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In contrast, solid rockets often have TNT equivalencies similar in magnitude to the mass of the propellant grain.

Liquid propellant rockets can be throttled in realtime, and have good control of mixture ratio; they can also be shut down, and, with a suitable ignition system,
of major meteor showers.

Other passive objects affecting propagation interfere with wireless operation and measurement.

Initially there was no knowledge of the occurrence of anomalous radar propagation that could occur under certain meteorological conditions.

It is most commonly used for the propagation of trees and shrubs grown commercially.

The mathematics of wave propagation in crystalline solids consists of treating the harmonics as an ideal Fourier series of sinusoidal density fluctuations (or atomic displacement waves).

Apart from this self-propagation, the MPack kit is also known for much more aggressive spreading tactics, most notably the compromise of about 10,000 websites in june 2007. Keizer, Gregg (june 10, 2007).

Macromolecules, 28, 552 69 (1995) ::(How microscopic events govern a major determinant of properties in this widely used process.) A priori prediction of propagation rate coefficients in free radical polymerizations: propagation of ethylene.

As opposed to multipath propagation, bandlimited channels are present in both wired and wireless communications.

It is a reasonable assumption for many organizations to simply disallow propagation of private addresses on their networks unless they are explicitly in use.

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