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the rising of the earth above the horizon of the moon or other celestial body, viewed from that body's surface or from a spacecraft orbiting it.
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It had become almost a ritual with us these last few years, staying up night after night to watch the earthrise.The Statue|Mari Wolf
British Dictionary definitions for earthrise
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the rising of the earth above the lunar horizon, as seen from a spacecraft emerging from the lunar farside
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