Spanish Word for astronaut  

English Word: astronaut (f)

Spanish Word: la astronauta
The Spanish Word for astronaut (f)
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An Astronaut can be up to 2 inches taller returning from space. The cartilage disks in the spine expand in the absence of gravity.
Un astroanauta puede medir hasta 2 pulgadas mas despues de retornar del espacio.

I am already a politician: I could become an astronaut, the first pensioner astronaut of the European Union.
Ya soy político, podría convertirme en astronauta, el primer astronauta pensionista de la Unión Europea.
I therefore put my name forward to become the first European Union astronaut.
Y entonces solicité ser el primer astronauta de la Unión Europea.
This is not to say that I wish to become an astronaut but, rather, that I am interested in new technologies.
Eso no quiere decir que quiera convertirme en astronauta, sino que estoy interesado en las nuevas tecnologías.
Well, in the United States, a famous pensioner, the astronaut John Glenn, went into space at the age of 69.
Pues bien, en los Estados Unidos un ilustre pensionista, el astronauta John Glenn, viajó al espacio a los 69 años.
Quite recently, militiamen in Moscow beat up an ex-astronaut, purely because he had a Chechen-sounding surname.
Hace poco, unos milicianos agredieron brutalmente a un ex astronauta en Moscú porque su apellido parecía checheno.
(CS) I originally wanted to talk about the dangers of the militarisation of space because I feel, as a former astronaut, that I have a particular understanding of this.
(CS). En un principio, quería hablar sobre los peligros de la militarización espacial porque, como antiguo astronauta, considero que es algo que conozco especialmente.
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