armillary sphere definition

  • noun:
    • a vintage astronomical model with solid bands, all circles of an individual world, regularly display connections among the principal celestial sectors.
    • a musical instrument composed of graduated metal sectors always express the motions of celestial systems all over planet.
    • See under Armillary, Crystalline,.
    • a celestial globe consisting of material hoops; used by very early astronomers to look for the positions of movie stars
    • An old astronomical design with solid rings, all groups of just one world, regularly display relationships one of the principal celestial groups.
    • An instrument consisting of graduated steel sectors used to portray the motions of celestial systems all over planet.
    • See under Armillary, Crystalline,.
    • a celestial globe composed of metal hoops; employed by early astronomers to look for the roles of movie stars
  • adjective:
    • a historical astronomical device made up of an assemblage of bands, all sectors of the identical sphere, built to express the jobs associated with the important sectors associated with the celestial world.
    • a historical astronomical device made up of an assemblage of rings, all sectors of the same world, designed to express the positions regarding the crucial sectors of celestial sphere.

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