метод, способ
@method of dependences
метод зависимостей
@method of recording transits
метод регистрации звездных прохождений
@method of support
способ разгрузки (зеркала телескопа)
@absolute method
абсолютный метод
@astronomical methods
астрономические методы
@classification method
метод определения (спектральных) классов (звезд)
@differential method
дифференциальный (относительный) метод
@digital method
цифровой метод
@diurnal method
суточный метод
@eye-and-eye method
метод "глаз-ухо"
@null method
нулевой метод
@observational method
метод наблюдений
@photoelectric methods
фотоэлектрические методы
@photographic method
фотографический метод
@photometric methods
фотометрические методы
@quantitative classification methods
количественные методы определения (спектральных) классов (звезд)
@radio astronomy method
радиоастрономический метод
@Schuster-Schwarzschild method
амт. метод Шустера-Шварцшильда
@shadow method
теневой метод
@six-constant method
амт. метод 6-ти постоянных (метод Тернера)
@spectrographic method
спектрографический метод
@spectroscopic method
спектроскопический метод
@step method
степенной метод оценки звездных величин в визуальной фотометрии; метод Аргеландера
@Talcott method
метод (определения широты) Талкотта
@triangulation method
триангуляционный метод
@Turner's method
см. six-constant method

English-Russian astronomy dictionary. 2013.

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