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as·tral

(as'trăl),
Relating to an astrosphere.

astral

(ăs′trəl)
adj.
Biology Of, relating to, or shaped like the mitotic aster; star-shaped.

as′tral·ly adv.

as·tral

(as'trăl)
Relating to an astrosphere.
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