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Blog posts: Environment

Voyager Update: Maps and Maneuvers

It has been a very busy few months for the Project Voyager team. But the fruits of labor are finally starting to pay off. As of our weekly work session yesterday, we have officially succeed at creating orbital insertions within an accuracy of ...

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Shields for Icarus Part1: The Impact Hazard

Space is really, really BIG and immense speeds are necessary for space vehicles to cross the gulfs between the stars within a reasonable time-frame. At such high speeds (in the case of “Icarus” somewhere between 30,000 to 60,000 km/s) a collision with a ...

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Naturally Occurring Hazards to High-Speed Interstellar Spacecraft

Ancient cartographers creating charts of distant seas might have felt the need to embellish them with fanciful hazards but Team Icarus has no need to create dragons.  The real interstellar environment is not quite the empty void of popular imagination, its parameters are ...

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