Translation of astronomy in Spanish:

astronomy

astronomía, n.

Pronunciation: /əˈstrɒnəmi//əˈstrɑnəmi/

noun

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    astronomía feminine
    • Analysis was driven by the requirements of mathematical physics and astronomy.
    • He held university chairs in astronomy, physics and mathematics as well as working as an architect.
    • In addition to his mathematical work, Talbot also published on astronomy and physics.
    • From his works we know that Kushyar was primarily an astronomer who wrote texts on astronomy and geography.
    • This is an area of astronomy in which amateurs are able to make vital contributions to our knowledge base.
    • An inquiry into the effect of light pollution on astronomy was published last year.
    • It was not only in mathematics and astronomy, however, that Newcomb made major contributions.
    • One of the hallmarks of his spell as Astronomer Royal is his popularization of astronomy.
    • Secondly, astronomy is one of the few sciences in which the amateur can play a really useful role.
    • Newton, too, chose to work principally in the more traditional field of planetary astronomy.
    • Supernovae are among the most spectacular phenomena known to astronomy.
    • Horrocks was educated at Cambridge, where he pursued his passion for astronomy and mathematics.
    • Padua was famous for its medical school and while he was there Copernicus studied both medicine and astronomy.
    • He studied physics as his main subject but took mathematics, astronomy and chemistry as minor subjects.
    • Gergonne was appointed to the chair of astronomy at the University of Montpellier in 1816.
    • In 1751 he went to the University of Utrecht to lecture on mathematics and astronomy.
    • Topics other than mathematics also interested him, especially physics and astronomy.
    • Ancient India is also described as the original home of mathematics, astronomy and medicine.
    • Although he studied mathematics and astronomy at Cambridge, he was also interested in biology.
    • He made a number of contributions to mathematics, physics and astronomy.