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Synonyms for orbit

Synonyms for orbit

a course, process, or journey that ends where it began or repeats itself

an area within which something or someone exists, acts, or has influence or power

to move or cause to move in circles or around an axis

Synonyms for orbit

the (usually elliptical) path described by one celestial body in its revolution about another

an area in which something acts or operates or has power or control: "the range of a supersonic jet"

the path of an electron around the nucleus of an atom

the bony cavity in the skull containing the eyeball

move in an orbit

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McFarland explains what differentiates ORBIT from other technology companies, "We get that it isn't about the technology.
In other eases, the dwarf remains in orbit around the two stars.
Another reason for 2003 UB313's elusiveness: This miniworld has an unusual orbit (see Planet Trek).
Just one month after launching Sputnik, the Soviets sent a dog named Laika into Earth orbit aboard Sputnik 2.
Asteroids are rocky bodies that mainly orbit in the area between Jupiter and Mars - the asteroid belt.
The Orbit Arabic Series Channel (Seen) is the first 24-hour Arabic thematic channel of its kind in the region, featuring the best Arabic TV series from the Middle East.
Its path tilts 44[degrees] relative to the plane in which most planets orbit the sun.
36 times as massive as Jupiter, and has a much more elongated orbit.
To become an Orbit Drop store owner, a person must submit an application to Orbit Drop's franchising department in Orange County, Calif.
Refining their calculations, the researchers subsequently concluded that comets from the Kuiper belt have even shorter periods, completing an orbit around the sun at least once every 60 years.
Paul Davies, Executive Vice President of Orbit Drop, Inc.
Planetary experts have a special interest in 433 Eros because it is larger than most other asteroids; it is the second-largest known asteroid in a near-Earth orbit.
Hillenbrand notes that the two bands of debris in our solar system--the rocky asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter and the icy Kuiper belt, located beyond the orbit of Pluto--are continually replenished as the gravity of the solar system's giant planets causes debris within each of these reser voirs to tumble together and generate fresh dust.
We are pleased to say that all Orbit Drop franchises are still functioning at this time.
They swoop in and out of the plane in which the planets orbit the sun and have highly elongated, rather than circular, paths.