intergalactic space

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Noun1.intergalactic space - the space between galaxies; "the Milky Way travels through intergalactic space"
outer space, space - any location outside the Earth's atmosphere; "the astronauts walked in outer space without a tether"; "the first major milestone in space exploration was in 1957, when the USSR's Sputnik 1 orbited the Earth"
region, part - the extended spatial location of something; "the farming regions of France"; "religions in all parts of the world"; "regions of outer space"
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It can carry me on voyages through the solar system, across the galaxy, and even into intergalactic space.
A segment of the fanbase was unhappy about the intergalactic space battles of that game, preferring a more grounded approach.
That could be perfectly natural, but if you did want to build an intergalactic space craft, then that would be a good shape to use.
Whichever mode you choose, you can be assured of an exciting intergalactic space shooter that ticks all the boxes, especially the one marked fun.
It does catapult the reader into their world of intergalactic space war and crime, however, while maintaining a light-hearted, simple story and tone.
But it shows that FRBs can reveal more about intergalactic space, which is notoriously difficult to study.
Intergalactic Space Hopper is pale straw in colour and pours with a frothy white head.
It is the story of Ole Doc Methuselah who is one of 600 elite, Soldier of Light Immortals, who have dedicated themselves to the preservation of mankind, combating disease, corruption and the desperate perversities of human behavior along the intergalactic space ways.
From intergalactic space ambassador, to a man who believes he's Lucifer, hundreds of Filipinos expressed their intention seek top political posts as they filed their certificates of candidacies at the Comelec office.
The massive galaxy grows via [pulling in] gas from intergalactic space and forms stars at a steady but large rate for nearly a billion years," study co-author Desika Narayanan of Haverford College in the United States told AFP.
In last year's Marvel smash, Guardians of the Galaxy, Liverpool-born comedian and actor (and sci-fi fan) Peter Serafinowicz, played the dutiful Garthan Saal, an intergalactic space cop who aided Chris Pratt's hero in saving the known Universe.
He added that this newly released energy was either absorbed by dust as it traveled through the host galaxy, or escapes into intergalactic space and traveled until it hits something such as another star, planet, or very occasionally a telescope mirror.