3 edition of Orbiter rarefied-flow reentry measurements from the OARE on STS-62 found in the catalog.
Orbiter rarefied-flow reentry measurements from the OARE on STS-62
Robert C. Blanchard
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Orbiter rarefied flow reentry measurements from the OARE on STS-62.|
|Statement||R.C. Blanchard, J.Y. Nicholson.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 110182.|
|Contributions||Nicholson, John Y., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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Orbiter Rarefied-Flow Reentry Measurements from the OARE on STS Robert C. Blanchard NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia John Y. Nicholson ViGYAN, Inc. Hampton, Virginia Abstract Acceleration data taken from the Orbital Acceleration Research Experiment (OARE) during reentry on STS has been analyzed using.
To date, the Orbital Acceleration Research Experiment (OARE) has flown on the shuttle orbiter for five missions; namely, STS, STS, STS, STS, and STS Acceleration data taken from the Orbital Acceleration Research Experiment (OARE) during reentry on STS has been analyzed using calibration factors taken on-orbit.
The data includes the flight regime from orbital altitudes down to about km which covers the free-molecule-flow regime and some of the flow-transition into the hypersonic by: 5. Add tags for "Orbiter rarefied-flow reentry measurements from the OARE on STS".
Be the first. Acceleration data taken from the Orbital Acceleration Research Experiment (OARE) during reentry on STS has been analyzed using calibration factors taken on-orbit.
The data examined include the flight regime from orbital altitudes down to about km which covers the free-moleculeflow regime and the upper altitude fringes of the flow-transition into the hypersonic : Robert C. Blanchard and John Y. Nicholson. Acceleration data taken from the Orbital Acceleration Research Experiment (OARE) during reentry on STS has been analyzed using calibration factors taken on-orbit.
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Yes and no. While I don't make alignment burns, this tutorial is designed for beginners (hence the "for Dummies"). The base alignment allows the re-entry to be viewed as a two dimensional problem (Altitude and distance) rather than a three dimensional problem.
Once one has mastered the two dimensional re-entry, the third dimension is easy to add. This is the first Orbiter mission which collected OARE data during the Orbiter reentry phase. The data examined include the flight regime from orbital altitudes down to about 90 km which covers the free-molecule-flow regime and the upper altitude fringes of the.
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ACCELEROMETER DATA ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES | Acronym List accel a cc a gg a ggnew a ggOARE a new a OARE a, rouiew rotOARE avg CG cumRMS dF dT f f c fhigh Mow f N f s ftp g ORMS Hz J k L LSLE m M N acceleration vector magnitude acceleration at the Orbiter center of gravity, mapped from OARE acceleration due to gravity gradient.One way to accelerate orbital decay is to lower the perigee altitude so that atmospheric drag will cause the spacecraft to enter the Earth’s atmosphere more rapidly.
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