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Lunar mission aerobrake performance study
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Marshall Space Flight Center, Ala.], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by J. Mulqueen and D. Coughlin.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum NASA TM -- 103562., NASA technical memorandum -- 103562.|
|Contributions||Coughlin, D., George C. Marshall Space Flight Center.|
|The Physical Object|
American manned lunar base. Study In August NASA's Office of Exploration completed a two-year, NASA-wide plan for future manned space exploration. Status: Study This was almost immediately preempted by the Day Study issued in response to President Bush's Human Exploration Initiative speech in November Thomas P. Stafford is a retired Lieutenant General of the U.S. Air Force and a former NASA astronaut. Stafford piloted Gemini VI, the first rendezvous in space (), and commanded the Apollo 10 lunar mission () and the Missing: aerobrake.
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Get this from a library. Lunar mission aerobrake performance study. [John A Mulqueen; D Coughlin; George C. Marshall Space Flight Center.]. whichfor a typical lunar m_issi'onwgtdd _t_a savin_ of 16 to 20% in IMLEO. Table 1 is a summary of the results of several studies which have attempted to docu-ment the aerobrake efficiency or mass fraction of the aerobrake for lunar missions.
The mass fractions vary from to % and demonstrate that a design goal of 15% is realistic and. Nine lunar mission scenarios were developed to show the transfer vehicle performance benefits of aerobraking into low Earth orbit (LEO) upon Earth return as opposed to an all-propulsive maneuver. The initial mass in LEO (IMLEO) of the lunar transfer vehicle is considered the measure of vehicle : J.
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NASA Moon Missions Operations Manual: - (Apo 14, 15, 16 and 17) - An insight /5(4). aerobrake, a major subsystem, was thus given "high level" performance requirements to fulfill. It should be noted that the aerobrake study being reported was directed at the lunar mission alone, but there are compelling reasons, to be discussed later, for direct relationships to the Mars Mission.
performance requirements. This study was initiated to identify a minimum weight lunar aerobrake structural design and the associated design parameter sensitivities based on fully stressed structural analysis techniques using a Taguchi design methodology.
This study focuses on the aerobrake structural design, although the aerobrake design is dependent upon. MISSION SCENARIO The steady-state Lunar mission scenario for the day study is depicted in Figure In this scenario, two separate vehicles, a Lunar transfer vehicle (LTV) and a Lunar excursion vehicle (LEV) are utilized to deliver cargo and crew to the Lunar surface.
In the steady-state scenario. Two years have passed since the “day study” on lunar and Mars missions was released. Since then considerable analyses have been performed on the “o Missing: aerobrake. launches to place the lunar mission vehicles into LEO; and (3) analyses of small lunar missions launched from a single and mass of the vehicle's aerobrake.
A central vehicle "core" SYSTEM PERFORMANCE Propellant Lunar transfer vehicle NTO/MMH O2/CH4 a • 8 O2/CH4 b O2/H2 c O2/H2 d O_/H2/AI Specifc. The Recent NRC Study Budget Driven Pathway ISS crew Phobos Crew Cis-Lunar Crew Mars Long Stay Crew Aerobrake to LMO. LMO. After 24 Days on Surface MAV to LMO.
Boost Stage to Take MAV From LMO to HMO. Lunar Proving Ground Mars Lander Mission First Mars System Mission. Notional SLS Flight Manifest. EM Topics addressed are: (1) an artificial gravity assessment study; (2) Mars mission transport vehicle (MTV)/Mars excursion vehicle (MEV) mission scenarios; (3) aerobrake issues; (4) equipment life and self-check; (5) earth-to-orbit (ETO) heavy lift launch vehicle (HLLV) definition trades; and (6) risk analysis.
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Drake, editor. • Long-term acquisition of lunar surface, lunar environment, astrophysics, and astronomy data to advance our knowledge of the solar system.
Key Features • Emplacement of a lunar observatory • High robotic/human interaction • Split cargo/human mission approach (1 piloted mission per year day missions) • Chemical/aerobrake propulsion.
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KOELLE and Michael OBERSTEINER MBB - Deutsche Aerospace, M0nchen / Germany ABSTRACT: For future Lunar mission operations basically 2.
An evolutionary program of space science missions for the lunar surface and the transportation system concept developed to deploy them are described. Missing: aerobrake. This paper provides descriptions and performance characteristics for the NDR and CIS concepts, summarizes NASA’s First Lunar Outpost and Mars mission scenarios, and describes characteristics for representative cargo and piloted vehicles compatible with a reference t-class heavy lift launch vehicle (HLLV) and smaller t HLLV option.
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Luna programme (USSR) Chang'e Missing: aerobrake. It provides a critical assessment of the human responses, limits and needs with regard to the stress environments of space flight and on the surface of the Moon.
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "The Second Conference on Lunar Bases and Space Activities of Missing: aerobrake. The first mission would be followed by three identical 3-day lunar sorties in and an unmanned mission to the lunar south pole. Ina rover and a lunar oxygen plant capable of producing t of LOX per year would become available.Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) The Second Conference on Lunar Bases and Space Activities of the 21st Century, volume 1" See other formatsMissing: aerobrake.The total mass varies slightly depending on the mission requirements, e.g.
the initial mass in low Earth orbit would be t (including 59t of liquid hydrogen; the oxygen tank has a capacity of t) for delivering a 25,kg one-way payload to lunar orbit in 24 hours.