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SimpleAscentPropagator Properties

The SimpleAscentPropagator type exposes the following members.

Public propertyAscentType
Gets or sets the interpolation type for the ascent. Use the quartic type when specifying an initial acceleration.
Public propertyBurnoutEpoch
Gets or sets the time of burnout, at which the launch vehicle will be at BurnoutPosition.
Public propertyBurnoutPosition
Gets or sets the location of burnout.
Public propertyBurnoutVelocityAzimuth
Gets or sets the burnout velocity's azimuth. This defaults to zero.
Public propertyBurnoutVelocityFightPathAngle
Gets or sets the burnout velocity's flight path angle. This defaults to zero.
Public propertyBurnoutVelocityFrame
Gets or sets which reference frame the burnout velocity is specified in.
Public propertyBurnoutVelocityMagnitude
Gets or sets the burnout velocity magnitude in the reference frame of the CentralBody as indicated by the property BurnoutVelocityFrame. This defaults to zero m/s.
Public propertyCentralBody
Gets or sets the central body to be used for the launch segment.
Public propertyInitialAcceleration
Gets or sets the initial acceleration at launch. The AscentType type must be set to quartic to use. This defaults to zero m/s^2.
Public propertyInterpolator
Gets or sets the interpolator used to get values between the analytical points. This defaults to LagrangePolynomialApproximation and order 7. It is recommended that this property be left as the default.
Public propertyIsFrozen
Gets a value indicating whether this object is frozen. A frozen object cannot be modified and an ObjectFrozenException will be thrown if an attempt is made to do so.
(Inherited from DefinitionalObject.)
Public propertyLaunchEpoch
Gets or sets the epoch at which launch occurs.
Public propertyLaunchPosition
Gets or sets the position on/near the CentralBody where the launch takes place.
Public propertyNumberOfSamplePoints
Gets or sets the number of points to be sampled on the interpolation spline.
Public propertyOrder
Gets or sets the order of the motion produced by the propagator. This may be up to jerk (order 3).
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