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Synonyms for spaceflight

a voyage outside the Earth's atmosphere

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Daniel Zanatta, Magellan's Vice President, Business Development, Marketing and Contracts said, "The selection of Magellan's technology for an international space mission is an excellent innovation and export success story for Canada.
Shenzhou 11 will be the third space mission for Jing Haipeng, who will command the mission and pass his 50th birthday in space.
With ISRO declaring the test demonstration as "mission accomplished", the space organisation will hope to swiftly progress on the affordable space mission forefront.
A new player has joined the worldwide list of nations hurtling space missions to Mars.
Around PS100 million will be spent on creating the largest and most sensitive radio telescope in the world, while PS25 million was announced for the European M3 Space Mission, involving a giant telescope.
In September 2005, copilot Nie spent his 41st birthday in lunar orbit during China's second manned space mission, Shenzhou-6.
KOLKATA : India's space mission to Mars, expected to be launched in October, will look for signature of life and the reasons for loss of atmosphere on the red planet, a top scientist said here.
Former air-force pilot Liu Yang was named as the astronaut chosen to become China's first woman to join a space mission.
IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (4th: 2011: Palo Alto, CA)
We are trying to learn everything that we can about orbital and reentry debris so that we can protect space missions and human interests on the ground.
Lunar Nautics is a hands-on curriculum targeted to youth in grades 6 to 8, that allows the students to design, test, analyze and manage a space mission from initial concept to project funding.
On a space mission, Crum envisions the ultrasound device's first order of business being to image a person's internal organs to locate sites of bleeding.
HERO astronaut Eileen Collins impressed the world with her brave space mission - but was too scared to kiss the Blarney Stone.
NASA SCIENTISTS ARE DEVELOPING what they call a software checker program that will find bugs in spacecraft computer code more quickly and accurately and improve space mission safety.
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