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How do you pronounce celestial?

Referring to the stars or space, the word celestial is pronounced in the US as (seh-LESS-chuhl), formed by the vowel combination -ia (as in special or initial). The UK pronunc (MORE)

Why was china known as the Celestial Empire?

  One ancient name of China is Celestial Empire. China is not an empire anymore, but the name still exists in articles, stories, movies, and TV shows.   The name is a d (MORE)

Why was the Chinese Empire called the Celestial Empire?

  In ancient times, the Chinese believe that the sky presides over all living things' destiny. Some natural disasters are considered as sacred messages from the sky. And e (MORE)

At what two celestial locations do the celestial equator and eliptic coincide?

  The two points where the where the celestial equator cross the ecliptic are called the vernal (or spring) and autumnal equinox. This is in relationship to the northern h (MORE)

How can you fly with celestial steed?

The celestial steed is a special mount that is purchasable at the Blizzard online store. Once it is purchased and claimed, it becomes a mount that will travel at your highest (MORE)

What is the alignment of 3 celestial bodies?

When you are talking about the sun, the earth and the moon, the 3 bodies in alignment is called an eclipse (solar eclipse if the moon is between the earth and the sun and a lu (MORE)

When was celestial body discovered?

Celestial body is only a general name for an object in the sky,  particlarly applied to the night sky (but including the Sun). The  moon, stars, planets, etc., are considere (MORE)

What two celestial locations do the celestial equator and eclipic coincide?

The ecliptic is the path of the Sun through the sky as viewed from the centre of Earth (nb this is a minor simplification), which is coplanar (exists on the same geometric pla (MORE)

What are the celestial poles?

The north and south celestial poles are the two imaginary points in the sky where the Earth's axis of rotation, indefinitely extended, intersects the imaginary rotating sphere (MORE)