Are unpiloted space crafts any faster or slower than ones that have to be piloted?

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  • Are unpiloted space crafts any faster or slower than ones that have to be piloted?


Answer #1 | 06/01 2017 05:22
There is less concern with speed or more importantly changes in velocity over time with spacecraft without humans aboard. Humans can survive only in a narrow band of G's, such as when slowing down or speeding up.
Positive: 65 %
Answer #2 | 06/01 2017 02:09
Context? They can go faster. But they don't have to go faster. It depends upon what they are intended to do. What job or function do they fill? If you need to conserve energy, then slower is the way to go. One airplane used for photography was slow and very very high. It broke records and used the sun to recharge. It stayed up doing its job for several weeks. It took several days just to go up to working altitude and then to come down. A pilot would have never survived the trip.
Positive: 57.692307692308 %
Answer #3 | 06/01 2017 03:38
I'd say slower. The Area 51 space-crafts case purported to have found the craft was part of its pilots. Apparently like a man/machine Singularity; maybe powered by thought or kinetic energy. In other unexplained cases (eg the offshore Nova Scotia cases), they fly in a different spacetime than we understand. The unpiloted spacecraft recoveries seem to be mostly prototype government aircraft.
Positive: 53.571428571429 %
Answer #4 | 07/01 2017 00:56
Faster, because they are generally much small and much lighter not requiring life support.
Positive: 54.166666666667 %
Answer #5 | 06/01 2017 02:02
Positive: 52 %
Answer #6 | 06/01 2017 03:38
Launch speeds can be higher with unmanned craft. Flight speeds are sort of irrelevant with the given context.
Positive: 54.545454545455 %
Answer #7 | 06/01 2017 17:27
NO. Why would the be?
Positive: 55 %
Answer #8 | 06/01 2017 02:02
no, but 'time' becomes less of a factor if you dont have a pilot ...
Positive: 50 %
Answer #9 | 06/01 2017 02:28
Well... the *fastest* craft so far have been unmanned - those heading out of the solar system, and those in close solar orbit. The guys making the trip to the moon went faster than satellites - 25,000 mph as opposed to 17,500 mph or less....
Positive: 47.619047619048 %
Answer #10 | 06/01 2017 21:15
Un Piloted, Drones Yes, They Carry The Soul In A Sphere While The Body Is In A Lucid Coma, Flesh Is A Problem, But The Soul Pure Energy Can Survive A Space Shuttle. But Jumping Saves Energy Time And Is Quicker, Speed Is Meaningless, Distance Is Conquered. But Space Science Is Only At The Saucer Stage, Giggle Giggle, And The UFO Satellite Orbiting Earth, Is Unmanned Remote Controlled. Its Coverup Name Is Black Knight Named After A Later Launching Satellite The British So Called Launch, But Its Slower Than The UFO Orbiting. Peter Gore Seer.
Positive: 36.666666666667 %

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