2 edition of High altitude and satellite rockets found in the catalog.
High altitude and satellite rockets
Cranfield Symposium on High Altitude and Satellite Rockets (1957 Cranfield, Eng.)
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||TL780 .C7 1957a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||59016251|
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Street. They write that their end goal is to be able to “track high power rockets in high acceleration / speed / altitude environments”.
In their latest attempt they launched a rocket with an RTL-SDR on board with it capturing GPS data to be later processed with GNSS-SDR.
The goal was to get a GPS fix throughout the flight. PML Extreme Altitude Rocket Kits are a great challenge for the experienced rocketeer.
The Cirrus Dart is a specialized super-high-performance kit and should only be used by experienced high power fliers. This high velocity, 38mm minimum diameter dart is capable of extremely high altitudes with relatively small motors.
Altitude Tracking. The Io is intended to be flown on F, G & H motors. It is the perfect rocket for people new to high power. If you choose to purchase the Io with a 38mm MMT, for 29mm motors, purchase the optional motor retainer HAMRSET and the HAMR/ADPTR. • Pre-slotted Quantum Tube airframe • Dura-Chute nylon parachute • Plastic nosecone.
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Launched from Black Rock Desert in Nevada on September 30 in an attempt to win John Carmack's kft Micro Prize, Derek Deville's home-built Qu8k rocket reached an altitude offeet ( Rockets launched from high altitude can be optimized for lower ambient pressure, thus achieving greater thrust over the entire operating regime.
Propellant is conserved because the air-breathing carrier aircraft lifts the rocket to altitude much more efficiently.
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It can be used to track extremely high altitude flights and capture the maximum altitude with GPS precision. Other trackers designed for hobby/amateur rockets are limited to 50km (K feet) maximum GPS altitude.
Orbital velocity is the velocity needed to achieve balance between gravity's pull on the satellite and the inertia of the satellite's motion -- the satellite's tendency to keep going.
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