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We can realistically expect that during this century, the entire solar system—planets, moons, and asteroids—will be explored by flotillas of robotic craft.If Aliens Exist, Here’s How We’ll Find Them - Issue 97: Wonder|Martin Rees & Mario Livio|February 24, 2021|Nautilus
Whenever I had a free hour or two, I would drive to the woods, hike in a few feet and pull down invasive vines as if I were lowering the sails on a flotilla of ghost ships.Was a three-week trip to New Orleans for work or vacation? Both.|Andrea Sachs|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
It’s done in summer from flotillas of small boats that prowl in water from knee-high to 8 feet deep.
During very popular seasons, flotillas of boats with all manner of snorkelers and scuba divers hit the water seeking “bugs.”
The flotilla would also contain one larger balloon hoisting a heavier instrument known as a mass spectrometer—a machine capable of identifying complex biological molecules like proteins.Three ways scientists could search for life on Venus|Charlie Wood|October 1, 2020|Popular Science
They were perched atop our five-boat flotilla and I cried like a baby.
The pendant light is a flotilla of hot air balloons hand blown in glass.
But I was oddly pleased when I heard that 500 people were treated for hypothermia after the flotilla.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will travel in the Royal Barge which will form the centrepiece of the flotilla.
The two countries are facing a major diplomatic rupture over a report on the Gaza flotilla raid, and neither side is backing down.
Here the river turned abruptly northwest, and in the bay formed by its curve lay a flotilla of log rafts.Gold-Seeking on the Dalton Trail|Arthur R. Thompson
I must confess, however, that the French appeared to me equally mad, in expecting any thing from their flotilla.
I demanded of this veteran, pointing to the flotilla, when the Emperor intended to invade England?
Amidst such scenery the expeditionary flotilla began its voyage at eleven o'clock.
With a gentle breeze off shore the flotilla started in nearly the order assigned to it.