Translation of nova in Spanish:


nova, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnoʊvə/ /ˈnəʊvə/

See Spanish definition of nova

nounplural novas, plural novae

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    nova feminine
    • For example, amateurs have always been to the fore in discovering comets and novae, hunting for supernovae, and monitoring events happening on the planets.
    • The camera pans across a galaxy of stars and planets, novae, and nebulae twinkling in the blackness.
    • For the same reason, the Star is unlikely to have been a nova, even though Chinese astrologers recorded the appearance of bright novae or ‘guest stars’ in March, 5 BC and April, 4 BC.
    • As matter builds in the space between the stars, the increase in energy can cause matter to be ejected from the system as a nova or supernova.
    • Environments are filled with planets, black holes, novas, asteroids and wormholes among other objects, and each is rendered with stunning detail.