Words and phrases that have a meaning related to meteors:   (122 results)

Often used in the same context:
meteor shower, perseids, meteoroids, comet, aurorae, fireballs, cosmic rays, asteroids, novae, taurid, sunspots, planets, nebulae, planetary nebula, moons, photosphere, supernovae, meteorites, neutron star, gamma rays, astronomers, epsilon aurigae, galaxies, lunar eclipse, ejecta, quadrantid, pulsars, pleiades, aurora borealis, milky way galaxy, quasars, oort cloud, bolide, suns, phaethon, cosmic ray, annular eclipse, andromeda galaxy, perihelion, betelgeuse, asteroid belt, earthshine, zodiacal light, partial eclipse, annularity, telescopes, cherenkov radiation, orbits, corona, constellations, planetoids, perigee, celestial, eruptions, equinoxes, saturnian, sky, updrafts, moonset, particles, eclipsing binary, supercell, occultation, puppis, asterism, magnetosphere, prominences, ecliptic, thunderclouds, protostar, observatories, triangulum, sidereal, sunrises, muons, extragalactic, noctilucent, antineutrinos, flyby, eridanus, enceladus, moonrise, sundog, orbital velocity, lava, celestial equator, iapetus, cassini, equinox, craters, venusian, galactic, neutrinos, omega centauri, mesosphere, interstellar space, orbs, eclipse, stargazers, vortices, airglow, solar eclipse, comets, meteor, stars, flashes, raindrops, sparks, flares, eddies, geysers, grasshoppers, ants, beacons, candles, lights

Appears in the definition of:
blaze, clash, meteoric, meteor shower, meteor stream, shower

Also try:
— Adjectives for meteors: sporadic, fiery, bright, many, large, most, small, luminous, brilliant, faint, few, more...

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Book See meteors used in context: 3 rhymes, 6 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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