Definitions for "Planets "
Keywords:  uranus, pluto, neptune, saturn, jupiter
Large bodies that orbit around stars. There are nine planets in our solar system. Planets are categorized into two types: gas giant planets, and terrestrial planets. Check out these links for more information about planets: SEDS' Nine Planets StarDate's Solar System Guide SFSU's Planet Search Project
In astrology the twelve celestial bodies (moving stars) of actual or reasoned nature making one horoscope different from another: Tellus, Lilith, the Moon, the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto. Most modern astrologers do not count Tellus (our planet Earth) and Lilith (not an actual planet) reducing the number of planets to ten for them. Uranus, Neptune and Pluto were not considered by classical astrologers and are still ignored by most Indian astrologers leaving them with just seven planets.
Large objects in orbit around a star, but excluding comets and asteroids. The Earth and beyond
Planets is Adema's third album, and the first and only to feature former lead singer Mark Chavez's controversial replacement, Luke Caraccioli. The album was released by Earache Records on April 5, 2005. It obtained a peak position of 152 on the Billboard 200 before falling off.
Planets is a fun, interactive program for many-body gravity simulations. The emphasis is on play: it's easy to add in planets, zoom in and out, change the physical constants, save and load configurations, etc. It's designed to be easy enough for a kid to enjoy, but that hardly precludes adults.
a client/server game
a graphical, multi
the dice ratings on your character sheet. They rate how much the various Forces affect your character; Smaller numbers indicate a stronger influence. Also, a metaphorical term for the Forces; each Force is thought to be governed by one of the known Planets.
The different heavenly bodies that influence a person's life by their placements in the houses in a birth chart.
Keywords:  fire
PlanetSide Planet_Fire
Keywords:  player, supported, program
a player supported program