Definition of space flight in English:

space flight

Syllabification: space flight

noun

1A journey through space: the 30th anniversary of the first space flight
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  • The need for this capability will have an impact on future manned space flights, whose launch windows will probably be constrained by the need for daylight and good weather.
  • Currie has three previous space flights to her credit.
  • On each of my space flights, I tried to share the excitement and purpose of those missions with people throughout the world.
1.1Space travel: the stresses involved in space flight
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  • Dr. Goddard is considered to be the father of practical modern rocketry and space flight.
  • Research under these grants will enhance safe human space flight in both the near-Earth orbit, where the International Space Station operates, and in exploration of the solar system beyond Earth orbit.
  • In fact, Russian astronauts use rhodiola to help with mental fatigue and stress during space flight.

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