meteorotropic me·te·or·o·trop·ic (mē’tē-ôr’ə-trŏp’ĭk, -trō’pĭk)
Of or relating to diseases whose occurrences are affected by the weather.
noun, Astronomy. 1. the profusion of meteors observed when the earth passes through a meteor swarm. noun 1. a transient rain of meteors, such as the Perseids, occurring at regular intervals and coming from a particular region in the sky. It is caused by the earth passing through a large number of meteoroids (a meteor […]
- Meteor spectrography
noun the study of meteor phenomenon; also called [meteor spectroscopy] Usage Note science
- Meteor spectroscopy
noun See meteor spectrography
noun, Astronomy. 1. any large number of meteoroids moving in parallel paths.