Traducción de astrophysics en Español:


astrofísica, n.

Pronunciación /ˌæstroʊˈfɪzɪks//astrə(ʊ)ˈfɪzɪks/


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    astrofísica femenino
    • According to my research on astrophysics, the most powerful of the known forces in the universe is nuclear energy, which fuels the stars.
    • The picture suggests possible solutions to many outstanding questions in physics and astrophysics.
    • This discovery represents a new frontier in neutron-star astrophysics.
    • Each of these experiments generated an enormous amount of theoretical interest in the areas of cosmology and astrophysics they touched upon.
    • His interests range from astrophysics and quantum mechanics to mathematical puzzles and games.
    • The South Building, built from 1891 to 1899, was an astrophysics observatory.
    • He was later promoted to chief observer and professor of astrophysics.
    • For the Hayden Planetarium, the new technology offered the potential to convey contemporary astrophysics as never before.
    • I read up on interstellar objects and astrophysics and studied quasars, pulsars and supernovas, but my main focus was black holes.
    • Modern astronomical research proceeds at a rapid pace due to the application of new technologies in astronomy and astrophysics.
    • Her work tends to encompass the overlap of mathematics, general relativity, and astrophysics.
    • Reading about cosmology captured her imagination and, intrigued by questions of how the universe came to be, she narrowed her focus to astrophysics.
    • Cosmology and astrophysics are branches of physics in which one needs an unusual combination of breadth and depth to excel.
    • A team of astronomers might have solved one of the mysteries of astrophysics with the discovery of a clutch of quasars, hiding behind clouds of dust.
    • I said that I'd prefer particle physics, but astrophysics was fine too.
    • He has published about two dozen papers in various astronomy and astrophysics journals.
    • I was about twelve years old when my father began bringing home Fred Hoyle's books on astrophysics.
    • Only the professionals could afford the large telescopes and complex support gear required for modern astronomy and astrophysics.
    • I predict that particle physics and its links with astrophysics and cosmology will continue to be exciting in the foreseeable future.
    • His interests span a broad range of topics in astrophysics, from cosmology to the emergence of intelligent life.
    • In many instances, these three basic physical sciences even overlap, giving rise to joint disciplines such as astrophysics and chemical physics.