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n.1.
a. A celestial body that generates light and other radiant energy and consists of a mass of gas held together by its own gravity in which the energy generated by nuclear reactions in the interior is balanced by the outflow of energy to the surface, and the inward-directed gravitational forces are balanced by the outward-directed gas and radiation pressures.
b. Any of the celestial bodies visible at night from Earth as relatively stationary, usually twinkling points of light.
c. Something regarded as resembling such a celestial body.
2. A graphic design having five or more radiating points, often used as a symbol of rank or merit.
3.
a. An artistic performer or athlete whose leading role or superior performance is acknowledged.
b. One who is highly celebrated in a field or profession.
4.
b. The star key on a telephone: For customer service, press star.
6. A planet or constellation of the zodiac believed in astrology to influence personal destiny.
7. stars The future; destiny. Often used with the.
adj.
1. Outstanding or famous, especially in performing something: a star researcher; a star figure skater.
v.starred, star·ring, stars
v.Starstr.1.
b. To award or mark with a star for excellence.
3. To present or feature (a performer) in a leading role.
v.intr.Stars
1. To play the leading role in a theatrical or film production.
2. To do an outstanding job; perform excellently.
Idioms: have stars in (one's) eyes
To be dazzled or enraptured, as with romantic love.
see stars
To experience bright, flashing sensations, as from a blow to the head.
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[Middle English sterre, from Old English steorra; see ster- in Indo-European roots.]
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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  1. The dipper burned like a strand of diamonds on a sable cloak —Joseph Wambaugh
  2. The divisions between the rings [of Saturn] are furrows in which the satellites rotate … like sheepdogs running around the flock to keep it compact —Italo Calvino
  3. The evening star flickered like a lamp just lit —Willa Cather
  4. In the dark vault of the sky, the stars hung like muted dots of leaden silver —Heinrich Böll

    This lovely simile is the first sentence of Böll’s short story, The Ration Runners.

  5. Jupiter displays two equatorial stripes like a scarf decorated with interwoven embroideries —Italo Calvino
  6. A lovely star … large as the full moon —Jaroslav Seifert
  7. The Milky Way stands out so clearly that it looks as if it had been polished and rubbed over for the holidays —Anton Chekhov
  8. A star as bright as day —Anon Christmas ballad, probably dating to Middle Ages
  9. Starlight fell like rain —F. Scott Fitzgerald
  10. Stars are dropping thick as stones —Sylvia Plath
  11. (Tonight) the stars are like a crowd of faces moving round the sky —Wallace Stevens
  12. The stars burned steadily, like the lights of far-off ships —Marjory Stoneman Douglas
  13. The stars clung like snow crystals in the black sky —Ross Macdonald
  14. Stars … cold, like pieces of ice —Paige Mitchell
  15. Stars … dissolved like bubbles —Katherine Mansfield

    The simile in full context: “In the sky some tiny stars floated for a moment and then they were gone —they were dissolved like bubbles.”

    See Also: DISINTEGRATION

  16. Stars gleamed and winked like searching fireflies —Robert Traver
  17. Stars … huge, like daisies —May Sarton
  18. Stars large as asters —Mary Stewart
  19. Stars … like countless diamond lamps —Hans Christian Andersen
  20. (At night) stars rise like the bubbles of the drowned —Yehuda Amichai
  21. The stars seemed to look down like a thousand winking eyes —William Humphrey
  22. The stars which at midnight looked like a spillway of broken pearls, did not shine at this hour; they were holes of light, like eye squints in black masks —Paul Theroux
  23. Twinkle, twinkle, little star how I wonder what you are, up above the world so high, like a diamond in the sky —Anne Taylor
Similes Dictionary, 1st Edition. © 1988 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

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The Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS) is an air traffic control automation system manufactured by Raytheon and is currently being used in many TRACONs around the United States by the FAA. STARS replaced the Automated Radar Terminal System (ARTS) at FAA air traffic control facilities across the US, as well as the previous automation systems employed by the DoD.

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The STARS system receives and processes target reports, weather, and other non-target messages from both terminal and en route digital sensors. Additionally, it automatically tracks primary and secondary surveillance targets and provides aircraft position information to the enhanced traffic management system (ETMS). Finally, it also detects unsafe proximities between tracked aircraft pairs and provides a warning if tracked aircraft are detected at a dangerously low altitude. Additional features include converging runway display aid (CRDA) which displays 'ghost' targets as an aid to controllers attempting to tightly space aircraft to converging/crossing runways in the terminal environment.[1]

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The system is currently being used at all TRACON sites throughout the US[2] and USAF RAPCON, USN RATCF and USA ARAC terminal facilities.[3]

STARS was installed as part of the FAA's TAMR project to replace the aging/obsolete ARTS hardware and software at TRACONS.[4] TAMR Segment 3 Phase 1 replaced the 11 largest TRACONS CARTS with STARS. The smaller ARTS IIA sites transitioned to the STARS ELITE (Enhanced Local Integrated Tower Equipment) version of software and hardware, which is similar to TAMR, but with minimum redundancy. The FAA plans to completed this process in 2019.

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