Mathematics and Science
- blue jet, a type of upper atmosphere lightning phenomena
- jet (fluid), a coherent stream of fluid that is projected into a surrounding medium, usually from some kind of a nozzle or aperture
- water jet (recreation), a personal-use water cannon that can be turned to spray in different directions and is usually found in water parks
- jet (lignite), a type of coal used in some jewelry (origin of the adjective "jet-black")
- jet (mathematics)
- jet (particle physics), a narrow cone of hadrons and other particles produced by the hadronization of a quark or gluon in a particle physics or heavy ion experiment
- jet bundle
- jet stream, in meteorology, commonly referred to as "jet"
- Joint European Torus, an experimental nuclear fusion machine
- polar jet, a phenomenon in astronomy, where streams of matter are emitted along the axis of rotation of a compact object
- relativistic jet, an extremely powerful jet of plasma which emerges from the centers of some active galaxies
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