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In astronautics, a powered flyby, or Oberth maneuver, is a maneuver in which a rocket falls into a gravitational well, and then accelerates when its fall reaches ...

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The Oberth Effect and delta vee savings. Flash graphics aren't very portable. If anyone wishes to download this memory device as a jpeg ...

Oberth Effect? : KerbalAcademy - reddit.com

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Can someone explain the mechanics and limitations of the Oberth effect as it relates to KSP vs real life?

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could you explain to me what exactly happens in oberth effect, & why it happens? (graphic illustration may very help) i tried to read about it on wikipedia but i ...

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The Oberth Effect - Doug Turnbull

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Oberth Effect. The Oberth effect was named for the 20 th century German scientist Hermann Oberth, who first proposed the idea in the 1920s with a series of ...

Exploiting The Oberth Effect (again) in Kerbal Space ...

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The Oberth effect shows that the energy gained by a rocket is higher when it's thrusting at higher speed, this can be exploited to reduce the fuel ...

Oberth effect? | Yahoo Answers

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Best Answer: The Oberth effect has to do with the speed of a vehicle as it passes a gravitational body. For example, suppose you have a vehicle that is ...

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In astronautics, a powered flyby, or Oberth maneuver, describes a maneuver in which a rocket falls into a gravitational well, and then accelerates when its fall ...