planetoid

All Noun
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  • You may think you're a sun, but you're just a planetoid. Cited from Invaders from the Infinite, by John Wood Campbell
  • This cold, dark planetoid ends up being a strange world indeed.
  • On the final stage, the player finds must battle on a "planetoid".
  • They are divided by the planetoids into an inner and an outer band. Cited from A Trip to Venus, by John Munro
  • They find the distress signal coming from a facility on a planetoid surrounded by a force-field.
  • Here upon this little planetoid were several of the gigantic inhabitants of the world that we were going to attack. Cited from Edison's Conquest of Mars, by Garrett Putnam Serviss
  • Ultimately, the Earth is shown to not truly love her, but, rather, to love another planetoid.
  • The larger ones have also been called planetoids.
  • With a ship like that, you could run through a planetoid without hurting the hull. Cited from Islands of Space, by John W Campbell
  • The total amount of mass of the planetoids is unknown.
  • He plans to make a tour of several planets and planetoids.
  • Seventeen members of each race were taken to different uninhabited planetoids where they were left with sufficient supplies for one year.
  • The nanobots ended up dumping whatever they didn't need on a planetoid.
  • He became one of the richest men in the galaxy, and bought a private planetoid where he built his mansion.
  • Fifteen-year-old Zael, who was born in space, is left alone on a planetoid to begin mining operations.
  • Though time is crucial, attempting to mine too quickly will destroy a planetoid without releasing any crystals.
  • He eventually found his way to the Puppet Planetoid, where he spent a few years in isolated contemplation.
  • "If the planetoids were born of a single small ring, might not several planets be condensed from a large one?" Cited from A Trip to Venus, by John Munro
  • According to the classical model of planet migration, the earth should have been drawn into the sun as a planetoid, along with other planets.
  • Several terms, including subplanet and planetoid, started to be used for the bodies now known as dwarf planets.
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