the projected law that would govern the use of outer space by various nations based on certain treaties.
- Space leak
A data structure which grows bigger, or lives longer, than might be expected. Such unexpected memory use can cause a program to require more garbage collections or to run out of heap. Space leaks in functional programs usually result from excessive laziness. For example, the Haskell function sum  = 0 sum (x:xs) = x […]
adjective 1. having no limits or dimensions in space; limitless; unbounded. 2. occupying no space. adjective (mainly literary) 1. having no limits in space; infinite or boundless 2. occupying no space
noun, plural spacemen [speys-men, -muh n] /ˈspeɪsˌmɛn, -mən/ (Show IPA) 1. an astronaut. 2. a visitor to earth from outer space; extraterrestrial. noun (pl) -men, -women 1. a person who travels in outer space, esp one trained to participate in a space flight
noun 1. space writer.