n. (plural of apogee English)
Usage examples of "apogees".
Or if learned, on nodes and the moon’s apogees, Or, if serious, on something of AKHB’s, Or the latest attempt to convert the Chaldees.
Anders usually has us sketching something or other: pentagrams, north/south apogees…you name it, we’ve traced it.
Dill observed, rather unexpectedly, that had TX worked out, it might have brought peace to the world and not annihilation, because it would have put an end to the doctrine of DEW ("distant early warning"), which was based on the interval of time between the firing of the offender's intercontinental rockets and their appearance on the defender's radar screens at the apogees of suborbital flight.