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Great Attractor

  • 1 Great Attractor

    Великий Аттрактор

    English-Russian astronomy dictionary > Great Attractor

  • 2 attractor

    [ə'træktə]
    сущ.
    1) то, что привлекает, притягивает само по себе

    The seven hills were themselves great attractors of rain. — Семь холмов сами по себе сильно притягивали дождь.

    2) тот, кто привлекает, притягивает с помощью симпатии или благодаря моральному превосходству

    Англо-русский современный словарь > attractor

См. также в других словарях:

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  • Great Attractor — a vast concentration of matter whose gravitational pull alters the direction and speed of the Milky Way and other galaxies as they spread apart in the expanding universe posited by the big bang theory. [1985 90] * * * Proposed concentration of… …   Universalium

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  • Great Attractor — noun a massive grouping of galaxies in the direction of Centaurus and Hydra whose gravitational attraction is believed to cause deviations in the paths of other galaxies • Hypernyms: ↑galaxy, ↑extragalactic nebula …   Useful english dictionary

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