galaxy

Galaxy vs Astrocladistics - What's the difference?

galaxy | astrocladistics |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As a noun astrocladistics is

(cosmology) the phylogenetic analysis of galaxy evolution.

Galaxy vs Galcon - What's the difference?

galaxy | galcon |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As a noun galcon is

(physics|astronomy) a hydrodynamic model of galaxy formation.

Galaxy vs Circumgalactic - What's the difference?

galaxy | circumgalactic |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As an adjective circumgalactic is

(astronomy) surrounding a galaxy.

Galaxy vs Pseudobulge - What's the difference?

galaxy | pseudobulge |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As a noun pseudobulge is

(astronomy) a small galaxy that is easily mistaken for a bulge of a larger one.

Galaxy vs Anticenter - What's the difference?

galaxy | anticenter |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As a noun anticenter is

(astronomy) the point in the sky opposite to that of the centre of the galaxy (when viewed from earth).

Galaxy vs Arclet - What's the difference?

galaxy | arclet |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As a noun arclet is

(astronomy) a small arc of a galaxy.

Galaxy vs Perigalacticon - What's the difference?

galaxy | perigalacticon |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As a noun perigalacticon is

(astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is closest to the centre of its local galaxy.

Galaxy vs Apogalacticon - What's the difference?

galaxy | apogalacticon |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As a noun apogalacticon is

(astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is furthest from the centre of its local galaxy.

Galaxy vs Galactocentric - What's the difference?

galaxy | galactocentric |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As an adjective galactocentric is

(astronomy) relative to the centre of the galaxy.

Galaxy vs Galaxywide - What's the difference?

galaxy | galaxywide |


As a proper noun galaxy

is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.

As an adjective galaxywide is

throughout a galaxy.

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