Definition of Moonless. Meaning of Moonless. Synonyms of Moonless

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Definition of Moonless

Moonless
Moonless Moon"less, a. Being without a moon or moonlight.

Meaning of Moonless from wikipedia

- In astronomy, the new moon is the first lunar phase, when the Moon and Sun have the same ecliptic longitude. At this phase, the lunar disk is not visible...
- existence. He made this claim in 1991 in a campus newspaper, stating that a Moonless Earth wouldn't wobble, eliminating both the seasons and its ****ociated...
- Amavas (transl. Moonless Night) is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language horror thriller film directed by Bhushan Patel. Presented by Viiking Media Entertainment...
- A Moonless Night (Spanish: Una noche sin luna) is a 2014 Uruguayan-Argentine drama film directed by Germán Tejeira. The film was selected as the Uruguayan...
- accurate view of the Milky Way was used to replace Rose's view of the moonless night sky at sea, as in this photo from Paranal Observatory. The view was...
- night sky 0.002 lux Starlight, clear moonless night sky, including airglow 0.0002 lux Starlight, clear moonless night sky, excluding airglow 0.00014 lux...
- journalist who is a staff writer at The New Yorker. She is the author of A Moonless, Starless Sky: Ordinary Woman and Men Fighting Extremism in Africa Okeowo...
- story.' The Buttertones released their fourth studio album, Midnight in a Moonless Dream, via Innovative Leisure on 4 May 2018. Recorded at Jazzcats Studio...
- the Messier objects, making it visible to the naked eye from Earth on moonless nights, even when viewed from areas with moderate light pollution. Around...
- the course of this beleaguerment, it is related, on a certain wet and moonless night the enemy attempted a surprise, but were foiled by reason of a bright...