from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to selenography.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to selenography.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to selenography- the scientific study of the moon.


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  • Evolve your selenographic knowledge by locating Darwin and double your vision with binary stars.

    Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast – November 27-29, 2009 | Universe Today 2009

  • The portion of the moon which the projectile was nearing was the northern hemisphere, that which the selenographic maps place below; for these maps are generally drawn after the outline given by the glasses, and we know that they reverse the objects.

    Round the Moon 2003

  • Half an hour after being sighted, this luminous point had disappeared behind the dark horizon; but the verification of this phenomenon was of considerable consequence in their selenographic studies.

    Round the Moon 2003

  • It was now their turn to impose some limit on that selenographic science, which had reconstructed the lunar world as

    Round the Moon 2003

  • And if ever Barbicane should see the earth again, his notes will bear witness to this great fact in his selenographic observations.

    Round the Moon 2003

  • In looking at a selenographic map, one peculiarity strikes us.

    Round the Moon 2003

  • An astronomical observatory; a selenographic museum, already open, though less than half completed.

    The Planet Strappers Raymond Z. Gallun 1952

  • We now return to the point whence we deflected, and rejoin the chief actor in the selenographic comedy.

    Moon Lore Timothy Harley

  • The Moon became the favorite object of astronomers, and the numerous observations made of it authorized the delineation of very interesting selenographic charts.

    Astronomy for Amateurs Camille Flammarion 1883

  • A few astronomical instruments, of which there were not many in those days-a telescope for his selenographic observations, a sextant for taking the latitude, a chronometer for determining the longitudes,

    The Fur Country 1874


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