light speed

  1. the speed at which light travels in a vacuum; the constancy and universality of the speed of light is recognized by defining it to be exactly 299,792,458 meters per second
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  • And why do marker arms fly up at light speed when raising a planter at headlands?
  • Try focusing on metrics that highlight speed: the time that it takes to bring a new product or service to market, the time that it takes to replenish or to restock the shelves with your product, the time that it takes to fill a customer order.
  • Excessive exposure to sunlight speeds up the ageing process of the skin.
  • Armstrong also flew dead-stick landings in the F-102 as well as the F-104: “These would vary the geometry of the pattern and the flight speeds and the energy management aspects of the trajectory to come up with a conclusion, what is the probable best technique?” First Man
  • By sliding your finger up and down that strip, you can control the sub-light speed of the ship, from full throttle to full reverse.
  • Excessive exposure to sunlight speeds up the ageing process of the skin.
  • The positive allometry of flight speeds ensures that translational speeds of volant vertebrate predators substantially exceed those of their insectan prey.
  • It brings, sends and stores data in vast batches at light speed, measures material and cuts it with sub-millimetric precision. - latest science and technology news stories
  • By having the bodywork lower, it is possible to take advantage of the ‘ground effect’ and gain some slight speed advantage.
  • Small subatomic particles such as photons, particles of light, and hypothetical particles called tachyons seem to have no problem reaching light speed.
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