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Re-entry vehicle technology satellite
Category of spacecraft.



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ARTV American re-entry vehicle technology satellite. 3 launches, 1958.04.24 (ARTV 1) to 1958.07.23 (ARTV 3). Suborbital advanced reentry test vehicle.

Jupiter nose cone American re-entry vehicle technology satellite. Saturn 5. Launch vehicle test.

FIRE American re-entry vehicle technology satellite. 2 launches, 1964.04.14 (FIRE 1) and 1965.05.22 (FIRE 2). Suborbital re-entry test program that used a subscale model of the Apollo Command Module to verify the configuration at high reentry speed. Reentry Technology satellite built by Republic Aviation Corporation for NASA.

Boost Glide Re-entry Vehicle American re-entry vehicle technology satellite. The Boost Glide Re-entry Vehicle investigated related technological problems, particularly hypersonic maneuvering after re-entry into the atmosphere.

BremSat German re-entry vehicle technology satellite. Atomic oxygen, dust particle, microgravity, reentry experiments. Science, atmosphere satellite built by ZARM for DARA, ZARM, Germany. Launched 1994.

OREX Japanese re-entry vehicle technology satellite. NASDA ballistic capsule used to test materials and acquire data related to atmospheric re-entry for use in design of Japanese HOPE spaceplane. Launch vehicle H-2. Reentry technology satellite for NASDA, Japan.

Mirka German re-entry vehicle technology satellite. German miniature re-entry vehicle attached to exterior of Russian Resurs satellite. After release from Resurs landed in Kazakhstan Oct 23. Reentry Technology satellite built by Kayser-Threde, DASA for DARA, Germany. Launched 1997.

ARD French re-entry vehicle technology satellite. The ARD was an 80 percent scale model of the Apollo Command Module, and a technology test for a possible International Space Station Crew Rescue Vehicle. Reentry test satellite built by Aerospatiale for ESA, Europe. Launched 1998.

DASH 2002 Japanese re-entry vehicle technology satellite. DASH. DASH (Demonstrator of Atmospheric Reentry System and Hypervelocity) was a small secondary payload built by ISAS, the scientific space agency which was to merge with NASDA.

SRE Indian re-entry vehicle technology satellite. Indian experimental subscale Discoverer-type re-entry capsule. A test bed for a projected $ 3 billion Indian project to orbit a manned spacecraft by 2014.

Nose-Cone-Test American re-entry vehicle technology satellite. Suborbital.



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