Welcome to The basis of this website can only be described by combining the sum of it's user contributions. For simplicity, the word "astro" and the word "synergy" are defined as:

Definition of ASTRO (source:

(or astr-)


a. Star: astrophysics.
b. Celestial body: astrometry.
c. Outer space: astronaut.

The aster of a cell: astrosphere.

[Greek, from astron, star.]

Definition of ASTRO (source:


a combining form with the meaning "pertaining to stars or celestial bodies, or to activities, as spaceflight, taking place outside the earth's atmosphere," used in the formation of compound words: astronautics; astrophotography.

Compare cosmo-.

Origin: < Gk, comb. form of astron a star, constellation, akin to astr star; cf. aster, -aster 2

Definition of SYNERGY (source: Wikipedia)

A synergy is where different entities cooperate advantageously for a final outcome. Simply defined, it means that the effect of the whole is greater than the sum of the effects of the individual parts. Although the whole will be greater than each individual part, this is not the concept of synergy. If used in a business application it means that teamwork will produce an overall better result than if each person was working toward the same goal individually.

Definition of SYNERGY (source: Merrian-Webster)

Main Entry: syn-er-gy
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural syn-er-gies
Etymology: New Latin synergia, from Greek synergos working together
Date: 1660

1 : synergism; broadly : combined action or operation
2 : a mutually advantageous conjunction or compatibility of distinct business participants or elements (as resources or efforts)


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