Emoji dictionary 👨🚀 Man Astronaut emoji [ man as-truh-nawt ih-moh-jee ] Published May 11, 2021 The Man Astronaut emoji 👨🚀 depicts a male astronaut. It is commonly used to represent astronauts, outer space, space exploration, and NASA. The Man Astronaut emoji 👨🚀 is also used to celebrate National Space Day, which is held yearly on the first Friday in May (May 7 in 2021). We may have endless questions about space, but at least you can learn the difference between meteors, meteorites, and meteoroids here. Related words 🧑🚀 Astronaut emoji, 👽 Alien emoji, 🌕 Full Moon emoji, 🌠 Shooting Star emoji, 👩🚀 Woman Astronaut emoji Where does 👨🚀 Man Astronaut emoji come from? The Man Astronaut emoji 👨🚀 was added to Emoji 4.0 in 2016. On supported platforms, the emoji is used by combining the Man emoji 👨 with the Rocket emoji 🚀. On most major platforms, the emoji depicts the head and shoulders of a male astronaut wearing a spacesuit. The Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, and Facebook versions depict the astronaut using an audio communicator. The Apple and WhatsApp versions of the emoji depict a mustachioed astronaut.The Twitter version of the emoji has the astronaut holding their removed helmet as two stars twinkle behind them. On supported platforms, the emoji can be customized with various skin tones. The use of the Man Astronaut emoji 👨🚀 overlaps heavily with the Astronaut emoji 🧑🚀 and Woman Astronaut emoji 👩🚀. All three of these emoji are often used interchangeably or are used together. The Man Astronaut emoji 👨🚀 is used generally to refer to outer space. In this sense, it is often used alongside the many other space-related emoji such as the Rocket emoji 🚀, the Alien emoji 👽, the Ringed Planet emoji 🪐, the Satellite emoji 🛰️, and the Telescope emoji 🔭. Examples of 👨🚀 Man Astronaut emoji When I was little I always wanted to be an astronaut 👨🚀 🌘 @carrillo151, April 19, 2021 Hopefully get to see the rocket tonight 🚀👨🚀🤞#spacex @weezy2014x, May 30, 2020 Who uses 👨🚀 Man Astronaut emoji? The Man Astronaut emoji 👨🚀 is used to refer to actual astronauts, NASA, and space exploration. #HappyBirthday to Russian cosmonaut and veteran of two space missions, Sergei Zalyotin. In 2000, he was a member of the final resident crew aboard the Mir space station. 👨🚀🎂 — National Space Centre (@spacecentre) April 21, 2021 This past week @NASA flew a helicopter around Mars, made breathable air from Mars’s atmosphere, and @SpaceX flew astronauts to the space station on a recycled rocket. Pretty amazing 🚀👨🚀 — Ryan (@ry8n8ll8n) April 25, 2021 Interesting fact: Neil Armstrong was the first person to land on the moon. “Neil A” spelled backwards is “Alien”. 👽👨🚀🤯 — Jack Phan🍹 (@JackPhan) January 5, 2019 The Man Astronaut emoji 👨🚀 is also used generally to refer to outer space, both in real life and as depicted in popular culture. Late night thought- what if corona virus is an alien species from a different planet trying to colonize Earth and use our resources? 🤔👽🛸🚀👨🚀 🌎🪐🦠 — Parth Rai (@parthraii) April 11, 2020 A friend told me today, “Look, think of this lockdown thing as like astronaut training.” 👨🚀 We’re going to Mars in house-shaped spaceships. It’ll take months to get there, and if you go outside the ship, you’ll die. Be strong! Forgive each other’s foibles. Think of the mission! — Erik Rasmussen 👨🏻💻🇺🇸🇪🇸 (@erikras) March 23, 2020 Just Added Dark Brandon, phrogging, I said what I said, quiet quitting, back to school necklace Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of 👨🚀 Man Astronaut emoji like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of 👨🚀 Man Astronaut emoji that will help our users expand their word mastery.