Planet synonyms

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(Astronomy) An asteroid-like body in an orbit beyond the asteroid belt, such as a centaur or Kuiper belt object
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Any of numerous small solar system bodies that orbit the Sun primarily in the asteroid belt , a region between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Asteroids are intermediate in size between planets and meteoroids with diameters that measure between approximately one hundred and several hundred kilometers. While more than 1,800 asteroids have been cataloged, and as many as a million or more smaller ones may exist, their total mass has been estimated to be less than three percent of the Moon's. Asteroids are thought to be left over from the early formation of the solar system, when planetesimals in a protoplanetary disk were scattered after coming under Jupiter's gravitational influence. The continuing collision of planetesimals that remained between Jupiter and Mars caused many of them to fragment, creating the asteroids that exist today.
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(Astronomy, astrology) A natural object which is located outside of Earth's atmosphere, such as the Moon, the Sun, an asteroid, planet, or star.
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A round glass container, as for goldfish
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Human existence; life:
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(Astronomy) Those planets that are larger than the Earth; specifically Jupiter , Saturn , Uranus , Neptune (in the Solar System)
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A man-made object rocketed into orbit around the earth, the moon, etc.; specif., such an object containing electronic devices for originating or relaying communications, data, etc.
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A planet.
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Astronomical object
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Find another word for planet. In this page you can discover 13 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for planet, like: planetoid, asteroid, celestial-body, earth, globe, world, major-planet, satellite, wandering-star, extrasolar planet inner planet outer planet and dwarf-planet.