What's the Significance of the Numbers 19.5 and 33 ?

19.5 is the Earth's Heilm Co-axis for targeting approach in Orbital Mechanics

33 is the co-Æ for orbital nodal absolvement for translunar flight from Earth

19.5 is the radial axiom control Æ< for the orbiter's planned AOA (Abort once

33 is the nodal femto F¡ for applied motion at KSC static launch site (the
space craft is already going 1020 miles per hour toward the east as it sits
there because of Earth's spin--Called, TPMD=The Applied Motion Dynamic)(tried
to explain this to oberg and others like 'Dr' Sauder---got nowhere)

19.5 is the general degree placement of retainer bolt inspection holes on the
shuttle's SRBs because circumferentially this is the spacing best suited for
pre-stressed aluminum--the metal used in the SRB casings.

33 outlets on the huge harmonic dampening flood gates in the flame chutes
under both 39A, and 39B launch pads. Why?--because that is the number of
outlet connections on the trunk valve as supplied by Noriden Lawn Sprinkler
Systems to NASA.

19.5 is the fempto-Sine-LAR control number for slow-axis ascension for an
approaching spacecraft to an orbiting on-axis body.

33 is the number for the coefficient for achieving trans- martian orbital
decay when a space craft fails to achieve orbital insertion at a prescribed
time and must then be changed to ATV (Abort to Vector)

19.5 is the mean Æ product if you take the Earth's weight of 855 Octillion
tons and divide by the number of the measurement in feet of one side of the
largest pyramid in Egypt.

33 degrees is the mean orbital axis displacement of the moon in Earth's Asides
defined departure angle.

19.5 cubic inches is the displacement of salt ice when heated to 33 degrees K
@ mean sea level per 33 seconds of applied heat.

33 is the escape Sine>Æ for the shuttle's failure threshold when in ATO (Abort
to Orbit) mode after two main motors fail at exactly 3:33 seconds after

19.5 degrees is the apparent deflection angle for any spacecraft that finds
itself in this approach mode on coming in for orbital insertion to the moon.

33 is the numeric control number in CALC wave stress mechanics for Shuttle
main engine nozzle burn through

19.5 and 33 are the fault tree numbers for anything that exceeds, in airframe
parlance, build-to-fail-at tolerances of 1.5 or greater.

33 degrees is the placement angle offset from the orbiter's longitudinal.
axis of the three main engines.

19.5 is the displacement angel of the top cone sheet of the shuttle's OMS pods

33 degrees is the max. approach angle for decent of the orbiter on
reentry--beyond this--it burns up

19.5 degrees is the slope angle of the L and R--RCS motor pods on the
shuttle's rear

33 degrees is the slope of the shuttle's windshield

19.5 is the applied departure angel for spanning any pre stressed concrete
beam over 33 feet in length with a cross section of 19.5 percent that of its

33 degrees is the cross tilt vector for nozzling the SRB exhaust nozzle motors

19.5 degrees is the span of radial arc for ALL the RCS motors on the shuttle

33 degrees of stress from any angle off of 90 or 180 degrees is failure level
for all airframes

19.5 is the failure number control factor for SRB motor vector pressure at the
time of motor ignition.

33 mph is the speed of the shuttle after it has risen 19.5 feet off the launch
pad in vertical motion. (boy, we sure planned that one!)

19.5 is the max. angle of the movement on the aft stabilizers on the shuttle

33 is nearly 1/3 of a nautical second of arc

19.5 is the Planck number of nanoseconds when iron was produced after the big