Translation of galactic in Spanish:

galactic

galáctico, adj.

Pronunciation /ɡəˈlæktɪk//ɡəˈlaktɪk/

adjective

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    galáctico
    • The second are galactic cosmic rays, which, although not as lethal as solar flares, represent a continuous background radiation to which the crew would be exposed.
    • But even shielding does little good against so-called galactic cosmic radiation, which originates in deep space.
    • If accurate, this new view of galactic demography might force astronomers to rethink the fundamentals of galaxy formation.
    • In fact, the Universe as observed today seems to have barely a fraction of the mass needed to keep galaxies from flying apart, based on the rotations of the stars in the galaxy about the galactic center.
    • They are produced in the atmosphere by the interaction of galactic cosmic rays with the atoms of the atmosphere.
    • In fact, the Sun is at an optimal distance from the galactic centre, called the co-rotation radius.
    • It was possibly the most important observation but it was just personal observation to sample the glory and the majesty of the galactic plain and the centre of the galaxy.
    • The cyclical nature of our weather changes point to the variables in our solar system and even galactic variations.
    • A coil of a superconducting material could produce a substantial magnetic field, which could, in turn, deflect the energetic galactic cosmic radiation.
    • The galactic centre of our galaxy is one of Integral's prime targets.
    • The galactic centre can only be observed at certain wavelengths, such as X-rays, because large amounts of dust lie in our line of sight and this blocks out optical light.
    • Our Milky Way galaxy is gobbling up its galactic neighbor, Sagittarius, and scientists this week offered documentary proof of this continuing cosmic cannibalism.
    • Why, given its exceedingly smooth beginnings, is the universe so clumpy, on all scales from galaxies to galactic superclusters?
    • They compared the observed shape in space of 160,000 galaxies to models of galactic distribution that incorporated various masses for the neutrino.
    • A record of the long term variations of the galactic cosmic ray flux can be extracted from Iron meteorites.
    • Radiation could perhaps be a show-stopper because the environment in space - there's galactic cosmic rays.
    • Other sources that contribute to the near-Earth space environment include galactic cosmic ray particles, which originate from outside of the solar system.
    • By contrast, to reach our nearest galactic neighbor, the Andromeda galaxy, you'd need only twenty-five Milky Ways.
    • However, there are larger explosions, notably those that go on in the middle of active galactic nucleii, like quasars.
    • The space radiation environment encompasses a broad spectrum of radiation ranging from infra-red to galactic cosmic radiation.