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  • noun astronavigation


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  • He set about the strictly man-style astrogation which is necesary inside of solar systems.

    The Other Side Of Nowhere Leinster, Murray 1964

  • I looked up from the astrogation table and into the curious eyes of a five-year-old girl hovering in the access hatch.

    365 tomorrows » 2010 » January : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day 2010

  • I have tried to teach myself astrogation from the books at hand, but the mathematics involved are very difficult.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided 2010

  • Joe-Jim took him back once more to the Control Room and showed him what little Joe-Jim knew about the manipulation of the controls and the reading of the astrogation instruments.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided 2010

  • He never really understood it emotionally; it was too wildly improbable; but as an intellectual concept he was able to accept it and use it, much later, in his first vague glimmerings of the science of ballistics: and the art of astrogation and ship maneuvering.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided 2010

  • Changes to the local gravitational field may well impair astrogation in the sector and may also affect the stable orbits of the remaining objects in orbit around the gas giant.

    Blasted Contractors! 2005

  • An R2 astromech droid housed in a snug droid socket behind the pilot handles many in-flight operations, such as damage control, astrogation and flight performance adjustment.

    What was the X-Wing Fighter? 2006

  • "Do you know anything about astrogation?" she asked.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact 2004

  • I deplored the secret collusion of the Hundred Concerns that had enabled the Haluk to acquire advanced astrogation technology and other embargoed human science — including the genetic engineering therapy that had illicitly eradicated Haluk allomorphy.

    Sagittarius Whorl May, Julian 2001

  • Out here, the only recourse is good astrogation, and the good cold dark to hide in…

    Doctor’s Orders Diane Duane 2000


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