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Antipodal

Antipodal An*tip"o*dal, a. 1. Pertaining to the antipodes; situated on the opposite side of the globe. 2. Diametrically opposite. ``His antipodal shadow.' --Lowell.

Antipodal An*tip"o*dal, a. 1. Pertaining to the antipodes; situated on the opposite side of the globe. 2. Diametrically opposite. ``His antipodal shadow.' --Lowell.

- points antipodal (/ænˈtɪpədəl/) to each other are situated such that a straight line connecting the two would p**** through Earth's center. Antipodal points...

- In mathematics, antipodal points of a sphere are those diametrically opposite to each other (the specific qualities of such a definition are that a line...

- Antipode or Antipodes may refer to: Antipodal point, the diametrically opposite point on a circle or n-sphere, also known as an antipode Antipode, the...

- involved in the production of signals that guide the pollen tube. Three antipodal cells form on the opposite (chalazal) end of the ovule and later degenerate...

- the United States after World War II, he chose the more diplomatic term antipodal bomber. The design was a significant one, as it incorporated new rocket...

- opposite each other, called antipodal points, there are infinitely many great circles, and all great circle arcs between antipodal points have a length of...

- volcanism can be triggered by converging seismic energy focused at the antipodal point opposite major impact sites. Impact-induced volcanism has not been...

- and in particular one which p****es through at least one pair of points antipodal to each other. In practice, people use different definitions of world...

- great circle. However, two great circles on a plane intersect in two antipodal points, unlike coplanar lines in Elliptic geometry. In the extrinsic 3-dimensional...

- may be constructed on a sphere as a pair of 180 degree arcs connecting antipodal points, when it forms a lune. The digon is the simplest abstract polytope...

- In mathematics, antipodal points of a sphere are those diametrically opposite to each other (the specific qualities of such a definition are that a line...

- Antipode or Antipodes may refer to: Antipodal point, the diametrically opposite point on a circle or n-sphere, also known as an antipode Antipode, the...

- involved in the production of signals that guide the pollen tube. Three antipodal cells form on the opposite (chalazal) end of the ovule and later degenerate...

- the United States after World War II, he chose the more diplomatic term antipodal bomber. The design was a significant one, as it incorporated new rocket...

- opposite each other, called antipodal points, there are infinitely many great circles, and all great circle arcs between antipodal points have a length of...

- volcanism can be triggered by converging seismic energy focused at the antipodal point opposite major impact sites. Impact-induced volcanism has not been...

- and in particular one which p****es through at least one pair of points antipodal to each other. In practice, people use different definitions of world...

- great circle. However, two great circles on a plane intersect in two antipodal points, unlike coplanar lines in Elliptic geometry. In the extrinsic 3-dimensional...

- may be constructed on a sphere as a pair of 180 degree arcs connecting antipodal points, when it forms a lune. The digon is the simplest abstract polytope...