apogee en Griego
The Baroque style reached its apogee in about 17th century.
And lunar orbit's point of apogee (maximum) forces to come out those concealed desires in their full strength aside from mental control.
At this stage a programme will be drawn up for the application of braking impulses designed to take the station into a so-called re-entry orbit with perigee at 160 kilometres and apogee at 220-230 km.
But Rome remained dominant for more than three centuries after the apogee of its power, and, even then, it did not succumb to the rise of another state, but suffered a death by a thousand cuts inflicted by various barbarian tribes.
For objects that are in heliocentric orbit, values in astronomical units are sometimes provided for the apogee and perigee.
In most cases, the apogee and perigee are given as the highest and lowest points of a space object's orbit from the Earth's surface.
is a daily ephemerides of the oscillating apogee of the lunar orbit in it's projection upon the Ecliptic for midnight and midday of Terrestrial Dynamic Time (TDT).
Mr. LEVANON said that he was speaking as the representative of the Jewish people, whose centuries of persecution had reached their apogee during the Holocaust, which had led to the coining of the term "genocide".
Operations will consist of transferring the satellite to a circular orbit below the operational orbit so as to avoid the risk of collision with other satellites in the same family; then, a series of apogee manoeuvres will reduce the perigee altitude.
or Luna Nera, which is the mean apogee, i.e. some kind of mathematical idealization, an average movement of the real object.