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Ap'sis (ăp'sĭs) noun ; plural Apsides (ăp'sĭ*dēz). See Apse . [ Latin apsis , absis , Greek 'apsi`s , 'apsi^dos , a tying, fastening, the hoop of a wheel, t...
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Origin: L. Apsis, absis, Gr, a tying, fastening, the hoop of a wheel, the wheel, a bow, arch, vault, fr. To fasten. ... 1. <astronomy> One of the two points of an orbit, as of a planet or satellite, which are at the greatest and least distance from the central body, corresponding to the apheli...
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• (n.) In a curve referred to polar coordinates, any point for which the radius vector is a maximum or minimum. • (n.) One of the two points of an orbit, as of a planet or satellite, which are at the greatest and least distance from the central body, corresponding to the aphelion and perih...
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An apsis (Greek ἁψίς, gen. ἁψίδος), plural apsides (z; Greek: ἁψίδες), is the point of greatest or least distance of a body from one of the foci of its elliptical orbit. In modern celestial mechanics this focus is also the center of attraction, which is usually the center of mass...
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Either of the points in the orbit of a celestial object that is farthest from or closest to the body being orbited. The closest point is the periapsis, the further point the apoapsis. The line joining these points is called the line of apsides, and is another name for the major axis of the orbit. Ro...
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apsis (pl. apsides), point in the orbit of a body where the body is neither approaching nor receding from another body about which it revolves. Any elliptical orbit has two apsides. At the perigee the moon or other satellite is as close as it ever gets to the earth, and it begins to move away; at th...
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In astronomy, an apsis is one of the two points of the orbit of a heavenly body situated at the extremities of the major axis of the ellipse formed by the orbit, one of the points being that at which the body is at its greatest and the other that at which it is at its least distance from its primary...
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1) Apse 2) Astronomical point 3) Closest or farthest orbit point 4) Eccentric orbit point 5) Extreme point in an orbit 6) Higher... (orbital point) 7) Niche 8) Orbit part 9) Orbit point 10) Orbital extreme 11) Orbital point...
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