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Questions regarding the path that a spacecraft will take due to forces acting on the spacecraft, such as gravitational or radiation from the sun.
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Questions regarding SpaceX's Starship, formerly the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) upper stage or BFS
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Questions about alternative designs the asker has thought of, such as "why was X built this way and not this way"
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Questions about debris in space, often in Earth orbit. Usually referring to nonoperational man-made satellites or parts of satellites.
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Type of satellite in the shape of a cube 10 cm on each side. Popular with academics and amateurs with a focus on off-the-shelf components.
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Questions on ascertaining, predicting, and controlling spatial orientation and rotation of spacecraft, and on forces that affect spatial orientation.
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Questions regarding the spacesuits that astronauts wear whilst in space
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Questions regarding the reuse of parts or equipment.
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Questions about impact of radiation on space exploration.
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Questions about asteroids, bodies in the solar system smaller then planets which orbit the sun.
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Questions about satellites designed to aid in communications, such as phone, TV and Internet satellites.
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Orbital elements are a set of parameters that uniquely identify a specific orbit.
Questions regarding words and abbreviations used in the fields of spaceflight and space exploration, and their meaning when used in those contexts.
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Questions explicitly involving numerical analysis.
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Questions regarding travel on a cosmic scale, from one star to another.
188 questions
Questions regarding spacecraft designed to travel between planets.
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SpaceX's heavy lift launcher, based on the Falcon 9, using two strap-on boosters with a center core.
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A space station (or orbital station) is a spacecraft capable of supporting a crew, which is designed to remain in space (most commonly in low Earth orbit) for an extended period of time. For questions…
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Questions on obtaining electrical energy from the light of the Sun through either direct photovoltaic conversion or thermal conversion.
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Using radio wavelengths to communicate between multiple spacecraft or between a spacecraft and the Earth.
Questions regarding the second planet from the Sun.
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Questions regarding the Soyuz manned spacecraft used by the Soviet and Russian space program.
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Perseverance is a NASA Mars rover launched in July 2020 and landed in Jezero crater in February 2021. Use with the [mars] tag when asking about the environment it's in. Use with [ingenuity] when askin…
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Questions regarding missions or parts of missions which were not successful.
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Questions pertaining to materials used for construction of space-worthy objects.
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Literal meaning is "change in velocity". The quantity has utility in rocketry as measure of the change in velocity that a reaction engine must produce to move into a given trajectory. The rocket equ…
Questions on taking images in space or of spacecraft.
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Questions about a craft used to propel payloads into space, usually a rocket-powered vehicle
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Questions regarding rocket propellant in liquid form, the main type used for chemical rockets.
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Questions on launch complexes, spaceports or other locales for the launch of spacecraft.
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Questions about deep space travel and observations that are related to the distance between the object in question and the Earth. For example, questions about communications delay, radial resolution, …
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The Voyager program is an American scientific program that launched two unmanned space missions, the probes Voyager 1 and Voyager 2. Although they were designated officially to study just the planetar…
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Questions regarding space exploration safety issues and procedures.
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Extra-Vehicular Activity (EVA, or sometimes called "spacewalking") involves donning a space suit and leaving whatever vehicle you are in. Common reasons are repairing or maintaining said vehicle, but …
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Questions pertaining to the launch vehicle developed by Wernher von Braun's team under Arthur Rudolph's supervision at Marshall Space Flight Center for carrying astronauts to the Moon. Saturn V (or C-…
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Questions regarding the Curiosity rover launched by NASA for the purpose of Mars exploration.
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