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n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
The science and technology of space flight.

as′tro·nau′tic, as′tro·nau′ti·cal adj.
as′tro·nau′ti·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.astronautic - of or belonging to astronauts or the science of astronauticsastronautic - of or belonging to astronauts or the science of astronautics
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(See, for instance, his claim that "SF retrogressing into fairy tale (for example, "space opera" with a heroprincess-monster triangle in astronautic costume) is committing creative suicide" [8].) Typical counterarguments to Suvin focus on refuting his claim that fantasy is fundamentally non-cognitive.
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Czeslaw Paul continued his education at Purdue University receiving his Doctor of Aeronautic and Astronautic Engineering.
Hou, Solid Rocket Motor Design, China Astronautic Publishing House, Beijing, 2016.
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I think the book presents enough technical information to satisfy those readers knowledgeable about aeronautic and astronautic history but not too much for most general readers.
The spectacle of the astronautic body attached to a space suit is the junction between man and machine.
Guan, Modern Pumps Theory and Design, China Astronautic Press, 2011.
They are widely applied in areas such as semiconductor manufacturing, aeronautic and astronautic appliances, precise position stages, biomedical equipment, optic fiber alignment facilities, and miniaturized information systems [1].
Xu said the two countries are recently cooperating on issues such as astronautic dynamics and spaceflight electronic components.