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  1. In Astronomy it is also called period of rotation. the time in which a body rotates once on its axis or the time in which a planet or satellite revolves once about its primary.

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  2. ... totality of change implicit in this definition distinguishes it from ..., and Iranian revolutions . The American Revolution ...word revolution , borrowed from astronomy , took on its political...

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  3. ...quot; question doesn't make sense to me. By definition a planet has always an orbit. So maybe the answer...on its own axis is the same as the period of revolution of its orbit, meaning that it shows always...

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  4. ...quot;rotation", and some of the definitions of "rotation" are synonymous with the word " revolution ." This is one... (or take an astronomy course), use their terminology...

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  5. By definition the meridian is the great circle going through the zenith and the points...

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  6. ... not the sun that moves--it is Earth's orbital motion ( revolution ) that makes it appear to move. The orbit takes a year (365...

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  7. REVOLUTION !! Pluto IS a planet! Yes, it has a strange orbit...

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  8. ... with the Greek god Cronus. 2. Astronomy . the planet sixth in order from the sun, having...the sun of 886.7 million mi. (1427 million km), a period of revolution of 29.46 years, and 21 known moons...

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  9. ...scientific ideas in physics, astronomy and biology, in institutions...universe. Emergence of the revolution Since the time of Voltaire... coined the term and definition of 'The Scientific...

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  10. ... half of such a great circle from pole to pole. Astronomy A great circle passing through the two ... A curve on a surface of revolution , formed by the intersection of the surface with a plane...

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