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Antilibration An`ti*li*bra"tion, n.
A balancing; equipoise. [R.] --De Quincey.
Calibration Cal`ibra"*tion, n.
The process of estimating the caliber a tube, as of a
thermometer tube, in order to graduate it to a scale of
degrees; also, more generally, the determination of the true
value of the spaces in any graduated instrument.
Delibration Del`i*bra"tion, n.
The act of stripping off the bark. [Obs.] --Ash.
Meaning of Libration from wikipedia
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In astronomy, libration
is the wagging
of the Moon perceived
by Earth-bound observers caused
- Lagrangian points
(/ləˈɡrɑːndʒiən/ also Lagrange
points, L-points, or libration
points) are the points
near two large bodies
in orbit where
(from the Latin
"to balance, to sway"; cf. libra
"scales") is a type of reciprocating motion
with a nearly
- result, spacecraft
in libration point orbits
must use propulsion systems
to perform orbital
station-keeping. One important libration point
is Earth-Sun L1...
- The Derg (Ge'ez: ደርግ, "committee" or "council"), officially
the Provisional Military Government
Ethiopia, was a Communist
body—in this case Neptune. Relative
to Neptune, the amplitude
is 38°, and so the angular separation
of Pluto's perihelion
to the orbit...
- from libration
, a result
of the Moon's orbital eccentricity
(if the Moon's orbit
circular, there would
only be solar
- 18 percent
of the far side is occasionally visible
due to libration
. The remaining
82 percent remained unobserved until
1959, when it was...
32 (1): 53–71. Dunham, D.W. and Farquhar, R. W.: "Libration
1978-2000," Libration Point Orbits
and Applications, Parador
of the Moon as it cycles through
its phases, as seen from the Northern
Hemisphere. The apparent wobbling
of the Moon is known
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