from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See spacecraft.
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- n. A vehicle that flies through space.
- n. A finite pattern that reappears after a certain number of generations in the same orientation but in a different position.
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- n. a spacecraft designed to carry a crew into interstellar space (especially in science fiction)
Two of the designs depict the bow of the title spaceship with the Japanese name of the ship's trademark "Wave Motion Gun" emblazoned in red or gold.
I get the feeling flying a spaceship is a little more complicated than riding a bike, especially when the bike technology needs to change while you are no longer allowed to ride it.
A spaceship is sent to Venus to investigate the source of a mysterious message left during the Tunguska blast of 1908.
The claim of no refrigerator on board a spaceship is now false.
In a remote Antarctica outpost, an alien spaceship is discovered far beneath the ice.
He is frantically trying to save his spaceship from the aliens, Glucazoids, and he has one minute - can he do it?
Although I think one might find that SF fans would more readily discuss "Which science fiction weapon/spaceship is best?" than actual characters.
The Thunderbird 3 spaceship is out at ijoy's papercraft site.
Roger Zelazny - The Great Slow Kings (Short Story Review) "Masters," suggested Zindrome, "the half-life of radioactive materials being as ephemeral as it is, I regret to report that only one spaceship is now in operational condition."
His spaceship is obviously not returning to this planet anytime soon.
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