Aristarchus


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Aristarchus

(ăr'ĭstär`kəs), in the New Testament, Macedonian companion of Paul.

Aristarchus

(a-ră-star -kŭs) See table at craters.

Aristarchus

[‚ar·ə′stär·kəs]
(astronomy)
A crater on the moon.
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Many of us will not be asked to do prominent things for God, but we can still be a Tychicus, Aristarchus, Epaphras or Luke.
A convincing empirical rebuttal can be found in the 2011 May issue of Selenology Today, which contains a report by Jim Phillips & Rafaello Lena that CCD images of Aristarchus obtained earlier that year under lighting conditions similar to the 1963 events recorded an elongated reddish area running along the western rim of Aristarchus that corresponded very closely to the principal glow reported by Greenacre & Barr.
This discovery is ascribed to Aristarchus of Samos (310-239 BC).
Aristarchus of Samos knew better, but Aristotle had better publicity.
Alexandria had the most famous school of geographers, among them were known for their works Aristarchus (310-250 B.
If that were the case, we would study Aristarchus of Samos rather than Copernicus and Galileo for heliocentrism.
Some of the best-known impacts from this period include the Tycho, Copernicus, and Aristarchus craters.
Last Quarter Moon Last Quarter lunar features Craters 1 Maginus 2 Clavius 3 Tycho * 4 Gassendi 5 Grimaldi * 6 Landsberg 7 Encke 8 Kepler * 9 Aristarchus 10 Bianchini 11 Pythagoras 12 Plato * 13 Aristillus 14 Autolycus 15 Archimedes 16 Timocharis * 17 Eratosthenes 18 Copernicus * 19 Herschel 20 Ptolemaeus 21 Albategnius 22 Alphonsus 23 Arzachel Mountains CM Carpathians HM Harbinger RM Riphaeus SB Spitzbergen StR Straight Range SW Straight Wall TM Teneriffe Other features MF Mare Frigoris MH Mare Humorum MI Mare Imbrium MN Mare Nubium OP Oceanus Procellarum PE Palus Epidemiarum SA Sinus Aestuum SI Sinus Iridum SR Sinus Roris Table 2.
The Abbot can understand an astronomer, Aristarchus Jones, who is arguing in favor of the Europa option for those few survivors in company with a space crew that has recently returned after a 457-year voyage in earth time.
This motto from Aristarchus means simply that it is better
Epaphras, my fellow prisoner in Christ Jesus, sends greetings to you, and so do Mark, Aristarchus, Demas, and Luke, my fellow workers," Paul wrote in Philemon 23 and 24.