How the condition of a celestial body to be a circumpolar body?
it is circumpolar if the body has a declination greater than the co-latitude, that is 90 degrees minus the latitude of the observer
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The term "celestial bodies" refers to all of the objects in space that are identified by name or location: comets, asteroids, moons, rings, planets, stars, nebulas, galaxies, …and any other material structure seen or detected in space. The term "celestial body" is usually not used to refer to meteoroids and small space debris. It does not apply to the individual tiny particles in rings, or to the solar wind, or to any energy phenomena.
Basically anything that is found in outer space. Celestial body or more commonly known as "astronomical objects" are significant physical entities, associations or structures …which science has confirmed to exist in outer space. See link for a list of objects
It revolves the celestial body.
It will either be called a Binary star system, where two stars orbit each other, or a planetary system where non-stellar objects (non-star objects like planets, comets, astero…ids, etc) orbit a star.
Syzygy. Edit: I like that answer. It looks like one those "joke" words people like write on this site, but it's the correct answer. Actually I've only ever seen it used about …the Earth, Sun, and one other body, especially the Moon. "Spell check" doesn't like it.
Yes, some celestial bodies are composed partly or entirely of gas.Our Sun is largely hydrogen and helium, some other elements whichare heavier are still in a gaseous state bec…ause of the hightemperature. Most stars would fit that pattern. In addition, some planets in our solar system have significantgaseous envelopes, the outer planets being an example although eachare also believed to have a relatively small rocky (silicate) core.
Yes. A celestial body is a general term for anything above the atmosphere that can be studied. _______________________________ No. A galaxy is BILLIONS of celestial bodie…s - stars, planets, moons, asteroids - held together by gravity.
The tides are caused primarily by the moon.
Celestial bodies include stars, planets, galaxies, nebulae, comets, meteoroids, satellites, and asteroids.
Only for geeks with good telescopes; otherwise, you can't see it.
Well, most don't. The ones that do, however, are because they got close enough that Earth's gravity was able to grab hold of them and draw them to the surface. It is also poss…ible that they were on a collision course with us outright, in which case the best answer would be, "We got in their way".