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|planet||n: any of the nine large celestial bodies that circle in the solar system; any celestial body that revolves around a star|
|universe||n: everything that exists, especially all physical matter, including planets, stars, galaxies, and all other forms of matter and energy|
|telescope||n: a device like a tube in shape containing lenses used to magnify and observe distant objects|
|possess||v: to have or own something or to have as an attribute, knowledge, skill, etc.|
|contradiction||n: the assertion of the opposite of what has been said; opposition; denial|
|orbit||n: the path of an object around a celestial body, especially a planet, star, or moon, under the influence of gravity; (of medicine) the bony cavity in the skull that houses the eyeball and its associated structures, like muscles, nerves, and blood vessels|
|distance||n: the amount of space between two points, measured in units such as miles, meters, or kilometers; the extent, scope, or range between two things, such as distance or emotional distance|
|diagram||n: a simplified illustration of the appearance, structure, or workings of something|
|temperature||n: the degree of hotness or coldness of a thing or place|
|reside||v: to live in a particular place, typically for a prolonged period of time|
|astronomer||n: a physicist who studies astronomy|
|climate||n: the weather in a particular location averaged over some long period|
|exoplanet||n: a planet that orbits a star outside of the solar system|
|Venus||n: the planet second in order from the sun|
|goddess||n: a female god, especially in ancient mythology; a woman who is worshipped or adored|
|benign||adj: kind and gentle; not harmful or malicious|
|ethereal||adj: delicate, light, and airy; extremely refined or subtle; heavenly or spiritual|
|spacecraft||n: a vehicle designed to travel through space, typically carrying astronauts or scientific instruments|
|rev||n: a measure of the rate at which an engine or motor rotates, often expressed in revolutions per minute (RPM); (verb) to increase the number of rotations per minute|
|degree||n: a unit of measurement for angles, temperature, or level of proficiency or achievement; a rank or level of academic or professional attainment|
|melt||v: to turn from something solid into something soft or liquid as a result of heating|
|atmosphere||n: the mass of air that surrounds the Earth; the pervading tone or mood of a place, situation, or creative work|
|greenhouse||n: a building with walls and roof made chiefly of transparent material, such as glass, for growing plants in|
|steroid||n: any of several organic compounds that are produced in the body and have important physiological effects and affect the development and growth of sex organs|
|trap||n: a piece of equipment or hole for catching animals or people; (verb) to catch animals or people and prevent them from escaping|
|scorch||v: to burn the surface of something, usually accidentally, with a hot iron or flame|
|contradict||v: to deny the truth of a statement by stating the opposite; to be in conflict with|
|initial||adj: of or happening at the beginning; (noun) the first letter of a word, especially a person’s name|
|perception||n: a belief, opinion, or image you have based on how you regard, understand, or interpret something; the ability to see, hear, or notice something through the senses|
|crucial||adj: extremely vital or necessary|
|dim||adj: poorly lit; not bright|
|glamorous||adj: highly attractive and exciting, and different from ordinary things or people|
|trillion||n: the number 1,000,000,000,000; a million million|
|atmospheric||adj: about or located in the earth’s atmosphere|
|composition||n: the different parts of something’s elements or ingredients; the way in which the different components are organized; a piece of music written by someone|
|headlight||n: a bright forward-facing light on a vehicle, typically used at night to illuminate the road ahead|
|precise||adj: sharply exact or accurate or delimited|
|calculate||v: to judge or find out the amount or number of something by using mathematics|
|suitable||adj: fit or appropriate; proper; adapted|
|concept||n: an idea or principle associated with something abstract|
|refer||v: to direct someone’s attention, thoughts, or questions to another source or person; to mention, cite, or allude to something as evidence or support|
|orientation||n: a person’s basic attitudes, beliefs, and preferences about particular things; a course introducing a new situation or environment|
|absorb||v: to take in a fluid or other substance gradually|
|wavelength||n: the distance between two points in the same phase in consecutive cycles of a wave|
|iceberg||n: a large piece of ice floating in the sea, detached from a glacier|
|vital||adj: necessary for the success or continued existence of something|
|makeup||n: colored substances used on someone’s face to improve or change their appearance|
|fashion||n: a style that is popular at a particular time or place; the state of being popular|
|appreciate||v: to value and acknowledge the worth of someone or something; to be grateful for something or someone|
|astronomy||n: the scientific study of objects and matter outside the Earth’s atmosphere, especially the positions, motions, and evolution of celestial bodies|
|visual||adj: relating to seeing or sight|
|interweave||v: to combine or blend substantive parts or elements; to interlace; to mix or intermingle|
|rank||n: a position in a hierarchy of status or authority; (verb) to take or have a position relative to others|
|background||n: the details of a person’s social heritage, such as family, vocational or educational experience; past information that is essential to understanding a situation or problem|
|discovery||n: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known|