planetary Resources may well be his boyhood dream come true.
Gemini contends with a planetary influx, Cancer gets in touch with her artsy side, and Sagittarius is an agent of change.
The leading neocons competed with each other to come up with the most grandiose vision of Middle East and planetary restructuring.
In the TLS this week, we discover that the "hidden" code to Narnia can be found in medieval planetary lore.
Ruler Neptune is pummeled by other planetary influences, but this only seems to stir its enchanting power.
It is no question of planetary change; it is a question of experience and of “seeing.”
Let us proceed to apply the First Law of Motion to the planetary world.
The great bulk of them will be of a planetary character—they will be attendant upon the sun.
Unfortunately, we were not blessed with a planetary situation as agreeable as Earth's.
Our machine is tuned to be attracted by the planetary force of Venus alone.
A large celestial body, smaller than a star but larger than an asteroid, that does not produce its own light but is illuminated by light from the star around which it revolves. In our solar system there are nine known planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. Because of Pluto's small size—about two-thirds the diameter of Earth's moon—and its unusual orbit, many astronomers believe it should actually be classed as a Kuiper belt object rather than a planet. A planetlike body with more than about ten times the mass of Jupiter would be considered a brown dwarf rather than a planet. See also extrasolar planet, inner planet, outer planet.