Definition of Librate. Meaning of Librate. Synonyms of Librate

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Definition of Librate

Librate
Librate Li"brate (l[imac]"br[=a]t), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Librated (l[imac]"br[asl]*t[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. Librating.] [L. libratus, p. p. of librare to balance, to make even, fr. libra. Cf. Level, Deliberate, Equilibrium.] To vibrate as a balance does before resting in equilibrium; hence, to be poised. Their parts all librate on too nice a beam. --Clifton.
Librate
Librate Li"brate, v. t. To poise; to balance.

Meaning of Librate from wikipedia

- cl**** is the horseshoe orbit, in which objects librate around 180° from the larger body. Objects librating around 0° are called quasi-satellites. An exchange...
- anti-aligned objects to rise and fall while their longitudes of perihelion librate, or oscillate within a limited range of values. When the angle between...
- Mai Bhago (Punjabi: ਮਾਈ ਭਾਗੋ) also known as Mai Bhag Kaur was a Sikh woman who led Sikh soldiers against the Mughals in 1705. She was an exceptionally...
- 3753 Cruithne and 2002 AA29. A trojan asteroid companion, 2010 TK7, is librating around the leading Lagrange triangular point, L4, in the Earth's orbit...
- it crosses the ecliptic and the point where it is closest to the Sun, librates around 90°. This means that when Pluto is closest to the Sun, it is at...
- outer Solar System. A super-Earth at 250 AU would cause these objects to librate around ω = 5000000000000000000♠0°±60° for billions of years. There are...
- body, in a type of 1:1 orbital resonance. In reality, they oscillate (librate) around such a point. Such objects had previously been observed in the...
- 1:1 orbital resonance, they are not Earth trojans, because they do not librate around a definite Sun–Earth Lagrangian point, either L4 or L5. Earth has...
- planet Jupiter's orbit around the Sun. Relative to Jupiter, each Trojan librates around one of Jupiter's two stable Lagrange points: L4, lying 60° ahead...
- a so-called "jumping trojan", currently transitioning from librating around L4 to librating around L5, via the L3 region. One of the concerns is that weak...
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