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Sun Synchronous Orbit by Smit Kamal
On Monday, June 3, 1996 12:30:00 PM UTC+5:30, Frank Crary wrote: In article , Pat wrote: ...the reason i...
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June 15th 14 02:56 PM
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Application of trans-stage for a recoverable rocket? by Anthony Frost
In message David Spain wrote: In this scenario, a smaller trans-stage is...
March 3rd 14 10:17 AM
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Application of trans-stage for a recoverable rocket? by David Spain
This newsgroup has been moribund to say the least. So thought I'd prime the pump a bit. SpaceX's approach to the recoverable rocket problem is an interesting...
February 26th 14 11:25 PM
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Apollo or Shuttle onboard transcript by spacescribe
Hi, I've looked through the transcripts available at the NASA web site and am still looking for onboard transcripts fro prelaunch up to launch. There are PAO...
June 18th 13 09:27 PM
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Terminal Velocity by Niobium
We all know the NASA method of re-entry Big shower of sparks and that's the scientists on the ground. However, given a vehicle of 40,000 LB or ...
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December 10th 12 05:23 PM
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freezing water in space by Keith Henson
On Jul 27, 7:04 pm, byblow wrote: A friend of mine who's a physicist says water in a container (a tank or bladder) takes a long time...
July 20th 12 01:11 PM
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Interplanetary Transport Network transit times by Bernhard Kuemel
Hi sps! Does anyone know about how long transit times in the ITN are and how often there are launch windows? I guess the launch windows are at least one...
June 5th 12 01:00 PM
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Airlock substitute by Armin
Hi, I was wondering if we can use plasma shields like "plasma window" or force fields instead of airlocks to let the astronaut get through them without letting...
May 10th 12 05:44 PM
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msl sky crane? by Ro
Hi, I've been searching for video's and information on testing of the msl sky crane system. Apparently I've been looking in all the wrong places because I...
March 27th 12 02:23 AM
by bob haller Go to last post
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Rocket Plane in Level Flight? by Justin[_2_]
Would it be possible to design something like the XCOR Lynx for level flight, with a rocket but still have a useable range? Let's say a normal cruise speed,...
March 25th 12 03:53 PM
by John Halpenny Go to last post
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Blue Origins BE-3 Engine by rocketman
....is being tested by NASA. Does anyone know any details of the engine, like fuel, oxidizer, expected thrust?
March 23rd 12 02:34 PM
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Ice melted by heat radiating from a point (on mars) by KelvinZero
(Sorry, am no longer visiting here so no point replying here. Ignore this post.) Hi, first post on this forum (and I barely know what usenet is :p ) This...
March 12th 12 09:38 AM
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Question about Centrifugal Gravity by James W
So a lot of movies, TV shows, illustrations, etc., show spacecraft generating "gravity" via rotating hull sections. In many cases, this rotating section spins...
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March 12th 12 09:33 AM
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Shuttle Launch Checklist by Joe Snodgrass
Where can I get a list of the Shuttle's system checklist that the crew run down, on the radio, right before launch? TIA.
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December 1st 11 05:11 AM
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freezing water in space by Jeff Findley
In article 80d64180-bb17-4eb8-a5d5-f1428de554b0 @t9g2000vbs.googlegroups.com, says... A friend of mine who's a physicist says...
December 1st 11 05:06 AM
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SpaceX fully reusable launcher by byblow
I would love to hear opinions about Elon Musk's announcement a fully reusable, two-stage launcher. In this SpaceX animated video...
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November 22nd 11 06:18 AM
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Suggestions needed: Condensing steam in space by byblow
I need something thatís completely automated and can extract 100 tonnes of water per day from steam (does 100 tonnes of steam = 100 tonnes of water?). This...
October 16th 11 10:29 PM
by Keith Henson Go to last post
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producing metal in space by byblow
What equipment, materials and amount of electricity are needed to produce steel (in space) from ores found on NEOs? Would there be a need to add carbon (as a...
September 9th 11 03:43 AM
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NASA "Can Crush" Test Will Aid Future Rocket Design by Jeff Findley
In article , says... On 24/03/2011 8:18 AM, Jeff Findley wrote:
September 7th 11 08:00 AM
by John001 Go to last post
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HELP NASA CEA CODE by vaibhav[_2_]
I am using Nasa CEA code for calculating Isp for different Ae/At ratios with chamber pressure of 1000 psi. Problem is Isp should have a peak at optimum...
September 7th 11 05:19 AM
by Jeff Berton Go to last post
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