Re: Shuttle attitude MET day 3

From: ccarrington.cs@clearstream.com
Date: Fri Feb 07 2003 - 08:43:05 EST

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    Hi All
    
    I suspect that the underside of the shuttle, being the part that dissipates
    most of the heat upon re-entry, is also the best for dissipating heat
    radiated by the sun when the shuttle is in sunlight. Most the time the rest
    of the shuttle would be protected from direct heating by the earth. This
    would mean that the best place to put the radiators would be in the cargo
    bay as Robert said they are.
    
    Regards
    
    Chris
    
    
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