a place where (interstellar) spacecraft can take off and land; = spaceport n.
After a while he looked up at the star-port. His eyes dilated very dark and wide. He stood up. He walked across the computation room and stood there, staring out.]
I happened to be passing through Starport and the Commander asked me to visit you. [Ibid. 106/2] There was a short pause, while the message raced at near-instantaneous speed to Starport and back.]
She and Piers Eglin and Gorr Holl were with him in the official car—a sleek machine, very swift and silent, that carried them from the monster starport to the city itself.
Curt Newton….spoke with casual interest to the grave robed man who was walking with him toward the starport terminal.
There were seven starports on Pahla. STARLADY lounged at her dock in one of them, her bunkers comfortably full again and part of her cargo mortgaged to pay for it.
At the starport he cleared Immigration quickly. [Ibid. 47/2] The inn began in the fifth sub[-]level of the starport and went down for fifty levels; their room was near the bottom.
The dead woman’s voice sang out under the noise of traffic, the rumble of the distant starport.
My study window has a view of the starport, so every time I see a straightliner land, I brace myself for a visit.
I was standing in Shannon Starport, when Homeworld Security closed in on me.
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