Traducción de space shuttle en Español:

space shuttle

lanzadera espacial, n.


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    lanzadera espacial femenino
    transbordador espacial masculino
    • After a two-and-a-half year hiatus, America has a space shuttle back in orbit.
    • The same rocket fuel that helps launch the space shuttle has been used to save lives by destroying land mines.
    • The space shuttle Discovery is scheduled to return to Earth early this morning.
    • The death of the seven astronauts aboard the Challenger space shuttle recently made headline news in the UK.
    • In 1984, the USA space shuttle Discovery returned to Earth after its maiden flight.
    • Nasa decided to leave space shuttle Discovery on its launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Florida.
    • This photo was taken out the window of the space shuttle while in orbit.
    • Trip the master switch and a complex series of events eventually leads to the blast off of the space shuttle.
    • Neither the space shuttle nor conventional rockets are up to this task.
    • My next day was spent on the Indian river just across from where the space shuttle leaves from its launching pad.
    • The next big step in our effort to conquer space was the launch of the space shuttle in 1981.
    • In 1990 the space shuttle recovered an old satellite and brought it back to earth.
    • The whole world watched, as the orbiting space shuttle released the Moonlander module.
    • NASA became involved in 1994, when the space shuttle Endeavour recorded radar images of the earth.
    • Today, the weight of a space shuttle at launch is approximately 95 percent fuel.
    • Pilot astronauts have primary responsibility for guiding the space shuttle safely to and from orbit.
    • By sheer good luck and brilliant timing, Lee was able to watch the space shuttle Discovery launched while he was there.
    • The decision to build the space shuttle, and to do so as cheaply as possible, led to many of the problems we now face.
    • Yesterday afternoon he ventured outside the space shuttle Atlantis orbiting 100 miles above the Earth.
    • Hubble was launched and placed into orbit by the space shuttle Discovery in April 1990.