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  • Let's see - we're going to spend $Billions to make Ares 1 (Old Wheezy) flight ready, with its problems of roll (single-engine issue - the exhaust stream turns into a vortex, which induces an opposite direction roll on the longitudinal axis), high-g vibration that has to be countered with active dampers, and solid-fuel shutoff problems.

    A Shift in Policy? Moon Base Axed? - NASA Watch

  • Note the dry-sump lubrication system an oiling circuit that prevents the engine from being starved of lubrication in high-g cornering.

    Deciding the Case of Panamera v. Porsche Purists

  • Reynolds, groggy from the high-g pullout, had not seen the bomb strike.


  • He blacked out in the high-g pullout, recovering level flight so low that he felt the explosion of his bomb on the stern.


  • He winds up in a tight descending high-g spiral into the ground, correcting all the way down.

    "Journalists are still hot in Hollywood."

  • A near miss would be marked by a high-g climb or turn, or zero-g dive, not slowing.

    Watching the Super Tuesday results.

  • The surgery alone had bankrupted him: backup high-g hearts, neural taps, remapped cortex, and two years of training his mind in simulators.

    Crystal Rain

  • Working out high-g trajectories in his head, Derek decided that _Eclipse_ could cut the distance considerably, but still would not catch up until they were long past the leading Trojan point.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Buried in the rock is a high-g tug, the _Atlas, _ originally used to tow ice comets for terraforming, but hidden here ever since.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • But no gee-whiz technology could eliminate the effects of high-g turns, mission fatigue, and what planners referred to as the fog of war.

    Cyclops One


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