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Title: Spacecraft launching technique and systems
Authors: Ilcev, Stojce Dimov 
Keywords: GEO;Satellite Launcher;Hohmann Transfer Ellipse;Satellite Orbit;Launching Vehicles
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Source: Ilcev. S.D. 2016. Spacecraft launching technique and systems. International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, and Optimization Techniques (ICEEOT) - 2016. 4514-4517.
Journal: South African journal of sports medicine (Online) 
In this paper is presented the spacecraft launching technique and different rocket systems. The launch of the satellite and controlling support services are a very critical point in the creation of space-based communication technology and the most expensive phase of the total system cost. At the same time, the need to make a satellite body capable of surviving the stresses of the launch stages is a major element in their design phase. Satellites are also designed to be compatible with more then one model of launch vehicle and launching type. In a more determined sense, the multi-stage expendable and manned or unmanned reusable launchers are described. Owing to location and type of site here are discussed land-based and sea-based launch systems. The new sea launch multinational system was developed more than ten years ago to overcome the cost of land-based launch infrastructure duplication around the world. Additional rocket motors during launching procedure, such as perigee and apogee kick propulsion systems, may also be required.
ISSN: 978-1-4673-9939-5 (e)
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