- perception by means of the eyes
- use of the faculty of vision
- perceive by sight or have the power to perceive by sight
- perceive mentally, as of an idea
- perceive with any or all of one's senses
- consider or deem to be; regard
- get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally
- find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort
The word seeing can mean more than one thing: ...
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• (conj. (but originally a present participle) ) In view of the fact (that); considering; taking into account (that); insmuch as; since; because; -- followed by a dependent clause; as, he did well, seeing that he was so young. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of See
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adjective having vision, not blind
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See'ing conj. (but originally a present participle) . In view of the fact (that); considering; taking into account (that); insmuch as; since; because; - - followed by a dependent clause; as, he did well, seeing that he was so young. « Wherefore come ye to me, seeing ye hate me?»...
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A measure of the atmospheres stability. Poor seeing makes objects waver or blur when viewed in a telescope at high magnification. The best seeing often occurs on hazy nights, when the skys transparency is poor.
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in astronomy, sharpness of a telescopic image. Seeing is dependent upon the degree of turbulence in the Earth`s atmosphere for a given telescope. ... [1 related articles]
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seeing, in astronomy, the clarity with which stars and other celestial objects can be observed. It is primarily determined by the atmosphere of the earth. The most obvious phenomenon is twinkling, when the brightness of a star seems to fluctuate. Known to astronomers as scintillation, twinkling is c...
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The blurring of a stellar (point-like) image due to turbulence in Earth's atmosphere. Seeing estimates are often given in terms of the full-width in arcseconds of the image at the points where the intensity has fallen to half its peak value. The typical value at a good site is a little better than 1...
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The condition of the Earth's atmosphere at a particular time. If the sky is clear astronomers say there is good seeing.
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[adj] - having vision, not blind
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