constellation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} takımyıldız

Çoğu takımyıldızı adlarını verdikleri yaratıklara ve karakterlere benzemez. - Most constellations don't really resemble the creatures or characters they are named after.

Bu vebaya neyin neden olduğunu bilen biri var mı? Paris Üniversitesi bilim adamlarının bu kötülüğün kaynağının özellikle Jüpiter, Satürn ve Mars olumsuz takımyıldızı olduğuna inanıyorlar. - Does anyone know what has caused this plague? The scholars of the University of Paris believe that the source of this evil is an especially unfavorable constellation of Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars.

(Askeri) TAKIM YILDIZLAR, BURÇ: Münferit yıldızların seçilmesinde yardımcı olan tanınması kolay bir yıldız topluluğu
{i} seçkinler topluluğu
i., gõkb. takımyıldız
buluşma/takımyıldız
{i} burç

Burçların on iki işareti on iki takımyıldızına karşılık gelir. - The twelve signs of the zodiac correspond to twelve constellations.

Burçların adlarını ezberlemeye çalışıyorum. - I'm trying to memorize the names of constellations.

(Astronomi) takım yıldızlar

Benimle dışarı gel ve takım yıldızlarına bak. - Come outside with me and look at the constellations.

Takım yıldızları gökyüzündeki yıldızların konumlarını tanımaya yardım etmek için faydalı bir yol olabilir. - Constellations can be a useful way to help identify positions of stars in the sky.

(Telekom) takımuydu
takım yıldız

Favori takım yıldızınız nedir? - What's your favorite constellation?

Bir takım yıldızındaki bireysel yıldızlar birbirlerine çok yakın görünebilir fakat aslında onlar uzayda büyük mesafelerle ayrılabilir ve birbirleriyle hiç gerçek bağlantısı yoktur. - The individual stars in a constellation may appear to be very close to each other, but in fact they can be separated by huge distances in space and have no real connection to each other at all.

(Tıp) konstelasyon
constellation of stars
yıldız takımyıldızı
constellations
takımyıldızlar

Eski astronomlar takımyıldızları fark ettiler ve onlara isimler verdiler. - Ancient astronomers noticed constellations and gave them names.

Orion en çok tanınan takımyıldızlarından biridir. - Orion is one of the most recognizable constellations.

stellar constellation
stellar takımyıldızı
zodiacal constellation
burçlar takımyıldızı
signal constellation
sinyal  (isaret) yildizkumesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any of the 88 officially recognized regions of the sky, including all stars and celestial bodies in the region
The configuration of planets at a given time (notably of birth), as used for determining a horoscope
An arbitrary formation of stars perceived as a figure or pattern
A wide, seemingly unlimited assortment

A constellation of possibilities.

An image associated with a group of stars
an arbitrary assemblage or group of stars
{i} group of stars; group of related feelings or ideas
{n} a cluster of fixed stars, a body
An apparent pattern, or grouping, of stars in a region of the sky that man has given a name Modern astronomers maintain these ancient names and boundaries as a convenient way of mapping the regions of the sky
A group of stars that form a pattern in the sky The scientific community uses 88 constellations based on ancient Greek patterns
a grouping of stars in the sky to form some kind of pattern; there are 88 officially recognised constellations
Any of the 88 officially recognized collections of stars in the night sky
A named grouping of fixed stars, e g Orion or the Big Dipper
arbitrary grouping of stars within a bounded area of the sky named after mythological heroes, animals, or other objects
a collection of space vehicles that constitutes the space element of a DSS
A randomly defined group of stars within a boundry, that is said to make a picture or diagramin the nighttime sky The sky is currently divided into 88 Constellations Polar Axis: A telescope mount’s axis that is parallel with the Earth’s axis With a drive motor, the motion of stars due to the Earth’s movement can be counteracted so that they remain in the field of view
The configuration of planets, as used for determining a horoscope
A human grouping of stars in the night sky into a recognizable pattern
An assemblage of splendors or excellences
Fortune; fate; destiny
A collection of stars[?] visually nearby each other as seen from the Earth, which appear to form a shape or picture in the sky For example, Crux (the Southern Cross), or Scorpius (the scorpion) See also: zodiac
A grouping of stars which many times form a shape or pattern
A pattern of stars usually named after animals or people in stories Now used to designate an area in the celestial sphere See Celestial Coordinate System page
A group of stars, named for some object, animal, or mythical figure
an arrangement of parts or elements; "the outcome depends on the configuration of influences at the time"
a configuration of stars as seen from the earth
An arbitrary grouping of stars which form a pattern The sky is divided into 88 constellations These vary in size and shape from Hydra, the sea monster, which is the largest at 1,303 square degrees, to Crux, the cross, which is the smallest at 68 square degrees
A designated region of the sky containing a pattern of stars identified by name The entire sky surrounding the earth is divided into 88 constellations named after mythological figures, animals, and objects Each constellation occupies a region of the sky containing that star pattern Each season different constellations are visible in the sky from any given location
A pattern that is seen in a group of stars
Refers to either the specific set of satellites used in calculating positions or all the satellites visible to a GPS receiver at one time
A grouping of stars that make up patterns named for historical, mythological, or other figures in the sky The sky is divided up into 88 such constellations
A grouping of stars that make an imaginary picture in the sky
A group or arrangement of stars as seen from Earth Stars in a constellation may appear close together in our sky but in fact may be varying distances away from us Constellations are usually named after Greek mythological chartacters
A cluster or group of fixed stars, or division of the heavens, designated in most cases by the name of some animal, or of some mythologial personage, within whose imaginary outline, as traced upon the heavens, the group is included
A constellation is a group of stars which form a pattern and have a name. a planet orbiting a star in the constellation of Cepheus. Any of certain groupings of stars that were imagined by those who named them to form images of objects, mythological figures, or creatures in the sky. They are useful in helping sky gazers and navigators locate certain stars. A constellation's stars are often designated by its name and letters of the Greek alphabet in order of brightness. Of 88 named constellations in Western astronomy, about half retain the names Ptolemy gave the 48 he identified in his Almagest. See also zodiac
A convenient grouping of stars found in the same area of the night sky Today astronomers recognise 88 official constellations, most of which were created by early Greek, Egyptian and Babylonian astronomers A constellation is a suburb of the night sky
one of 88 sectors into which astronomers divide the celestial sphere; many constellations are named after a prominent group of stars within them that represents a person, animal, or legendary creature from ancient mythology
A group of stars depicting an imaginary figure (for example-Big Dipper)
A dot-to-dot picture in the sky Most groups have no physical significance
A pattern of stars on the sky, named for a person, animal, or object (usually from mythology) Astronomers use constellations to designate directions in space; for example the great galaxy "in Andromeda" lies in the direction from us marked by the pattern of stars we call Andromeda (the Princess of Ethiopia in Greek mythology) Just as patterns we see in the clouds are not permanent, neither are the star-patterns of constellations, since the stars move (albeit very slowly on the timescale of a human lifetime) The constellations of 100,000 years ago were quite different from today's Astronomers now divide the sky into 88 sectors, each of which is named after the traditional constellation in that sector
Constellation refers to the network of orbiting global navigation satellites, with deference to their relative positions The pattern created by the relative positioning of a navigation satellite network is designed to achieve a very high probability of global satellite coverage even in the event of satellite outages
prime constellation
An ordered set of prime numbers having a constant difference between successive elements
seasonal constellation
a constellation that is only above the horizon (and thus visible) for part of the year
A constellation
asterism
A constellation
charioteer
Aquila constellation
{i} (Astronomy) constellation in the northern hemisphere lying across Milky Way portrayed by the figure of an eagle
constellations
A circle beyond the zodiac, bearing sections with the same names as the signs, containing groups of fixed stars Ancient astrology had only forty-eight named constellations, although modern astronomers have named many more for convenience of location There are no fixed stars in the zodiac; only planets inhabit the zodiac
constellations
(kon-steh-lay-shunz) group of stars that makes a shape or a picture
constellations
Groups of stars that seem to make up pictures on the celestial sphere
constellations
Plural of constellation
constellations
Patterns the stars appear to form on the celestial sphere   The modern definition of  a constellation is a specific area of the sky marked off with a boundary   There are 88 official constellations
in a different constellation
under different circumstances, in a different time
political constellation
proper political timing, political opportunity
constellation

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    con·stel·la·tion

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    känstıleyşın

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    asterism

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    /ˌkänstəˈlāsʜən/ /ˌkɑːnstəˈleɪʃən/

    Etimoloji

    [ "kän(t)-st&-'lA-sh&am ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English constellacioun, constillacioun, from Middle French constellation, from Latin constellātiō cōn (“with”) + stēlla (“star, astral body”)

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