Effect of interplanetary trajectory options on a manned Mars aerobrake configuration
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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Space trajectories.,
  • Orbital transfer (Space flight),
  • Space vehicles -- Atmospheric entry.,
  • Aerothermodynamics.,
  • Aerobraking.,
  • Amospheric entry simulation.,
  • Interplanetary navigation.,
  • Interplanetary trajectories.,
  • Manned Mars missions.,
  • Propulsion system performance.,
  • Trajectory optimization.,
  • Mars (Planet) -- Exploration.

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Edition Notes

StatementRobert D. Braun, Richard W. Powell, and Lin C. Hartung.
SeriesNASA technical paper -- 3019.
ContributionsPowell, Richard W., Hartung, Lin C., Langley Research Center.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiv, 73 p.
Number of Pages73
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16137778M

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Get this from a library! Effect of interplanetary trajectory options on a manned Mars aerobrake configuration. [Robert D Braun; Richard W . Effect of interplanetary trajectory options on a manned Mars aerobrake configuration / By Robert D. Braun, Lin C. Hartung, Richard W. Powell and Langley Research Center. Abstract. Internet Archive BookReader Advanced Spacecraft & THE EMERALD CITY. Because of its proximity, environment, and scientific interest, Mars will most likely be the first planet visited by man. In this investigation, a range of interplanetary and atmospheric trajectory options have been studied to identify and quantify the relative effects of various mission requirement sup on the initial flights of a manned Mars programin the time frame to

"The Effect of Interplanetary Trajectory Options on a Manned Mars Aerobrake Configuration." M.S. Thesis, The George Washington University, August Share. Analysis of interplanetary trajectories is a crucial area for both manned and unmanned missions of the Space Exploration Initiative. A deep space maneuver (DSM) can improve a trajectory in much the same way as a planetary swingby. However, instead of using a gravitational field to alter the trajectory, the on-board. Lecture L17 - Orbit Transfers and Interplanetary Trajectories In this lecture, we will consider how to transfer from one orbit, to another or to construct an interplanetary trajectory. One of the assumptions that we shall make is that the velocity changes of the spacecraft, due to the propulsive effects, occur instantaneously. 4. Walberg, Gerald D., "A Review of Aerobraking for Mars Missions," IAF Paper , October 5. Braun, Robert D., Richard W. Powell, and Lin C. Hartung, "The Effect of Inter-planetary Trajectory Options on a Manned Mars Aerobrake Configuration," NASA TP, 6. Sutton, Kenneth and Lin C. Hartung, "Equilibrium Radiative Heating.

The choice of the parking orbit impacts the amount of energy which must be dissipated during the atmospheric trajectory. The effect of this choice on the entry corridor . Effect of Interplanetary_Trajectory Options on a_Manned Mars Elusive Enemy The Victorio Emerging National Space Launch Programs pdf. Mars Aerobrake Return — Point 2 A point 30 seconds later in the trajectory is studied to investigate radiative coupling effects as equilibrium is approached. Here the velocity is km/sec and the free-stream density is about an order of magnitude higher at xlO -5 kg/m 3 ( km altitude). Interplanetary Trajectories. Interplanetary trajectories build on the basic properties of orbits. In the article on Kepler’s laws we saw how basic orbits take the shape of conic sections with the focus at the centre of the planet. In the section on orbital manoeuvre we saw how it is possible to move between orbits by simple velocity Size: KB.