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Definition of Perihelia. Meaning of Perihelia. Synonyms of Perihelia

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Definition of Perihelia

Perihelion Per`i*hel"ion, Perihelium Per`i*he"li*um, n.; pl. Perihelia. [NL., fr. Gr. ? about, near + ? the sun.] (Astron.) That point of the orbit of a planet or comet which is nearest to the sun; -- opposed to aphelion.

Meaning of Perihelia from wikipedia

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- the giant planets, predominantly neptune. detached objects have larger perihelia than these other tno po****tions, including the objects in orbital resonance
- eccentricities ranging as high as 0.8, inclinations as high as 40°, and perihelia greater than 30 astronomical units (4.5×109 km; 2.8×109 mi). these extreme
- since then. with a period of about 7 years, it has been seen close to its perihelia in 1954, 1962, 1969, 1976, 1983, 1991, and 2006. its orbital period changed
- mercury's (0.4667 au) and perihelia inside mercury's (0.3075 au), whereas those listed here as outer grazers have perihelia within mercury's aphelion
- from this po****tion, 90377 sedna and 2012 vp113, both of which have perihelia greater than 7013112198403025000♠75 au, but it is suspected that there
- with jupiter and a 4:1 resonance with earth. many alinda asteroids have perihelia very close to earth's orbit and can be difficult to observe for this reason
- completes an orbit, or the speed at a particular point in its orbit such as perihelia. the orbital speed at any position in the orbit can be computed from the