Astrothesia (as-tro-the’-si-a): A vivid description of stars. One type of enargia.
To be outside and to look up on a cold clear November night is to see a sky filled with twinkling stars. They will take your breath away if you let them: especially if you look at the Milky Way–a carpet of fiery points pointing everywhere, close together, seeming like lighted milk spilled across the sky.
Stars. There, every clear night. An inexhaustible source of wonder, faith, and joy.
Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).