interplanetary

All Adjective Noun
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  • The title is set in the far future, where interplanetary space travel is possible.
  • "We need an interplanetary ship like we need a hole in the head!" Cited from The Cosmic Computer, by Henry Beam Piper
  • The interplanetary medium is responsible for several effects which can be seen from earth.
  • The story takes place in the future, where trains are capable of interplanetary travel.
  • With your permission, I want to start work on the first interplanetary ship. Cited from The Black Star Passes, by John W Campbell
  • His interest in space travel also led him to join the British Interplanetary Society.
  • On our return to the earth we must organize a company to run regular interplanetary lines. Cited from A Journey in Other Worlds, by J. J. Astor
  • His decision will decide if there will be an Interplanetary Council to keep peace between star systems.
  • We'll have to think of the interplanetary aspects of this some day. Cited from The Black Star Passes, by John W Campbell
  • Mars played a significant role in each of the three major interplanetary wars.
  • This also means that interplanetary space is rarely empty or field-free.
  • In this new role the three of them become involved in smuggling weapons during an interplanetary war.
  • It points out, for instance, what is to be thought of the idea of interplanetary communication. Cited from Other Worlds, by Garrett P. Serviss
  • Again, we see the Earth as the vital function of the interplanetary being. Cited from The Light of Egypt, Volume II, by Wagner/Burgoyne
  • My father became more and more interested in the direction of interplanetary research by means of the magnetic wave. Cited from The Certainty of a Future Life in Mars, by L. P. Gratacap
  • He worked in the early 1960s on U.S. interplanetary space programs.
  • Though nine of them feature the Interplanetary Flying Police, they can hardly be seen as a series.
  • Of course, some damage had been done by the cold of interplanetary space, but in general everything was as they had left it. Cited from Spacehounds of IPC, by Edward Elmer Smith
  • They are capable of atmospheric flight, and fast enough to allow interplanetary travel.
  • An interplanetary war is not a long drawn out struggle. Cited from Invaders from the Infinite, by John Wood Campbell
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Meaning of interplanetary

  • adjective Between or among planets
    interplanetary travel