:::It was supposed to mean "launched", i.e. "Voyager II is an automatic spacecraft launched August 20th..." Lewis and Short says "deducere navis" = "to launch a ship". Is it the grammar of the phrase that confuses you?
::::The confusion may reflect the fact that ''deducere'' means 'to lead down' (i.e., to the water), but spaceships are usually sent upward, rather than downward. [[Usor:IacobusAmor|IacobusAmor]] 03:17, 5 Aprilis 2010 (UTC)
::I don't find any examples of cosmos in the plural used like that (I could be wrong).
:::What word would you suggest for outer space outside of the solar system? Do we have an agreement on a term for "outerspace"?
::What is a golden disc of travelers? (this might be my ignorance of the Voyager program).
:::Yes, it literally is a Golden Disc. The Voyagers carried a kind of timecapsule phonograph record with sounds from earth, a variety of music, and greetings in dozens of languages (including Latin!). English has an [[:en:Voyager Golden Record|entire article dedicated to it]], and it really has a lot of information on it!
:--[[Usor:Ioscius|Ioscius]] <sup>'''[[Disputatio Usoris:Ioscius|∞]]'''</sup> 11:53, 4 Aprilis 2010 (UTC)
::Gratias tibi ago! I will work on expanding the article, too! <font face="Courier New">--[[Usor:Secundus Zephyrus|SECUNDUS ZEPHYRUS]]</font> 02:15, 5 Aprilis 2010 (UTC)
I would like to make an article for the golden disc, but since we're using the English name instead of a translation, what should I name the article? The standard word order for "golden disk of Voyager" would be ''ADJ GEN NOM'', correct? But would "aureus Voyager discus" be confusing since "Voyager" is indecl?<font face="Courier New">--[[Usor:Secundus Zephyrus|SECUNDUS ZEPHYRUS]]</font> 02:30, 5 Aprilis 2010 (UTC)