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An astrolabe is an astronomical instrument.
Astrolabe may also refer to:
- French ship Astrolabe, one of several French ships
- Astrolabe Bay, a large body of water off the northern coast Papua New Guinea
- Astrolabe Company, German colonial society
- Astrolabe Island, island in the Bransfield Strait, northwest of Cape Ducorps, Trinity Peninsula, Antarctica
- Astrolabe Lake, lake in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada
- Astrolabe languages, group of Austronesian languages of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea
- Astrolab, an astronomy museum associated with the Mont Mégantic Observatory in Mont Mégantic Park, Québec, Canada
- Mariner's astrolabe, a navigational tool that differs from a proper astrolabe
- The son of Abelard and Heloise, called Astralabius in Latin. (This name is usually spelled Astralabe in English, but occasionally Astrolabe. Heloise named him after the astronomical instrument.)
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