- a precise time period during which a spacecraft can be launched from a particular site in order to achieve a desired mission, as a rendezvous with another spacecraft.
Origin of launch window
First recorded in 1960–65
Also called window.
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- the limited period during which a spacecraft can be launched on a particular mission
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