Definition of Craterlets

1. Noun. (plural of craterlet) ¹



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Definition of Craterlets

1. craterlet [n] - See also: craterlet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Craterlets

cratefuls
crateload
crateloads
crater
crater arc
crater face
crater lake
crater lakes
cratered
crateriform
cratering
craterings
craterization
craterless
craterlet
craterlets (current term)
craterlike
craterous
craters
crates
cratesful
crating
craton
cratonic
cratons
cratur
craturs
craunch
craunched

Literary usage of Craterlets

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1. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific by Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1919)
"He responded that he had casually noticed a few such craterlets, for example at the summits of the central peaks in the craters Albategnius, Plinius, ..."

2. The Moon: A Full Description and Map of Its Principal Physical Features by Thomas Gwyn Elger (1895)
"craterlets, CRATER-PITS.—To a great extent the former term is needless and misleading, as the so-called craters merge by imperceptible gradations into very ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1872)
"A comparison of the curves for the 20 lunations, April 1869 to November 1870, is suggestive of the craterlets being a distinct class of objects. ..."

4. The Observatory by Royal Astronomical Society (Gran Bretaña), Royal Greenwich Observatory, NASA Astrophysics Data System Abstract Service, Royal astronomical society GB (1892)
"(4) Many of the Copernicus streaks start from craterlets within the rim, ... Kepler includes two such craterlets, but here the flow seems to have been more ..."

5. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1872)
"A comparison of the curves for the 20 lunations, April 1869 to November 1870, is suggestive of the craterlets being a distinct class of objects. ..."

6. Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes by Thomas William Webb (1893)
"Similar craterlets occur on the rims of other great craters, ... (4) Many of the Copernicus streaks start from craterlets within the rim, flow up the inside ..."

7. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific by Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1919)
"He responded that he had casually noticed a few such craterlets, for example at the summits of the central peaks in the craters Albategnius, Plinius, ..."

8. The Moon: A Full Description and Map of Its Principal Physical Features by Thomas Gwyn Elger (1895)
"craterlets, CRATER-PITS.—To a great extent the former term is needless and misleading, as the so-called craters merge by imperceptible gradations into very ..."

9. Report of the Annual Meeting (1872)
"A comparison of the curves for the 20 lunations, April 1869 to November 1870, is suggestive of the craterlets being a distinct class of objects. ..."

10. The Observatory by Royal Astronomical Society (Gran Bretaña), Royal Greenwich Observatory, NASA Astrophysics Data System Abstract Service, Royal astronomical society GB (1892)
"(4) Many of the Copernicus streaks start from craterlets within the rim, ... Kepler includes two such craterlets, but here the flow seems to have been more ..."

11. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1872)
"A comparison of the curves for the 20 lunations, April 1869 to November 1870, is suggestive of the craterlets being a distinct class of objects. ..."

12. Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes by Thomas William Webb (1893)
"Similar craterlets occur on the rims of other great craters, ... (4) Many of the Copernicus streaks start from craterlets within the rim, flow up the inside ..."

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