|celestial equator||equinoctial circle|
|(Astronomy) celestial body which radiates electromagnetic pulses at regular intervals (believed to be a rapidly spinning neutron star), pulsating star||pulsar|
|45 degree angle; measuring instrument (Astronomy, Navigation), eighth of a celestial circle, eighth of a circle, region of space in Cartesian system||octant|
|90-degree separation of celestial bodies, making something square, mathematical technique for equating areas||quadrature|
|above average, above somebody or something, advanced, anticyclone, at a peak, better, blowing strongly, elated state, far from equator, happy, high gear, high point, highest point; high gear (in an automobile); high pressure system (Meteorology); state...||high|
|act of emerging, condition of standing out from something which surrounds (as in water, hills, etc.), egress, reappearance of celestial body||emersion|
|act of hiding, obscuration, act of hiding from view; eclipse, obscuration of one celestial body by another closer celestial body (Astronomy); hiddenness, concealment; act of disappearing from view, temporary disappearance of celestial body||occultation|
|actively hostile attitude, advantage of not having to move, astrologically opposing planetary position, celestial body alignment, linguistic contrast, Moon or planet position, out-of-power political party, phonetic contrast between sounds, relations be...||opposition|
|air or climate, gas around celestial body, interesting mood of place, layer of gases surrounding the earth; layer of gases surrounding a planet; climate of a particular region; unit of air pressure (Physics); tone or mood of a place or thing, mood or t...||atmosphere|
|angle between Sun and celestial object, lengthening, extension, making longer, something lengthened||elongation|
|angle between two celestial bodies, appearance, exposure, grammatical category, look, one side or part, point of view, facet; appearance, outlook; direction; action of a verb without relating to its time, positions of planets in astrology, viewpoint||aspect|
|angle celestial body is above horizon, distance, elevation, height above sea level, distance above sea level, high place, high rank or position||altitude|
|angular distance from celestial equator, magnetic declination, refusal, rejection; of or pertaining to declension (Grammar)||declination|
|angular distance on a meridian north or south of the equator (Geography)||lat. (latitude)|
|any celestial object, area of influence, encircle, field of knowledge or activity, form into ball, former concept of celestial layer, globe, group in society, place in heaven, round solid figure, round three-dimensional geometric figure whose surface i...||sphere|
|apparent horizon, celestial horizon, circle on apparent sphere of sky, circle on celestial sphere, distinct layer of soil, geological layer, line where the sky appears to meet the Earth, place where earth meets sky, range of experience, sensible horizon||horizon|
|apparent magnitude, brightness of a celestial body, greatness of size, importance, measure of earthquake size, number assigned to a mathematical quantity, extent, dimensions; importance; significance; brightness of a celestial body (Astronomy), status||magnitude|
|arc of celestial equator||right ascension|
|area of winds north of equator, boredom, dismal mood, depression; area of calm winds around the equator; inactivity, stagnation, idleness, gloominess, weather conditions in doldrums||doldrums|
|asterisk, be leading performer, celestial body in relation to fate, cover or decorate something with stars, destiny, have as leading actor, mark something with star, mass of gas in space, most important or proficient person, outstanding, play a leading...||star|
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