Translation of astronomical in Spanish:

astronomical

astronómico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌæstrəˈnɑmək(ə)l//astrəˈnɒmɪk(ə)l/

adjective

  • 1

    Astronomy
    astronómico
    • The first known astronomical observations made by Galileo were carried out in 1604 for different reasons.
    • To astronomers, a transit occurs whenever a small astronomical object passes in front of a larger one.
    • In that year he corrected the calendar to bring it into line with his accurate astronomical observations.
    • Neptune was the first to be detected as the result of an astronomical calculation rather than accidental observation.
    • This material is not related to comets but rather to other astronomical bodies.
    • Of all of the astronomical objects, the Sun is the most important to human beings.
    • Eclipses result from the astronomical relationship between Earth, Moon and Sun.
    • Thus the core mystery is not yet solved: what kind of astronomical object could explode so catastrophically?
    • By 1905, of course, astronomical observations had greatly improved due to photography.
    • In astronomy he worked on making observations more precise by improving astronomical instruments.
    • From Lippershey, Galileo picked up the idea of building a telescope for astronomical research.
    • This discovery was of great importance to the astronomical world, but Hubble's greatest moment was yet to come.
    • A corollary of this is that, before Hipparchus, astronomical tables based on Greek geometrical methods did not exist.
    • The celestial globe is an astronomical instrument used to measure the stars and the nature of the universe.
    • Zach was now appointed as director of a new astronomical observatory to be built at Seeberg, Gotha.
    • One of the most extraordinary buildings is a circular astronomical observatory.
    • Al-Mahri used astronomical observations of the height of stars to determine the difference in latitude between two places.
    • He began correcting the errors in existing astronomical tables by making observations of the motion of the planets with a cheap telescope.
    • His interest in optics also fitted in with an interest in making astronomical observations.
    • The Moon could also become the principal astronomical observation platform in the solar system.
    • Although such reports are often discounted as meteor showers or astronomical phenomena, other sightings are not so easy to dismiss.
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    (amount/prices) astronómico
    of astronomical proportions de proporciones gigantescas
    • Next he went on to tell me how hard it was for him to pay the astronomical education fees for his daughter on the money he made as a taxi driver.
    • Not every company charges an astronomical rate, a massive arrangement fee and suggests a loan which extends to the next generation.
    • Such astronomical fees would put university beyond the reach of many.
    • A total of 15,200 workers have come to Britain this summer, some expecting to earn astronomical sums.
    • Even some of the more hardened observers are stunned by the astronomical amounts of money that can be made.
    • Centre forwards are match winners - they are the ones who spark bidding wars and attract the astronomical transfer fees.
    • The ornateness of the decoration and the skill of the band must have required an astronomical amount of money.
    • Now the truth is that the government wants people to smoke, as the amount of tax that we pay on cigarettes in astronomical.
    • If you add all the money raised for cancer research each year, you will have an astronomical amount.
    • If we agree to this, in a very short time fees will be at astronomical levels and we will have created a market in higher education.
    • It seems the pay is average but the workplace hazard allowance is astronomical.
    • To my advantage was the fact I wouldn't cost an astronomical fee.
    • It is spending astronomical amounts of money, alienating allies and further antagonizing opponents.