- adj. Of or pertaining to astronautics.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. of or pertaining to astronautics.
- adj. of or belonging to astronauts or the science of astronautics
“Unlike those in the NASA program who face training in domestic locations in the US, travellers to Galactic Suite will undergo their astronautic preparation at a luxury hotel on a tropical island in the Caribbean,”
“We will not enter into space as employees of an astronautic administration or as “volunteers” of a state project, but as masters without slaves reviewing their domains: the entire universe pillaged for the workers councils.”
“The astronautic overview reminded me of those satellite-picture books that seem to be on coffee tables these days — Africa from 20 miles up.”
“Such losses were the inevitable price space travellers had to pay-particularly in the early stages of astronautic science.”
“While a first-class student at St. John's College, Oxford, Mr. Stewart was, in 1929, President of the Union -- the University debating society which has been, to use an astronautic metaphor, the launching-pad of so many distinguished political leaders.”
“No great imagination is required to perceive the meaning which this new knowledge, if proved out, will have for our everyday lives -- to say nothing of its usefulness in the making of astronautic equipment.”
“In other words, the fruition of life on the various planets of the millions of solar systems might be the product of a wandering group of astronautic Johnny”
“The United States has not embarked upon its formidable program of space exploration in order to make or perpetuate a gigantic astronautic boondoggle.”
“Multiplied by the thousands of companies which are doing similar work, the list gives an idea of the astronautic demand confronting the”
“Earth-Mars spaceways, upsetting astronautic calculations and raising turmoil on the two inhabited worlds.”
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