Definition of starship
: a spacecraft designed for interstellar travel
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Del Toro was shown in an image sitting in the swivel chair aboard an unspecified starship.
Also on display: models, artwork and media that provide a first look at some of the locations, starships, creature, and droids of the future space.
Starship's lobbyists worked on the proposals for those two states as well, according to Recode.
The setup strongly resembles the bridge of the starship Enterprise—that is, if Captains Kirk or Picard were also DJs.
Starship Troopers: November 7, 1997 Panned by critics, this action film about Earth in the 23rd century and a soldier named Johnny Rico managed to gross $121 million worldwide—and an Academy Award nomination for best visual effects.
Maybe the one starting to move into a $5 billion headquarters building that looks like a cross between a starship and a Bundt cake?
Starship’s Bay Area fleet consists of about a dozen robots all running on rechargeable batteries.
The showrunners appear to have solved that problem, as the starship featured prominently in the two and a half minute trailer appears much sleeker and more advanced.
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