Definitions for "Stardust "
Stardust (1998) is the second solo prose novel by Neil Gaiman. It is usually published with illustrations by Charles Vess.
Stardust is a fictional character who appears in the Femforce comic published by AC Comics. Her real name is Dr. Mara, a top scientist and political dissident from the female-dominated planet Rur.
Stardust is a fantasy film directed by Matthew Vaughn. The film is based on Neil Gaiman's novel of the same name first published by DC Comics and stars Charlie Cox, Claire Danes, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sienna Miller, Robert De Niro, Peter O'Toole and Rupert Everett. It is scheduled for an August 10, 2007 release in the USA.
Probe to a comet.
A dusted, sparkly finish on metal surfaces
Stardust is an American interplanetary spacecraft, whose primary purpose was to investigate the makeup of the comet Wild 2 and its coma. It was launched on February 7, 1999 by NASA, travelled nearly 3 billion miles (5·109 km), and returned to Earth on January 15, 2006 to release a sample material capsule. It is the first sample return mission to collect cosmic dust and return the sample to Earth.
Keywords:  song, chaka, bangalter, hoagy, braxe
"Stardust" is a popular song by Hoagy Carmichael.
Stardust is a one-time musical collaborative effort consisting of producers Thomas Bangalter and Alan Braxe and vocalist Benjamin Diamond. The short-lived group released the immensely popular club track called "Music Sounds Better with You" in June of 1998. The song, which is based around a sample from "Fate" by Chaka Khan, was an instant smash, and many have dubbed it "The Greatest House Song of the Millennium".
Stardust is a 3D space flight game. It is portable and expandable, and it simulates the kinematics of space flight.
Stardust is a strategy game with roleplaying influences taking place in an online persistent world. It involves business activities, political mayhem and military combat in outer space.
Following in the footsteps of MegaZeux, here comes StarDust, a new game creation system for Windows. It still looks like a DOS console, what with its 80x25 character display, but it's much more than just that!
Stardust is a 1978 album by Willie Nelson, consisting entirely of pop standards. A reissue was made in 1999, with two previously unreleased tracks.
Design created by glass artist James Alloway that starts with a base of colored powder which James covers with bands of glistening dichroic glass. The dichroic glass is swirled from the top to the base.
a dreamy romantic or sentimental quality