apogalacticon

Taxonomy vs Apogalacticon - What's the difference?

taxonomy | apogalacticon |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and apogalacticon

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while apogalacticon is (astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is furthest from the centre of its local galaxy.

Apogalacticon vs Galacticon - What's the difference?

apogalacticon | galacticon | Derived terms |

Apogalacticon is a derived term of galacticon.


In astronomy|lang=en terms the difference between apogalacticon and galacticon

is that apogalacticon is (astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is furthest from the centre of its local galaxy while galacticon is (astronomy) a galactic apsis.

As nouns the difference between apogalacticon and galacticon

is that apogalacticon is (astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is furthest from the centre of its local galaxy while galacticon is (astronomy) a galactic apsis.

Perigalacticon vs Apogalacticon - What's the difference?

perigalacticon | apogalacticon | Antonyms |

Perigalacticon is an antonym of apogalacticon.


In astronomy|lang=en terms the difference between perigalacticon and apogalacticon

is that perigalacticon is (astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is closest to the centre of its local galaxy while apogalacticon is (astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is furthest from the centre of its local galaxy.

As nouns the difference between perigalacticon and apogalacticon

is that perigalacticon is (astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is closest to the centre of its local galaxy while apogalacticon is (astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is furthest from the centre of its local galaxy.

Apogalactic vs Apogalacticon - What's the difference?

apogalactic | apogalacticon | Related terms |

Apogalactic is a related term of apogalacticon.


As an adjective apogalactic

is of or pertaining to an apogalacticon.

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 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.

Star vs Apogalacticon - What's the difference?

star | apogalacticon |


As nouns the difference between star and apogalacticon

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

Orbit vs Apogalacticon - What's the difference?

orbit | apogalacticon |


As nouns the difference between orbit and apogalacticon

is that orbit is orbit (path of one object around another object) while apogalacticon is (astronomy) the point in the orbit of a star at which it is furthest from the centre of its local galaxy.