stellular

stel·lu·lar

 (stĕl′yə-lər)
adj.
1. Having the form of a small star.
2. Bespangled with small stars.

[From Late Latin stēllula, diminutive of Latin stēlla, star; see stellar.]

stellular

(ˈstɛljʊlə)
adj
1. displaying or abounding in small stars: a stellular pattern.
2. resembling a little star or little stars
[C18: from Late Latin stellula, diminutive of Latin stella star]
ˈstellularly adv
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Released last month to glowing reviews, it's the first time that Dougall has felt, she reveals, "really exposed on a record." In contrast to her first two LPs - 2010 debut Without Why, and 2017 follow-up Stellular - A New Illusion is a more elemental, austere-sounding record, dispensing with the synthesizers and sonic trickery that defined her previous solo work.
In the T/BW system, PEG-modification leads to a relatively smooth surface with individual clusters, while TWEEN- and TRIS-modiried samples form "reticular" or "stellular" formations up to mm size.