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astronomer

synonym (synonym of astronomer)

  • (noun.person)
    a physicist who studies astronomy (noun.person)
     
  • (noun)
    astrologian, astronomian
    An astrologer. (noun)
     

hypernym (astronomer IS A KIND OF .... relation)

  • a physicist who studies astronomy (noun.person)
    a scientist trained in physics (noun.person)
     

hyponym (.... IS A KIND OF astronomer relation)

  • (noun.person)
    an astronomer who studies the physical properties of celestial bodies (noun.person)
     
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    an astronomer who studies the evolution and space-time relations of the universe (noun.person)
     

instance hyponym (.... IS A KIND OF astronomer relation (represent specific [usually real-world] instances of something))

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    an Egyptian polymath (born in Iraq) whose research in geometry and optics was influential into the 17th century; established experiments as the norm o more.. (noun.person)
     
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    a presocratic Greek philosopher and student of Thales who believed the universal substance to be infinity rather than something resembling ordinary ob more.. (noun.person)
     
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    an ancient Greek astronomer who was one of the first to propose a heliocentric theory of the universe (circa 270 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    German mathematician and astronomer who made accurate measurements of stellar distances and who predicted the existence on an 8th planet (1784-1846) (noun.person)
     
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    United States mathematician and astronomer noted for his works on navigation (1773-1838) (noun.person)
     
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    Danish astronomer whose observations of the planets provided the basis for Kepler's laws of planetary motion (1546-1601) (noun.person)
     
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    Swedish astronomer who devised the centigrade thermometer (1701-1744) (noun.person)
     
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    Polish astronomer who produced a workable model of the solar system with the sun in the center (1473-1543) (noun.person)
     
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    English astronomer remembered for his popular elucidation of relativity theory (1882-1944) (noun.person)
     
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    Greek mathematician and astronomer who estimated the circumference of the earth and the distances to the Moon and sun (276-194 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    Italian astronomer and mathematician who was the first to use a telescope to study the stars; demonstrated that different weights descend at the same more.. (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer who discovered that sunspots are associated with strong magnetic fields (1868-1938) (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer who discovered Phobos and Deimos (the two satellites of Mars) (1829-1907) (noun.person)
     
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    English astronomer who used Newton's laws of motion to predict the period of a comet (1656-1742) (noun.person)
     
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    English astronomer (born in Germany) who discovered infrared light and who catalogued the stars and discovered the planet Uranus (1738-1822) (noun.person)
     
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    English astronomer (son of William Herschel) who extended the catalogue of stars to the southern hemisphere and did pioneering work in photography (17 more.. (noun.person)
     
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    Greek astronomer and mathematician who discovered the precession of the equinoxes and made the first known star chart and is said to have invented tri more.. (noun.person)
     
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    English astronomer who pioneered spectroscopic analysis in astronomy and who discovered the red shift (1824-1910) (noun.person)
     
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    Greek philosopher and astronomer; she invented the astrolabe (370-415) (noun.person)
     
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    German astronomer who first stated laws of planetary motion (1571-1630) (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer (born in the Netherlands) who studied the solar system and suggested in 1951 that there is a belt of comet-like debris at the more.. (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer and aviation pioneer who invented the bolometer and contributed to the design of early aircraft (1834-1906) (noun.person)
     
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    French mathematician and astronomer who formulated the nebular hypothesis concerning the origins of the solar system and who developed the theory of p more.. (noun.person)
     
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    English astronomer who pioneered radio astronomy (born in 1913) (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer whose studies of Mars led him to conclude that Mars was inhabited (1855-1916) (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer who studied sunspots and nebulae (1818-1889) (noun.person)
     
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    German mathematician and astronomer (1436-1476) (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer (1835-1909) (noun.person)
     
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    Persian poet and mathematician and astronomer whose poetry was popularized by Edward Fitzgerald's translation (1050-1123) (noun.person)
     
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    Dutch astronomer who proved that the galaxy is rotating and proposed the existence of the Oort cloud (1900-1992) (noun.person)
     
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    United States mathematician and astronomer remembered for his studies of Uranus and Saturn and Neptune (1809-1880) (noun.person)
     
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    Alexandrian astronomer (of the 2nd century) who proposed a geocentric system of astronomy that was undisputed until the late Renaissance (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer said to have built the first telescope made in America; also the first director of the United States Mint (1732-1796) (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer who developed a theory of stellar evolution (1877-1957) (noun.person)
     
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    Italian astronomer who first noted lines (which he called canals) on the surface of Mars (1835-1910) (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer (1885-1972) (noun.person)
     
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    Dutch astronomer who calculated the size of the universe and suggested that it is expanding (1872-1934) (noun.person)
     
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    a presocratic Greek philosopher and astronomer (who predicted an eclipse in 585 BC) who was said by Aristotle to be the founder of physical science; h more.. (noun.person)
     
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    United States astronomer who discovered the planet Pluto (1906-1997) (noun.person)
     

derivation (.... is derived from astronomer)

  • (noun.cognition)
    the branch of physics that studies celestial bodies and the universe as a whole (noun.cognition)
     
  • (verb.perception)
    observe the stars (verb.perception)
     

domain category (astronomer is domain category of ....)

  • (noun.cognition)
    the branch of physics that studies celestial bodies and the universe as a whole (noun.cognition)
     
synonym hypernym hyponym instance hyponym derivation domain category stargazer uranologist physicist astrophysicist cosmologist al-hasan ibn al-haytham al-haytham anaximander aristarchus of samos bessel friedrich wilhelm bessel astronomy uranology stargaze astronomy uranology

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