月のXNUMX番目の男であるバズオルドリンは、「火星サイクリング」と呼ばれる軌道技術を独力で計算しました。これにより、宇宙船はXNUMX回の初期ブーストで地球と火星の間を永続的に移動できます。 乗組員は二次宇宙船を経由して搭乗して戻り、燃料を節約しました。

火星サイクラー

バズ・オルドリン、アルドリンサイクラーの発見者

火星サイクラー(または地球-火星サイクラー)は、地球と火星に定期的に遭遇する一種の宇宙船の軌道です。 火星サイクラーという用語は、火星サイクラー軌道上の宇宙船を指す場合もあります。 アルドリンサイクラーは火星サイクラーの一例です。

サイクラーは、最小限の推進剤を使用して人や物をそれらの物体間で輸送するのに役立つ可能性があり(ほとんどの軌道変更は重力アシストフライバイに依存しています)、宇宙線や太陽嵐から輸送中の人を保護するために重い放射線遮蔽を運ぶことができます。

地球-火星サイクラー

サイクラーは、XNUMXつ以上の物体に定期的に遭遇する軌道です。 軌道が確立されると、往復するための推進力は必要ありません… 続きを読む(7分間読む)

13 thoughts on “Buzz Aldrin, the second man on the moon, singlehandedly calculated an orbital technique called “Mars Cycling” which would allow for spacecraft to perpetually travel between Earth and Mars with only a single initial boost. Crew would board and return via a secondary spacecraft, saving fuel.”

  1. Baulderdash77

    The Aldrin Cycle mothership spacecraft is still seen as the most efficient way to transport material to and from Mars. It’s quite an innovative concept.

    It would also work between Earth and the Moon

  2. nowhereman136

    Apparently Aldrin had a reputation around NASA and other astronauts for being cocky. But he also had a reputation for being able to back up his attitude with his skills

  3. chrisberman410

    それはどれくらいかかりますか?

  4. HoboGir

    He played Kerbal Space Program and travelled back to the past to tell himself how to do it.

  5. not_that_observant

    I met Buzz Aldrin 30 years ago. I think it was at the national air and space museum in DC. I remember looking at his name tag and saying, “pffft, your name isn’t really Buzz.” He said “Yeah it is,” or something to that effect. I walked away thinking he was an idiot.

    Years later I remembered the event, and realized it was I, in fact, who was the idiot.

  6. CandleShitter

    Give a guy credit when due, but Buzz only theorized it was possible from how it reads. Previous work was done 15 years earlier by someone else laying groundwork for this theory with Venus. Then according to this link he didn’t proof it, Jet Propulsion Laboratories did. I think what Buzz really did was use his status to give credibility to the idea, equally important though. The science community kind of infuriates me because as much as they are open to discovery, any ideas that are too “extreme” are laughed at. They (general term for scientists) love to criticize other scientists on more fringe topics… I experience it pretty regularly on a smaller scale. They won’t believe you til you prove it, but you can’t prove it because nobody believes you (to get funding or support ).

  7. katchaa

    Avenue 5 has taught me that they could also change course by expelling all the poo.

  8. Lunarcy54

    Someone’s been watching Scott Manley recently…

  9. blorpblorpbloop

    I too invented “mars cycling” but it involves me biking to lose weight but then consuming mars bars and perpetually staying at the same weight.

  10. king-schultz

    It’s actually called the Rich Purnell maneuver.

  11. OG_Squeekz

    I love how every article has to clarify, “Buzz was the SECOND man on the moon.” Not to he confused with that total Chad Armstrong who strong armed that beta buzz out the way to be the FIRST man in the moon.

  12. RX3000

    He was nicknamed “Dr. Rendevouz” for a reason. His doctorate is in orbital mechanics. He wasnt just a pretty face, he was a smart guy at NASA…..

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