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…Of or relating to the North or South Pole…

…A region of ice or other frozen matter surrounding a pole of a planet…

…The axis of an equatorially mounted telescope that is at right angles to the declination axis and parallel to the earth’s axis of rotation, about which the telescope is turned to follow the apparent movement of celestial objects resulting from the earth’s rotation…

…A large white arctic bear that lives mainly on the pack ice. It is a powerful swimmer and feeds chiefly on seals…

…Each of the small cells that bud off from an oocyte at the two meiotic divisions and do not develop into ova…

…A curve drawn on polar coordinates around a fixed point, as in a polar diagram…

…A satellite orbit that passes over polar regions, especially one whose plane contains the polar axis…

…A star at or close to a celestial pole, especially Polaris…

…A diagram in which a point of origin is surrounded by a curve whose radius at any given point is proportional to the magnitude of some property measured in the direction of that point. Polar diagrams are often used to depict the directional sensitivity of aerials and microphones…

…The angular distance of a point on a sphere from the nearest pole…

…The slow and erratic, real or apparent, movement of the earth’s rotational or magnetic poles relative to the continents throughout geological time, due largely to continental drift…

…A pair of coordinates locating the position of a point in a plane, the first being the length of the straight line (r) connecting the point to the origin, and the second the angle (θ) made by this line with a fixed line…

…Having or relating to two poles or extremities…

…Having or relating to a single pole or kind of polarity…

…Having many poles or extremities…

…Three coordinates that define the location of a point in three-dimensional space. They are the length of its radius vector r, the angle θ between the vertical plane containing this vector and the x-axis, and the angle φ between this vector and the horizontal x-y plane…

…Three coordinates that define the location of a point in three-dimensional space. They are the length of its radius vector r, the angle θ between the vertical plane containing this vector and the x-axis, and the angle φ between this vector and the horizontal x-y plane…

…polar regions…

…polar…

…polar…

…polar bear…

…oso m polar…

…estrella f polar…

…polar climate…

…Pole Star…

…polar icecap…

…coordenadas…

…polar bear…

…Arctic Circle…

…polar climate…

…Antarctic Circle…

…polar icecap…

…Pole Star…

…Arctic Circle…

…Antarctic Circle…

…expedición…

…casquete m polar…

…el oso polar…

…el casquete polar…

…son polos opuestos…