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Deutsch: Cluster / Español: Grupo / Português: Aglomerado / Français: Grappe / Italiano: Gruppo /

A cluster refers to a group or arrangement of objects or systems that are connected or related in some way. Clusters may be used in a variety of aerospace applications, depending on the specific needs and requirements of the system or mission.

There are many different types of clusters that may be used in the aerospace industry, each with its own specific characteristics and capabilities. Some common types of clusters include:

  1. Rocket clusters: A rocket cluster refers to a group of rocket engines or other propulsion systems that are arranged together and used to power an aerospace vehicle. Rocket clusters may be used to provide additional thrust or lift for a given mission, or to enable the operation of an aerospace vehicle in different environments or conditions.

  2. Cluster missions: A cluster mission refers to a space exploration or scientific mission that involves the use of multiple spacecraft or other aerospace systems that are coordinated or connected in some way. Cluster missions may be used to study a particular scientific phenomenon or to explore a specific region of space.

  3. Clustered systems: Clustered systems refer to groups of aerospace systems or components that are connected or coordinated in some way in order to achieve a specific objective. Clustered systems may be used to provide additional capabilities or to enable the operation of an aerospace system in different environments or conditions.

  4. Cluster networks: A cluster network refers to a group of interconnected aerospace systems or components that are used to exchange data or other information. Cluster networks may be used to support a variety of aerospace applications, such as communication, navigation, or data collection.

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