from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- intransitive verb To navigate a spacecraft.
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- verb science fiction, intransitive To astronavigate; to control and guide a
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- verb navigate in space
- verb guide in interplanetary travel
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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My Chief Engineer assures me that the Main Converter could be started, but we have no one fitted to astrogate.
"Cripes -- I'm not sure I can even astrogate to the Moon," Two-and-Two was heard to complain.
The Planet Strappers Raymond Z. Gallun 1952
"Boy, it'll be a pleasure to ride a spaceship without having to astrogate," said Roger.
The Revolt on Venus Carey Rockwell
"Two measly weeks out, two weeks to astrogate her back home.
Next Door, Next World Robert Donald Locke
"And now you come along and tell us that we can get him to astrogate us out to Tara!
Danger in Deep Space Carey Rockwell
Our sleeping friends will be able to astrogate them back to Dara without trouble, provided only that nobody comes out here to bother us before they leave. "
This World Is Taboo Murray Leinster 1935
"With _you_ to astrogate us, we may have a chance.
Subspace Survivors H. R. van [Illustrator] Dongen 1927