celestial

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الإنجليزية - التركية
gökyüzü ile ilgili
gökle ilgili
{s} göksel
gök

Tom, bir yıldızın ne olduğunu ve bir gök cisminin ne olduğunu bilmiyor. - Tom doesn't know what a star is and what a celestial body is.

Astronomlar gök nesnelere isim vermek için Latince kullanır. - To give names to celestial objects, astronomers use Latin.

kutsal
gökçe
çok iyi

Çok iyi kalplerde bu kadar çok öfke olabilir mi? - Can there be so much anger in celestial hearts?

semavi
(isim) çinli
{i} çinli
{s} cennetsel
{s} ilahi
celestial equator gök büyük kuşağı
gökte oturan
celestially göksel olarak
Çin imparatorluğu
celestial navigation yıldızlara bakarak yön
göksel varlık
{s} gökyüze ait
(sıfat) çinli
celestial body
gök cismi

Tom, bir yıldızın ne olduğunu ve bir gök cisminin ne olduğunu bilmiyor. - Tom doesn't know what a star is and what a celestial body is.

celestial equator
(Astronomi) gök eşleği
celestial guidance
(Askeri) astronomik güdüm
celestial mechanics
(Askeri) astronomi mekaniği
celestial navigation
(Askeri,Havacılık) astronomik seyrüsefer
celestial sphere
gökkubbe
celestial sphere
gök kubbe
celestial sphere
(Askeri,Teknik) gök küre
celestial body
gökcismi
celestial equator
gök ekvatoru
celestial equator
gök büyük kuşağı
celestial globe
gök yuvarlağı
celestial mechanics
gök mekaniği
celestial navigation
uzay seyrüseferi
celestial pole
gökkutbu
celestial sphere
gökküresi
celestial body
(Astronomi) Gök cismi: Gökyüzünde bulunan Güneş, Ay, gezegenler, kuyruklu yıldızlar gibi bütün cisimlere verilen ortak ad
celestial meridian
gök öğleni
celestial object
(Astronomi) Gök cismi: Gökyüzünde bulunan Güneş, Ay, gezegenler, kuyruklu yıldızlar gibi bütün cisimlere verilen ortak ad
celestial phenomena
göksel fenomenler
celestial sphere
GÖK KÜRE: Arz müşterek merkezli sonsuz bir yarı çapa sahip ve üzerinde -arz hariç- gök cisimlerinin izdüşümlerinin gösterdiği farz ve tahmin edilen hayali küre
Celestial Empire
{i} Çin imparatorluğu
Celestial Empire
(isim) Çin imparatorluğu
celestial azimuth
(Askeri) astronomik semt
celestial azimuth
(Askeri) ASTRONOMİK SEMT: Bak. "True azimuth"
celestial cartography
(Astronomi) gök atlası
celestial city
kutsal kudüs
celestial globe
göksel küre
celestial globe
gök küresi
celestial guidance
(Askeri) ASTRONOMİK GÜDÜM: Bir füze veya aracın gök cisimlerine göre hesaplanarak güdümü. Ayrıca bakınız: "guidance"
celestial map
gök haritası
celestial mechanics
(Askeri) ASTRONOMİ MEKANİĞİ, GÖK MEKANİĞİ: Gök cisimlerinin yörüngelerini tespitle bir etken olarak kuvvet etkisi ile meşgul olan bilim. Bu bilim geniş ölçüde, çekim kanunun tatbiki ile ilgilenir
celestial navigation
(Askeri) ASTRONOMİK SEYRÜSEFER: Referans olarak gök cisimlerinden faydalanan bir seyrüsefer şekli (Füze Terminolojisinde münasip aletlerle teçhiz edilmiş ve lüzumlu bütün güdüm teçhizatını ihtiva eden bir sistem, esas itibariyle, füze nispi mevkii ve önceden seçilmiş bazı gök cisimlerinin mevkilerine göre tespit olunmuş bir rota takip eder)
celestial pole
kuzey kutbu [astr.]
celestial pole
göksel kutup
celestial sphere
(Askeri) GÖK KÜRE: Arz müşterek merkezli sonsuz bir yarı çapa sahip ve üzerinde -arz hariç- gök cisimlerinin izdüşümlerinin gösterdiği farz ve tahmin edilen hayali küre
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An inhabitant of heaven
Relating to the sky or space
Relating to heaven in a religious sense
Of or pertaining to the highest degree of glory
A native of China
{a} heavenly
{s} of or pertaining to the former Chinese Celestial Empire; of or pertaining to the Chinese people
{i} native or resident of China during the period of the Celestial Empire; heavenly being
Belonging to the aërial regions, or visible heavens
Relating to the heaven in a religious sense
Of or pertaining to the spiritual heaven; heavenly; divine
of heaven or the spirit; "celestial peace"; "ethereal melodies"; "the supernal happiness of a quiet death" relating to or inhabiting a divine heaven; "celestial beings"; "heavenly hosts" of or relating to the sky; "celestial map"; "a heavenly body
of or relating to the sky; "celestial map"; "a heavenly body
of or relating to the sky; "celestial map"; "a heavenly body"
{s} of or pertaining to the sky; of or pertaining to heaven; heavenly; divine; sublime, good in a supreme manner
(adjective)-of the heavens or sky
An intelligent being native to the Upper Planes Includes aasimon, archons, eladrin, guardinals, and more
Of the sky or heavens
A Chinaman; a Chinese
caelestis, from caelum = [Latin] sky Celestial means having to do with the sky For instance, a celestial object is an object in the sky (or in space)
1 Of or pertaining to the heavens
anything pertaining to the sky, heavens, space, etc
relating to or inhabiting a divine heaven; "celestial beings"; "heavenly hosts"
Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of, the Chinese, or Celestial, Empire, of the Chinese people
Creating Father or Almighty (Divine Paternal)
of heaven or the spirit; "celestial peace"; "ethereal melodies"; "the supernal happiness of a quiet death"
144 : of or relating to the sky or visible heavens
Celestial is used to describe things relating to heaven or to the sky. Gravity governs the motions of celestial bodies. adj. celestial coordinates celestial mechanics celestial sphere T'ien Shan Celestial Mountains
The complete restoration of both soul and body in the glorified state after the resurrection "Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect" - St Paul
celestial bodies
plural form of celestial body
celestial body
A natural object which is located outside of Earth's atmosphere, such as the Moon, the Sun, an asteroid, planet, or star
celestial equator
A great circle on the celestial sphere, coincident with the plane of earth's equator
celestial equators
plural form of celestial equator
celestial mechanics
The dynamics of celestial bodies subject to mutual gravitational attraction
celestial navigation
Navigation by using the positions of the stars and other heavenly bodies
celestial object
A natural object which is located outside of Earth's atmosphere, such as the Moon, the Sun, an asteroid, planet, or star

A symbol for each desired celestial object, such as for each planet, the sun, and the moon are included along with a method for detachably attaching each of the symbols to the zodiac chart.

celestial objects
plural form of celestial object
celestial pole
An imaginary point situated where a planet's axis intersects the celestial sphere
celestial poles
plural form of celestial pole
celestial sphere
An abstract sphere of infinite radius which serves as the imaginary backdrop for celestial objects, and of which the visible sky is one hemisphere
celestial teapot
Russell's teapot
Celestial Empire
An old name for China or the Chinese Empire
Celestial Empire
{i} Chinese Empire from 1815-1825
celestial body
any of the objects in the sky (stars, planets, the moon, etc.)
celestial body
natural objects visible in the sky
celestial city
phrases used to refer to Heaven; "the Celestial City was Christian's goal in Bunyan's `Pilgrim's Progress'
celestial city
heaven; the New Jerusalem (Christianity)
celestial coordinates
Set of numbers used to pinpoint the position in the sky (see celestial sphere) of a celestial object. Coordinate systems used include the horizon system (altitude and azimuth), galactic coordinates, the ecliptic system (measured relative to the orbital plane of Earth), and the equatorial system (right ascension and declination, directly analogous to terrestrial latitude and longitude)
celestial equator
the great circle of the celestial sphere all points of which are 90o from the poles It is the plane of the earth's equator projected onto the celestial sphere
celestial equator
the projection into the sky of the Earth's equator
celestial equator
The primary great circle of the celestial sphere in the equatorial system, everywhere 90° from the celestial poles; the intersection of the extended plane of the equator and the celestial sphere Also called equinoctial
celestial equator
This is simply the projection of the Earth's equator, onto the celestial sphere The sphere is thus divided into Northern and Southern hemispheres in the same way as the Earth Declination is measured North or South of the celestial equator in degrees so that the celestial equator has a declination of 0° along its whole length See also celestial pole
celestial equator
The projection of the Earth's equator upon the celestial sphere
celestial equator
the projection onto the sky of the Earth's equator
celestial equator
The projection of Earth's equator onto the sky If you were standing on Earth's equator, the celestial equator would extend from eastern horizon, directly over your head (zenith), then to the western horizon Astronomers use an imaginary projection of Earth's latitude and longitude, called the celestial sphere, to locate planets, stars, star clusters, nebulae and galaxies
celestial equator
The projection of the Earth's equator on the celestial sphere This circle divides the sky into its northern and southern portions
celestial equator
great circle that is a projection of the Earth's equator onto the sky Always intercepts horizon at exact East and exact West point Its meridian altitude = 90\deg -- observer's latitude We see one-half of its circle at a time (12 hours worth)
celestial equator
If you lived at the North Pole and look striaght up to the zenith, then all the stars in the sky move around the point directly above you Very near this point is a star 0 called the Pole Star All the stars in the sky seem to rotate around this point 90 degrees from the zenith is the horizon At the North Pole, the horizon also marks the position of the celestial equator If you live somewhere else on the Earth, then the Pole Star appears not at the zenith, but at an angle to the horizon equal to your latitude The celestial equator is now no longer at the horizon, but somewhere in the sky above the horizon If you live on the equator, then the Pole Star is now on the horizon, and the celestial equator is directly above you
celestial equator
great circle that represents the projection of Earth's equator onto the sky (celestial sphere)
celestial equator
Line along the celestial sphere that is in line with the earth's equator
celestial equator
the Earth's equator projected onto the sky
celestial equator
An imaginary extension of the Earth's equator into the sky The celestial equator is 90 degrees from each of Earth's celestial poles
celestial equator
An imaginary line that divides the celestial sphere into a northern and southern hemisphere
celestial equator
A great circle on the celestial sphere in the same plane as the earth's equator. Also called equinoctial, equinoctial circle
celestial equator
The sky can be imagined as a sphere surrounding Earth A line projected out from the equator of Earth defines the celestial equator of the celestial sphere Standing on Earth's equator, the celestial equator would appear directly overhead
celestial equator
The great circle on which the Earth's equatorial plane would, if extended, intersect the celestial sphere
celestial equator
The projection of the Earth's equator onto the celestial sphere
celestial equator
The projection of the plane of the geographical equator upon the celestial sphere
celestial equator
A great circle on the celestial sphere 90° from the celestial poles; where the celestial sphere intersects the plane of the Earth's equator
celestial equator
imaginary circle which separates the celestial sphere into two equal halves
celestial equator
this is the projection of Earth's equator out onto the celestial sphere
celestial equator
the great circle on the celestial sphere midway between the celestial poles
celestial equator
The imaginary line projected in the sky which is directly above the Earth's equator[?] At the equator, this line goes directly overhead, through the zenith[?] At either the north or south pole, this line forms a circle at the level of the horizon See also: celestial pole, ecliptic, meridian
celestial equator
The imaginary line around the sky directly above the Earth's equator
celestial equator
The projection onto the celestial sphere of the Earth's equatorial plane, separating northern and southern hemispheres, and representing zero degrees of declination
celestial globe
a globe that is a spherical model of the heavens
celestial globe
A model of the celestial sphere showing the positions of the stars and other celestial bodies
celestial guidance
a method of controlling the flight of a missile or spacecraft by reference to the positions of celestial bodies
celestial hierarchy
the collective body of angels
celestial horizon
A great circle on the celestial sphere having a plane that passes through the center of the earth and is parallel to an observer's horizon. Also called rational horizon
celestial latitude
The angular distance north, counted positive, or south, counted negative, of the ecliptic along a great circle drawn through the pole of the ecliptic and a celestial body
celestial longitude
The angular distance eastward from the vernal equinox along the ecliptic to the great circle drawn through the pole of the ecliptic and a celestial body
celestial map
astronomical map
celestial mechanics
The science of the motion of celestial bodies under the influence of gravitational forces. Branch of astronomy that deals with the mathematical theory of the motions of celestial bodies. Johannes Kepler's laws of planetary motion (1609-19) and Newton's laws of motion (1687) are fundamental to it. In the 18th century, powerful methods of mathematical analysis were generally successful in accounting for the observed motions of bodies in the solar system. One branch of celestial mechanics deals with the effect of gravitation on rotating bodies, with applications to Earth (see tide) and other objects in space. A modern derivation, called orbital mechanics or flight mechanics, deals with the motions of spacecraft under the influence of gravity, thrust, atmospheric drag, and other forces; it is used to calculate trajectories for ascent into space, achieving orbit, rendezvous, descent, and lunar and interplanetary flights
celestial mechanics
the branch of astronomy concerned with the application of Newton's laws of motion to the motions of heavenly bodies
celestial navigation
navigating according to the positions of the stars
celestial navigation
{i} astronavigation, navigation of a ship or aircraft according to the position of celestial objects; navigation in space between celestial bodies
celestial navigation
Navigation of a ship or aircraft based on the positions of celestial bodies. Also called astronavigation
celestial point
a point in the heavens (on the celestial sphere)
celestial pole
The point where the Earth's axis of daily rotation strikes the celestial sphere The sky appears to rotate about this point Polaris, the North Star is close to the North Celestial Pole
celestial pole
Either of the two points of intersection of the celestial sphere and the extended axis of the earth, labeled N or S to indicate whether the north celestial pole or the south celestial pole
celestial pole
Either of two diametrically opposite points at which the extensions of the earth's axis intersect the celestial sphere
celestial pole
The northern and southern lengthening of the Earth's rotation axis, respectively, projected on the celestial sphere
celestial pole
Points above the Earth's north and south poles
celestial pole
extension of Earth's axis of rotation on the sky (celestial sphere)
celestial pole
The sky can be imagined as a sphere surrounding Earth As Earth rotates the sky appears to move Standing at the north pole, the point directly above in the sky would be the North Celestial Pole, and all the stars would appear to revolve about this point On the opposite side of the sky is the South Celestial Pole By aiming an equatorially-mounted telescope's mount toward the celestial pole it can keep up with the rotation of Earth using a simple clock drive
celestial pole
Either of the two points in the sky directly above the North and South poles These points remain stationary as the rest of the sky appears to revolve around them as the Earth turns on it's axis See also: celestial equator, ecliptic, meridian
celestial pole
One of the two points in the sky around which the celestial sphere seems to rotate
celestial pole
These are simply the projections of the Earth's poles, onto the celestial sphere The declinations of the North and South celestial poles are 90°N and 90°S respectively The star Polaris is very close to the North celestial pole The poles provide an easy way of measuring latitude Simply, the angle between the pole and the horizon, in degrees, is the equivalent to your latitude See also celestial equator
celestial pole
one of two points of intersection of the Earth's axis and the celestial sphere
celestial sphere
the apparent surface of the imaginary sphere on which celestial bodies appear to be projected
celestial sphere
n. An imaginary sphere of infinite extent with the earth at its center on which the stars, planets, and other heavenly bodies appear to be located. Apparent surface of the heavens, on which the stars seem to be fixed. For the purpose of establishing celestial coordinate systems to mark the positions of heavenly bodies, it can be thought of as a real sphere at an infinite distance from Earth. Earth's rotational axis, extended to infinity, touches this sphere at the northern and southern celestial poles, around which the heavens seem to turn. The intersection of the plane of Earth's Equator with the sphere marks the celestial equator
celestially
{a} in a transporting manner
T'ien Shan Celestial Mountains
Chinese Tian Shan or T'ien Shan ("Celestial Mountains") Mountain chain, Central Asia. Lying mainly in Kyrgyzstan and northwestern China (Xinjiang autonomous region), its ranges and valleys stretch for about 1,500 mi (2,500 km) in an east-west direction. Its highest point is Victory Peak (Pik Pobeda) in Kyrgyzstan, which reaches 24,406 ft (7,439 m); the peak was discovered in 1943 by a Soviet expedition. Most of the area's population lives in the Fergana Valley of Uzbekistan
celestially
heavenly, divinely
celestially
In a celestial manner
celestially
In a celestial manner; concerning the heavens
north celestial pole
the celestial pole above the northern hemisphere; near Polaris
south celestial pole
the celestial pole above the southern hemisphere
celestial
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