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الإنجليزية - التركية
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Milky Way astr
samanyolu

Açık gecelerde Samanyolu'nu görürüz. - On clear nights we see the Milky Way.

Galaksimizin adı Samanyolu'dur. - Our galaxy is called the Milky Way.

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Milky Way
Samanyolu

Açık gecelerde Samanyolu'nu görürüz. - On clear nights we see the Milky Way.

Galaksimizin adı Samanyolu'dur. - Our galaxy is called the Milky Way.

Milky Way
Hacılaryolu
Milky Way
samanyolu [astr.]
the Milky Way
Samanyolu
milkiness
{i} yumuşak başlılık
milkiness
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milkiness
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the Milky Way
gökb. Samanyolu
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Of the black in an image, appearing as dark grey/gray rather than black
Cowardly. Possibly coined by Graham Greene in the novel Brighton Rock (1938)
Resembling milk in color/colour or consistency
n. the galaxy
{a} made of, yielding or like milk
Yielding milk
resembling milk in color or cloudiness; not clear; "milky glass
Mild; tame; spiritless
{s} milk-like; containing milk; similar to milk; white as milk; cloudy, unclear
"Milky juice
If you describe something as milky, you mean that it is pale white in colour. You can describe other colours as milky when they are very pale. A milky mist filled the valley
resembling milk in color or cloudiness; not clear; "milky glass"
Like, or somewhat like, milk; whitish and turbid; as, the water is milky
Drinks or food that are milky contain a lot of milk. a large bowl of milky coffee
" Yielding milk
Consisting of, or containing, milk
lacteal
lactescent
Milky Way
The Milky Way Galaxy, the galaxy in which Earth is located; extension of the night sky phenomenon
Milky Way
A broad band of diffuse white light, visible in the night sky; our view of the dense portions of the Milky Way Galaxy from inside the galaxy
Milky Way Galaxy
the galaxy in which we reside
Milky Way
The Milky Way is the pale strip of light consisting of many stars that you can see stretched across the sky at night. the Milky Way the pale white band of stars that can be seen across the sky at night
Milky Way
{i} galaxy in which we are located; streak of light in the night sky, river of fire in the night sky
Milky Way Galaxy
Large spiral galaxy (roughly 150,000 light-years in diameter) that contains Earth's solar system. It includes the multitude of stars whose light is seen as the Milky Way, the irregular luminous band that encircles the sky defining the plane of the galactic disk. The Milky Way system contains hundreds of billions of stars and large amounts of interstellar gas and dust. Because the dust obscures astronomers' view of many of its stars, large areas could not be studied before the development of infrared astronomy and radio astronomy (see radio and radar astronomy). Its precise constituents, shape, and true size and mass are still not known; it is believed to contain large amounts of dark matter and a massive black hole at its core. The Sun lies in one of the Galaxy's spiral arms, about 27,000 light-years from the centre
milky disease
A bacterial disease of Japanese beetle larvae and other scarabaeid grubs that eventually turns the grub a milky white color. Also called milky spore disease
milky way
the galaxy containing the solar system; consists of millions of stars that can be seen as a diffuse band of light stretching across the night sky
milky way
Our Galaxy, of which the Sun is a member, seen by the naked eye as a luminous band across the sky
milky way
the spiral shaped galaxy in which we live, made up of ten billion stars including our Sun We see the Milky Way as a bright band of stars across the sky because our Sun lies in one of the spiral arms
milky way
A hazy band of light spanning the sky   The Milky Way is easily visible from dark sky sites, but too faint to be seen from urban locales
milky way
The faint band of light encircling the sky, which is due to the many stars and diffuse nebulae lying near the plane of the Galaxy Also, the name of the galaxy in which our solar system resides
milky way
the galaxy in which we reside
milky way
the galaxy that includes our solar system and appears as a cloudy white haze in the night sky
milky way
The galaxy which encompasses our Sun and solar system In the `Great Debate' it usually referred to the band of light that runs across the sky and contains most of the visible stars Today this term is synonymous with the whole of our Galaxy
milky way
The galaxy in which our solar system is located
milky way
The spiral galaxy containing our solar system Visible from Earth as a broad band of faint light in the night sky The archer of the constellation Sagittarius points the direction to its center
milky way
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milky way
A spiral galaxy of approximately 100 billion stars
milky way
–Our own galaxy, known to have a spiral structure and stretching several hundred thousand light years across
milky way
The galaxy in which we live appears in the sky as the combined glow of millions of stars Egyptians viewed the Milky Way as a series of islands in a great river in the sky Gods were believed to ply the celestial waters just as humans sailed the river Nile (The dark "islands" in the Milky Way are vast clouds of interstellar gas and dust that block our view of the stars behind them )
milky way
A faint band of hazy light that can be seen from clear, dark locations and which stretches all the way around the sky When looked at using binoculars or a small telescope, it is seen to be composed of vast numbers of individual, faint stars It is actually the disk of our own galaxy — seen from our perspective (within the disk), the flat lens- shape of the Galaxy appears to surround us Astronomers often use the term "Milky Way'' to refer to our entire galaxy, rather than to just its appearance in our sky [See galaxy]
milky way
Our galaxy The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy with four major arms containing young bright stars, gas and dust The mass of the Milky Way is estimated to be between 4 x 10^11 and 10^12 solar masses The luminous diameter of our galaxy is some 80,000 light-years with our Sun orbiting about 25,000 light-years from the galactic center However, the large-scale rotation of galactic matter suggests an even larger diameter extending beyond 120,000 light-years This data indicates that galactic mass is not centrally located in the core; rather, the bulk is spread out beyond the Sun's galactic orbit Perhaps only 10 percent of the galaxy glows as stars; the remainder is nearly invisible (see dark matter and galaxy)
milky way
the galaxy in which we live
milky way
The spiral galaxy containing our Sun As seen from Earth, the constellation Sagittarius marks the direction to its center
milky way
A hazy band of light spanning the sky   The Milky Way is easily visible from dark sky sites, but too faint to be seen from urban locales
milkiness
{n} softness like that of milk, meekness
milkiness
State or quality of being milky
milkiness
{i} quality of being milk-like; degree to which something is similar to milk; state of being white as milk; cloudiness
milkiness
The property of being milky
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