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spaceward

(ˈspeɪswəd)
adj
going into space
adv
from a spaceward point of view
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Adv.1.spaceward - towards outer space
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A team of NASA scientists has arrived in New Zealand for the first time as part of the Spaceward Bound project to educate people around the world.
Gessing said he did not think it wise for public money to be invested in the spaceward dreams of billionaires.
A group of high school teachers will also attend as part of NASA's Spaceward Bound program to develop classroom teaching materials.
Every year, the Nasa Ames Research Centre's Spaceward Bound scientific team selects one major desert internationally and the Emirate was chosen as the location for 2011.
Nasa said the study is part of its Spaceward Bound, a continuing program of desert expeditions to extreme environments on Earth that are astrobiology analogs for the search for life on Mars.
Wray has been a teacher for more than 20 years and is involved in the Space Exploration Educators and Spaceward Bound, which plans planetary analog field research expeditions.
For the idea of manned space exploration hasn't been knocking anyone's socks off lately and the news that Madonna--perhaps weary of living in a material world--is heading spaceward on a Russian ship in 2009 may not be enough to change that.
The mission served two purposes, says Spaceward Bound Co-Principal Investigator Liza Coe.
The competitions will be managed by the Spaceward Foundation of Mountain View, CA.
In the next stage, robotic climbers would ascend the ribbon, epoxying additional carbon-nanotube ribbons to the mother line as the robots shimmy spaceward.
Clarke were cited by Apollo-era techies as having guided their careers spaceward.
PHOTO (1 -- color) A rocket with Gene Rodenberry and Timothy Leary's ashes heads spaceward Monday.