Markedly Major Musings on the Physical Properties of Extraplanetary Bodies and the Application of Knowledge thusly Acquired

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Markedly Major Musings on the Physical Properties of Extraplanetary Bodies and the Application of Knowledge thusly Acquired

Post by Majormarks on Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:14 pm

Bit of a mouthful, ain't it. What good's a scientific paper without a needlessly long name?

I'm planning of dumping that which I can pass as science here, for experiments I carry out myself, I will use mods, though they will tend to be only stuff like Kerbal Engineer, for highly accurate readouts. I would ask those performing experiments for me to do the same, but that isn't really necessary for a fair few things.

~~~Status~~~
Currently waiting on findings to be reported by the Kerbonaut Department, for use in "Findings regarding the isothermic nature of the planet Eve"

~~~Completed Papers~~~ These are PDF files, they should work fine, but let me know if there's any issues.
Paper on satellite Lines of Sight (Second edition, tidied it up a bit): bit.ly/10zwz8C


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Post by Majormarks on Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:45 pm

Paper on how to make satellite maintain line of sight over time:
bit.ly/10zwz8C
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Post by ROFLCopter64bit on Sun Mar 24, 2013 9:28 pm

Could you do another of your papers on basically everything orbital? Things from very basic to obscenely complicated. Also, could you include how to calculate the speed and altitude of an apoapsis/periapsis using the speed and altitude of the other? I never seem to remember that for some reason. It would help with the study I am conducting with Mass Relays.
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