from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A description of, or the art of describing or mapping, the stars.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The art of describing or delineating the stars; a description or mapping of the heavens.
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- noun The art of describing or delineating the
stars; a description or mapping of the heavens.
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Dickson also appears to confuse himself with his astrography – if not flatly contradicting his earlier self.
They used the House of Thunders 'elaborate astrography equipment to look for possible destinations for ships low on air and fuel.
The six stars were as bright and unmistakable as the seven stars of Earth's Big Dipper ... nor did it take a degree in astrography to know that this constellation had never been seen from Terra.
He learned geography from Stoj, the professor, astrography from Fudj, the assistant, together with giliodesy, orgastrophy and other native Russian studies.
Copernicus mapped out the stellar system, and before he spake, astrography was chaotic, and the heavenly fields
"That's in the Regency of Sirius, if your knowledge of astrography is up to the usual Imperial standards.