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plane sailing
noun , naut the calculation of a ship's place in its course as if the Earth were flat instead of spherical. Compare plain sailing.

plane tree see under plane4

planet pronunciación
1 astron
a a celestial body, in orbit around the Sun or another star;
b one of nine such bodies, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, that revolve around the Sun in the solar system. Also called major planet.
c a satellite of a planet. Also called secondary planet.
2 astrol the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune or Pluto, thought to influence signs of the zodiac and used in the interpretation of horoscopes.
[13c: from French planète , from Greek planetes wanderer]

noun (planetaria or planetariums )
1 a special projector by means of which the positions and movements of stars and planets can be projected onto a hemispherical domed ceiling in order to simulate the appearance of the night sky.
2 the building that houses such a projector.
[1920s in these senses; 18c referring to an orrery: from Latin planetarius planetary]

planetary pronunciación
1 astron
a relating to or resembling a planet;
b consisting of or produced by planets;
c revolving in an orbit.
2 relating to the whole earth of planetary significance .

noun , astron an asteroid.
[19c; see -oid]

noun , astron the scientific study of the planets, their natural satellites and the interplanetary material of the solar system, including the asteroids and meteors.
[Early 20c]
planetologist noun .


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