SPACE PATROL FLIGHT MULTI-CALCULATOR

This unit lets you have 4 concurrent operations of different types (+,-,x,/) NOTE: All flight distances are calculated in Distance Units aka DU at a rate of 30 miles to the DU. Therefore the following conversion table applies

CONVERSIONS
  1. Because the first manned missions to estraplanetary bodies were dominated by the US/A, traditional UPSS navigation units are in terms of Miles
    • nMiles=nkilomettres x .625
    • nMiles=nKilometres x 1.600
  2. Miles
    • nDU=nMiles/30
    • nMiles=nDU x 30
    UNIVERSAL UNITS
  3. Astronical Unit (Earth Mean Distance from the Sun)
    • nAU=nDU/3100000
    • nDU=nAU x 3100000
  4. nLightyear=n x 195954179106.12033DU
  5. nParsecs=n x 639202532244.1646000DU
    SPEED
  6. nDU per second=nMiles per seond/30
  7. nDU per minute=nMiles per minute/30
  8. nDU per hour=nMilse per hour/30
  9. nDU per day=nMiles per sidereal day/30
  10. nMikes (Michaelson)= n x 6200DU/sec
Estimated Time of Arrival Distance time speeds): ETA
  • two points on one planet (DU, minutes DU per): OP or destination local time HHMM e.g. 0938. 3630 etc
  • Cis-Plaetary=planet to furthest moon (DU mnutes DU per): CP
  • interplanetary (DU/AU hours/days DU per): IP
  • Interstellar (Lightyears,days/weeks/months Mikes): IST ETA=DISTANCE(with considerations for orbit)/[avg]SPEED(est)
  • ORBITAL CAULCULATORS To compute Flight paths for Estimated Time of Arrival
    Plus

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    Minus

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    ×(times)



    ÷(divide)

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