astronomically

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Astronomically this new sun was the Regenerator, by which all Nature was renewed.

M. Cassini, the director of the Observatory of Paris, has discussed it astronomically.

We were out late—so late that it was night only astronomically.

What would have happened, astronomically, if the sun had stood still?

Astronomically and cosmically 29considered, no intelligible meaning is conveyed.

The powerful telescopes were also set up and observations of the heavens occupied the astronomically inclined for an hour or two.

Cleomedes says that the summer day in Thule lasted a month, while the astronomically ignorant Pliny puts it at six months.

Geographically and astronomically the most favorably located mountain for a great observatory is Mount Chimborazo in Ecuador.

While they were being thus frightened in France, the Chinese were observing it astronomically.

For myself, the narrative appears to me astronomically too incomplete for any astronomical conclusions to be drawn from it.

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