Definitions for "Quasar"
Quasar is loosely based on an old game that used to be played on BBS servers a very long time ago. The concept is simple and very addictive; you travel around the galaxy in your spaceship, trading resources, colonizing planets and conquering other player
A Compact, extra-galactic object which emits huge amounts of energy, but looks like a point of light. Black holes are thought to live at the center of quasars. Several thousand quasars are known. Quasar is actually short for quasi-stellar object (QSO).
An extremely distant and luminous active galactic nucleus that may outshine its parent galaxy by a factor of 1,000 or more. Sometimes called a quasi-stellar object (QSO).
The Quasar is an enclosed feet forwards motorcycle, or arguably Microcar, made by Malcom Newell, who made a number of similar vehicleshttp://www.voidstar.com/bff/ffnewell.html Micheal Newell Feet forwards motorcycle listing and Ken Leamanhttp://www.quasarworld.plus.com/history.htm Various history on the bike. It used an 850cc engine built by Reliant Motors and was capable of crusing at and exceeding 100MPHhttp://www.3wheelers.com/reliant.html Talk of the engine.
Quasar (real name Wendell Elvis Vaughn) is a fictional character, a comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. He is one of Marvel's cosmic heroes, a character whose adventures frequently take him into outer space or other dimensions. However, Quasar deviates from the archetype of the noble, dauntless alien set by such silver-age cosmic heroes as the Silver Surfer, Adam Warlock, and Captain Mar-Vell in that he is an everyman.
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Quasar is a North American brand of electronics, first used by Motorola in 1967 for a model line of transistorized color televisions, which were well-known for containing all serviceable parts in a drawer beneath the television's cabinet. Soon, it was established as its own brand, with all Motorola-manufactured televisions being sold as "Quasar by Motorola".