• Douglas M. Considine
  • Glenn D. Considine


The point exactly opposite the zenith on the celestial sphere is termed the nadir. See also Celestial and Astronomical Triangle.


Global Position System Neutron Star Fuel Assembly Steam Generator Dust Devil 
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