Bereft of his ability to fly and with nowhere to go, a courageous bat climbed aboard our Discovery with stars in his weak little eyes. The launch commenced, and Spacebat trembled as his frail mammalian body was gently pushed skyward. For the last time, he felt the primal joy of flight; for the first, the indescribable feeling of ascending toward his dream—a place far away from piercing screeches and crowded caves, stretching forever into fathomless blackness.
Whether he was consumed in the exhaust flames or frozen solid in the stratosphere is of no concern. We know that Spacebat died, but his dream will live on in all of us.
"On a cool spring eve March 15th, 2009 a bat, crippled and wistful, clung to the Space Shuttle Discovery as it was thrust toward the great beyond. Goodbye and godspeed, my magnificent Spacebat."
A small bat that was spotted blasting off with the space shuttle on 03/15/2009 and clinging to the back side of Discovery's external fuel tank apparently held on throughout the launch.
"03/15/2009 - Never forget Space Bat"
To accomplish something great or awesome; see epic win
Student #1: "How'd your intramural soccer meet go last night?"
Student #2: "Well we were tied until I totes space batted that last goal in OT for the win."
Teacher: "I am so proud of you all for pulling a space bat on your last exam."
A rounded club made of exotic particles, wider at the hitting end. High energy exotic particles are found to exist at the hitting end while smaller lower energy exotic particles are found at the tapered handle end. A space bat is used to alter the shape or move parts of space from one set of euclidean geometric coordinates to another.
That space bat should be able to alter the comets path so it avoids Earth.
1) Something very crazy or wacky. Usually a noun, such as a person. A space bat is so whacked out you might think they are in space. That combined with being crazy (or 'batty') is significant and worthy of having its own word. Hence Space Bat.
2) A bat found in space. Space Bat's have an armoured body and can fire energy weapons from their faces. These types should be avoided at all costs as they are very scary and almost impossible to destroy with any weapons.
1) Damn, Jimmy really is a Space Bat. Did you see that crazy stuff he did last night after drinking all that Absinth?
2) Captain we are being attacked by a flock of space bats. They are firing energy weapons from their faces and we can't seem to penetrate their body armour with our weapons.