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Princeton's WordNet

  1. beaming, gladadjective

    cheerful and bright

    "a beaming smile"; "a glad May morning"

  2. beamingadjective

    pleased and proud

    "beaming parents"

  3. beaming, beamy, effulgent, radiant, refulgentadjective

    radiating or as if radiating light

    "the beaming sun"; "the effulgent daffodils"; "a radiant sunrise"; "a refulgent sunset"

Wiktionary

  1. beamingadjective

    Smilingly happy; showing happy emotion.

Wikipedia

  1. beaming

    Relativistic beaming (also known as Doppler beaming, Doppler boosting, or the headlight effect) is the process by which relativistic effects modify the apparent luminosity of emitting matter that is moving at speeds close to the speed of light. In an astronomical context, relativistic beaming commonly occurs in two oppositely-directed relativistic jets of plasma that originate from a central compact object that is accreting matter. Accreting compact objects and relativistic jets are invoked to explain x-ray binaries, gamma-ray bursts, and, on a much larger scale, active galactic nuclei (quasars are also associated with an accreting compact object, but are thought to be merely a particular variety of active galactic nuclei, or AGNs). Beaming affects the apparent brightness of a moving object. Consider a cloud of gas moving relative to the observer and emitting electromagnetic radiation. If the gas is moving towards the observer, it will be brighter than if it were at rest, but if the gas is moving away, it will appear fainter. The magnitude of the effect is illustrated by the AGN jets of the galaxies M87 and 3C 31 (see images at right). M87 has twin jets aimed almost directly towards and away from Earth; the jet moving towards Earth is clearly visible (the long, thin blueish feature in the top image), while the other jet is so much fainter it is not visible. In 3C 31, both jets (labeled in the lower figure) are at roughly right angles to our line of sight, and thus, both are visible. The upper jet actually points slightly more in Earth's direction and is therefore brighter.Relativistically moving objects are beamed due to a variety of physical effects. Light aberration causes most of the photons to be emitted along the object's direction of motion. The Doppler effect changes the energy of the photons by red- or blue-shifting them. Finally, time intervals as measured by clocks moving alongside the emitting object are different from those measured by an observer on Earth due to time dilation and photon arrival time effects. How all of these effects modify the brightness, or apparent luminosity, of a moving object is determined by the equation describing the relativistic Doppler effect (which is why relativistic beaming is also known as Doppler beaming).

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  1. beaming

    Beaming refers to expressing happiness or pride through one's facial expressions, usually by smiling radiantly or brightly. The term can also be used to describe the process of transmitting something, such as a signal or beam of light, in a specific direction.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Beaming

    of Beam

  2. Beamingadjective

    emitting beams; radiant

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of beaming in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of beaming in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of beaming in a Sentence

  1. Sarah Spanos:

    We were hoping for a medal, but for her to hit the wall first was just beyond any of our expectations, and just everybody’s beaming with pride and joy and just tears, lot of tears.

  2. Charles Dickens:

    With affection beaming out of one eye, and calculation shining out of the other.

  3. Hugh Elliott:

    Miracles You do not have to look for them. They are there, 24 7, beaming like radio waves all around you. Put up the antenna, turn up the volume - snap... crackle... this just in, every person you talk to is a chance to change the world...

  4. Brad Russell:

    Routers used to be seen as a purely functional device with a bunch of unsightly antennas that you'd hide inside a room, now they're designed to be Apple-esque things that are beautiful to look at. Some of these newfangled WiFi routers are here today ; others are coming soon. We ’ll be putting many of their claims to the test as the devices appear on the market. And we’ve already tested theEeroandGoogle Asus OnHubrouters — which had split results compared to other routers in our labs. Here’s what the newcomers are promising. Probably the biggest complaint among WiFi users is that there are places in the house where wireless signals don't quite reach. There are a number of solutions to this, including the use of WiFi extenders, but these can be a pain to use and they’re not always effective. For one thing, many of them use the same radios for both receiving and sending data, which cuts their throughput, or speed. Most of these repeaters also create a secondary network you must manually log onto during setup. Routers like the Eero and Luma( promised for June) take a different approach. Instead of one box sitting in the middle of your house beaming radio signals in all directions, these companies let you deploy multiple routers that communicate via mesh networking — so the WiFi router in your living room connects to the one in your study, which talks to the one upstairs in the master bedroom, and so on, blanketing your house in WiFi signals. In addition to testing Eero routers in our lab, both as a standalone device and as a three-pack, we installed a set of them in an editor's home, and found that the system largely lived up to its claims for wide coverage and easy setup. Every new generation of router technology is faster than the previous one. Routers that use the current WiFi radio protocol( known as 802.11 ac) can handle more data than those based on the previous protocol( 802.11 n) — and all of the recommended routers in our Ratings adhere to 802.11. ac. The next-generation devices, called.

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