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celestial sphere

  • 1 九霄云外

    beyond the highest heavens —far, far away
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    beyond the highest heavens
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    beyond the highest heavens
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    jiu3 xiao1 yun2 wai4
    beyond the topmost clouds (idiom), unimaginably far away
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    九霄云外
    jiǔ xiāo yún wài
    be flung to the four winds; beyond the highest heavens; most ephemeral clouds; take flight to the far land of Java; (consign) the land of nowhere, beyond the ninth heaven and the most ephemeral clouds; (recede from one's mind far into) the ninth celestial sphere; (vanish into) the ninth region of heaven; (have flown away into) the ninth sphere of the heavens; (throw) to the winds
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    九霄雲外|九霄云外 [jiǔ xiāo yún wài] beyond the topmost clouds (idiom) unimaginably far away

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  • 2 北极星

    polestar; a bright star that is near the north celestial pole, one of the stars that comprise ursa minor, consulted for orientation because it appears almost fixed on the celestial sphere observed from the earth
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    cynosure; lodestar; Polaris; polestar
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    Polaris; cynosure; lodestar; north star; polestar
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    Bei3 ji2 xing1
    North Star, Polaris
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    北极星
    běi jí xīng
    Polaris; North Star; Pole Star; polestar; loadstar (出现在天空北部的一颗亮星, 现在是小熊座α, 到公元14,000年将是织女星)
    “北极星” 弹道导弹 (美) Polaris;
    北极星时角测量法 Pole star's hour-angle method;
    北极星序 north polar sequence
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    北極星|北极星 [Běi jí xīng] North Star Polaris

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  • 3 北極星

    polestar; a bright star that is near the north celestial pole, one of the stars that comprise ursa minor, consulted for orientation because it appears almost fixed on the celestial sphere observed from the earth
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    Bei3 ji2 xing1
    North Star, Polaris
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    北極星|北极星 [Běi jí xīng] North Star Polaris

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  • 4

    danger; peril, the twelfth of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy, endanger; imperil, dying, high; precipitous, proper
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    danger; dying; endanger; high; proper
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    danger; dying; endanger; high; proper
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    n. danger
    v. endanger
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    Wei1
    surname Wei
    2)
    wei1
    danger, to endanger, Taiwan pr.
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    wēi
    (危险) danger; peril:
    居安思危 think of danger in times of peace;
    临危不惧 face danger fearlessly; betray no fear in an hour of danger;
    转危为安 take a turn for the better and be out of danger
    (书) (屋脊) ridge (of a roof)
    (二十八宿之一) Wei, one of the lunar mansions
    (姓氏) a surname:
    危全讽 Wei Quanfeng
    (使处于危险境地; 危害) endanger; imperil; jeopardize:
    危及某人的生命(财产; 名誉; 安全) endanger sb.'s life (property; reputation; security);
    散逸的水雷开始在太平洋海岸出现而危及商船的航行。 Stray mines began to turn up off the Pacific coast, imperilling commercial shipping.
    他的愚蠢行为可能会危及他的整个前程。 His foolish behaviour may put his whole future in jeopardy.
    (危险的; 不安全) dangerous; perilous:
    危局 a dangerous situation
    (人快要死去) dying:
    病危 be critically ill; be dying
    (书) (高) high; precipitous:
    危楼 a high tower;
    危崖 a precipitous cliff
    (书) (端正) proper; upright:
    正襟危坐 sit up properly
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    Ⅰ. 危|危 [Wēi] surname Wei
    Ⅱ. 危|危 [wēi] danger to endanger Taiwan pr. [wéi]

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  • 5 天球

    celestial sphere
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    celestial sphere
    【电】 cellestial sphere
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    celestial sphere
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    tian1 qiu2
    celestial sphere
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    天球
    tiān qiú
    {天} celestial sphere; sphere
    天球赤道 {天} celestial equator; equinoctial;
    天球地平 celestial horizon;
    天球地平圈 {天} celestial horizon; rational horizon;
    天球切面 plane of the sky;
    天球子午圈 celestial meridian;
    天球坐标 celestial coordinate;
    天球坐标系 celestial coordinate system
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    天球|天球 [tiān qiú] celestial sphere

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    the fifteenth of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of sixteen stars, said to be like a person striding, in Pisces)
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    n. stride
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    kui2
    crotch, 15th of the 28th constellations of Chinese astronomy
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    kuí
    (二十八宿之一) Kui, one of the lunar mansions
    (姓氏) a surname:
    奎照 Kui Zhao
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    奎|奎 [kuí] crotch 15th of the 28th constellations of Chinese astronomy

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  • 7

    woman; female, daughter; girl, the tenth of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of four stars in the shape of a sieve in Aquarius)
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    woman
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    woman
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    n. woman, female, frail, daughter, girl
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    1)
    nu:3
    female, woman, daughter
    2)
    ru3
    archaic variant of 汝
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    (女性; 女子) woman; female:
    女歌手 songstress;
    女民兵 militiawoman
    (女儿) daughter; girl:
    独生女 one's only daughter;
    私生女 natural daughter;
    长女 eldest daughter;
    子女 sons and daughters; children
    (二十八宿之一) Nü, one of the lunar mansions
    (姓氏) a surname:
    女叔 Nü Shu
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    Ⅰ. 女|女 [nu] female woman daughter
    Ⅱ. 女|女 [rǔ] archaic variant of ↑ [rǔ]

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  • 8

    tail, the sixth of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of nine stars in the shape of a hook in Scorpio), tail-like part, end, remaining part; remnant, (used for fish)
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    end; remnant; tail; trail
    【化】 tail end
    【医】 cauda; caudae; tail
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    cauda; offal; trail
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    n. tail, end, remaining part, final stage of a project, hairs on a horse's tail, spikelets on a cricket's tail
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    wei3
    tail, remainder, remnant, extremity, sixth of the 28 constellations, classifier for fish
    2)
    yi3
    horse's tail, pointed posterior section of a locust etc
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    wěi
    (尾巴) tail:
    马尾 horsetail
    (二十八宿之一) Wei,one of the lunar mansions
    (末端; 末尾) end:
    船尾 stern;
    巷尾 the end of an alley;
    年尾 the end of the year
    (主要部分以外的部分; 没有了结的事情) remaining part; remnant:
    这项工程该收尾了。 The remaining part of the project should be accomplished.
    (姓氏) a surname:
    尾敦 Wei Dun
    (用于鱼):
    一尾鱼 one fish
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    Ⅰ. 尾|尾 [wěi] tail remainder remnant extremity sixth of the 28 constellations classifier for fish
    Ⅱ. 尾|尾 [yǐ] horse's tail pointed posterior section of a locust etc

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  • 9

    open; spread; stretch, set out; display, magnify; exaggerate, look, (of a shop) start business; set up, (used for paper, paintings, leather, etc.; beds, tables, etc.; mouths and faces; bows), the twenty-sixth of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of five stars in the shape of a drawn bow in Hydra)
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    exaggerate; open; set out; sheet; spread
    【机】 sheet
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    exaggerate; open; set out; sheet; spread
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    n. opening of a new shop, leaf
    v. spread, stretch, open up, look
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    1)
    Zhang1
    surname Zhang
    2)
    zhang1
    to open up, to spread, sheet of paper, classifier for flat objects, sheet, classifier for votes
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    zhāng
    (书) (给弓或乐器上弦) fix (a bowstring); string (a musical instrument):
    改弦更张 refix a bowstring; restring a musical instrument; make a fresh (new) start; start afresh
    (分开; 放开) open; spread; stretch:
    张翅膀儿 spread the wings;
    张大眼睛 open one's eyes wide;
    张弓 draw a bow;
    张开手 open one's hand(s);
    请把嘴张大些。 Open your mouth wider, please.
    他张臂拥抱她。 He stretched his arms and embraced her.
    (陈设; 铺排) set out; display:
    大张筵席 lay on a feast
    (伸展; 扩大) expand; extend:
    扩张 expand; enlarge; spread;
    伸张 uphold; promote
    (铺张; 夸大) magnify; exaggerate:
    夸张 exaggerate; overstate;
    虚张声势 make an empty show of strength
    (看; 望) look:
    东张西望 gaze (peer) around
    (放纵; 无拘束) give free rein to; indulge:
    嚣张 rampant; aggressive
    (商店开业) (of a shop) start business; set up:
    开张 open a business; begin doing business
    (施展) put to good use; give free play to:
    大张挞伐 declare war on a country to punish it for its iniquities
    (书) (设机关罗网以捕鸟兽) catch with a net; net; trap:
    张鸟 catch birds with a net;
    张鱼 net fish
    (书) (使强大) enlarge
    (紧; 急) nervous; tense:
    慌张 flurried; flustered
    (用于纸、皮子等):
    一张纸 a piece (sheet) of paper;
    两张画 two pictures;
    一张银狐皮 a silver fox fur;
    五张铁板 five iron plates
    (用于床、桌子等):
    一张床 a bed;
    四张桌子 four tables;
    七张犁 seven ploughs
    (用于嘴、脸):
    一张笑脸 a smiling face;
    长着一张樱桃小口的姑娘 a girl with a rosebud mouth;
    她有一张巧(利; 快)嘴。 She has a plausible (sharp; quick) tongue.
    (用于弓):
    一张弓 a bow
    (二十八宿之一) Zhang, one of the lunar mansions
    (姓氏) a surname:
    张骞 Zhang Qian
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    Ⅰ. 張|张 [Zhāng] surname Zhang
    Ⅱ. 張|张 [zhāng] to open up to spread sheet of paper classifier for flat objects, sheet classifier for votes

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    open; spread; stretch, set out; display, magnify; exaggerate, look, (of a shop) start business; set up, (used for paper, paintings, leather, etc.; beds, tables, etc.; mouths and faces; bows), the twenty-sixth of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of five stars in the shape of a drawn bow in Hydra)
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    n. opening of a new shop, leaf
    v. spread, stretch, open up, look
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    1)
    Zhang1
    surname Zhang
    2)
    zhang1
    to open up, to spread, sheet of paper, classifier for flat objects, sheet, classifier for votes
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    Ⅰ. 張|张 [Zhāng] surname Zhang
    Ⅱ. 張|张 [zhāng] to open up to spread sheet of paper classifier for flat objects, sheet classifier for votes

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    the eighteenth of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of seven stars in Pleiades)
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    n. Pleiades
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    mao3
    the Pleiades
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    mǎo
    (二十八宿之一) Mao, one of the lunar mansions
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    昴|昴 [mǎo] the Pleiades

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  • 12

    the wings of a bird, an insect, etc., the wings of an aeroplane; fin, flank (of an army, etc.); wing (of a building), the twenty-seventh of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of twenty-two stars in Crater and Hydra), assist (a ruler)
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    aid; ala; limb; pinna; wing
    【医】 ala; alae; flange; pinna; ptero-; pterygo-; wing
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    ala; limb; pinna; vane; wing
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    n. wing, ala, flank, side, edge, division, arm, section, faction
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    1)
    Yi4
    surname Yi, alternative name for 絳, 绛, capital of the Jin State during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-475 BC)
    2)
    yi4
    wing, area surrounding the bullseye of a target, to assist, one of the 28 constellations of Chinese astronomy, old variant of 翌
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    (翅膀) the wing of a bird:
    比翼双飞 pair off wing to wing; fly side by side;
    鼓翼 winnow the wings
    (像翅膀的东西) the wing of an aeroplane, etc.:
    鼻翼 wing of nose;
    机翼 wings of an aeroplane
    (侧) side; flank:
    从左右两翼夹攻敌人 attack the enemy on both flanks;
    主楼的两翼 the two wings of the main building
    (二十八宿之一) Yi, one of the lunar mansions
    (姓氏) a surname:
    翼奉 Yi Feng
    (书) (帮助; 辅佐) assist (a ruler); aid:
    翼助 render assistance (to a ruler)
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    Ⅰ. 翼|翼 [Yì] surname Yi alternative name for ↑ |↑ [Jiàng] capital of the Jin State during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-475 BC)
    Ⅱ. 翼|翼 [yì] wing area surrounding the bullseye of a target to assist one of the 28 constellations of Chinese astronomy old variant of ↑

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  • 13

    stomach, the seventeenth of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of three stars in Musca Borealis)
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    stomach; paunch; tummy
    【医】 gaster-; gastr-; gastro-; stomach; stomachus; ventriculus
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    stomach; paunch; tummy
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    n. stomach
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    wei4
    stomach, CL:個, 个
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    wèi
    (消化器官的一部分) stomach:
    洗胃 wash out the stomach;
    胃痛 have a pain in the stomach;
    她吃得太多, 伤了胃。 She injured her stomach by eating too much.
    (二十八宿之一) Wei, one of the lunar mansions
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    胃|胃 [wèi] stomach CL:↑ |↑ [gè]

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  • 14

    the cross board at the rear of an ancient carriage, carriage, the last of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of four stars in Corvus), sorrowful; distressed
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    v. sorrow, lament, mourn, grieve
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    zhen3
    square, strongly (as of emotion)
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    軫|轸 [zhěn] square strongly (as of emotion)

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    the cross board at the rear of an ancient carriage, carriage, the last of the twenty-eight constellations (二十八宿) into which the celestial sphere was divided in ancient Chinese astronomy (consisting of four stars in Corvus), sorrowful; distressed
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    v. sorrow, lament, mourn, grieve
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    zhen3
    square, strongly (as of emotion)
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    zhěn
    (书) (车后横木) the cross board at the rear of an ancient carriage
    (书) (借指车) carriage
    (二十八宿之一) Zhen, one of the lunar mansions
    (姓氏) a surname:
    轸坚 Zhen Jian
    (书) (悲痛) sorrowful; grieved; distressed
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    軫|轸 [zhěn] square strongly (as of emotion)

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  • 16 天球仪

    celestial globe
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    celestial globe
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    天球仪
    tiān qiú yí
    celestial globe; celestial sphere; star globe; cosmosphere:
    中国东汉科学家张衡发明的天球仪是世界上最早的天球仪。 它可以测出太阳和月亮的角直径都是0.5度, 黄赤交角为24度。 The celestial globe invented by Zhang Heng, Chinese scientist of the East Han Dynasty (25 A.D. - 220 A.D.), was the first of its kind in the world. It determined that the angular diameter of both the sun and the moon was 0.5° and the obliquity of the ecliptic was 24°.

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  • 17 sphere

    [sfɪə(r)]
    n; c
    1) 球体 [qiútǐ]
    2) (area) 领域 [lǐngyù]

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  • 18 天体

    celestial body
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    celestial bodies; celestial body; globe; heavenly bodies; orb; sphere
    【法】 celestial body
    相关词组: 天体测定
    天体的
    天体气象学
    天体摄影术
    天体图
    天体物理学
    天体物理学的
    天体物理学家
    天体学
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    celestial bodies; celestial body; globe; heavenly bodies; orb; sphere
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    adj. astronomical
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    tian1 ti3
    celestial body, nude body
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    天体
    tiān tǐ
    celestial body; heavenly body; world; aster; astrodome; ball; star
    天体表面的褶皱 accident;
    天体测光 astronomical photometry; astrophotometry;
    天体测量 uranometry; astrometry;
    天体测量赤纬 astrometric declination;
    天体测量(学) astrometry;
    天体测量学家 astrometrist;
    天体测量仪 astrometer;
    天体测量仪器 astrometric instrument;
    天体测温计 astronomical pyrometer;
    天体尘 kroykonite;
    天体初现 apparition;
    天体出没磁方位角 {航空} magnetic amplitude;
    天体出没方位角 amplitude;
    天体磁学 astromagnetism;
    天体大气学 aeronomy;
    天体弹道学 astroballistics;
    天体导航 coelonavigation; stellar guidance;
    天体等离子体 astrophysical plasma;
    天体地球物理学 astrogeophysics;
    天体地质学 astrogeology;
    天体地质学家 astrogeologist;
    天体(照相)底板 astroplate;
    天体动力学 astrodynamics;
    天体方位同步传动装置 azimuth synchro-drive gear;
    天体分光 astrospectroscopy;
    天体分光光度测量 astronomical spectrophotometry;
    天体分光计 astrospectrometer;
    天体辐射 astronomical radiation;
    天体跟踪器 automatic startracking device; star tracker;
    天体观测群 {航海} round of sights;
    天体观测卫星 orbiting astronomical observatory (OAO);
    天体观察 uranoscopy;
    天体光度测量 astronomical photometry;
    天体光度计 astrophotometer;
    天体光度学 astronomical photometry; astrophotometry;
    天体光谱学 astronomical spectroscopy; astrospectroscopy; astrospectromeyry;
    天体高度曲线 {航空} altitude curve;
    天体轨道 sphere;
    天体核子学 astronucleonics;
    天体化学 astrochemistry;
    天体恐怖 astrophobia
    天体立体照片 astrostereogram;
    天体力学 celestial mechanics; mechanical astronomy;
    天体碰撞 collision of celestial body;
    天体碰撞坑 {地质} astrobleme;
    天体偏振测量 astropolarimetry;
    天体偏振计 astropolarimeter;
    天体起源学 cosmogony;
    天体器 Astron;
    天体气象学 astrometeorology;
    天体摄动 astronomical perturbation;
    天体摄谱仪 astronomical spectrograph; astrospectrograph;
    天体摄影术 stellar photography;
    天体生物学 astrobiology;
    天体生物物理学 bioastrophysics;
    天体视向速度仪 astrovelocimeter;
    天体视增大 {天} augmentation;
    天体图 map; astrograph;
    天体温度 temperature of celestial body;
    天体物理天体测量(学) astrophysical astrometry;
    天体物理效应 astrophysical effect;
    天体物理学 astrophysics;
    天体演化 cosmogony;
    天体演化史学家 astrochrologist;
    天体演化学 cosmogony;
    天体演化学家 cosmogonist;
    天体演化学说 cosmogonal theory;
    天体要素 ether; aether;
    天体运动理论 celestial motion theory;
    天体照相 astrophotography;
    天体照相双合透镜 astrographic doublet;
    天体照相学 astrography; astrophotography;
    天体照相仪 {天} astrograph;
    天体照相仪平时 astrographic mean time;
    天体植物学 astrobotany;
    天体制图学 celestial cartography;
    天体自转 celestial bodies rotation;
    天体撞迹 astroblem
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    天體|天体 [tiān tǐ] celestial body nude body

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  • 19 浑天仪

    armillary sphere, celestial globe
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    armillary sphere
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    n. armillary sphere, celestial globe
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    hun2 tian1 yi2
    armillary sphere (astronomy)
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    渾天儀|浑天仪 [hún tiān yí] armillary sphere (astronomy)

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  • 20 渾天儀

    armillary sphere, celestial globe
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    n. armillary sphere, celestial globe
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    hun2 tian1 yi2
    armillary sphere (astronomy)
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    渾天儀|浑天仪 [hún tiān yí] armillary sphere (astronomy)

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  • celestial sphere — dangaus sfera statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Įsivaizduojama neriboto spindulio sfera, koncentriška su Žemės rutuliu, į kurią projektuojami visi dangaus kūnai, išskyrus Žemę. atitikmenys: angl. celestial sphere pranc. sphère céleste …   NATO terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • celestial sphere — the imaginary spherical shell formed by the sky, usually represented as an infinite sphere, the center of which is a given observer s position. [1875 80] * * * Apparent surface of the heavens, on which the stars seem to be fixed. For the purpose… …   Universalium

  • celestial sphere — noun the apparent surface of the imaginary sphere on which celestial bodies appear to be projected • Syn: ↑sphere, ↑empyrean, ↑firmament, ↑heavens, ↑vault of heaven, ↑welkin • Derivationally related forms: ↑firmamental …   Useful english dictionary

  • celestial sphere — An imaginary sphere of infinite radius concentric with the Earth, on which all celestial bodies except the Earth are imagined to be projected …   Military dictionary

  • celestial sphere — noun Date: 1829 an imaginary sphere of infinite radius against which the celestial bodies appear to be projected and of which the apparent dome of the visible sky forms half …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • celestial sphere — noun An abstract sphere of infinite radius which serves as the imaginary backdrop for celestial objects, and of which the visible sky is one hemisphere. Syn: empyrean, firmament …   Wiktionary

  • celestial sphere — noun an imaginary sphere of which the observer is the centre and on which all celestial objects are considered to lie …   English new terms dictionary

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