stellar system


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stellar system

[′stel·ər ¦sis·təm]
(astronomy)
A gravitational system of stars.
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We now work on the extensive study of planet Earth and the possibility of other habitable worlds in their stellar system: the rocky planet GS04.01 (translation: Mars)and three natural satellites of other planets coded GS05.04 (translation: Europa), GS06.13 (translation: Enceladus), GS06.06 (translation: Titan).
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Mound 1610, the astrologic cosmology suffered a kind of celestial quake, as German astronomer Kepler proved the Copemican heliocentric system to be correct: the Earth and the other planets orbited the sun, which no longer was a planet, but a "fixed star' at the center of its own stellar system. The Ptolemaic geocentric system (from Greek ge=the Earth") collapsed, and the Earth was now removed from the center of the Universe to the role of a smallish planet.
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