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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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interstellarin‧ter‧stel‧lar /ˌɪntəˈstelə◂ $ -tərˈstelər◂/ adjective [only before noun]  HAhappening or existing between the stars
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interstellarLieutenant Uhura keeps receiving obscene interstellar calls.The maps confirm theoreticians' ideas on the birth of stars from interstellar clouds.Zephro Carnelian has his own interstellar craft in a berth.It is possible that we have traces of interstellar dust in meteorites.Goldin has previously speculated about the possibility of interstellar flight using extremely small, low-mass probes.interstellar gas and dustThe solar wind loses its identity in the interstellar medium at a distance no less than that of the outer planets.Anyway, interstellar travel would be amazingly expensive - perhaps too expensive for most civilizations to contemplate.I always enjoy the restful times of interstellar travel.
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