Deorbit Burn

   Firing a retro-rocket to slow a spaceship down so that it can come out of orbit.

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  • Deorbit Burn — Der Begriff Bremszündung (englisch: Deorbit Burn) findet Verwendung in der Raumfahrt und bezeichnet das Abbremsen eines Raumfahrzeuges, um auf die Erde zurückzukehren. Space Shuttle Beim amerikanischen Space Shuttle wird die Bremszündung von den… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Deorbit of Mir — The deorbit of Mir was the controlled atmospheric re entry of the modular Russian space station Mir carried out on March 23, 2001. Major components ranged from about 5 to 15 years in age, and included the Mir Core Module, Kvant 1, Kvant 2,… …   Wikipedia

  • STS-121 — Infobox Space mission mission name = STS 121 insignia = STS 121 patch.png shuttle = Discovery crew members = 7 up, 6 down launch pad = LC 39B launch = July 4, 2006, 18:37:55 UTC landing = July 17, 2006, 13:14:43 UTC duration = 12 days 18 hours 37 …   Wikipedia

  • Timeline of STS-121 — This is the timeline for STS 121, the mission to the ISS.AboutThe shuttle was docked to the ISS for the majority of the flight. For much of the time the shuttle was at the ISS the Multi Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo was mated and accessible… …   Wikipedia

  • Soyuz TM-5 — Infobox Space mission mission name = Soyuz TM 5 sign = Родник (Rodnik Spring) crew members = 3 launched / 2 landed launch = June 7, 1988 14:03:13 UTC Gagarin s Start landing = September 7, 1988 00:49:38 UTC 202 km SE of Dzhezkazgan duration = 91… …   Wikipedia

  • STS-118 — Infobox Space mission mission name = STS 118 insignia = STS 118 patch new.png| shuttle = Endeavour crew members = 7 launch pad = LC 39A launch = 8 August, 2007, 6:36:42 p.m. EDT (22:36:42 UTC) landing = 21 August, 2007, 12:33:20 p.m. EDT… …   Wikipedia

  • Gravity turn — A gravity turn or zero lift turn is a maneuver (see trajectory optimization) used in launching a spacecraft into, or descending from, an orbit around a celestial body such as a planet or a moon. This launch trajectory offers two main advantages… …   Wikipedia

  • Space accidents and incidents — Space accidents, either during operations or training for spaceflights, have killed 22 astronauts (five percent of all people who have been in space, two percent of individual spaceflights), and a much larger number of ground crew. This article… …   Wikipedia

  • STS-115 — Infobox Space mission mission name = STS 115 insignia = STS 115 patch.svg shuttle = Atlantis crew members = 6 launch pad = LC 39B launch = 2006 09 09 15:14:55 UTC landing = 2006 09 21 10:21:30 UTC duration = 11 days, 19 hours, 6 minutes and 35… …   Wikipedia

  • STS-133 — Mission insignia Mission statistics Mission name STS 133 Space shuttle Discovery …   Wikipedia


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