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Calculate Transmission delay for the path using a satellite link by [email protected]
I am having a scenario as under. I need to calcluate approx. minimum round trip for comunication where path used is a satellite link. consider the transmission...
January 14th 06 01:14 AM
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Reentry at high temperature by Mike Lepore
Someone please tell me why spacecraft are designed to reenter the earth's atmosphere at high speed. Isn't there some way to come down slowly, so the heat...
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June 21st 06 03:07 AM
by Jack Crenshaw Go to last post
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New planet GJ 1214 b by Alain Fournier[_2_]
A new planet, GJ 1214 b, has been found some 40 l.y. away with 2.678 Earth radius and 6.55 Earth mass. . What surprises me is its density, about 1870 kg/m^3,...
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July 6th 11 01:18 AM
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Alternative to Rockets by George Kinley
Are there any way for rockets to fly in space , other then throwing mass out in one direction and moving in other
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March 31st 04 02:45 AM
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The planet that hit the earth to create the moon - Question by Matalog
Does anybody know the name of the mars-sized planet that supposedly hit the earth and created the moon was called? I was watching Natural World just now and...
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June 21st 06 02:48 AM
by Jack Crenshaw Go to last post
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airplanes and space flight by Mitch
Hi there, One thing that I always wondered about space flight is why most agencies (NASA, etc.) do not use a more efficient way of lifting into space. The...
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December 10th 12 05:52 PM
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Apollo spacecraft shielding material by res17uuf
Hi... I'm doing a research project for school on the apollo missions and I have been having trouble finding information on what was used to shield the apollo...
November 18th 03 02:45 PM
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Question about early Earth by blue.planet
Was the Moon in a close Earth orbit essential in preventing a runaway greenhouse effect like we see on Venus. The Earth was much more volcanically active in...
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June 3rd 11 01:15 AM
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Stanford Torus rendering & question by Joe Strout
I'm trying my hand at making some 3D models of classic space habitat designs. My first effort can be seen...
June 19th 06 10:18 PM
by Joe Strout Go to last post
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NASA Selects UA 'Phoenix' Mission To Mars by Ron Baalke
PHOENIX WILL LAND AT MARS' ICY NORTH POLE, STUDY WATER, SEARCH FOR HABITABLE ZONE From Lori Stiles, UA News Services, 520-621-1877 August 4, 2003 Contact...
August 4th 03 10:48 PM
by Ron Baalke Go to last post
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Why is absolute zero finite compared to maximum heat (which is seemingly infinite)? by Binary Object
Why is absolute zero approximately -460 F, yet the maximum possible amount of heat is seemingly infinite? There is certainly an asymmetry. Why is there no...
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January 17th 04 06:32 PM
by Gordon D. Pusch Go to last post
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Galileo To Taste Jupiter Before Taking Final Plunge by Ron Baalke
Donald Savage Headquarters, Washington September 17, 2003 (Phone: 202/358-1547) Carolina Martinez Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena,...
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September 30th 03 05:41 AM
by Gordon D. Pusch Go to last post
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Mars Rover longevity again limited by dust build-up by groutch
I was wondering why NASA accepts a shortened life for the Mars Rovers due to "dust build-up on the solar panels". Is cleaning them beyond their rocket...
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January 28th 04 01:30 AM
by Henry Spencer Go to last post
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A hurrican can be broken up with a strong laser from a weather satellite by Barbara Schwarz
A hurrican can be broken up with a strong laser from a weather satellite via a remote control from somebody on earth. Nobody has to be in harms way. That...
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November 19th 05 05:29 PM
by Mark Jones Go to last post
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Hubble Uncovers Smallest Moons Yet Seen Around Uranus by Ron Baalke
http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/2003/29/text FOR RELEASE: 11:00 a.m. (EDT) September 25, 2003 CONTACT: Donna Weaver Space Telescope Science...
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October 10th 03 12:30 AM
by Gordon D. Pusch Go to last post
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World's Largest Astronomical CCD Camera Installed On Palomar Observatory Telescope by Ron Baalke
http://newsinfo.iu.edu/news/page/normal/982.html World's largest astronomical CCD camera installed on Palomar Observatory telescope Indiana University July...
July 29th 03 08:54 PM
by Ron Baalke Go to last post
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The Hubble Space Telescope... by Craig Fink
... belongs in the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, not spread across the earth as a debris field. http://www.msnbc.com/news/994737.asp?0cv=TB10 begin...
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December 6th 03 04:41 PM
by Jorge R. Frank Go to last post
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Fewer Earthbound Asteroids Will Hit Home by Ron Baalke
Contact: Judith H Moore 44-0-20-7594 6702 Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine July 16, 2003 Fewer Earthbound...
July 16th 03 08:28 PM
by Ron Baalke Go to last post
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ESA Sees Stardust Storms Heading For Solar System by Ron Baalke
European Space Agency Science News Release SNR 13-2003 Paris, France 18 August 2003 ESA sees stardust storms heading for Solar System Until ten years ago,...
August 20th 03 08:10 PM
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Rockets by George Kinley
Hi, if there is no Atmosphere, where do rockets that go in Space get thrust from
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August 1st 03 06:06 AM
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