Translation of stellar in Spanish:


estelar, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈstɛlər//ˈstɛlə/


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    • And a trio of roughly Earth-sized planets was found in 2002 to orbit a dense stellar corpse known as a neutron star.
    • If the interior of the Sun were better mixed then it might have a longer lifetime, but things are as they are, and stellar interiors are heavily stratified.
    • So many, perhaps most, of these so-called planetary systems may in fact be stellar or brown dwarf binaries.
    • It has been used for observations ranging from galaxy structure to stellar evolution.
    • After about three years concentrating on a mathematical theory of stellar structure, Milne turned his attention to cosmology.
    • I researched my vet and found that although one nearby was okay, one only a short distance further had a stellar reputation.
    • This synthesis of nuclear physics and stellar astronomy has led us to four significant conclusions.
    • The Great Pyramid could have functioned as a stellar observatory during its construction.
    • Scientists say the data will not only reveal the composition of the sun, but illuminate how our planet could have formed from clouds of stellar dust.
    • He was also the editor or co-editor of substantial publications on the atmospheres of the Earth and the planets, the Solar System, and stars and stellar systems.
    • The remnant stellar core in the centre is now sending out a flood of ultraviolet light into the surrounding gas.
    • Because planets are so dim compared to stars, technology has not been able to spot them amid stellar glare.
    • He has photographed enough stellar nebula, white dwarfs and pinwheel galaxies to fill many a photo album.
    • The stars are replaced by a homogenous sea of glowing hot gas with embedded jewels of stellar accretion disks, neutron stars and super nova remnants.
    • It is also the first disk imaged around an M-type red dwarf, the most common type of star in the stellar neighborhood around the Sun.
    • Astronomers see these processes occurring in other stars and witness outbursts and oscillations in stellar sizes on all sorts of time scales.
    • At each stage, mass is lost, the stellar structure changes, and the star recycles chemical elements into space.
    • Dwarf irregular galaxies are probably fairly old stellar systems whose chemical and physical properties may be the result of the process of slow evolution.
    • Thus in 1495 Pico della Mirandola dismissed divinatory astrology as a confusion of real physical planets with stellar divinities.
    • Most theories of stellar evolution portray stars as lone entities or perhaps in a pair with one other star.