Conquering the fast and the furious: Physics of atmospheric re-entry

Illustration of the Crew Dragon capsule advancing towards the International Space Station
The Crew Dragon capsule advancing towards the ISS. Illustration by SpaceX-Imagery from Pixabay
Deep Bandivadekar

Deep Bandivadekar

Deep Bandivadekar is doctoral student in the Aerospace Centre of Excellence at the University of Strathclyde. Space exploration, emerging technologies, and numerical techniques are his favourite areas, however, he has interests in everything science. He writes his own blog ( on the theme of “Science Travel”. He is an aspiring Science Communicator.

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4 Responses

  1. Girish Khopkar says:

    Very Interesting info. As per the paper the technic seems to be sound. Time will give the results.
    Well done Deep

  2. Bill Fold says:

    “7-8,000 kilometres per second” is incorrect by a factor of 1000.

  3. Prabodh Horambe says:

    Very informative. It’s always interesting to read something about human space relationship.

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