Monthly Archives: February 2016

Max Diameter Compensating Nozzle

One of the items that seems to be missing from the current crop of LVs is any hint of compensating Nozzles. So a nozzle normally flies that is over expanded at sea level, optimum for a few seconds at some … Continue reading

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Seven Core RLB

In the discussion on Jons’ last post it was mentioned that seven cores could be used in the VTVL booster technique with the outer six semi-permanently attached as a single unit. If they are close to gas-n-go on landing, then … Continue reading

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