Astronomical in a sentence as an adjective

So, I hope future people will be sensible and not start looking for some astronomical significance to Manhattan.

[1] As long as you are not doing any astronomical calculations or constrained by regulatory requirements I think google has the right idea.

Reportedly, Gasse thought BeOS was a shoe-in, despite asking an astronomical figure for the sale, so he showed up to the meeting completely unprepared.

Surely the grid would be presumed to have astronomical significance, just as we have found for the pre-historic circle of large vertical rocks known as Stonehenge, in the Salisbury Plain of England.

The quality of instruction and academic support in the undergrad classes makes me cringe for the students, particularly given the astronomical tuitions demanded of them.

Manhattan on the other hand doesn't seem to have any specific purpose from an astronomical perspective and if you look at the shape of the island you'll see that the avenues were built parallel to the long 'sides' of it.

If they don't report the incidence to international police forces and assist in tracking down the actual dealers, they are in my eyes guilty of criminal negligence of astronomical proportions.

Nothing to panic, but an interesting astronomical phenomena nevertheless.

This is a huge difference between windows vista/7/8 where such review is not even possible to do and the number of "packages" is astronomical larger.> Also I wonder what this means for power usage, which is not unimportant in space.

I'm not sure what the outrage against such a fact isif youve taken differential equations youll remember that myriad complex mechanical, electronic, chemical, astronomical, biological, economic, etc. systems have nonlinear characteristics.

He could have used various off-the-shelf technologies and most people would not have objected particularly - for example, anyone with a basic interest in science knows that Galileo was using telescopes to make astronomical observations several centuries before Vermeer, so the notion of moderately good lenses being available by the 17th century would not be strange.

Astronomical definitions


relating or belonging to the science of astronomy; "astronomic telescope"

See also: astronomic


inconceivably large

See also: astronomic galactic