On November 2, 2000, Rainier Anacker gave PSAS a lecture on what size a rocket would have to be to take a 10 kg payload to a 200km circular orbit.

## The Lecture

Click here to start his powerpoint presentation

## Table of Contents

- Build a small Rocket for L.E.O. (10 kg Payload)
- Find the Delta-V Requirement for L.E.O.
- Find the Delta-V Requirement for L.E.O.
- The Rocket Equation
- Use Specific Impulse instead of Exhaust Gas Velocity:
- Typical Propellant Specific Impulses
- Mass Ratio in terms of Weights
- Re-write the Mass Ratio in terms of Weights
- The Rocket Equation In a Form suitable for practical calculations
- Our Task as Designers
- Mass Fractions
- Typhical Propellant Mass Fractions:
- Find a more systematic Solution
- Single Stage to Orbit (SSTO) Vehicles
- Design a Two-Stage Vehicle
- Two State to Orbit (TSTO) vehicles
- Problems with arbitrary value of GLOW

## Presentation Source

Here is Rainier's lecture in powerpoint, however it seems to not be a valid powerpoint file?