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It may well have included astronomy and mathematics. Celtic Mythology (1987)He is interested in cosmology and astronomy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The new science of radio astronomy was emerging from the wartime studies of radar. The Origin of the Universe (1995)The link between astronomy and astrology could no longer be taken for granted. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)They imply that the world of physics and astronomy is inexhaustible. Infinite in All Directions (1989)This is now arguably the best place in Britain to be studying astronomy and cosmology. Times, Sunday Times (2007)First floor, astronomy and space suits. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He writes on astronomy and astrology without knowing either'. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)The scientific revolution consisted of new knowledge, particularly about physics and astronomy but also about biology and chemistry. World History: Patterns of Change and Continuity (1995)It would mean a complete withdrawal from observational radio astronomy in the UK. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His particular expertise was space exploration and astronomy, but he wrote widely on science, aided by an impressive contacts book. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They run into the same trap, whether they are making recommendations about astronomy or high-energy physics or computers or nuclear power or plasma physics. Infinite in All Directions (1989)Q WHAT made you interested in physics and astronomy? The Sun (2010)
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British English: astronomy /əˈstrɒnəmɪ/ NOUN
Astronomy is the scientific study of the stars, planets, and other natural objects in space.
- American English: astronomy
- Arabic: عِلْمُ الفَلَك
- Brazilian Portuguese: astronomia
- Chinese: 天文学
- Croatian: astronomija
- Czech: astronomie
- Danish: astronomi
- Dutch: astronomie
- European Spanish: astronomía
- Finnish: tähtitiede
- French: astronomie
- German: Astronomie
- Greek: αστρονομία
- Italian: astronomia
- Japanese: 天文学
- Korean: 천문학
- Norwegian: astronomi
- Polish: astronomia
- European Portuguese: astronomia
- Romanian: astronomie
- Russian: астрономия
- Spanish: astronomía
- Swedish: astronomi
- Thai: ดาราศาสตร์
- Turkish: astronomi
- Ukrainian: астрономія
- Vietnamese: thiên văn học
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