2 edition of Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) found in the catalog.
Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS)
by Science Applications International Corp., National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Torrance, Calif, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-188480.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
The reusable nature and rapid development timeline should keep costs low. The ESA hasn’t started building the Space Rider module yet, but it expects to have a critical design review completed at. Spacecraft re-entry is tricky business for several reasons. When an object enters the Earth's atmosphere, it experiences a few forces, including gravity and drag. Gravity will naturally pull an object back to earth. But gravity alone would cause the object to fall dangerously fast. Luckily, the Earth's atmosphere contains particles of air. As Author: Jane Mcgrath.
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The Reusable Reentry Vehicle (RRV) will be 3-axis stabilized with artificial gravity up to g's, be rugged and easily maintainable, and have a modular design to accommodate a satellite bus and separate modular payloads (e.g., rodent module, general biological module, ESA microgravity botany facility, general botany module). Atmospheric entry is the movement of an object from outer space into and through the gases of an atmosphere of a planet, dwarf planet, or natural satellite. There are two main types of atmospheric entry: uncontrolled entry, such as the entry of .
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Coming Home: Reentry and Recovery From Space (NASA/Sp) [Launius, Roger D., Jenkins, Dennis R., National Aeronautics and Space Administration] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Coming Home: Reentry and Recovery From Space (NASA/Sp)Author: Roger D.
Launius, Dennis R. Jenkins. Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) System Design Study RRS System Cost Estimates Document February Contract NAS DRL 03 Prepared for: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas I_FAIRCHILD 8 I== A C E COST INC.
Science Applications International Corporation. As currently conceived, the Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) will be designed to provide investigators, in several biological disciplines with a relatively inexpensive method of access to space for up to 60 days with eventual recovery on Earth.
As currently conceived, the Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) will be designed to provide investigators, in several biological disciplines, with a relatively inexpensive method to access space for up to 60 days with eventual recovery on Earth.
The RRS. The Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) Telemetry, Tracking & Command (TT&C) Coverage Tradeoff Study described herein was performed during Part 1 of the RRS Phase B contract.
This report is one of several that describes the results of various trade studies performed to arrive at a recommended design for the RRS satellite system. The main fault of this book is that it's almost exclusively concerned with Earth reentry from the perspective of It somewhat obliquely makes the case that the course of the US space program has been heavily influenced by the overwhelming appeal of a flyable spacecraft in the face of the extreme technical difficulty of actually building one/5.
The main objectives of the Recovery Tradeoff Study were as follows: (1) to determine whether a land or water recovery best suits RRS system requirements; (2) what type of terminal recovery system is best suited for the RRS; and (3) what are the recovery access timelines after system landing.
Based on the trade parameters and evaluation criteria used in this study, the land. Re-Entry: Making the Transition from Missions to Life at Home " My great desire in writing this book is to help people safely navigate the transition from the mission field to home.
As I look back at my own life, I realize that I could have benefited much from the information contained in this book/5(47). Full text of "System specification for the reusable reentry satellite" See other formats V •: V - \ T L i l. 1 RRS-SS February 3 P-7X SYSTEM SPECIFICATION FOR THE REUSABLE REENTRY SATELLITE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION Contract NAS9- DRL 04 Prepared by.
Space Rider is a reusable lifting-body orbital and re-entry experiment, which aims to provide Europe with an affordable, independent, reusable end-to-end integrated space transportation system for routine access and return from low orbit. It will be used to transport payloads for an array of applications, orbit altitudes and inclinations.
Space Rider is a lifting reentry body, with. The purpose of the Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) Propulsion System Trade Study described in this summary report was to investigate various propulsion options available for incorporation on the RRS and to select the option best suited for RRS application.
This paper presents some results of a follow-on study currently being performed at Stanford University in support of the NASA/Ames Reusable Re-entry Satellite (RRS) concept (see Utah State Conference paper by J.
Givens and R. Schaupp). Whereas previous published work in this area focused on design of an RRS vehicle. This paper shall address RRS mission Author: Steven Adler, Joseph Dulong, Scott Forest, Yusuf Jafry, Burton Lee.
Full text of "Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS): Configuration trade study" See other formats RRS Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) Summary Report Configuration Trade Study December Contract NAS9- DRL02 Prepared for: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lyndon B.
Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas » Science. The Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) is intended to provide investigators in several biological disciplines with a relatively inexpensive method to access space for up to 60 days with eventual recovery on Earth.
The RRS will permit totally intact, relatively soft, recovery of the vehicle, system refurbishment, and reflight with new and varied payloads. Abstract. Mission and system concerns of the Reusable Reentry Satellite are examined.
The orbital lifetime of the satellite due to atmospheric drag, the desirable orbital characteristics which will permit deorbit and landing at the designated recovery site, the cycle of the local time of landing from day to night for the possible orbits, and the deorbit sequence and subsequent.
The Reusable Reentry Satellite system is composed of the Payload Module (PM), the Reusable Reentry Vehicle (RRV), and the Launch and Mission Support (LMS) segments.
The nine volumes that comprise this system specification establish the performance, design, development, and test requirements for the Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) system. A reusable launch system is a launch system that includes the recovery of some or all of the component stages.
To date, several fully reusable suborbital systems and partially reusable orbital systems have been flown. The first reusable launch vehicle to reach orbit was the Space Shuttle, which was not able to accomplish the intended goal of reducing launch costs to below. Reusable Reentry Satellite (Rrs): Thermal Control Trade Study by Nasa, National Aeronautics and Space Adm and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Satellite Thermal Control - AbeBooks.
The overall Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) Phase B Study objective is to design a relatively inexpensive satellite to access space for extended periods of time, with eventual recovery of experiments on Earth. The design and assessment work performed in defining the on-orbit Thermal Control Subsystem (TCS) requirements for the Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) is discussed.
Specifically, it describes the hardware and design measures necessary for maintaining the Payload Module (PM) Environmental Control Life Support System (ECLSS) heat exchanger, the hydrazine.
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Like Tuck, Everlasting --you know that ultimately everyone made the decisions that were right for their situation, but they're decisions that will have negative repercussions and devolve into loneliness at some point if they haven't already/5.This paper describes a low-cost, multipurpose Reusable Reentry Satellite (RRS) which can carry a variety of experiments into space, remain in orbit for up to 60 days, return autonomously to Earth and be refurbished for reuse.
Potential user applications include life science, commercial, and others. As presently conceived, the vehicle is a blunt ballistic entry vehicle with an internal Cited by: 1.