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galactic

 [gah-lak´tik]
1. pertaining to milk.

ga·lac·tic

(gă-lak'tik),
Pertaining to milk; promoting the flow of milk.

galactic

Medspeak
adjective Referring to breast milk.
 
Vox populi
adjective Referring to the galaxy, or some element thereof.

ga·lac·tic

(gă-lak'tik)
Pertaining to milk; promoting the flow of milk.

galactic

1. pertaining to milk.
2. galactagogue.
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On March 16, 2015, Inix Technologies had signed a share sale agreement (SSA) to buy a 30% stake in Galactic Maritime.
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ETH researchers discovered in their extensive data collection of observed active galactic nuclei that about 5 percent appeared to be in a 'switched-off' state.
Media Contact: Lara Reed, Pan Galactic Digital, 314.
The spectroscopic area of the zCosmos galactic survey was determined to be 0.
Now, by pioneering the first commercial passenger flights into space with the world's first spaceline, Virgin Galactic, Sir Richard is at the forefront of a groundbreaking new travel experience that few believed possible.
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The Galactic plane is inclined by about 60 degrees to the ecliptic (the plane of the Earth's orbit).
Virgin Galactic CEO and President, George Whitesides, said: "The specifics of the competition are being finalised but this is an ideal way for us all to give something back to the community of the UAE.
What Virgin Galactic is trying to achieve is at the forefront of scientific engineering.
Asked when Abu Dhabi could have its own spaceport, Whitesides said that Virgin Galactic is focused on starting commercial operations at its first spaceport, Spaceport America.
When astronomers carefully subtract all known gamma-ray sources from LAT observations of the galactic center, a patch of leftover emission remains.