The explosion of a small artificial moon in low orbit sends a meteoric rain onto the Ewok sanctuary, on a scale unmatched since Endor formed.
It began, inauspiciously, as a summer league team, but its dizzying ascent to prominence since then has been nothing short of meteoric .
These low 880 values represent precipitation from meteoric waters depleted in 180, or elevated temperatures during formation in burial settings.
In mitigation his lawyer told of the 35-year-old's meteoric rise from a supermarket worker to a multi-millionaire restaurant owner.
Once magmas erupt or cool beneath the surface, they are subjected to weathering and interaction with descending meteoric waters.
This quarter's results were the first set which showed some material revenue booking from wireless markets and this market is expected to continue growing at meteoric rates.
Doyle, 49, had a meteoric rise in the film industry.
America's working neophytes' unrestrained optimism stems from having come of age in a flush economy and a tight labor market, with lots of highly visible examples of meteoric corporate career arcs.
This dramatised resumé of Wilde's life and loves, his meteoric rise and catastrophic fall, is cleverly conceived and, in the main, well executed.
In the 1980s, a series of Rottweiler attacks squelched that breed's popularity, after what had been a meteoric rise.