American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Variant of Sterope.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Myth.) One of the Pleiades; -- called also
- n. (Astron.) A double star in the Pleiades (21
kand 22 lPleiadum, of the 5.8 and 6.4 magnitude respectively), appearing as a single star of the 5.3 magnitude to the naked eye.
- n. (Greek mythology) one of the 7 Pleiades
- n. one of the stars in the star cluster Pleiades
“Megan, this is Asterope Green, he said, in an oddly graceless manner.”
“I have named them the seven sisters of the Pleiades: Halcyone, Taygete, Asterope, Celæno, Electra, Maia, and Merope.”
“Clerke's description of the nebula discovered round the brighter stars of the Pleiades -- Alcyone, Asterope, Celœno, Electra, Maia, Merope and”
“Electra; but it includes as well Celœno and Taygeta, and is traceable southward from Asterope over an arc of 1° 10´ ....”
“Asterope costs $4, and is available now at the iTunes Ap ...”
“Niklas Wahrman has released Asterope, a space-based action game for the iPhone and iPod touch.”
“Asterope pits iPhone owners against androids - Niklas Wahrman has released Asterope, a space-based action game for the iPhone and iPod touch.”
“16: The Pleiades .... whose stars are these: -- 'Lovely Teygata, and dark-faced Electra, and Alcyone, and bright Asterope, and Celaeno, and Maia, and Merope, whom glorious Atlas begot ....”
“The length of this republic, from Atlas and Pleione to Celæno, is 4 '/23 "of time, or 1°6' of arc; the breadth, from Merope to Asterope, is”
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