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The amount of force that a vaporizing ice exerts on a comet depends on factors such as how much the ice heats up when it absorbs energy, the mass of its molecules and even the ice’s crystal structure.
As they warm up and their ices vaporize, they create bright comae and tails.
Cryogenics technologies will enable better storage of extraterrestrial volatiles—or frozen elements that can be vaporized.
Although both comets and asteroids are small objects orbiting the sun, icy comets sprout beautiful tails when their ice vaporizes in the heat of the sun.
The lasers vaporize a small target, which can be made of various materials, such as plastic.
Most of these are so small they’d be vaporized by the atmosphere, but others are big enough to impact the surface and do serious damage.
The crude petroleum is distilled as rapidly as possible with fire heat to vaporize off the naphthas and the burning oils.
AVIATION ENGINESVICTOR WILFRED PAG
These vaporize in the arc producing the flaming arc light of a bright yellow color, and give more light than the ordinary lamp.
PHYSICSWILLIS EUGENE TOWER
We simply apply heat to melt the ice and then more heat to vaporize the water.
We put in more dampers, but it kept going up and up, and I thought it might vaporize any minute.
THE STAR LORDBOYD ELLANBY

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