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Questions about imagery devices on spacecraft and probes.
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Canadarm or Canadarm1 is the robotic manipulator used on the Space Shuttle orbiters to deploy, manoeuvre, and capture payloads. Canadarm2 is a similar device used on the ISS. Canadarm3 is a proposed s…
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Cape Canaveral Space Force Station is a facility of the United States Space Force (formerly the Air Force) on the east coast of Florida, adjacent to (but not the same as) Kennedy Space Center. It lau…
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CAPSTONE: Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment is a small 25 kg spacecraft that will go into a near-rectilinear halo orbit around the moon, the same o…
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A space capsule is an often manned spacecraft which has a simple shape for the main section, without any wings or other features to create lift during atmospheric reentry.
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questions about the process of capturing a spacecraft into orbit around a planet or moon.
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Carbon is the 6th element on the periodic table.
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Questions related to the Cassini–Huygens spacecraft sent to Saturn.
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Questions regarding underground chambers, usually naturally occurring.
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Sudden occurrence of "bubbles" or voids in liquids under certain conditions - can damage materials on contact.
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Common Booster Core is the name given to each first stage booster in a Delta-4 Heavy booster.
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Questions about the Common Berthing Modules on the ISS. (Not about Commodore Business Machines)
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Questions regarding the movements and interactions of astronomical bodies as it relates to spacecraft, their trajectories, and their maneuvers. For the motion of spacecraft themselves, see [orbital-me…
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Questions about the Centaur rocket stage, a high-efficiency hydrolox upper stage used (or planned to have been used) with a wide variety of rockets, and first flown in 1962.
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Questions about the only recognized dwarf planet in the main asteroid belt.
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Questions related to China's unmanned Moon exploration missions
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Charon, known as (134340) Pluto I, is the largest of the five known natural satellites of the dwarf planet Pluto.
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Questions regarding the application of chemistry in space exploration, for example the composition of rocket propellants.
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Questions regarding Chinese politics, people, and space programs and their relation to space exploration.
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Constellation of earth-observing cubesats measuring GPS radio occultations. CICERO = Community Initiative for Cellular Earth Remote Observation
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Relating to classified (By any government) missions, requirements, proposals, etc.
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Clean room environment of production, assembly and research facilities, with strict regime over airborne impurities or pollutants that could be introduced to worked on materials, equipment or experime…
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Questions about the spacecraft Clementine that mapped the Moon in 1994.
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