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  • Apogee of Fear is the first science fiction film made in space.
  • Apogee published games by other developers in addition to its own in-house titles.
  • Their apogee was about one-third of the distance to the Moon.
  • This game is notable for being the second highest attended game at Apogee Stadium.
  • The school's football team plays its home games at Apogee Stadium.
  • Together they founded Apogee Books, a space book company and write extensively on space.
  • During the 1970s, Apogee performed live on the station two separate occasions.
  • Around apogee he took photographs of the Earth using a digital still camera.
  • Most apogee engines are operated in an on/off manner at a fixed thrust level.
  • Lace had been produced in the town since the 17th century but now reached its apogee.
  • Nevertheless, the game sold quite well and Apogee was born.
  • His works are considered the apogee of national painting.
  • The imperial tang court had inspired a golden age of literature and art at its apogee.
  • This network radio show helped further popularize jazz as the swing era reached its apogee.
  • He made the important discovery of the motion of the solar apogee. Cited from A History of Science, V 2, by Henry Smith Williams
  • Currently, he is the video production assistant of Apogee Media.
  • After this company went out of business, Apogee released these levels in October 1999.
  • Even though the war was at its apogee, John returned from Venice empty-handed.
  • Performance of the launch vehicle was very good with the apogee only 43 km lower than expected.
  • Psychedelic rock reached its apogee in the last years of the decade.
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Words starting with apogee

Meaning of apogee

  • noun A final climactic stage
    their achievements stand as a culmination of centuries of development
  • noun Apoapsis in earth orbit; the point in its orbit where a satellite is at the greatest distance from the earth