reentry

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reentry

n. taking back possession and going into real property which one owns, particularly when a tenant has failed to pay rent or has abandoned the property, or possession has been restored to the owner by judgment in an unlawful detainer lawsuit. Reentry may also be allowed when a buyer defaults on payments on a contract of sale or foreclosure of a mortgage or deed of trust which secured a loan on the property. The right of reentry is usually written into leases and sometimes in mortgages. (See: landlord and tenant)

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Developed by the European Space Agency, the IXV marks the latest step by Europe in the development of atmospheric reentry technologies, a key to manned flights.
The IXV project is designed to develop an autonomous atmospheric reentry system for Europe, and also validate the enabling technologies needed to meet his challenge.
Pushing the satellite into transfer orbit for atmospheric reentry or physical capture (destruction/denial/degradation/disruption).
It was designed to take photographs from orbit and then eject film canisters that could withstand atmospheric reentry and literally parachute down to American recovery teams.
from the National Space Development Agency of Japan's (NASDA) Tanegashima Space Center and successfully put a Mission Demonstration Satellite-1 (MDS-1) into orbit, but it failed to release a second device called the Demonstrator of Atmospheric Reentry System with Hyper Velocity (DASH).

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