selenocentric

adjective
se·le·no·cen·tric | \sə-ˌlē-nə-ˈsen-trik \

Definition of selenocentric 

: of or relating to the center of the moon also : referred to or involving the moon as a center

First Known Use of selenocentric

circa 1852, in the meaning defined above

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