Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to astronomical physics.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Pertaining to the physics of astronomical science.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to astrophysics.

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  • adjective of or concerned with astrophysics

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Examples

  • Prior to his work, one simply did not take these forces into consideration: through him, they have found widespread application in astrophysical problems, particularly in studying that phase of the development of the solar system in which the planets and satellites were created.

    Nobel Prize in Physics 1970 - Presentation Speech

  • The murder of Jews in Europe by Nazi Germany should not be seen as a kind of astrophysical "Black Hole," that ingests the past as well as the future.

    Daily News Alert from Israel - COP/JCPA

  • This class of computer-controlled cameras is typically used to measure the light from distant stars and galaxies in astrophysical research.

    The Sacred Promise

  • In astrophysical terms, a singularity is a point in space with no height, width, or depth – often with a whole star shoved inside.

    2010 March archive | J. Robert King

  • This class of computer-controlled cameras is typically used to measure the light from distant stars and galaxies in astrophysical research.

    The Sacred Promise

  • “That is why we need contemporary ‘translators’ that are capable of bringing today's science to regular people, and especially, to bring the astrophysical response to atheism,” he added.

    Three priests

  • This class of computer-controlled cameras is typically used to measure the light from distant stars and galaxies in astrophysical research.

    The Sacred Promise

  • In astrophysical terms, a singularity is a point in space with no height, width, or depth – often with a whole star shoved inside.

    Of Singularities

  • I did not know it then, but I am what is called an “Indigo Adult” or “Star Seed” depending on whose label we choose to identify a new breed of human being that is infiltrating this dimension at this time in our collective astrophysical history.

    All Things Girl » All Things Girl » Blog Archive » Guest Post: Dr. Janine Talty, D. O., M. P. H.

  • Fr. Spitzer is currently engaged in an ambitious project to explain the metaphysical consequences of the latest astrophysical discoveries, mainly, the existence of a Creator.

    Three priests

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