After going to Wikipedia and other Google Searches I was doing to learn something about planets atmosphere (starting on Earth's one) I come to the thought if Orbiter correspond the same knowledge I have, because Atmosphere on Europe is not the same at U.S.A for example or Chile or wherever it is so people should make medium numbers about air's chemistry, Atmospheric structure, ect.... but usually they make round numbers. So I made definitions of "right" numbers and I will make several experiments to know Orbiter's numbers.
-If you think some numbers are not right make a comment please.
-If you want to help me with some experiments send me an E-mail please.
-This will not cover topics which Orbiter don't simulate like air chemistry.
Experiment #1-Reentry Line Finished
Where does air is thick enough to create plasma on body's hull which are in a reentry trajectory?
This Line is at: usually 120km finishing the plasma effect at 10km for most meteors.
Orbiter Starts Reentry Flames at: This effect depends greatly on the craft's shape and mass so impossible to test in real life with most of spacecraft.
How: this experiment uses the theory that OrbiterSound (by DanSteph) music (outside cockpit view and when at default configuration) starts when the vessel at focus has reached space, so I found out that the values are somewhat different from try to try ranging from 78 to 101, but most tries hit the 80's.
--Remaining numbers and experiments will be post soon.--
http://www.snoopie.at/face/omp/ -For those who are interested in a multiplayer Orbiter. Note: there are more atempts to make a multiplayer version of orbiter beyond this project, some (if not all) are found at Orbit Hangar Mods-