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Questions regarding the use of weak stability boundaries to brake into orbit.
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Question regarding inflatable spheres filled with material lighter than the surrounding material used to lift objects, and their uses in space exploration.
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Questions regarding devices used to store energy for a duration of time.
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The BE-3 (Blue Engine 3) is a LH2/LOX rocket engine developed by Blue Origin. The engine is being used on the New Shepard suborbital rocket. For Blue Origin's orbital launch vehicle, New Glenn, Blue O…
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Questions about Blue Origin's methalox engine that is to be used on the New Glenn and Vulcan launch vehicles.
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101955 Bennu (provisional designation 1999 RQ36) is a carbonaceous asteroid in the Apollo group discovered by the LINEAR Project on 11 September 1999. Bennu was the target of the OSIRIS-REx mission wh…
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BepiColombo is a joint mission of the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to the planet Mercury. (from Wikipedia)
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Questions about SpaceIL's lunar lander that failed to successfully land on the Moon in 2019. It was the first non-governmental mission to land on the Moon, the first Israeli mission to land on the Moo…
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Questions related to berthing a craft or module to the ISS. A distinction is made between berthing and docking.
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Questions regarding the Bigelow company.
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The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module or BEAM is an experimental expandable space station module developed by Bigelow Aerospace and currently attached to the International Space Station
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A bi-tangential transfer is an orbit between the departure and target orbit which is tangential to both of them. The Hohmann transfer is a bi-tangential transfer, and this type of transfer can be view…
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Questions about the United Kingdom built orbital class launch vehicle. The program was cancelled in 1971.
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Questions regarding small points in space where there is infinite density, with an event horizon past which the gravitational forces are so great even light cannot escape.
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Blue Origin is a Jeff Bezos-founded private American aerospace manufacturer which is attempting to commercialize space tourism.
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Boeing is a very large manufacture of aerospace and space equipment.
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A booster is a type of rocket used to assist in putting larger payloads into orbit. Use with the [rocket] tag any any other relevant launch vehicle tags
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Questions regarding boosters returning to the launch site after separation
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Questions about the Russian space shuttle named Buran.
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Questions about the combustion of a material and the material is consumed by the fire .
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atmosphere in a spacecraft or spacesuit that an astronaut would breathe, composition, temperature, contaminants, how to generate and maintain it...
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How to calculate things directly related to Space Exploration as defined in the help center, or how the calculations have been done in the past or will be done in the future.
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