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space travel

noun
1.
spaceflight of manned vehicles.
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  • They are matched by the problems involved in what might be called the housekeeping aspects of space travel.
  • Enjoy our exciting science collections and space travel in our popular planetarium.
  • We have no way of defending ourselves against extraterrestrials that are capable of space travel at this point of our development.
  • It would also allow us to develop the foundation for space travel.
  • space travel has become almost as common as driving.
  • Of course, that would require the guts to actually use nuclear power for space travel.
  • But nothing in space travel is easy, and touching down on an asteroid might be a sight more complicated than a simple rendezvous.
  • We may be also able to exploit some of the minerals on these objects and that could make space travel not only fun but productive.
  • The idea is to see if ancient life could have survived space travel to migrate between the planets on meteoroids.
  • He didn't really care about robots or space travel, though they sometimes turn up in his stories.

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