ad astra per aspera
[ ahd ah-strah per ah-spe-rah; English, ad as-truhper as-per-uh ]
/ ɑd ˈɑ strɑ pɛr ˈɑ spɛˌrɑ; English, æd ˈæs trə pər ˈæs pər ə /
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to the stars through difficulties: motto of Kansas.
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Cf. also—'Cum me laudarent simul astra matutina'; Job xxxviii.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
But only his species on all Astra had five fingers, five toes, and that physical evidence might insure his safety now.
So now, his own band, basically strange to this planet, might well go unnoticed by the once dominant race of Astra.
But—Dalgard measured sand, sun, and sky, watching the mermen sporting in the waves—but for him Astra was enough.
From the point of view of car suspension one of the most interesting of the modern French airships is the Astra-Torres.The Romance of Aircraft|Lawrence Yard Smith