- astronautical engineering,
- astronomer royal,
- astronomical clock,
- astronomical distance,
- astronomical frame of reference,
- astronomical refraction,
- astronomical telescope
Origin of astronomical
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Data from 107 galaxies out of the preliminary sample is freely available to the astronomical community for study.
No amount of money could meet his demands, making the damages for his suit “priceless”—hence the astronomical sum.
Just like mythological centaurs are half human and half horse, astronomical centaurs combine features of asteroids and comets.Chariklo, a Minor Planet Nicknamed a “Centaur,” Discovered to Have Rings|Matthew R. Francis|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Soldera continued to keep tongues wagging when he announced an astronomical price hike for his 2006 Vintage, from $300 to $600.Brunello’s King Lear: Gianfranco Soldera Reflects on the Attack on His Wine|Alice Feiring|December 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The astronomical valuation of Tesla could be a sign that investors are shrewdly predicting the future.Tesla’s Rise Forces Other Automakers to Up Their Electric Car Game|Daniel Gross|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is almost essential for any astronomical meridian or latitude.How to Observe in Archaeology|Various
Quito, with a position unparalleled for astronomical purposes, has no observatory.The Andes and the Amazon|James Orton
Throughout the greater part of its eastern half it is a river boundary, and in its western half an astronomical boundary.North America|Israel C. Russell
It seems to me rather that he has become interested in the astronomical lessons he has been giving the Young Girl.The Poet at the Breakfast Table|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
The civil solar year is determined by the astronomical solar year.
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.