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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 About Orbiter
1.2 About this manual
1.3 Orbiter on the web
1.4 Finding more help
1.5 Getting started
2 What is new in Orbiter 2010?
3 Installation
3.1 Hardware requirements
3.2 Download
3.3 Installation
3.4 Uninstall
4 Before you start: The Launchpad
4.1 Scenarios tab
4.2 Parameters tab
4.3 Visual effects tab
4.4 Modules tab
4.5 Video tab
4.6 Joystick tab
4.7 Extra tab
4.8 About Orbiter tab
5 Quickstart
6 The help system
7 Keyboard interface
7.1 General
7.2 Spacecraft controls
7.3 External camera views
7.4 Internal (cockpit) view
7.5 MFD control
7.6 Menu selections
8 Joystick interface
9 Mouse interface
10 Spacecraft classes
10.1 Delta-glider
10.2 Shuttle-A
10.3 Shuttle PB (PTV)
10.4 Dragonfly
10.5 Space Shuttle Atlantis
10.6 International Space Station (ISS)
10.7 Space Station MIR
10.8 Lunar Wheel Station
10.9 Hubble Space Telescope
10.10 LDEF Satellite
11 Object information
11.1 Vessel information
11.2 Spaceport information
11.3 Celestial body information
12 Camera modes
12.1 Internal view
12.2 External views
12.3 Selecting the field of view
12.4 Storing and recalling camera modes
13 Generic cockpit view
13.1 General information display
13.2 Camera target/mode display
13.3 Engine information display
13.4 Navigation mode indicators/controls
13.5 Surface HUD mode
13.6 Orbit HUD mode
13.7 Docking HUD mode
14 Multifunctional display modes
14.1 COM/NAV receiver setup
14.2 Orbit
14.4 Horizontal Situation Indicator
14.5 Docking
14.6 Surface
14.7 Map
14.8 Align orbital plane
14.9 Synchronise orbit
14.10 RCS Attitude
14.11 Transfer
14.12 Ascent profile (custom MFD mode)
15 Spacecraft controls
15.1 Main, retro and hover engines
15.2 Attitude thrusters
16 Radio navigation aids
17 Basic flight manoeuvres
17.1 Surface flight
17.2 Launching into orbit
17.3 Changing the orbit
17.4 Rotating the orbital plane
17.5 Synchronising orbits
17.6 Landing (runway approach)
17.7 Docking
18 Flight recorder
18.1 Playback event editor
19 Script interface
19.1 Console window
19.2 Terminal MFD
19.3 Run a script with a scenario
19.4 Call a command or script via the API
20 Extra functionality
20.1 Scenario editor
20.2 External MFDs
20.3 Performance meter
20.4 Remote vessel control
20.5 Flight data monitor
21 Flight checklists
21.1 Mission 1: Delta-glider to ISS
21.2 Mission 2: ISS to Mir transfer
21.3 Mission 3: De-orbit from Mir
22 Visual helpers
22.1 Planetarium mode
22.2 Force vectors
22.3 Coordinate axes
23 Demo mode
Appendix A MFD quick reference
B.6 Atmospheric parameters
Appendix C Calculation of orbital elements
C.1 Calculating elements from state vectors
Appendix D Terms of Use
D.1 Orbiter Freeware License
D.2 Disclaimer of warranty
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Published by: Clayton Brandão Do Nascimento on Nov 10, 2011
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