🛰️Meaning: A rectangular capsule-like body with an antenna dish in front, a deep blue pair of panels on both sides of the body, and a circular and mostly flat end on the hind side of the body.
The 🛰️ Satellite emoji signifies communication, signal transmission, essentially, the television network we pretty much cannot live without. This emoji could also suggest outer space, space, and the earth’s orbit.
How and When to Use the 🛰️ Satellite Emoji
- If you’re posting (lucky enough to do so) or reposting anything related to and by NASA, you can use 🛰️ in the caption; it can be a satellite image, the latest NASA news, or even a meme.
- 🛰️ can pretty much be used in any space and space-related context – a rocket that’s about to launch into space, an image of a couple of astronauts, or specifically satellite news content, pictures, videos, etc.
- If you’re sharing an aesthetic picture of yourself, someone/anything that you captured and you wish to have a caption/quote that aligns with ‘outer space’ you can use 🛰️ – “So much universe and such little time! 🛰️”.
- A lot of wordplay if possible with 🛰️. For example, “Give me some space for heaven’s sake! 🛰️” or “Nothing’s better than some quiet space to yourself 🛰️”.
- 🛰️ Space Capsule
- 🛰️ Space Station
- 🛰️ Artificial Satellite
- 🛰️ NASA
- 🛰️ Communication Satellite
- 🛰️ Space
- 🛰️ Outer Space
- 🛰️ Space Satellite
- 🛰️ NASA