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spaceship in Astronomy topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspaceshipspace‧ship /ˈspeɪsˌʃɪp/ noun [countable]  TTSALa vehicle for carrying people through space
Examples from the Corpus
spaceshipAnd spaceships don't travel slowly.Some said we were building electric spaceships.The televised ads also show footage from the movies, including scenes of the protagonists' Millennium Falcon spaceship cruising through space.We pretended to fly to distant planets in futuristic spaceships.The glass spaceship parked in the desert is called a biosphere because the logic of the Bios runs through it.The key to finding out what is out there is to step out of the spaceship.I told the spaceship to take us to New Earth, the planet of the Star Council.The proposition is that, some billions of years ago, visiting extraterrestrials arrived in their spaceship to view the Earth.