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addition angles of attack average drag coefficients Ballute base-extension diameter canopy angles canopy inflation canopy motions canopy projected areas changes in geometric Comparison conical base extension conical configuration conical skirt cylindrical and conical cylindrical base extension cylindrical configuration deployment and inflation deployment spring plate DIAMETER OF 1.65 diameter of 12.19 disk-gap-band parachute models DRAG CHARACTERISTICS drag forces drag-coefficient values dynamic pressure equivalent drag coefficients Figure 17 flight tests fluctuations in canopy force measurements forebody gore increase in canopy inflation characteristics Langley Research Center large-scale flight results Load cell load-cell measurements longer suspension lines Mach number range Mach numbers 2.0 model tests NASA newtons per square number of 3.0 numbers from 2.0 o,eq oscillations oscillatory drag parachute canopy porosity of 12.5 prior to deployment projected-area ratios resultant angle sequence photographs Supersonic suspension-line length tensiometer measurements test Mach number test parachutes trailing distance universal joint variations in canopy