Adjective(1) having the earth as the center
(1) Moreover, angular separation rates are constant along a given small circle, and are proportional to the sine of the radius of the circle (measured as a geocentric angle from circle to pole).(2) A few taps on the pocket calculator show that the Moon's speed in its geocentric orbit is around 2,300 miles per hour, although variable between perigee and apogee.(3) The downside was that a geocentric orbit placed the spacecraft in a more severe space environment.(4) Moreover, in geocentric astronomy there was no way of using observations to find the relative sizes of the planetary orbs; they were simply assumed to be in contact.(5) The varying relationship between geocentric and heliocentric longitudes makes it difficult to calculate the exact chance of such a thing happening in any chart, but it is certainly over 95%.(6) As Mercury and Venus are closer to the Sun than to the earth, and move around the Sun much faster than the earth does, they have the widest variations between the geocentric and heliocentric positions.(7) Can you envisage how concerned you'd become if your satellite TV company started planning its coverage using a geocentric system of astronomy based on the use of Ptolemy's epicycles?(8) Aristotle's geocentric astronomy, which attaches the heavenly bodies to a series of concentric spheres, was not his own creation.(9) Why did the heliocentric astronomical paradigm replace the geocentric one?(10) The heliocentric system opens up the possibility of aspect patterns that could never happen in the geocentric system - such as Venus in major aspect to the Sun.(11) Is it ├ö├ç├┐denying free thought├ö├ç├û if the government doesn't teach geocentrism along with heliocentrism?(12) The midwest has long been the preferred capital of many trade show locations as it is geocentrically convenient to travel from either coast and southern portions.(13) The instructions from Rome were quite explicit, since they asked him to discuss heliocentrism only hypothetically and not present it as a better explanation than geocentrism .(14) As a result, any aspect made to the Sun geocentrically (in a normal natal chart) will automatically form a heliocentric aspect to the Earth - these aspects are extremely important.(15) He challenged geocentrism , refuted the dogma of the perfection of the heavens, and suggested that there might be a vast number of other worlds as well as universes.(16) He tries, here, to talk the man out of his odd fixation on geocentrism and a non-rotational earth.
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