Noun(1) the (usually elliptical(2) a particular environment or walk of life(3) (4) the path of an electron around the nucleus of an atom(5) the bony cavity in the skull containing the eyeball
Verb(1) move in an orbit
(1) The concern is that the gravitational tug of Jupiter could alter the orbit of the spacecraft and cause it to hit Europa or another moon.(2) It may be moving closer to the orbit of Western Europe, but there are still enormous obstacles to overcome.(3) However, a propellant-free way of moving objects around in orbit very slowly is under development.(4) The researchers successfully recorded an interval of one ten million billionth of a second: that's shorter than the period of an electron's orbit in a hydrogen atom.(5) Jupiter takes 12 years to complete one orbit around the Sun.(6) planets in orbit around the sun(7) The Russians had the space station Mir in orbit and American astronauts were on board for lengthy visits.(8) One was spotted by the Europeans and is so close to its parent star that it completes an orbit in just four days.(9) The scales vary in form and size from the orbit , head, gill-covers, fins and trunk areas.(10) The best known Marxist economists outside the orbit of official Communism found it all but impossible to come to terms with what was happening.(11) Schwabe had been looking at the Sun to discover a planet inside the orbit of Mercury.(12) The maximum number of electrons in any orbit is fixed.(13) The southern parts are within the orbit of London and discharge commuters into Euston, St Pancras, King's Cross, and Liverpool Street.(14) In the 1980s and 90s, the emergence of centers within the orbit of the seminary has accented new mission challenges.(15) Galileo has operated in orbit more than three times longer than its originally planned mission.(16) Jupiter takes about 12 years to complete its orbit but Zu was able to give a much more accurate value than that.
(1) in orbit :: 軌道上で
1. course ::
2. sphere ::
3. field ::
4. orbital cavity ::
5. ambit ::
6. revolve around ::
7. orb ::
Different Formsorbit, orbital, orbitals, orbited, orbiter, orbiters, orbiting, orbits
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