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Post #961by toutatis » 21.01.2019, 18:34

Update for Toutatis-5 add-on...

There also a lot of Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania, Oberon flybys... Enjoy...
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Post #962by toutatis » 21.01.2019, 18:35

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Post #963by toutatis » 21.01.2019, 18:39

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Post #964by toutatis » 22.01.2019, 01:51

Update for Toutatis-3....
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Post #965by toutatis » 22.01.2019, 01:58

Toutatis-6... Mission to the Neptune system during this week...

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Post #966by toutatis » 22.01.2019, 02:19

These "Toutatis Program" add-ons are completed...

Toutatis-3... mission to the Jupiter system...
Toutatis-4... mission to the Saturn system...
Toutatis-5... mission to the Uranus system...

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Post #967by Croc » 23.01.2019, 16:26

To be continued...

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Post #968by cag247 » 24.01.2019, 01:37

[quote="Limax7"]Hi, I'm looking the Osiris-REx spacecraft model. Can anybody help me?


OSIRIS-REx Arrival to Bennu (3-18 Dec 2018)

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That is a beautiful rendering.

I am trying to create a simple show using Bennu, but any time the asteroid needs to be rendered in the field of view, from any distance, even with time paused, Celestia (Mac v1.6.1 under OS 10.10) becomes unusably sluggish. I suspect I may have a model of Bennu that is too complex.

May I ask, what model of Bennu did you use for your movie?

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Post #969by toutatis » 26.01.2019, 01:05

In the mission to the Neptune system Toutatis-6 will use a Jupiter’s gravitational assist...

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Due to the high speed of entry into the system of the planet Neptune (above than 16 km per second), most of the fuel will be consumed for the braking impulse for entering into orbit around this planet and it may be impossible to enter into orbit around Triton due to the lack of sufficient fuel ... But will be possible to make several close flybys near this moon of Neptune... and I still working to solve this task to the fullest...
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Post #970by toutatis » 27.01.2019, 00:44

Because the orbital data for the moons of Neptune in Celestia is too old (data for 1989), for more accuracy flyby in the Neptune system you need: If you use Celestia Origin, replace the file solarsys.ssc... which in "data" folder... Celestia/data/solarsys.ssc..... or just correct the orbital elements for the moons Triton and Proteus there...
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Post #971by toutatis » 27.01.2019, 01:19

Toutatis-6... the mission to the Neptune system... To be continued (because there is still a bit propellant)... I still have not decided how to finish this mission... I think it possible to enter into orbit around Triton because Toutatis-6 got a retrograd orbit like Triton and it can be made with relatively small approach velocity... but it have no second chance... or it will finish the mission in Neptune atmosphere but before will make several spans between the Neptune and its rings...
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Post #972by SpaceFanatic64 » 27.01.2019, 01:50

Maybe have it make a few close flybys of Larissa and then end the mission by burning in the atmosphere.
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Post #973by toutatis » 27.01.2019, 02:28

Maybe have it make a few close flybys of Larissa and then end the mission by burning in the atmosphere.

Ok, SpaceFanatic64... I will see if it possible... :smile:

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Post #974by SpaceFanatic64 » 27.01.2019, 02:41

Ok, good. It's nice to know that know you have the power to fill in gaps in spacecraft trajectories where data is lacking or unavailable. :smile:
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Post #975by toutatis » 27.01.2019, 03:11

Ok, good. It's nice to know that know you have the power to fill in gaps in spacecraft trajectories where data is lacking or unavailable. :smile:

I learn fast... :smile:

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Post #976by toutatis » 28.01.2019, 01:10

This mission to the Neptune system is completed... and during this week I will try to prepare Toutatis -7 is the journey to the dwarf planet Eris...
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Post #977by SpaceFanatic64 » 28.01.2019, 03:21

You know, I think one of the missions should be an orbiter around Pluto.
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Post #978by toutatis » 28.01.2019, 22:58

You know, I think one of the missions should be an orbiter around Pluto.

Yes, of course... Next T-8...

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Post #979by SpaceFanatic64 » 29.01.2019, 03:41

How many Toutatis series spacecraft will there be?
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Post #980by toutatis » 30.01.2019, 01:24

How many Toutatis series spacecraft will there be?

Ok... two more missions to outer dwarf planets in the Kuiper Belt ...these 2 mission will continue to use radioisotope thermoelectric energy source...

Toutatis-7: Earth - Jupiter (gravity assist) - Eris...
Toutatis-8: Earth - Pluto....

also missions to Mars (Toutatis-9)... to Toutatis (Toutatis-10)... to Venus (Toutatis-11)... and to Mercury (Toutatis-12)... they will use solar panels... that is all...

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