The Orbital Mechanics Podcast

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Episode 384: Spaceplane, Spaceplane, Fire


Spaceflight News

— Rocket Lab’s Catch Me If You Can Wasn’t (parabolicarc.com) (businesswire.com) (theorbitalmechanics.com)

Short & Sweet

— Chinese Spaceplane Releases Object On-orbit (spacenews.com)

— Spaceplane Aurora Tested at Peenemünde (spacewatch.global)

— Fire Alarm Scrubs NG-18 Launch (nasaspaceflight.com)

Questions, Comments, Corrections

— Practical Engineering’s look at Endeavor’s trip through LA (youtube.com)

— Vertical payload integration (youtube.com)

— Reflective Layer (youtube.com)

This Week in Spaceflight History

— November 11, 2013: Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer’s reentry (en.wikipedia.org) (articles.adsabs.harvard.edu) (spaceflight101.com)

— GOCE had sophisticated accelerometers (HT Colin: link.springer.com)

— Next week (11/15-11/21) in 1967: Actually, I thought it’d be right about this high at MECO.


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