lunar flight

lunar flight

[′lü·nər ′flīt]
(aerospace engineering)
Flight by a spacecraft to the moon.
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Nineteen minutes later, his colleague in the lunar flight, Buzz Aldrin, joined him.
Over the moon: Margaret's two sons Stephen and Robert on the lunar flight at Lewis's in about 1960.
"He was a humble person, and that s the way he remained after his lunar flight, as well as before."
They were test flights for a never-completed human lunar flight program.
One possibility is a five and a half-day lunar flight and up to 21 days at the International Space Station
Bean, was launched on a lunar flight in rainy weather.