of or relating to astrogation n.
Elgar looked over the cases first, much interested in the medical supplies and first-aid kits furnished ships two millenia [sic] before, while Daxon was equally eager to examine the antique astragational [sic] equipment.
He thumbed through the log, squinted at the makers' nameplates on each bit of astragational [sic] gear, scratched the mold-resisting paint to see what was under it, and sniffed the air appraisingly.
Before the ship reached the danger zone, an all-hands chore in space suits took place; armor-plate segments, as thick as the skin of the ship, were bolted over the ship’s quartz ports, leaving only the eyes of the astrogational instruments and the radar antennae exposed.
You can forget about the astrogational junk; it'll be dead reckoning.
I showed him the casing of the intricate beam-power apparatus that contained the whole reason for the project, and gave him a preliminary look at the astrogational and manual maneuvering equipment and controls.
He had intended to study advanced astrogational theory.
Schoenberg’s eyes went shifting restlessly now to his astrogational chart.
The landing party has been denied access to the Elasians' astrogational charts.
The AI often created astrogational simulations. They were staggeringly complex, but at least finite. Metaspace was predictable.
Malcolm Jameson, "Quicksands of Youthwardness"
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