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Astronomikal objekt

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An astronomikal objekt, celestial objekt, stela objekt or heavenly bodi bi a naturally okurring fysical entity, associashion, or strukture wen dé exist within di obsavabul univas.[1] For astronomi, di terms objekt and bodi often dé yuzd interchenjably. Howeva, an astronomikal bodi or celestial bodi bi a singul, tightly bound, kontijuous entity, while an astronomikal or celestial object bi a komplex, less kohesively bound strukture, wen fit konsist of multipul bodi-dem or even other objekts with substruktures.

Exampuls of astronomikal objekts inklude planetary systems, sta klustas, nebulae, and galaxies, while asteroids, moons, planets, and stas bi astronomikal bodi-dem. A komet fit dé identified as both a bodi and an objekt: It bi a body wen referens dé made to di frozen nukleus of ice and dust, and an objekt wen describing di entire komet with it diffuse koma and tail.

Gallari[chenj-am | chenj-am for orijin]

Mimas, a natural satellite of Saturn

Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko

Planet Neptune, an ice giant

The Sun, a G-type star

Star Sirius A with white dwarf companion Sirius B

Black hole (artist's animation)

Globular star cluster

The Whirlpool galaxy

The Hubble Ultra-Deep Field 2014 image with an estimated 10,000 galaxies

Referens[chenj-am | chenj-am for orijin]

  1. Task Group on Astronomikal Designashions from IAU Commission 5 (April 2008). "Naming Astronomikal Objekts". International Astronomical Union (IAU). Archived from the original on 2 August 2010. Retrieved 4 July 2010.