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celestial longitude

  • 121 天尊

    celestial worthy (the title of some deities in the Taoist pantheon)
    * * *
    天尊
    tiān zūn
    (of Taoism) supernatural being; celestial being; (of Buddhism) Buddha

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天尊

  • 122 望天金鱼

    望天金鱼
    wàng tiān jīn yǘ
    celestial telescope

    Chinese-English dictionary > 望天金鱼

  • 123 银经

    银经
    yín jīng
    {天} galactic longitude

    Chinese-English dictionary > 银经

  • 124 月面

    月面(的)
    yuè miàn
    selenographic
    月面步行机 lunar walking machine;
    月面测量(学) selenodesy;
    月面车(辆) lunar hover vehicle;
    月面断层 selenofault;
    月面发射 lunar launching;
    月面辐射纹 rays (of the moon);
    月面环壁平原 walled plain;
    月面环形山 lunar crater;
    月面缓动车 lunar landing vehicle;
    月面结构物 lunar formation;
    月面经度 selenographic longitude;
    月面景色 moonscape;
    月面明暗界线 terminator;
    月面命名法 lunar nomenclature;
    月面山系 lunar mountain;
    月面图 selenograph;
    月面纬度 selenographic latitude;
    月面物质 lunar surface material;
    月面形态学 selenomorphology;
    月面行走 moonwalk;
    月面圆谷 walled plain; lunar circus;
    月面章动 lunar nutation;
    月面坐标 selenographic coordinates

    Chinese-English dictionary > 月面

  • 125 章动

    nutation
    【化】 nutation
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    nutation
    * * *
    n. nutation
    * * *
    章动
    zhāng dòng
    {天} nutation; nodding:
    黄经章动 nutation in longitude;
    倾角章动 nutation in obliquity
    章动常数 nutational constant;
    章动传动 nutation drive;
    章动传动装置 nutation drive unit;
    章动轮 nutation wheel;
    章动器 nutator;
    章动椭圆 nutational ellipse;
    章动周转 nutation period;
    章动轴 nutation shaft;
    章动子 nutator

    Chinese-English dictionary > 章动

  • 126 致密

    fine and close; compact
    * * *
    【计】 densification
    【医】 pycno-; pykno-
    * * *
    致密
    zhì mì
    fine and close; compact; densification; pycno-; pykno-
    致密层 {脊椎} stratum compactum; compact layer;
    致密长石 felsite; felsyte; felstone;
    致密硅岩 {地质} gannister; ganister;
    致密花边图案 toile;
    致密结缔组织 {组织} dense connective tissue;
    致密结构 compact texture;
    致密结块 dense cake;
    致密晶粒 compact-grain;
    致密晶粒组织 compact-grain structure;
    致密纳云母 coszmica;
    致密熔渣 compact slag; solid slag;
    致密射电源 {天} compact radio source;
    致密石墨棒 low-porosity graphite rod;
    致密速率 densification rate;
    致密天体 compact object; compact celestial body;
    致密铁氧体 compact ferrite;
    致密星系 {天} compact galaxy;
    致密褶皱 compact fold;
    致密铸件 sound casting;
    致密作用 {地质} compaction

    Chinese-English dictionary > 致密

  • 127 heavenly

    ['hɛvnlɪ]
    adj
    1) ( REL) (celestial) 天堂的 [tiāntáng de]
    2) ( inf) (wonderful) [+ day, place, occasion] 无比快乐的 [wúbǐ kuàilè de]

    Chinese-English dictionary > heavenly

  • 128 天上的

    ethereal; heavenly; supernal
    * * *
    aethereally; ethereal; heavenly; supernal
    * * *
    adj. celestial

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天上的

  • 129 天国的人

    n. celestial, pertaining to the sky

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天国的人

  • 130 天國的人

    n. celestial, pertaining to the sky

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天國的人

  • 131 天文臺

    An observatory; an establishment for observing the celestial body and studying astronomy.
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    n. observatory

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天文臺

  • 132 天的

    celestial; uranic
    【法】 celestial
    相关词组: 白天的
    半天的
    苍天的
    春天的
    冬天的
    后天的
    九天的
    乐天的
    聊天的
    露天的
    每天的
    秋天的
    全天的
    无法无天的
    夏天的
    先天的
    阴天的
    最高天的
    悖理逆天的行为
    * * *
    Uranian; celestial; skyish; uranic
    * * *
    adj. heavenly

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天的

  • 133 天空的

    celestial; firmamental; skyey
    【法】 celestial
    * * *
    celestial; firmamental; skyey
    * * *
    adj. celestial, heavenly

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天空的

  • 134 乾支

    the Heavenly Stems (天干) and Earthly Branches (地支) (two sets of signs, with one being taken from each set to form 60 pairs, designating years, formerly also months and days)
    the Heavenly Stems (天乾) and Earthly Branches (地支) (two sets of signs, with one being taken from each set to form 60 pairs, designating years, formerly also months and days)
    * * *
    n. heavenly stems and earthly branches, ten celestial stems and twelve branches

    Chinese-English dictionary > 乾支

  • 135 南天极

    south pole; south celestial pole
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    South Pole

    Chinese-English dictionary > 南天极

  • 136 天国的

    celestial
    【法】 celestial
    * * *
    Uranian; celestial

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天国的

  • 137 天朝大国

    Celestial Empire

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天朝大国

  • 138 引力天文学

    celestial mechanics

    Chinese-English dictionary > 引力天文学

  • 139 星象仪

    celestial globe

    Chinese-English dictionary > 星象仪

  • 140 天堂引导

    【电】 celestial guidance

    Chinese-English dictionary > 天堂引导

Look at other dictionaries:

  • celestial longitude — n. Astron. the arc of the ecliptic measured eastward from the vernal equinox to the point where the ecliptic is intersected by the great circle through the star, planet, etc. and the poles of the ecliptic …   English World dictionary

  • celestial longitude — The celestial longitude of a body is the arc of the ecliptic contained between the first point of Aries and the secondary ecliptic through that body measured eastward from Aries. It is the angular distance along the ecliptic from the vernal… …   Aviation dictionary

  • celestial longitude — noun (astronomy) the equatorial coordinate specifying the angle, measured eastward along the celestial equator, from the vernal equinox to the intersection of the hour circle that passes through an object in the sky; usually expressed in hours… …   Useful english dictionary

  • celestial longitude — Astron. the angular distance of a point on the celestial sphere from the great circle that is perpendicular to the ecliptic at the point of the vernal equinox, measured through 360° eastward parallel to the ecliptic. * * * …   Universalium

  • celestial longitude — /səˌlɛstiəl ˈlɒŋgətjud/ (say suh.lesteeuhl longguhtyoohd) noun → longitude (def. 2a) …   Australian English dictionary

  • celestial longitude — noun Astronomy the angular distance of a point east of the First Point of Aries, measured along the ecliptic …   English new terms dictionary

  • Celestial meridiator — is a vertical imaginary line that goes over the celestial poles and crosses (perpendicular to) the celestial equator. There are two celestial meridiators on the celestial sphere: Equinox meridiator and Solstice meridiator.NameThe meridiators are… …   Wikipedia

  • Longitude by chronometer — Longitude by Chronometer, known by mariners as Long by Chron , is an astronomical navigation method of calculating an observer s position on earth. The method gives the observer a position line on which the observer is situated. Usually the… …   Wikipedia

  • longitude — [län′jə to͞od΄, län′jətyo͞od΄; lôn′jə to͞od΄, lôn′jə tyo͞od΄] n. [ME < L longitudo < longus, LONG1] 1. length 2. distance east or west on the earth s surface, measured as an arc of the equator (in degrees up to 180° or by the difference in… …   English World dictionary

  • Longitude — For Dava Sobel s book about John Harrison, see Longitude (book). For the adaptation of Sobel s book, see Longitude (TV series). Map of Earth Longitude (λ) Lines of longitude appear vertical with varying curvature in this projection, but are… …   Wikipedia

  • longitude — Synonyms and related words: Antarctic Zone, Arctic Circle, Arctic Zone, Cartesian coordinates, Frigid Zones, Lambert conformal projection, Mercator projection, Miller projection, Torrid Zone, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, Variable Zones …   Moby Thesaurus

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