Suborbital Pilot Ground School Part I
A "must" for those aspiring to become a suborbital pilot. This instructional program features David LeFrancois who is the author of "The Suborbital Pilot's Ground School Manual". David provides the viewer with an overview of the suborbital space environment.
- Divisions of the Atmosphere
- The Boundary to Space
- Space Weather
As pilots, crews, and passengers approach space or descend homeward they will be travelling through Earth's atmosphere. To better understand this journey, each of the major thermal divisions of the atmosphere are described.
Key altitude milestones from the ground up to the Karman line are identified along with the corresponding impact to the human body and to spacecraft systems.
This ground school course familiarizes the student with space weather and how it can impact the performance and safety of a spacecraft and its crew.
Enjoy the learning process as you work towards becoming a space pilot.
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