collidev: to hit something violently when moving
ripplen: a small wave on the surface of a liquid, typically caused by an object falling into it or a slight wind
calmadj: not excited, angry, or nervous; free from wind, large waves
relativeadj: considered and evaluated through comparison with something else
predictv: to state beforehand that something will happen in the future, mainly based on knowledge or experience
phenomenonn: something that exists and can be perceptible, especially one that is not fully understood
verifyv: to check that something exists or is true, or to prove that something is correct
observatoryn: a building designed and equipped to observe the planets, the stars, the weather, etc.
collisionn: an instance of two or more objects or entities crashing into each other, usually resulting in damage, impact, or conflict
telescopen: a device like a tube in shape containing lenses used to magnify and observe distant objects
gamman: the third letter of the Greek alphabet; a type of radiation having the shortest wavelength and highest energy of electromagnetic waves
rayn: a narrow line of light, heat, or another form of energy
X-rayn: a type of electromagnetic radiation that has a wavelength shorter than visible light allowing hidden objects such as bones and organs inside the body to be photographed
astronomyn: the scientific study of objects and matter outside the Earth’s atmosphere, especially the positions, motions, and evolution of celestial bodies
yieldn: the total output of crops, profits, etc. that are produced; (verb) to produce or supply helpful something, such as a profit, an amount of food, or information
treasuren: a valuable or desirable possession; something that is cherished or held dear; a collection of valuable objects or money that is hidden or protected
troven: a valuable collection of rare or interesting things, usually on the earth
bolsterv: to support or strengthen, often by adding extra assistance or resources
originn: the first existence or beginning of something
platinumn: a dense, precious, silvery-white metal with the atomic number 78 and the symbol Pt that is highly resistant to corrosion and tarnishing, often used in jewelry, coins, and industrial applications
upgradev: to improve the value or usefulness of something such as a machine, computer system, etc., or to replace it with something newer or of a higher standard
detectv: to find or recognize something, especially something difficult to see, hear, etc.
spectacularadj: striking or impressive to look at or in performance or achievement
demisen: death or the end of something
pulsen: the regular heartbeat as it sends blood around the body, especially when it is felt at the wrist or side of the neck; a solid regular vibration of sound, electric current, light, or other waves
spinningn: the act of rotating rapidly around an axis; in the context of textiles, the process of twisting fibers together to form thread or yarn
magnetn: an object or substance that can attract certain materials, such as iron or steel