Translation of orbital in Spanish:


orbital, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɔrbədl//ˈɔːbɪt(ə)l/


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    (path/velocity/motion) orbital
    • Another problem with comets is that, unlike their asteroid cousins, their orbital parameters are often poorly known and therefore difficult to project into the future to see if they pose any threat.
    • Currently, orbital spaceflight is available to those who are willing to pay the price.
    • After his orbital flight, Gagarin made many public appearances and in 1966 began training for a Soyuz flight.
    • Hubble and other orbital observatories may join in too.
    • If the orbital velocity is increased, the orbit moves outward from the Sun; if the velocity is decreased, the orbit moves inward toward the Sun.
    • A list of all the phases of flight that a reusable orbital launcher must successfully transit is truly daunting.
    • This creates increased atmospheric drag on spacecraft in low orbits, shortening their orbital lifetime.
    • With its emphasis on accurate space flight simulation and orbital mechanics, Orbiter is not all things to all space and astronomy enthusiasts.
    • Instead, Virgin is looking at the possibility of orbital spaceflight.
    • Kepler's third law of planetary motion says that the square of the planet's orbital period is proportional to the cube of its semimajor axis.
    • Unlike the Soyuz, the orbital module was equipped with its own propulsion, solar power, and control systems, allowing autonomous flight.
    • Its slightly elongated orbit takes it around the star in about 13 years, comparable to Jupiter's orbital period of 11.86 years.
    • It was quickly realized that a previously known anomaly in the orbital motion of Mercury was explicable with the relativistic theory.
    • Planetary mass, size, and orbital dynamics are the properties that make up this second proposed definition.
    • In fact, all the planets orbit the sun close to such a fixed orbital plane.
    • This nearly polar orbit is designed such that the spacecraft's orbital path moves at the same apparent rate as the Sun.
    • Many asteroids are members of groups with very similar orbital shapes, tilts, and solar distances.
    • Objects in orbit change orbital paths fairly often.
    • If there is sufficient interest, I will then examine the effects of orbital flight and orbital operations.
    • Suborbital and orbital transportation, however, do not require any property rights.