- n. Plural form of payload.
“Because transportation costs are so high, we cannot assemble or maintain payloads in orbit, for example.”
“With the production of hundreds to thousands of tons of oxygen and metals such as magnesium, which is the easiest to process, we can build solid fueled launchers to move heavy payloads from the surface to an Earth intersect trajectory.”
““VASIMR is not suitable to launch payloads from the surface of the Earth due to its low thrust to weight ratio and its need of a vacuum to operate” (Wiki)”
“I'm no fan of Ares-I, but given the difference in payloads, I'd say if things go as planned, NASA's efficiency compares favorably to Space-X ... of course that's a big * if*, but let's hope for the best.”
“The Viewpoint that should at least be seriously considered is how does the implementation of ISRU and ISFP (In Situ Food Production) change the game for lifting payloads from the Earth.”
“At this point, launching payloads from the Earth's surface is far cheaper.”
“Not being able to go to the moon or going with smaller payloads is not the option most would want.”
“The Detours package also contains utilities to attach arbitrary DLLs and data segments called payloads to any Win32 binary.”
“And while HTTP can transport arbitrary binary data - despite its name payloads are arbitrary octets - the dull web programmers have decided the string is the only datatype ever needed - because that's the only one they understand how to manipulate.”
“The answer begins with understanding the relationship between applications, services and data (aka "payloads"), and cloud services.”
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