n. (context science fiction English) A port for interstellar craft.
Usage examples of "starport".
It was the Deimos skyhook, and the nacelle was one of the starport terminals that hauled passengers and cargo up to the little potato moon, 12,500 miles overhead.
Owen had seen such things before, usually on dock-workers at starports, unloading heavy cargo.
Golgotha, in towns and cities and starports, the rebels moved unstoppably forward, driving back the Imperial forces on all fronts.
He grew to like being in this little oasis, away from starports and intergalactic trade.
Even taking the local flora and fauna out of the equation, the landing site was on the far side of the planet from the starport, and unless they had brought along enough dietary supplements, they would starve to death long before they could make the trip.
The selling price, delivered at Starport, is fifty-two munits a ton, current quotation.
Kalendru lasers had better performance than stingers at ranges of three hundred yards and beyond, but it wasn’t often you had to worry about shooting the breadth of a starport.
Kalendru lasers had better performance than stingers at ranges of three hundred yards and beyond, but it wasn't often you had to worry about shooting the breadth of a starport.
Alkam-Zar, like many other Tezwan cities, was still smoldering more than two weeks after it had been racked by a shock wave from a Klingon torpedo, which had destroyed a military starport several dozen kilometers away from the urban center.