- of or relating to a galaxy.
- of or relating to the Milky Way.
Origin of galactic
Examples from the Web for galactic
Scroguard, Galactic Cap, and More: Will Anyone Wear Normal Condoms In the Future?7 Must-Read Stories About Vladimir Putin, America’s Biggest Prescription Drug and a Night With a Libertarian Porn Star|The Daily Beast|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This was due to be handed over to Galactic early in 2016 after Scaled Composites pilots completed test flights.
Indeed, by submitting to the FAA review Galactic was being asked to set the standards for all who followed… if they could.
But remember, this was uncharted territory for the FAA just as it was for Galactic.
With that task accomplished, the SAMI team can get to work on the task of galactic demographics in earnest.
No matter how many fits he has, no such decision is going to be made until there's enough of a Galactic Council to make it.The Galaxy Primes|Edward Elmer Smith
Twenty years earlier, when Dirrul was still a schoolboy, the Galactic War had ended.The Instant of Now|Irving E. Cox, Jr.
Be sure and tell the Secretary that your friends all want important posts in the Galactic Empire.Lone Star Planet|Henry Beam Piper and John Joseph McGuire
The few who did not spent the rest of their days working for cooperation between Ophiuchus and the rest of the Galactic League.Think Yourself to Death|C.H. Thames
In an eye-wink of galactic time all the violence is locked up in nice, stable compounds.Deathworld|Harry Harrison
British Dictionary definitions for galactic
Word Origin for galactic
Word Origin and History for galactic
1839, "of the Milky Way," from Late Latin galacticus, from galaxias (see galaxy). In modern scientific sense "pertaining to (our) galaxy," from 1849.