astronomic


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astronomic

[‚as·trə′näm·ik]
(astronomy)
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In future, a digital planetarium and permanent astronomic exhibition will be added.
It cost an estimated 44m pounds to build but because of Mumbai's astronomic land and property prices, will be worth about 15 times that amount - 630m pounds.
The holy month of Ramadan will hit in accordance to astronomic calculations on August 11, said astrologist Adel Al-Saadoun on Saturday.
Bulgaria will enter the March solstice hailing the coming of the astronomic springtime on Saturday evening.
The economy is sinking into debts, as banks keep money under the National Bank's mattress, business owners and experts complain with regard to the astronomic amount of 90 million euros that the National Bank collected by auctioning treasury bills.
A full 8-page photo-illustrated glossary and index help to clarify astronomic terminology.
The obvious thing is to cap the astronomic salaries and pensions for bank bosses.
The Russian Astronomic Society and the Research Board of the Russian Astronomy Academy are founders of this Olympiad.
Nevertheless, match-fixing and threats directed towards players and officials remains rife as one former Spartak Moscow player reveals despite, or perhaps because of, the astronomic salaries.
Exploring what astronomic lore has to say about 15,000 BC, in the Paleolithic era when Deneb, the brightest star in Cygnus, was the Pole Star, The Cygnus Mystery probes the roots of the amazing physical and neurological transformation in humanity from beasts to fully conscious and complex psychological beings, a metamorphosis that happened almost overnight in geological terms.
The astronomic records of China and Japan confirm that the brightest star in history was the supernova of 1054.
Why are we not talking about the importance of volcanoes, or astronomic forcing, when we look at the climate today?