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What is approximately critical Q for the space shuttle? [closed]
Everything is in the title, I wonder what was approximately the critical dynamic pressure the space shuttle (RIP) could handle, as I am trying to create a simple space flight simulator. I don't need a ...
Nov 15 '11 at 20:04
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