interplanetary magnetic field
meydân-e meqnâtisi-ye andarsayyârei
Fr.: champ magnétique interstellaire
The magnetic field that is carried along with the solar wind and fills the solar system space. It is wound into a spiral structure by the rotation of the Sun. At the Earth's distance from the Sun, it has a strength of about 5 x 10-5 gauss.
Fr.: matière interplanétaire
Material existing in the space between solar system planets. It includes interplanetary gas and dust.
Fr.: milieu interplanétaire
The material contained in the → solar system in the space through which the planets travel. It consists of the smaller objects such as → asteroids, → comets, → meteorites and also a general pervading → interplanetary dust. Moreover a → plasma of charged particles streaming outward from the Sun in the form of the → solar wind contributes to the interplanetary medium.
Fr.: espace interplanétaire
Same as → interplanetary medium.
In a series of numerical values, the operation performed to find a number or value which is not present but which can be derived approximately from those that are present.
Verbal noun of interpolate, from L. interpolatus, p.p. of interpolare "to make new, refurbish, alter," from → inter- + polare, related to polire "to smoothe, polish."
Andaryâbeš, from andar-, → inter-, + yâbeš "finding," verbal noun of yâftan, yâbidan "to find, discover; to obtain, acquire;" Mid.Pers. ayâftan, ayâpênitan "to reach, attain;" Manichean Mid.Pers. 'y'b "to attain;" Parthian, Sogdian (+ *pati-) pty'b "to reach, obtain;" Av. ap- "to reach, overtake," apayeiti "achieved, reached;" Skt. âp- "to reach, gain," âpnoti "reaches, gains;" Gk. hapto, haptomai "to touch, cling to, adhere to;" L. apiscor "touch, reach;" PIE base *ap- "to take, reach."
âzandidan, âzand kardan
1) To give or provide the meaning of.
To ascribe a particular meaning or significance to something.
To try to make understandable something that is dense, complicated, or ambiguous.
Related concept: → explain.
From M.E. interpreten, from L. interpretari "explain, expound, understand," from interpres "agent, translator," from → inter- + pres of uncertain origin.
Âzand, from â- nuance/intensive prefix + Mid.Pers. zand "interpretation, commentary; knowledge" (zandik "gnostic; heretic"); Av. zan- "to know, recognize;" O.Pers. dan- "to know" (Mid./Mod.Pers. dân-, dânestan "to know"); variant O.Pers./Av. xšnā- "to know, learn, come to know, recognize" (Mid./Mod.Pers. šenâxtan, šenâs- "to recognize, to know" ); cf. Skt. jñā- "to recognize, know," jānāti "he knows;" Gk. gignoskein "to know, think, judge," cognate with L. gnoscere, noscere "to come to know" (Fr. connaître; Sp. conocer); O.E. cnawan, E. know; Rus. znat "to know;" PIE base *gno- "to know" + -idan infinitive suffix; kardan verb of compound infinitives, → -ize.
Verbal noun of → interpret.
Fr.: couper, croiser; intersecter
To cut or divide by passing through or across: a comet intersecting Earth's orbit.
From L. intersectus, p.p. of intersecarer, from → inter- + secare "to cut."
Andarboridan, from andar-, → inter-, + boridan
"to cut," from Mid.Pers. britan, brinitan "to cut off;"
Av. brāy-, present tense brin-, only with suffix pairi-,
"to cut off;" cf. Skt. bhri- "to hurt, injure," bhrinanti "they hurt."
The act, process, or result of intersecting.
Verbal noun of → intersect.
Referring to the medium or objects lying in the space between stars in our Galaxy or outer galaxies.
Fr.: absorption interstellaire
The absorption of light from stars and other objects by intervening gas and dust in interstellar space.
tangol-e andaraxtari, hobâb-e ~
Fr.: bulle interstellaire
A huge structure of ionized gas blown into the interstellar medium by the winds of supernovae and massive stars. → Local Bubble.
Fr.: nuage interstellaire
An aggregation of gas and dust in the → interstellar medium containing large quantities of atoms, molecules, and dust. There are several types of interstellar clouds, such as → diffuse interstellar clouds, → dark clouds, → molecular clouds.
Fr.: poussière interstellaire
An aggregation of → dust grains in the space between stars. Interstellar dust absorbs, scatters, and polarizes the light from distant stars, causing the → interstellar extinction. Large dark regions in the plane of the Milky Way and other galaxies are caused by → intervening clouds of dust. The conclusive proof for the presence of a general and selective interstellar absorption is due to R. J. Trumpler (1930). See also → reddening; → very small grain; → big grain; → PAH.
interstellar dust grain
dâne-ye qobâr-e andaraxtari
Fr.: grain de poussière interstellaire
→ dust grain.
Fr.: extinction interstellaire
The dimming of light traveling in the interstellar space due to the combined effects of absorption and scattering by interstellar dust particles. Interstellar extinction increases at shorter (bluer) wavelengths, resulting in → interstellar reddening.
Fr.: gaz interstellaire
Gas, mostly hydrogen, in the interstellar space found in a variety of forms: molecular, atomic, ionized, plasma.
Fr.: grain interstellaire
Fr.: raie interstellaire
A spectral line formed in the interstellar medium, in particular an absorption line which does not participate in the periodic Doppler shift of intrinsic absorption lines in a binary star.
interstellar magnetic field
meydân-e meqnâtisi-ye andaraxtari
Fr.: champ magnétique interstellaire
A large-scale, weak magnetic field, with an estimated strength of about 1 to 5 microgauss, that pervades the disk of the Milky Way Galaxy and controls the alignment of interstellar dust grains.