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No need to worry about laminar separation or velocity differentials.
Because they don't adversely affect my conclusions.
I was going on 1.5kg and adjusted the weight to mars equivalents on earth.
originally posted by: Dfairlite
a reply to: LookingAtMars
Yes. That will be quite a task. As phage pointed out, actually maneuvering the thing is going to drop your thrust considerably and with a thrust to weight ratio of 1.02:1 there's not room for that.
Of course, they've optimized this and considered other factors that I haven't. So maybe they got an extra 10 or 20% out of it. They're the rocket scientists, not me. I'm just a random curious person on the internet.