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"Third Star" is a 2010 British drama film directed by Hattie Dalton and starring Benedict Cumberbatch, JJ Feild, Tom Burke, Adam Robertson, and Hugh Bonneville. It premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival in June 2010, where it was shown as the closing film, and was released in the United Kingdom on 20 May 2011.
- also known as 써드스타
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- producers: Kelly Broad & Vaughan Sivell
- executive producers: Pauline Burt, Margaret Matheson, Nigel Thomas
- production design by Richard Campling
- art direction by Johnny Campling
- written by Vaughan Sivell
- casting by Catherine Willis
- cinematography by Carlos Catalán
- edited by Peter Christelis
- music by Steve Hilton
- costume design by Marianne Agertoft
- genres: Comedy-drama, Tragicomedy, Comedy, Drama
- released on (5 years ago)
- official website: thirdstar.wordpress.com
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Space Encyclopedia (2013)
A Tour of Our Solar System and Beyond by David A. Aguilar, Christine Pulliam, Patricia Daniels
A third star, Alpha Centauri C, is a red dwarf and orbits farther away. In 20l2' tiny wobbles in the motion of Alpha Centauri B told astrono— mers that an Earth-size planet is orbiting it. The planet is too close to the sunlike star to support life.
With Games and Play Ground Amusements
The stars must differ in size in this manner; let the stars which you put in first, be a little less than the bore of the case, but let the next star be a little larger, and the third star a little larger than the second, and so on. When you fill a number of ...
Firefly Astronomy Dictionary (2003)
by John Woodruff
There is also a third star, but it does not take part in the eclipses. Algol lies 93 light years away. Algonquin Radio Observatory A radio astronomy observatory at Lake Traverse, Ontario, run by the National Research Council of Canada.
A Dictionary of Astronomy (2012)
by Ian Ridpath
There is a third star, known as Castor C or YY Geminorum, ...
A Dictionary of Science (1873)
Comprising Astronomy, Chemistry, Dynamics, Electricity, Heat, Hydrodynamics, Hydrostatics, Light, Magnetism, Mechanics, Meteorology, Pneumatics, Sound, and Statics; Preceded by an Essay on the History of the Physical Sciences by George Farrer Rodwell
In the beginning of 1838 it increased in brightness until it was nearly equal to a Centauri (the third star in the heavens for brightness). Then it diminished but not below the first magnitude, until 1843, in April of which year it increased again until ...
third star a little larger than the second, and so on: let * them increase in diameter till within two of the top of the case, which two must fit in tight .
by Constantine Santas, James M. Wilson, Maria Colavito, Djoymi Baker
third Star Wars episode, Revenge of the Sith, is the culmination of the two previous episodes, which wrap up the hexalogy of Star Wars as it now stands, although another episode is in the planning stages, expected to be out in 2015.
third star in on. c°"Y°_|v'ulus- [L.] A rnonopetalous plant with twining stems, including the bindweed, with flowers beautifully colored. Morning glory, and sweet potato belong ...
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