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Astronomers from all over the world use the Hubble Space Telescope. Astronomical Unit (AU). The average distance between the Earth and the Sun, which is ...

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Astronomy Vocabulary Word List · A. albedo. Alpha Centauri. apastron. aperture · B background radiation. Bailey's beads. big bang theory. binary star · C ...

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Astronomy glossary explains basic astronomical terms, M. ... During the late 18th century (1759-1781), the French astronomer Charles Messier made a list of ...

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C · Cartography: The various operations (observations, development and design) needed as a whole to produce a geographical map. · Celsius: Centesimal ...

library.ccis.edu/astronomy/terms

Jan 13, 2021 ... Astronomy Resource Guide: Concepts and Terms ... In astronomy, the explosive event that marked the origin of the universe as we know it.

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Search for and learn about common radio astronomy glossary terms. ... Astronomical unit (au): A unit of distance equal to the average distance between the ...

www.skatelescope.org/radio-astronomy/radioastronomyglossary

The following glossary relates to radio and general astronomy and may be useful for people not familiar with some of the terms on this website. Go to Section: A B ...

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Astronomy: terms used in astronomy: achondrite, aerolite, aerospace, aerosphere, albedo | Collins English Word Lists.

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Feb 11, 2017 ... The word satellite is used interchangeably with moon, and astronomers speak and write about the moons of Neptune, Saturn, etc. The term ...

skyandtelescope.org/astronomy-terms

Astronomy Terms · Angular Size and Distance The apparent size of an object in the sky, or the distance between two objects, measured as an angle. · Aperture