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Recently I read up on spacecrafts entering earth using a heat shield. However, when exiting the Earth's atmosphere, it does not heat up, so it does not need a heat shield at that point of time yet. Why is this so? I know then when entering earth, the spacecraft will heat up due to various forces like gravity, drag and friction acting upon it, thus causing it to heat up. This is the reason why a spacecraft entering Earth's atmosphere would need a heat shield. Wouldn't Why wouldn't an exiting spacecraft experience this too? Any help would be appreciated.

Recently I read up on spacecrafts entering earth using a heat shield. However, when exiting the Earth's atmosphere, it does not heat up, so it does not need a heat shield at that point of time yet. Why is this so? I know then when entering earth, the spacecraft will heat up due to various forces like gravity, drag and friction acting upon it, thus causing it to heat up. This is the reason why a spacecraft entering Earth's atmosphere would need a heat shield. Wouldn't an exiting spacecraft experience this too? Any help would be appreciated.

Recently I read up on spacecrafts entering earth using a heat shield. However, when exiting the Earth's atmosphere, it does not heat up, so it does not need a heat shield at that point of time yet. Why is this so? I know then when entering earth, the spacecraft will heat up due to various forces like gravity, drag and friction acting upon it, thus causing it to heat up. This is the reason why a spacecraft entering Earth's atmosphere would need a heat shield. Why wouldn't an exiting spacecraft experience this too? Any help would be appreciated.

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Recently I read up on spacecrafts entering earth using a heat shield. However, when exiting the Earth's atmosphere, it does not heat up, so it does not need a heat shield at that point of time yet. Why is this so? I know then when entering earth, the spacecraft will heat up due to various forces like gravity, drag and friction acting upon it, thus causing it to heat up. This is the reason why a spacecraft entering Earth's atmosphere would need a heat shield. Wouldn't an exiting spacecraft experience this too? Any help would be appreciated. Although I have accepted an answer, any new posts will be accepted and upvoted(if helpful).

Recently I read up on spacecrafts entering earth using a heat shield. However, when exiting the Earth's atmosphere, it does not heat up, so it does not need a heat shield at that point of time yet. Why is this so? I know then when entering earth, the spacecraft will heat up due to various forces like gravity, drag and friction acting upon it, thus causing it to heat up. This is the reason why a spacecraft entering Earth's atmosphere would need a heat shield. Wouldn't an exiting spacecraft experience this too? Any help would be appreciated. Although I have accepted an answer, any new posts will be accepted and upvoted(if helpful).

Recently I read up on spacecrafts entering earth using a heat shield. However, when exiting the Earth's atmosphere, it does not heat up, so it does not need a heat shield at that point of time yet. Why is this so? I know then when entering earth, the spacecraft will heat up due to various forces like gravity, drag and friction acting upon it, thus causing it to heat up. This is the reason why a spacecraft entering Earth's atmosphere would need a heat shield. Wouldn't an exiting spacecraft experience this too? Any help would be appreciated.

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Recently I read up on spacecrafts entering earth using a heat shield. However, when exiting the Earth's atmosphere, it does not heat up, so it does not need a heat shield at that point of time yet. Why is this so? I know then when entering earth, the spacecraft will heat up due to various forces like gravity, drag and friction acting upon it, thus causing it to heat up. This is the reason why a spacecraft entering Earth's atmosphere would need a heat shield. Wouldn't an exiting spacecraft experience this too? Any help would be appreciated. Although I have accepted an answer, any new posts will be accepted and upvoted(if helpful).

Recently I read up on spacecrafts entering earth using a heat shield. However, when exiting the Earth's atmosphere, it does not heat up, so it does not need a heat shield at that point of time yet. Why is this so? I know then when entering earth, the spacecraft will heat up due to various forces like gravity, drag and friction acting upon it, thus causing it to heat up. This is the reason why a spacecraft entering Earth's atmosphere would need a heat shield. Wouldn't an exiting spacecraft experience this too? Any help would be appreciated.

Recently I read up on spacecrafts entering earth using a heat shield. However, when exiting the Earth's atmosphere, it does not heat up, so it does not need a heat shield at that point of time yet. Why is this so? I know then when entering earth, the spacecraft will heat up due to various forces like gravity, drag and friction acting upon it, thus causing it to heat up. This is the reason why a spacecraft entering Earth's atmosphere would need a heat shield. Wouldn't an exiting spacecraft experience this too? Any help would be appreciated. Although I have accepted an answer, any new posts will be accepted and upvoted(if helpful).

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