Definition of Asterope. Meaning of Asterope. Synonyms of Asterope

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Definition of Asterope

Asterope
Asterope As*ter"o*pe, n. [Gr. ?, lit., lightning.] 1. (Myth.) One of the Pleiades; -- called also Sterope. 2. (Astron.) A double star in the Pleiades (21 k and 22 l Pleiadum, of the 5.8 and 6.4 magnitude respectively), appearing as a single star of the 5.3 magnitude to the naked eye.

Meaning of Asterope from wikipedia

- Asterope may refer to: Asterope (Gr**** mythology) Asterope (butterfly), a butterfly genus Asterope, the IAU-approved proper name of the star 21 Tauri 233...
- Asterope (/æˈstɛrəpiː/ Ancient Gr****: Ἀστεροπή or Στεροπή, Asteropē or Steropē, "lightning") was a Hesperid in Gr**** mythology. Asterope's parents, along...
- mythology, Asterope (/æˈstɛrəpiː/; Ancient Gr****: Ἀστεροπή or Στεροπή, Asteropē "lightning") may refer to the following characters: Asterope, one of the...
- alphabetically: Asterope adamsi Lathy Asterope batesii (Hewitson, 1850) – Bates' asterope Asterope buckleyi (Hewitson, 1869) Asterope degandii Hewitson...
- Gr****: Στερόπη, [sterópɛː], from στεροπή, steropē, lightning), also called Asterope (Ἀστερόπη), was one of the seven Pleiades, the daughters of Atlas and Pleione...
- Asterope (minor planet designation: 233 Asterope) is a large main-belt asteroid that was discovered on 11 May 1883, by French astronomer Alphonse Borrelly...
- Paullinia species. Asterope markii markii (Hewitson, 1857) (Brazil (Amazonas)) Asterope markii boyi (Röber, 1924) (Brazil (Pará)) Asterope markii ackeryi...
- Asterope batesii, the Bates' asterope, is a species of butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. It is found in inland Brazil, including Ayeyros, along the...
- Asterope optima is a species of butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. The wingspan of Asterope optima can reach 57–68 millimetres (2.2–2.7 in). The coloration...
- Ypthima asterope, the African ringlet or common three-ring, is a species of Satyrinae butterfly found in most dry areas of Africa and Asia. The wingspan...
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