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space science

noun
1.
any of the sciences involved in space travel or the exploration of space, as space medicine.
Origin
1975-1980
1975-80
Related forms
space scientist, noun
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Examples for space science
  • Humbling though it may be, for the present people are unnecessary for space science, and they are also an expensive liability.
  • Scientists working on problems related to the exploration of space often refer to their field as space science.
  • Sending humans back to the moon might divert money from other space science.
  • His primary focus is space science, ranging from particles to planets to parallel universes.
  • Unless the reader has some sort of in-depth education on space science, it is a poorly written article.
  • For many space science enthusiasts, that situation is not even remotely troubling.
  • We must not allow the short-term economic woes of our generation squander our long-term aspirations in space science.
  • But this must not come at the cost of space science.
  • Without the perspective of mankind expanding to space, all space science is purposeless.
  • Yes, based almost solely on that one speech and that he's pro-space science and pro-Lunar return.

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