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Sigma KEE - AstronomicalBody
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AstronomicalBody
The Class of all astronomical objects of significant size. It includes SelfConnectedObjects like planets, stars, and asteroids, as well as Collections like nebulae, galaxies, and constellations. Note that the planet Earth is an AstronomicalBody, but every Region of Earth is a GeographicArea.
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Parents Object Corresponds roughly to the class of ordinary objects. Examples include normal physical objects, geographical regions, and locations of Processes, the complement of Objects in the Physical class. In a 4D ontology, an Object is something whose spatiotemporal extent is thought of as dividing into spatial parts roughly parallel to the time-axis.
Children MeteoroidAccording to the International Astronomical Union, a Meteoroid is a solid object moving in interplanetary space, of a size considerably smaller than an asteroid and considerably larger than an atom.
 NaturalSatelliteNaturalSatellite is the class of large, naturally occurring astronomical bodies orbiting some other AstronomicalBody.
 SatelliteSatellite is the collection of bodies that revolve around some astronomical body, e.g., planets around a star. This class includes both artificial and NaturalSatellites.
 StarStar is the class of hot gaseous astronomical bodies.


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