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Gamma Ray - Official Site

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GAMMA RAY'S album 'Empire Of The Undead', released 28th March, 2014 has been voted album of the month from 'RockHard' and 'MetalHammer' for April 2014.

Gamma ray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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History of discovery. The first gamma ray source to be discovered historically was the radioactive decay process called gamma decay. In this type of decay, an excited ...

Gamma -rays - NASA Science

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If you could see gamma-rays, the night sky would look strange and unfamiliar. The gamma-ray moon just looks like a round blob - lunar features are not ...

Gamma Ray (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Gamma Ray is a power metal band from Hamburg, northern Germany, founded and fronted by Kai Hansen after his departure from the German power metal band Helloween.

What Are Gamma-Rays? - Live Science

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Gamma-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation. They can be used to treat cancer, and gamma-ray bursts are studied by astronomers.

Gamma rays | Define Gamma rays at Dictionary.com

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gamma ray A stream of high-energy electromagnetic radiation given off by an atomic nucleus undergoing radioactive decay. Because the wavelengths of gamma rays are ...

Gamma Ray — Free listening, videos, concerts, stats and ...

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Watch videos & listen free to Gamma Ray: Rebellion in Dreamland, Land of the Free & more. Founded in 1989 by Kai Hansen in Hamburg, Germany after leaving ...

gamma ray | physics | Britannica.com

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Gamma ray, X-ray: electromagnetic spectrum Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. electromagnetic radiation of the shortest wavelength and highest energy.

Gamma Rays - Mission:Science

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GAMMA RAY SKY. Gamma rays also stream from stars, supernovas, pulsars, and black hole accretion disks to wash our sky with gamma-ray light. These gamma-ray streams ...