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Synonyms for astronavigation

navigating according to the positions of the stars

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Robert Llewellyn plays robot Kryten and Rimmer, the hologram played by Chris Barrie, is back and once again trying to pass his astronavigation exam to become a Space Corps high flyer.
During World War II Dad taught astronavigation and meteorology at Harvard and Radcliffe.
Polysiloxane materials have been extensively applied in astronavigation [1], auto [2], [3], and building fields [4] due to their distinct properties, such as strong hydrophobicity, low temperature flexibility, low surface energy, high dielectric strength, thermal stability [5], [6], and so on.
5 billion in the telecommunication sector and US$2 billion in technology, finance service sectors, and astronavigation industry.
One of our duties was to photograph installations ashore and help to create charts, which started my lifelong addiction to the construction of charts and to astronavigation, for in those days there was no satellite navigation and we found our way by looking at bright stars through the periscope and deducing our position mathematically.