anti-radiant

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radiant   (rā'dē-ənt)  Pronunciation Key 
Adjective  
  1. Transmitting light, heat, or other radiation. Stars, for example, are radiant bodies.

  2. Consisting of or transmitted as radiation.


Noun   The apparent celestial origin of a meteor shower. For example, a point in the constellation Gemini is the radiant of the Geminid meteor shower.
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