Origin of parallax
OTHER WORDS FROM parallaxpar·al·lac·tic [par-uh-lak-tik], /ˌpær əˈlæk tɪk/, adjectivepar·al·lac·ti·cal·ly, adverb
Words nearby parallax
How to use parallax in a sentence
One of the biggest sources of that uncertainty has been the distances to nearby stars — distances that the new parallax data appears to all but nail down.
Although a series of papers by Madore and Freedman’s team aren’t expected for a few weeks, they noted that the new parallax data and correction formula appear to work well.
The astronomer Tycho Brahe didn’t detect any such stellar parallax and thereby concluded that Earth does not move.
Worse, this parallax “offset” depends in complicated ways on objects’ positions, colors and brightness.
They couldn't measure the parallax to the nearest star, so they would have no idea of stellar distances.Islands of Space|John W Campbell
The most obvious and direct method is to determine the parallactic motion of the stars of known parallax.
The parallax decreases as the distance of the body increases.Essays|Ralph Waldo Emerson
Life becomes awful by its reaches: its span from zenith to nadir, by moral parallax.
The efforts to discover stellar parallax were, of course, still continued.