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  • A gold band around the edge includes the mission and astronaut names.
  • A new set of four astronauts would then arrive every two years.
  • These two photographs taken by astronauts only seven years apart show visible change.
  • The astronauts reported that they needed to plan their movements six or seven steps ahead.
  • Life was also allowed to be at home with the families while the astronauts were in space.
  • She was the first Indian-American astronaut and first Indian woman in space.
  • He immediately applied for the second group of astronauts that year.
  • The mission also marked the first time two female astronauts had flown together.
  • It was the first time an American astronaut had sent back television images from space.
  • Astronauts can control the robot from both inside and outside the space station.
  • The area is given this name due to the streets, which are named after famous Astronauts.
  • If the dust was too deep, then no astronaut could land.
  • Lawrence County has had several native residents that have become astronauts over the years.
  • The seven-member crew included a Japanese astronaut, who was the first Japanese woman in space.
  • It could, for example, hand tools to an astronaut working on a space station.
  • After a short visit the astronaut returns to Earth the same way.
  • He was the first former astronaut to head the space agency.
  • The accident resulted in the loss of all seven astronauts on board.
  • Ancient astronauts have been widely used as a plot device in science fiction.
  • The event marked the first time a Pope spoke to astronauts during the course of a mission.
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Synonyms of astronaut

Meaning of astronaut

  • noun A person trained to travel in a spacecraft
    the Russians called their astronauts cosmonauts