Aerodynamics in Space


by matinking
Tags: aerodynamics, space
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Feb21-12, 07:43 AM
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Hi everyone!

I am a designer of the autonomous planetary rovers and space robots and want to study about aerodynamics of the usual gas particles floating in the space which could effective on robots, spacecrafts, satellites, ...
would you mind showing me a reference which let me know about them? I need one which is analyzed accurately and mathematically

thank you!!!
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