Freier Fall

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◦ Eine Mondfähre im Freien Fall Richtung Mondoberfläche: im freien Fall wird die Fähre in jeder Sekunde um 1,62 m/s schneller: nach einer Minute Fall hätte sie eine Fallgeschwindigkeit von etwa 97 m/s oder rund 360 km/h. In der Realität wurde der freie Fall nach einiger Zeit durch Bremsraketen beendet.
◦ Die Aufnahme entstand vom Lunar Orbiter Yankee Clipper aus einer Höhe von 101 bis 122 km.
◦ Nov. 19, 1969, Apollo 12 Lunar Module Intrepid: The Apollo 12 Lunar Module (LM), in a lunar landing configuration, is photographed in lunar orbit from the Command and Service Modules (CSM) on Nov. 19, 1969. The coordinates of the center of the lunar surface shown in picture are 4.5 degrees west longitude and 7 degrees south latitude. Aboard the LM were astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., commander; and Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot. Astronaut Richard R. Gordon Jr., command module pilot, remained with the CSM in lunar orbit while Conrad and Bean descended in the LM to explore the surface of the moon.


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◦ Created: November 19th, 1969
◦ Author: Richard R. Gordon Jr.


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