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Troy's new drop-in, free-floating rails are the easiest to install, and most versatile free-floating system available on the market.
University of Notre Dame Astronomer David Bennett, who co-authored the study with Sumi, says the planets confirm the existence of free-floating planets and explain how they came to be.
com/prnh/20081007/38461LOGO) The discovery is based on a joint Japan-New Zealand survey that scanned the center of the Milky Way galaxy during 2006 and 2007, revealing evidence for up to 10 free-floating planets roughly the mass of Jupiter.
The shock waves erode surrounding gas clouds, and some of the waves may compress free-floating clouds, triggering them to collapse and make new stars.
The ingenious suspended platform design of the DuraWeigh(TM) Heavy-Duty Floor Scale features a free-floating chain and rod system to protect load cells from the costly damage caused by forklifts and pallet jacks from daily use, and to hold accurate calibration longer.
Many of these are caused by microbes that are common, free-floating inhabitants of the body but become virulent as part of a biofilm community.
Over the next 10 million years, an astronomically brief interval, the sigma Orionis cluster could easily expel these free-floating objects, says Zapatero Osorio.
A germicide flushed through a water distribution system kills free-floating microbes, but it can't touch bacteria embedded in the slimy biofilm.