- celestial mechanics
- plural noun [treated as sing.] the branch of astronomy concerned with the calculation of the motions of celestial objects such as planets.

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**Celestial mechanics**— is the branch of astrophysics that deals with the motions of celestial objects. The field applies principles of physics, historically classical mechanics, to astronomical objects such as stars and planets to produce ephemeris data. Orbital… … Wikipedia**celestial mechanics**— pl.n. the branch of astronomy that deals with the motion and positions of celestial objects in orbit … English World dictionary**celestial mechanics**— the branch of astronomy that deals with the application of the laws of dynamics and Newton s law of gravitation to the motions of heavenly bodies. [1815 25] * * * Branch of astronomy that deals with the mathematical theory of the motions of… … Universalium**celestial mechanics**— dangaus mechanika statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. celestial mechanics vok. Himmelsmechanik, f rus. небесная механика, f pranc. mécanique céleste, f … Fizikos terminų žodynas**celestial mechanics**— noun The dynamics of celestial bodies subject to mutual gravitational attraction … Wiktionary**celestial mechanics**— celes′tial mechan′ics n. astron. the branch of astronomy that applies the laws of dynamics and gravitation to the motions of heavenly bodies … From formal English to slang**Celestial Mechanics**— A branch of astronomy which studies the motions and gravitational influences of the members of a solar system … The writer's dictionary of science fiction, fantasy, horror and mythology**celestial mechanics**— noun the branch of astronomy concerned with the application of Newton s laws of motion to the motions of heavenly bodies • Hypernyms: ↑astronomy, ↑uranology … Useful english dictionary**mechanics**— /meuh kan iks/, n. 1. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of physics that deals with the action of forces on bodies and with motion, comprised of kinetics, statics, and kinematics. 2. (used with a sing. v.) the theoretical and practical application … Universalium**Celestial spheres**— Not to be confused with celestial sphere. For other uses, see Celestial (disambiguation). Geocentric celestial spheres; Peter Apian s Cosmographia (Antwerp, 1539) … Wikipedia