Here we are to spend two or three days, making a series of astronomic observations for latitude and longitude.
Emerson speaks of Swedenborg's faculties working with astronomic punctuality, and this would apply to Purcell's musical faculties.
We also desire to establish an astronomic station here; and hence this will be our stopping place for several days.
astronomic observations could be made from it as if it were solid rock rooted in the heart of the earth.
The fact that in Dr. 25 and 26 K appears as regent of the year, is an argument in favor of his astronomic significance.
Fire prevails in the heart and the thoracic viscera, which bear an astronomic relation with the south.
There is no discussion of this remarkable subject, no mention in any other astronomic journal.
If astronomic aberration happens, it is because the source, a star, is in motion with reference to the observer.
And he wished his faculties to work with astronomic punctuality.
Can the preceding theories be reconciled with astronomic observations?
1550s, from astronomy + -ical. Popular meaning "immense, concerning very large figures" (as sizes and distances in astronomy) is attested from 1899. Astronomical unit (abbreviation A.U.) "mean distance from Earth to Sun," used as a unit of measure of distance in space, is from 1909. Related: Astronomically.
Inconceivably large: an astronomical price for that car