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Ad astra per aspera is the Latin equivalent of 'To the stars at all costs'. In the word by word translation, the preposition 'ad' means 'to'. The noun 'astra', in the accusative case, means 'the stars'. The preposition 'per' means 'by, through'. The noun 'aspera', in the accusative case, means 'roughnesses, rough places'.

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