uran-, urano-

(Greek: heaven [s], vault of heaven; hence "the sky"; from Uranus, the god of the sky; in medicine, the palate, roof, or top of the mouth)

transuranic
Urania
uranic
uranium
uranograph
A method for producing the mapping of stars, groups of stars, and star clusters.
uranographer
Someone who describes the heavenly, or celestial, bodies.
uranographic (adjective)
1. A reference to or pertaining to a description or plan of the heavens and the heavenly bodies: "The astronomers were compiling a uranographic treatise about the planets, stars, etc. in the universe." 2. A description of outer space as seen in the construction of celestial maps, globes, etc.
uranographical (adjective)
A reference to the science of the celestial spheres and celestial bodies.
uranography
1. A scientific description of the celestial bodies.
2. The making of celestial globes and maps.
3. A branch of astronomy concerned with describing and mapping the stars.
uranolite
uranology
uranometria
uranometrical
uranometry
uranophobia