Definition of Ecliptics

1. Noun. (plural of ecliptic) ¹



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Definition of Ecliptics

1. ecliptic [n] - See also: ecliptic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ecliptics

eclipse
eclipse blindness
eclipse period
eclipse phase
eclipsed
eclipser
eclipsers
eclipses
eclipsing
eclipsing binary
eclipsis
eclipsises
ecliptic
ecliptical
ecliptick
ecliptics (current term)
eclog
eclogite
eclogites
eclogitic
eclogitized
eclogs
eclogue
eclogues
eclose
eclosed
ecloses
eclosing
eclosion
eclosions

Literary usage of Ecliptics

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Primary Phenomenal Astronomy for Teachers and General Readers: How to Study by Frederick Harold Bailey (1886)
"The best ecliptics will probably be made of narrow linen tape, in two pieces—one for each hemisphere— spaced and marked for month and day of month. ..."

2. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society by Royal Astronomical Society (1908)
"ill dr dr As L is at our disposal, we so take it that the distances of the origins of reckoning on the fixed and moving ecliptics from their common node are ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1872)
"If we trace the equator of dip according to the best authorities, it is found to undulate between the two ecliptics just described, and to intersect them ..."

4. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1872)
"If we trace the equator of dip according to the best authorities, it is found to undulate between the two ecliptics just described, and to intersect them ..."

5. The Elements of the Four Inner Planets and the Fundamental Constants of by Simon Newcomb (1895)
"L = 175 46.63 L = 176 59.13 77, = 176 22.9 As the basis of our work we have computed the required quantities for the zero ecliptics of 1600, 1850, and 2100, ..."

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