periastron

The point of closest approach of two stars, as in a binary star orbit.
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Periastron

Per`i·as'tron noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... about + ... a star.] (Astron.) That point, in the real or apparent orbit of one star revolving around another, at which the former is nearest to the latter.
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periastron

<astronomy> That point, in the real or apparent orbit of one star revolving around another, at which the former is nearest to the latter. ... Origin: NL, fr. Gr. About + a star. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Periastron

• (n.) That point, in the real or apparent orbit of one star revolving around another, at which the former is nearest to the latter.
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periastron

periastron That point, in the real or apparent orbit of one star revolving around another, at which the former is nearest to the latter.
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periastron

The point in the orbital motion of a binary star system when the two stars are closest together.
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periastron

periastron (per"ēăs'trun) : see apsis.
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