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The action or activity of traveling in space.‘the complications in spacefaring’as modifier ‘spacefaring nations are racing to develop new technologies’
- ‘Only nine nations have ratified the treaty, none of which are major spacefaring nations.’
- ‘Current U.S. space spending is an order of magnitude or more greater than the space spending of Russia, Europe, Japan, or China, the next tier of spacefaring countries.’
- ‘The National Space Society described the report as ‘a plan that will transform NASA and lead the way to a spacefaring civilization.’’
- ‘It may be many years before the true impact of 2004 on the development of a true spacefaring civilization is understood.’
- ‘Mars is the critical test that will determine whether we become a spacefaring species or whether we continue to be limited to Earth.’
- ‘The spacefaring brotherhood that now exists can be traced back to that handshake in orbit.’
- ‘The United States and other major spacefaring nations have never signed, let alone ratified, the treaty.’
- ‘In order to become a spacefaring race, people need to be taught what to hope for.’
- ‘If you could be President for a day, and make one space policy decision to advance humanity's transformation out of the cradle of Earth and into a spacefaring society, what would it be?’
- ‘While other spacefaring nations have promulgated their own standards for debris mitigation, there is, as of now, no international consensus position on this problem.’
- ‘Both of the world's major spacefaring nations, the United States and Russia, have had close calls and catastrophes.’
- ‘As in other spacefaring nations, the question is often asked whether space exploration is worthwhile when there are contemporary terrestrial needs that must be addressed.’
- ‘All spacefaring nations have implemented some level of supportive government policy.’
- ‘Today, to express a vision of a vigorous, spacefaring civilization, opening up the vast wealth of the solar system, is to invite ridicule and disbelieving laughter.’
- ‘I am posting a $1,000 prize for the best article promoting human spacefaring that appeared in a print or web publication during this year.’
- ‘In order to preserve our advantage as the leading spacefaring nation, we must ensure that we have a strategy to guarantee availability of the most crucial element of space power - our space professionals.’
- ‘However, we should not confuse the legitimate desire for a new spacefaring civilization with the equally legitimate goal of building return on investment.’
- ‘By the end of Project Apollo, in 1972, a total of twelve astronauts had walked on the lunar soil and returned safely to Earth, and the United States was well established as the dominant spacefaring nation.’
- ‘Producing movies does not totally fulfill my desire to see us turn into a spacefaring civilization.’
- ‘Russia and the United States, and the world's other spacefaring nations, will be conducting complex and challenging space missions in decades to come.’
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