ascension

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İngilizce - Türkçe
İsa'nın göğe çıkışı
{i} yükselme
miraç
gökcisminin yükselişi
ufuktan yükseklik derecesi
uruç
{i} ufuktan yükseklik derecesi [(Astronomi) ]
yukarı çıkış
{i} göğe yükselme
uruc
ısa'nın göğe çıkışı
ascension day
acısı gün
ascension island
Ascension Adası
ascension of christ
uruçi İsa
right ascension
yükselim
right ascension
bahar açısı
right ascension
açılım
the ascension
yükseliş
right ascension
(Askeri) DİK YÜKSELİŞ: Gök ekvatoru kavsi veya gök kutbundaki açı. İlkbahar noktası saat dairesinden, belirli bir gök cismi saat dairesine, 24 saat veya 360 doğuya doğru ölçülür
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The day this is celebrated, 40 days after Easter
The miracle in which the resurrected Jesus rose to heaven
The act of ascending; an ascent

He made an ascension in the balloon to get a better view.

the act of rising
{n} the act of ascending or rising, rise
An ascending or arising, as in distillation; also that which arises, as from distillation
The Feast commemorating the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ to glory This Feast is forty days after Easter and always occurs on a Thursday
Also, Ascension Day
a movement upward; "they cheered the rise of the hot-air balloon"
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1) the process of "descension" or allowing light to descend into yourselves Thus bringing down finer, higher energies of consciousness It is the embodiment of unity of oneness, of god-like awareness 2) accepting a more loving and unified reality, such as the reality embodied by fifth dimensional energies and beyond
The process of bringing one's life into balance with the Higher Self
(Christianity) celebration of the Ascension of Christ into heaven; observed on the 40th day after Easter
(process to eternal life by increasing vibration))
This refers to the Christian belief that Jesus ascended to heaven to sit at God's right hand According to two gospels, Mark and Luke, Jesus ascended to heaven on the same day as his resurrection Acts explained that it occurred 40 days later
Part of the Festival icons, this is the image of Christ going up to heaven with the apostles as witnesses It follows the account of the Ascension in Acts 1: 11
(astronomy) the rising of a star above the horizon (New Testament) the rising of the body of Jesus into heaven on the 40th day after his Resurrection (Christianity) celebration of the Ascension of Christ into heaven; observed on the 40th day after Easter
(in Church Year tour)
When Jesus went back to heaven, 40 days after the resurrection
In some religions, when someone goes to heaven, you can refer to their ascension to heaven. the two-day holiday marking the Prophet's ascension to heaven
(New Testament) the rising of the body of Jesus into heaven on the 40th day after his Resurrection
A movable feast day, forty days after Easter, commemorating the ascension of Christ into Heaven from the Mount of Olives (Acts, 1: 12)
1) the process of "descension" or allowing light to descend into ourselves Thus bringing down finer, higher energies of consciousness It is the embodiment of unity of oneness, of God-like awareness 2) accepting a more loving and unified reality, such as the reality embodied by fifth dimensional energies and beyond
In short it is the process by which the consciousness can evolve into new state of being It is the process by which you activate your christ light to empower your consciousness vehicle, your lightbody, to be able to trancend your "self" into new octaves of being Becomming enlightened and transcending the need for a death and rebirth cycle in order to evolve The more enlightened you become the more responsibility you will have as a requirement and the more things you can "involve" yourself in All these things become automatic as the individual tranmutes thier old habits and holds more love with the "willingness" to do so
the act of changing location in an upward direction
The act of ascending; a rising; ascent
{i} (New Testament) day that Jesus rose to heaven
(astronomy) the rising of a star above the horizon
The resurrected Jesus' ascent to heaven (Acts 1: 6-11)
Specifically: The visible ascent of our Savior on the fortieth day after his resurrection
Christ's departure from the Earth forty days after his rising from the dead (Mark 16: 19, Luke 24: 51, Acts 1: 9, 11) He rose to Heaven under his own power, as the fully divine God in a fully human (but resurrected) body Compare: Assumption
The bodily rising into leaven The departure from earth, proceeding upward into heaven
The ascension of a person to a high rank or important position is the act of reaching this position. 50 years after his ascension to the Cambodian throne. In Christian belief, the ascent of Jesus into heaven 40 days after the Resurrection. The Book of Acts relates that, after several appearances to the Apostles over a period of 40 days, Jesus was taken up in their presence and hidden behind a cloud, a symbol of God's presence. The event is thought to indicate a new relationship between Jesus and God and between Jesus and his followers. The feast of the Ascension is universally observed by Christians, and its celebration emphasizes the kingship of Christ. Since the 4th century, it has been celebrated 40 days after Easter and 10 days before Pentecost
{i} process of ascending, rising, climbing, mounting
the feast of the ascent of Christ into Heaven, celebrated forty days after Easter
Ascension Day
The fortieth day of Easter, that is the Thursday 39 days after Easter
Ascension Island
An island in the South Atlantic that is a British dependency of Saint Helena
Ascension Sunday
The Sunday after Ascension Day
ascension-day
{n} the day on which our Savior ascended or went into heaven, holy Thursday
Ascension Day
day which is celebrated on the 40th day after Easter in commemoration of Christ's ascension into heaven (Christianity)
Ascension Day
The 40th day after Easter, on which the Christian feast of the Ascension is observed. Also called Holy Thursday. a Christian holy day on the Thursday 40 days after Easter, when Christians remember when Christ went up to heaven ( the Ascension)
Ascension Island
An island in the southern Atlantic northwest of St. Helena. Discovered by the Portuguese on Ascension Day in 1501, it was taken by the British in 1815 and has been administered by St. Helena since 1922
ascension of christ
{i} (New Testament) day that Jesus rose to heaven 40 days following his resurrection
right ascension
The angular distance east of the vernal equinox point; the celestial equivalent of longitude
ascensions
plural of ascension
right ascension
Celestial coordinate used to measure longitude on the celestial sphere The zero point is the position of the Sun on the vernal equinox
right ascension
an arc of the celestial equator eastward from the vernal equinox (astronomy) the angular distance eastward along the celestial equator from the vernal equinox to the intersection of the hour circle that passes through the body; expressed in hours and minutes and second; used with declination to specify positions on the celestial sphere; "one hour of right ascension equals fifteen degrees
right ascension
angular distance east of the vernal equinox, as measured on the celestial equator
right ascension
the angular distance measured eastward from the vernal equinox along the celestial equator to the hour circle of a given star or other body It is measured in hours from 0 to 24
right ascension
One element of the astronomical coordinate system on the sky, which can be though of as longitude on the earth projected onto the sky Right ascension is usually denoted by the lower-case Greek letter alpha and is measured eastward in hours, minutes, and seconds of time from the vernal equinox There are 24 hours of right ascension, though the 24-hour line is always taken as 0 hours More rarely, one sometimes sees right ascension in degrees, in which case there are 360 degrees of right ascension to make a complete circuit of the sky When specifying a comet's location on the sky, one must state the right ascension and declination (with equinox), along with date and time (since a comet moves with respect to the background stars)
right ascension
The equivalent of longitude in the celestial coordinate system RA is measured in units of time (1 hour = 15 degrees) from the first point of Aries RA increases towards the east
right ascension
(RA): position on the celestial sphere measured with respect to the vernal equinox position on the celestial equator It is a projection of longitude lines onto the sky and converted to time units An object's right ascension is fixed with respect to the stars Varies from 0h at the vernal equinox point to 24h in a full circle
right ascension
A coordinate for measuring the east-west positions of celestial bodies; the angle measured eastward along the celestial equator from the vernal equinox to the hour circle passing through a body
right ascension
The horizontal angular distance between the center of a celestial body and the hour circle that passes through the vernal equinox point on the ecliptic
right ascension
An angular measurement of a point on the celestial sphere, corresponding to an angle before or after the vernal equinox line Roughly equivalent to longitude in terrestrial measures, except that right ascension is given in hours, minutes, and seconds rather than in degrees, minutes, and seconds Complement to declination
right ascension
(astronomy) the angular distance eastward along the celestial equator from the vernal equinox to the intersection of the hour circle that passes through the body; expressed in hours and minutes and second; used with declination to specify positions on the celestial sphere; "one hour of right ascension equals fifteen degrees"
right ascension
Angle, measured eastward, from the vernal equinox to the footof a star's hour circle
right ascension
an arc of the celestial equator eastward from the vernal equinox
right ascension
The equatorial coordinate specifying the angle (usually specified in hours, minutes and seconds), measured eastward along the celestial equator from the vernal equinox to the hour circle passing through an object in the sky
right ascension
Right Ascension of a celestial body is the arc of the equinoctial between Aries and the meridian of the object , always reckoning eastward from Aries It is reckoned in sidereal time , eastward from 0 to 24hrs or 360 degrees
right ascension
The angular distance, measured Eastwards, from the Vernal Equinox It is one of the ordinates used to reference objects on the celestial sphere It is the equivalent to a longitude reference on the Earth There are 24 hours of right ascension within 360 degrees, so one hour is equivalent to 15 degrees Together with declination, it represents the most commonly used co-ordinate system in modern astronomy S
right ascension
coordinate in the equatorial system of measurement It measures the arc along the celestial equator from the vernal equinox eastward to the position of the celestial body It is similar to the measurement of longitude on Earth
right ascension
along with Declination, this defines a position on the sky RA is measured eastward along the celestial equator with the zero point at the vernal equinox; it is specified in hours, minutes and seconds
right ascension
(pronounce: as-sen-shun) ascensio = [Latin] going up The right ascension is the coordinate in the equatorial coordinate system in the sky that is similar to longitude on Earth It is commonly measured in hours, minutes, and seconds, between 0 and 24 hours The vernal equinox has right ascension zero The other equatorial coordinate is the declination S
right ascension
The amount of time that passes between the rising of Aries and another celestial object Right ascension is one unit of measure for locating an object in the sky
right ascension
The equivalent of longitude on the celestial sphere It is measured in hours from the spring equinox, where the ecliptic and equator intersect The symbol for right ascension is alpha, a One hour of right ascension is 15° of longitude
right ascension
This is like the Earth's longitude It is measured on a circle starting from a fixed point on the sky; in hours, minutes, and seconds
right ascension
the right ascension of a celestial body is the arc on the celestial equator measured from the vernal equinox eastward to the hour circle of the body It is measured in units of time from 0 to 24 hours Right ascension corresponds to longitude on earth
right ascension
The angular distance of a celestial body or point on the celestial sphere, measured eastward from the vernal equinox along the celestial equator to the hour circle of the body or point and expressed in degrees or hours
right ascension
A system similar to longitude used on the celestial sphere
right ascension
Angular distance east of the vernal equinox; the arc of the celestial equator, or the angle at the celestial pole, between the hour circle of a point on the celestial sphere, measured eastward from the hour circle of the vernal equinox through 24 hours
right ascension
Whereas Declination gives the cordinates of a star in degrees, a different system of units is used for Right Ascension The Right Ascension of a celestial object is how far away it is from an internationally accepted zero It's a bit like lines of longitude on the Earth - every position East or West of the internationally accepted place (Greenwich in London) has a value measured in degrees For example, Bristol's longitude is +2 degrees - meaning that it is 2 degrees west of London (based on that fact that 360 degrees takes you all the way around the 'circle' of the Earth, back to your starting point In the case of Right Ascension, the angles are measured in hours Since it takes the star-field 24 hours (ignoring sidereal motion for the moment) to rotate once, the lines of longitude of the sky are split up into 24 equal sections, called hours 1 such hour actually corresponds to an angle 15 degrees
right ascension
the angular distance around the sky parallel to the celestial equator; measured in hours h, minutes m and seconds s
the Ascension
day that Jesus rose to heaven
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