Definition of spaceport in English:

spaceport

Line breaks: space|port
Pronunciation: /ˈspeɪʃˌpɔːt
 
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noun

A base from which spacecraft are launched.
More example sentences
  • In the late 1990s regional and state officials seized on a new use for the base: as a spaceport.
  • In the United States alone over a dozen states, including inland states such as Idaho and Oklahoma, have expressed an interest in developing spaceports for future reusable launch vehicles.
  • Facilities for the public at Mojave on June 21st were a bit basic, and will need to improve at all spaceports, because this new era of space flight will succeed or fail depending on the way the public perceives the experience.

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