- Ancient Greek ἄστρον (astron, "a star") + εἶδος (eidos, "form, likeness"). (Wiktionary)
“I have been watching over the last week the arguments of the various camps of keeping the moon option, going directly to Mars, go to an NEO astroid, and several others.”
“The other group would have two missions; one would be to explore the stars via telescopes and other devices while the other would develop plans to explore (and settle) other planets, the Moon and the astroid field with robotic, satelite and human exploration.”
“He should have instantly put on his ObamaSuit, flown up to the astroid belt, grabbed a small astroid, dived down to the bottom of the gulf, and the stuck the astroid into the well.”
“I hope that Flying Saucer Captain had good 'astroid-crash' insurance! kch”
“Nice drug plans with donut holes as big as an astroid hitting the earth.”
“If so an astroid would have moved from plate to plate.”
“The two outer moons of Jupiter, Ganymede and Callisto with the cutaway showing the extent of melting caused by an astroid/comet bombardment.”
“I hope an astroid hits bedford ave. and obliterates all this hipster crap from off the face of the planet.”
“The Moon will be a great base of operations to practice for flights to Mars and the astroid belt.”
“What is to stop an asteroid ... by Daniel Geery on Sunday, Feb 8, 2009 at 9: 33: 33 PM your worried about an astroid??????”
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