Definition of Areocentric

1. Adjective. Of a coordinate system based on the planet Mars. ¹



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Definition of Areocentric

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Areocentric

arenium ions
arenobufagin
arenocenium
arenol
arenols
arenonitrile
arenonitriles
arenonium ion
arenophile
arenophiles
arenose
arenous
arenulous
arenæ
areo-
areocentric (current term)
areographer
areographic
areography
areola
areola mammae
areola of nipple
areola papillaris
areola umbilicus
areolae
areolar
areolar choroiditis
areolar choroidopathy
areolar gland abscess
areolar glands

Literary usage of Areocentric

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1. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1877)
"Hourly motion in areocentric longitude ii^gi These elements give for the mass ... 33"'o Hourly motion in areocentric longitude 47°'ii Period of revolution ..."

2. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society by Royal Astronomical Society (1898)
"... Q the position-angle of the greatest defect of illumination, q the amount of the greatest defect of illumination, E the areocentric angle between Earth ..."

3. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society by Royal Astronomical Society (1904)
"... Q the position- angle of the greatest defect of illumination ; q the amount of the same ; d the areocentric angle between the Earth and the Sun. ..."

4. The Observatory by Royal Astronomical Society (Gran Bretaña), Royal Greenwich Observatory, NASA Astrophysics Data System Abstract Service, Royal astronomical society GB (1880)
"... the error in areocentric longitude of his ephe- meris being + 34C'3 (rather less than the estimated probable error), so that the periodic time ought to ..."

5. A Handbook of Descriptive and Practical Astronomy by George Frederick Chambers (1889)
"The hourly areocentric motion of Phobos is 47°, and on account of its rapid motion and its nearness to the planet this satellite must present a very ..."

6. The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining and (1880)
"... the error in areocentric longitude of his ephemeris being + 34°'3, so that the periodic time ought to be reduced by 1"'074, and would be 7h-39m 13S'966. ..."

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