Luminous may refer to:

  • Luminous (EP), the sixth release from American Futurepop band Cesium 137
  • Luminous (story collection), a 1998 short story collection by Greg Egan
  • Luminous, LLC, a contact lens company with headquarters in Portland, Oregon
  • A music album by Chris Murphy (violinist)
  • A music album by Bill Nelson (musician)
  • Luminous (game engine), a video game engine developed by Square Enix
  • ルミナス, a music album by ClariS
  • Luminous (song), 2012 single by Jedward

Other articles related to "luminous":

Luminous (EP)
... Luminous is the sixth release from the American Futurepop band Cesium_137 ... Luminous was the band's first EP after a three year break ...
Luminous Mind
... Luminous mind (also, "brightly shining mind," "brightly shining citta") (Sanskrit prakṛti-prabhāsvara-citta, Pali pabhassara citta) is a term attributed to the Buddha in the Nikayas ... The mind(Citta) is said to be "luminous" whether or not it is tainted by mental defilements ... The Theravada school identifies the "luminous mind" with the bhavanga, a concept first proposed in the Theravada Abhidhamma ...
Luminous Red Nova - Discovery
... number of objects exhibiting the characteristics of luminous red novae have been observed over the last 30 years or so ... star M31 RV in the Andromeda Galaxy flared brightly during 1988 and may have been a luminous red nova ... The first confirmed Luminous Red Nova was the object M85 OT2006-1, in the Messier 85 galaxy ...
Super Soft X-ray Source - Luminous Supersoft X-ray Sources
... Luminous super soft X-ray sources have a characteristic blackbody temperature of a few tens of eV (~20-100 eV) and a bolometric luminosity of ~1038 erg/s (be ... Apparently, luminous SSSs can have equivalent blackbody temperatures as low as ~15 eV and luminosities ranging from 1036 to 1038 erg/s ... The numbers of luminous SSSs in the disks of ordinary spiral galaxies such as the MW and M31 are estimated to be on the order of 103 ...

Famous quotes containing the word luminous:

    Drawing is a struggle between nature and the artist, in which the better the artist understands the intentions of nature, the more easily he will triumph over it. For him it is not a question of copying, but of interpreting in a simpler and more luminous language.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)

    A quibble is to Shakespeare what luminous vapours are to the traveller: he follows it at all adventures; it is sure to lead him out of his way and sure to engulf him in the mire.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    let geese
    Gabble and hiss, but heroes seek release
    From dusty bondage into luminous air.
    Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892–1950)