Definition of space shot in US English:

space shot


  • The launch of a spacecraft and its subsequent progress in space.

    • ‘We've got a strong audience nationwide and overseas because people count on us for saturation coverage of NASA and the space shots as well as watchdog journalism on the agency and budget.’
    • ‘The area is known as the ‘Space Coast’: choose the right time and you can even watch a space shot.’
    • ‘Last September, you made your second attempt at the space shot with a design similar to the one you're using now.’
    • ‘If every car trip were as carefully planned and rigorously executed as each space shot, no one would ever die in a car crash.’


space shot

/speɪs ʃɑt/