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  • adjective astronomy of or relating to astrometry

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  • The pipeline that read out the positions of all the objects on the sky, called the astrometric pipeline, was to be done by the U.S. Naval Observatory, which had a tradition in astrometry for navigation.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • The pipeline that read out the positions of all the objects on the sky, called the astrometric pipeline, was to be done by the U.S. Naval Observatory, which had a tradition in astrometry for navigation.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • The pipeline that read out the positions of all the objects on the sky, called the astrometric pipeline, was to be done by the U.S. Naval Observatory, which had a tradition in astrometry for navigation.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • The pipeline that read out the positions of all the objects on the sky, called the astrometric pipeline, was to be done by the U.S. Naval Observatory, which had a tradition in astrometry for navigation.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • The sad thing about it is that small nongravitational forces and astrometric errors make an accurate collision prediction very hard to do more than a few years out.

    Asteroid Threat Conference Underway - NASA Watch

  • As for the meantime, we have the two most important astrophysical missions of the NASA James Webb Telescope (JWT) and the ESA's internationally collaborated astrometric Gaia; (to be launched in 2011) which both collectively for the next five years will provide the most contributions to astronomy and astrophysics.

    Obama to Unveil "Ambitous" Plan for NASA | Universe Today

  • He could talk about the most futuristic notions, and hold pure philosophical discourse over a glass of wine, yet also develop the most precise astrometric tools of his generation.

    Steven J. Ostro - NASA Watch

  • The plate scale of the CCD then comes into play as angstroms per pixel instead of the usual astrometric measure arc/secs per pixel.

    Amateur Spectroscopy | Universe Today

  • “Lieutenant Darren Ditillo, a seasoned space traveler with proficiency in astrometric analysis.”

    Star Trek Voyager Mosaic

  • “Lieutenant Darren Ditillo, a seasoned space traveler with proficiency in astrometric analysis.”

    Star Trek Voyager Mosaic

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  • Adjective form of astrometry; branch of astronomy that relates to precise measurements and explanations of the positions and movements of stars and other celestial bodies.

    June 9, 2009