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extrasolar

[ ek-struh-soh-ler ]

adjective

  1. outside, or originating outside, the sun or the solar system.


extrasolar

/ ˌɛkstrəˈsəʊlə /

adjective

  1. occurring or existing beyond the earth's solar system


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Word History and Origins

Origin of extrasolar1

First recorded in 1885–90; extra- + solar 1
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Example Sentences

They were also able to teach the AI to sift through thousands of abstracts to identify both low- and high-impact areas from two- and three-word topic phrases like “planetary system” or “extrasolar planet.”

The first transiting extrasolar planet revealed itself in 1999, when then-Harvard graduate student David Charbonneau drove to Colorado to do his thesis work with astronomer Tim Brown.

If he was right and the Fuzzies were declared the 9th extrasolar sapient race, there went the Company, charter and all!

“Which may be the ninth extrasolar sapient race,” Rainsford added.

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