astrophysics

[ as-troh-fiz-iks ]SEE DEFINITION OF astrophysics
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Roger covered electronics, astrophysics, astrogation, and allied fields.

During these years Professor Langley devoted a great deal of time and thought to astrophysics.

Astrophysics is a science still at the outset of a magnificent career.

He faded out his own office, and was immediately replaced by an astrophysics laboratory.

There are others that are difficult to explain, unless you have a good background in astrophysics, Rick.

"Well, the astrophysics computer I worked with at the University occupies a total of about one million cubic feet," Conn began.

A limit is placed on our knowledge of astrophysics which, up to the present time, we have found no means of overstepping.

The subject of Astrophysics does not admit of so definite a subdivision as that of Astrometry.

Admittedly, he didn't have much knowledge of astrophysics or radio astronomy.

"I'm positive, Commander," replied the beautiful young doctor of astrophysics.

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