outer planet

NOUN
  1. (astronomy) a major planet whose orbit is outside the asteroid belt (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto)
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How To Use outer planet In A Sentence

  • Within the core of nuclear reactors, a transmutation-process goes through the sequence of the outer planet-names.
  • The solar wind loses its identity in the interstellar medium at a distance no less than that of the outer planets.
  • That was the way the sun should cast its light on the outer planets that turn a constant face or rotate in its light. COME TO MECCA
  • Scientists see Titan as a complex world, closer to a terrestrial planet than a moon typical of the outer planetary systems.
  • Further afield there are the starkly beautiful pictures of a ringed Saturn and the outer planets, Uranus and Neptune.
  • Marcellus was struck down sick and incapacitated when a galactic storm struck the outer planets, creating destruction and havoc.
  • The moons of the outer planets in the solar system are also rich with various kinds of ices.
  • Pool will use the outer planets to create the illusion of a nova.
  • Those planets that are highlighted by having many aspects, hard aspects, in angular houses or outer planet conjunctions are good indicators of conflict.
  • Pool will use the outer planets to create the illusion of a nova.
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