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Missile Systems and Rockets

08/26/2016 5:41 AM

Hi guys. I'm looking some sources about missile systems(especially ballistic) and rockets. How they are working? What's the working prenciple? Can you recommend any books or argument about that? Especially Russian sources 'cuz I think they are the best in the world in this area

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08/26/2016 6:12 AM

See Newton's Third Law. Or blow up a balloon and let it go without tying it.

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08/26/2016 3:45 PM

Oh brosky! What a joke ha?

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08/26/2016 10:29 AM

"Especially Russian sources 'cuz I think they are the best in the world in this area"

What, pray tell, makes you think this?

National pride is commendable, but national bias can lead to a rather myopic point of view.

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08/26/2016 3:46 PM

cuz they are best. It's my opinion bro, you don't have to agree with me. Just respect

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08/26/2016 6:14 PM

Your first request for the forum to do your research for you was fulfilled.

Now, you come back with another request for us to do more research for you.

Do your own searching!

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08/27/2016 9:26 PM

'... Just respect. ...'

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Imperative form often is indicative of a command. What exactly are you suggesting should be afforded 'respect'?

I suspect the respect is likely intended for either your statement/opinion or for yourself. Respect should mean something more than that. It isn't something that should ever be given merely for the asking. As such, acts like groveling or commanding betray failure to grasp what true respect is. Respect must be earned to be genuine/valuable.

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08/26/2016 10:42 AM

Just use a search engine.

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08/26/2016 1:44 PM

Simple: If you could throw a rock at near the escape velocity from earth, say with just enough velocity (what a throw that would be) to not quite go into orbit, that rock would follow a ballistic trajectory. In fact, every projectile (after acceleration is over) follows a strict ballistic trajectory (when atmospheric drag is corrected for this is even more accurate).

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08/26/2016 3:57 PM

You vill please to join us at Peaceful Valley hideout with moose and squirrel secret rocket plans and fearless leader will reward....

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08/26/2016 4:08 PM

ROFLMFAO!

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08/26/2016 4:56 PM

Set the Wayback Machine . . .

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08/27/2016 5:44 AM

Ty

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08/28/2016 9:39 AM

https://youtu.be/cKKHSAE1gIs

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08/28/2016 3:41 PM

Have you tried your local library comrade?

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08/29/2016 10:02 AM

The entrance to the library is blocked by tons and tons of fish being stored in the permafrost freezer. No appliances needed.

If he tries to read a herring, all he gets is scale, scale, scale, eye, mouth, tail.

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