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  • adj. astrometric

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Dealing with or pertaining to astrography, or the charting of the stars. At present this charting is done mainly by means of photography.


astro- + -graphic (Wiktionary)


  • Mr Madan was so impressed with the name Pluto, he went straight to his friend Herbert Hall Turner, professor of astronomy at the University of Oxford, and one of the leaders in the worldwide effort to produce an astrographic chart.

    Boing Boing

  • The problem appeared to be the coelostat, a mirror attached to the large astrographic telescope.

    Savage Peace

  • But there were incongruous modern touches, a microprint reader and many bookrolls from the Empire, astrographic tables and computer, a vodograph.

    Agent Of The Terran Empire

  • After the material restoration of the observatory, the main problems were a library and the measuring of the astrographic plates.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

  • The fortification wall, a thousand years old, which extends about 400 metres, is now crowned with four rotary domes, covering the astrographic refractor in the

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

  • The astrographic plates are being measured with two new Repsold machines, which are placed in a neighbouring convent, in charge of three

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

  • From the point of view of instruments of precision, one of the most important new features is the astrographic equatoreal, set up in 1892 and used for the Greenwich section of the great astrographic chart just completed.

    History of Astronomy

  • If the sun had been shining at PrĂ­ncipe, there might not have been reliable astrographic results from which to assess Einstein’s theory.

    Savage Peace


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