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Situated or traveling between planets.‘interplanetary missions’
- ‘I am now personally accountable for some of the solar system's interplanetary debris.’
- ‘These flowing charged particles constitute and interact with an interplanetary magnetic field.’
- ‘Fragments of asteroids and comets pervade interplanetary space.’
- ‘Modern interplanetary spacecraft explore their target planets and moons with the aid of robots, and these robots are also becoming very small.’
- ‘But on interplanetary missions, astronauts will experience this damaging radiation full force.’
- ‘For interplanetary missions, such windows are much stricter than for satellites orbiting the Earth.’
- ‘Parker also showed how the solar wind would carry the solar magnetic field into interplanetary space.’
- ‘In addition, most upper stages that are used to propel systems to high orbits or even into interplanetary trajectories are also solid-fuel systems.’
- ‘The amount and efficiency of the energy released by fusion makes it a good candidate for interplanetary travel.’
- ‘In interplanetary space, the fast wind often collides with the slow wind.’
- ‘If plans for interplanetary human space missions are to be realised, with a return journey of up to a couple of years, future astronauts will have to be able to act during a medical emergency.’
- ‘However, planning interplanetary journeys is more complicated than just taking account of the distances.’
- ‘That means interplanetary missions would no longer need to wait for a ‘shortest journey’ launch window.’
- ‘The Judges would select a developing planet that was about to develop interplanetary travel to which to send a subject for five years.’
- ‘The ringed world of Saturn is almost a year of interplanetary travel away.’
- ‘The shuttle was everyone's competitor, from small low Earth orbit payloads to big interplanetary missions.’
- ‘Orion was originally designed as an interplanetary spacecraft for missions to the Moon or Mars, but the design was adapted for interstellar travel.’
- ‘The real payoff in present terms is the spinoff technology that will be used for future lunar and interplanetary missions.’
- ‘Its principal responsibilities are to support interplanetary spacecraft missions and radio and radar astronomy observations.’
- ‘Generally a spacecraft is first placed in an Earth parking orbit, and from there is given another boost to give it the appropriate interplanetary trajectory.’
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