Nghĩa của từ orbit bằng Tiếng Anh

noun
1
the curved path of a celestial object or spacecraft around a star, planet, or moon, especially a periodic elliptical revolution.
He therefore accepted Kepler's theory of elliptical orbits for the planets and tested Kepler's laws by direct observation.
2
a sphere of activity, interest, or application.
a radical filmmaker outside the Hollywood orbit
verb
1
(of a celestial object or spacecraft) move in orbit around (a star, planet, or moon).
Mercury orbits the Sun
synonyms: revolve aroundcircle around go around travel around

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1. Finding Delta V to Circularize orbit after a transfer orbit

2. Hyperbolic orbit: An orbit with the eccentricity greater than 1.

3. Orbit acquisition

4. 7 The orbit of this comet intersects the orbit of the Earth.

5. Orbit trajectory, clear.

6. Elliptic orbit: An orbit with an eccentricity greater than 0 and less than 1 whose orbit traces the path of an ellipse.

7. We learn about its orbit, the period of its orbit and so on.

8. Three planets orbit it.

9. Pushing out of orbit.

10. Mercury's orbit is fairly eccentric.

11. Okay, we're out of orbit.

12. Pluto has an elliptic orbit.

13. Hammer is heading Earth's orbit,

14. The orbit around the moon is called lunar orbit. The point on the lunar orbit at which the satellite is at a largest distance from the moon is called Apolune. The shape of the lunar orbit is an ellipse

15. The first satellite, Sputnik 1, was put into orbit around Earth and was therefore in geocentric orbit.

16. 13 Mercury's orbit is fairly eccentric.

17. Q . What is a geocentric orbit?

18. The orbit variation in one day under the nonspherical perturbation is shown and the motion of the orbit...

19. 2 Mercury's orbit is fairly eccentric.

20. The space shuttle soared into orbit.

21. The orbit of a celestial body.

22. 1983 – Pioneer 10 travels beyond Pluto's orbit.

23. The orbit of a space satellite decayed.

24. This is Pluto's orbit right over here.

25. Boosters are traditionally necessary to launch spacecraft into low Earth orbit (absent a single-stage-to-orbit design), and are especially important for a space vehicle to go beyond Earth orbit

26. Position and elevation acquisition for orbit determination

27. The eccentricity of the orbit is 0.66.

28. 16 How many planets orbit the sun?

29. 13 Our team has gone into orbit.

30. Both target and projectile orbit the primary.

31. The Space Shuttle is now in orbit.

32. Trajectory, what's our status on the orbit window?

33. The crew also photographed the Earth from orbit.

34. The satellite is now in a stable orbit.

35. 6 They successfully lofted a spaceship into orbit.

36. The two spacecraft will link up in orbit.

37. Went into orbit at the box office, too.

38. 13 The Space Shuttle is now in orbit.

39. 10 The orbit of a space satellite decayed.

40. 9 Prices have gone into orbit this year.

41. Scanning 90 degrees of longitude as we orbit.

42. Low-orbit freefall, no chute and big fireworks.

43. Limit the probability of accidental collision in orbit:

44. Boosters are traditionally necessary to launch spacecraft into low Earth orbit (absent a single-stage-to-orbit design), and are especially important

45. Aphelion: 1 n apoapsis in solar orbit; the point in the orbit of a planet or comet that is at the greatest distance from the sun Antonyms: perihelion periapsis in solar orbit; the point in the orbit of a planet or comet where it is nearest to the sun Type of: apoapsis , point of apoapsis (astronomy) the point in an orbit farthest from the body

46. Antinode [′an·tə‚nōd] (astronomy) Either of the two points on an orbit where a line in the orbit plane, perpendicular to the line of nodes and passing through the focus, intersects the orbit

47. Ida takes 4.84089 years to complete one orbit.

48. Six space telescopes orbit the Sun in formation.

49. 11 They successfully lofted a spaceship into orbit.

50. In Earth orbit, the horizon's just slightly curved.