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intergalactic

[¦in·tər·gə′lak·tik]
(astronomy)
Pertaining to the space between the galaxies.
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She is the author of the science fiction, action-adventure The Intergalactic Adventures of Queen Bea.
Intergalactic extravaganza Home will be released in cinemas on Friday, March 20.
The Cosmic Origins Spectrograph used for the quasar observations aboard Hubble was designed to probe the evolution of galaxies, stars and intergalactic matter.
That means magnetic fields must exist in intergalactic space with a strength of at least one ten-million-billionth the strength of Earth's.
Virgin Galactic unveils the space vehicles it will use for intergalactic travel' Spaceman Alan Watts
THE FINAL FRONTIER: Liverpool Culture Company crew members Samantha Barron and Tony Blaney bring the Intergalactic Friendship Explorer to St Christopher's primary school in Speke
Romeo Falling", another tale that sticks out in my mind, takes place on a prehistoric planet, where Miranda, an intergalactic saleswoman, has landed in her broken spaceship.
Robbie will play villain Ares who is out for intergalactic domination in a computer-animated TV version of the 50s sci-fi classic.
Hess leaves the individual "style," like the ones created from different brand labels in youth cultures, to the observers in his empty expanses of intergalactic space.
The sheer vulgarity of its intergalactic arrogance--under the guise of dress codes, trains running on time, and father-knows-bestness--has raised an equal and opposite reckless incivility in me.
A BRONZE statue was being unveiled today to mark the 50th birthday of comic book hero Dan Dare (above), Britain's first intergalactic space traveller.
Intergalactic space is believed to consist of a collisionless plasma mostly of hydrogen.