NASA Scientific and Technical Reports and Publications for 1969 United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division 1970
A Selected Listing of NASA Scientific and Technical Reports United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division 1970
Apollo in Perspective Jonathan Allday 1999-01-01 Apollo in Perspective: Spaceflight Then and Now takes a retrospective look at the Apollo space program and the technology that was used to land a man on the Moon. Using simple illustrations and school-level mathematics, Jonathan Allday explains the basic physics and technology of spaceflight and conveys the huge technological strides that were made and the dedication of the people working on the program. Physics topics covered include the laws of motion, rocketry, how to maneuver in orbit, and more. Informal and engaging, the book also discusses the designs of the Apollo Command, Service and Lunar modules and how these changed as the plans for the manned mission evolved. Guidance systems, computers, and engines all had to be developed for the first time. With Apollo as background, the book proceeds to look at the space shuttle, the technology being developed for its replacement, the International Space Station, and the possibilities for a manned Mars mission. The book concludes with an exploration of the far future, including Mars colonies and journeys to other stars.
Adventures in Celestial Mechanics Victor G. Szebehely 2008-07-11 A fascinating introduction to the basic principles of orbital mechanics It has been three hundred years since Isaac Newton first formulated laws to explain the orbits of the Moon and the planets of our solar system. In so doing he laid the groundwork for modern science's understanding of the workings of the cosmos and helped pave the way to the age of space exploration. Adventures in Celestial Mechanics offers students an enjoyable way to become acquainted with the basic principles involved in the motions of natural and human-made bodies in space. Packed with examples in which these principles are applied to everything from a falling stone to the Sun, from space probes to galaxies, this updated and revised Second Edition is an ideal introduction to celestial mechanics for students of astronomy, physics, and aerospace engineering. Other features that helped make the first edition of this book the text of choice in colleges and universities across North America include: * Lively historical accounts of important discoveries in celestial mechanics and the men and women who made them * Superb illustrations, photographs, charts, and tables * Helpful chapter-end examples and problem sets
International Aerospace Abstracts 1995
Biomedical Results of Apollo Richard S. Johnston 1975
Proceedings 1969
Apollo Accident United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences 1967
A Volume of Technical Papers Presented at AIAA/IES/ASTM Space Simulation Conference, Houston, Texas, September 7-9, 1966 1966
Proceedings of the Annual Symposium Survival and Flight Equipment Association (U.S.) 1972
Control 1965
Second Symposium on Protection Against Radiations in Space Arthur Reetz (Jr) 1965
NASA Authorization for Fiscal Year 1970 United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences 1969
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering K. D. Timmerhaus 2013-12-20 1971 marked the first year since 1956 that the annual Cryogenic Engineering Conference was not held. Instead, the Cryogenic Engineering Conference gave its full support to the XIII International Congress of Refrigeration by working with Commissions I and II of the International Institute of Refrigeration to organize the cryogenic sessions for these two commissions. All of the papers presented at the International Congress of Refrigeration will be published by the IIR as part of the proceedings of that meeting. Even though no Cryogenic Engineering Conference was held in 1971, it became quite evident to the Conference Board that there were sufficient advances in cryogenic engineering to warrant the publication of Volume 17 of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering. Volume 17 presents the advances in this important field by bringing together in one volume some of the significant papers that have been presented at various technical meetings across the country during the latter half of 1970 and the first part of 1971. In addition, several authoritative review papers have been prepared by invitation of the Cryogenic Engineering Conference Board.
The Apollo Spacecraft Ivan D. Ertel 1969
NASA Authorization for Fiscal Year 1970, Hearings .... United States. Congress. Senate. Aeronautical and Space Sciences 1969
NASA Scientific and Technical Reports United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific and Technical Information Division 1970
Shuttles and Space Missions Giles Sparrow 2015-12-15 Shuttles and Space Missions examines topics on space exploration, from early orbital missions to the first astronauts on the moon. Detailed illustrations and clear charts help explain these complicated topics.
Liquid Rocket Metal Tanks and Tank Components W. A. Wagner 1974
Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications 1976
91-1, April 28-30, 1969. 1969. viii, pp. 1-450 United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences 1969
The Shock and Vibration Bulletin 1973
Chariots for Apollo Courtney G. Brooks 2009-03-26 Written by a trio of experts, this is the definitive reference on the Apollo spacecraft and lunar modules. It traces the design of the vehicles, their development, and their operation in space. More than 100 photographs and illustrations highlight the text, which begins with NASA's origins and concludes with the triumphant Apollo 11 moon mission.
A Volume of Technical Papers Presented at AIAA/NASA Third Manned Space Flight Meeting AIAA/NASA Manned Space Flight Meeting 1964
Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences 1967
U.S. Government Research and Development Reports 1970-11
Second Symposium on Protection Against Radiation in Space Arthur Reetz 1965
Paper 1979
Geological Survey Professional Paper 1978
Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports 1973
U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1980
The SAE Journal Society of Automotive Engineers 1962-07 Vols. 30-54 (1932-46) issued in 2 separately paged sections: General editorial section and a Transactions section. Beginning in 1947, the Transactions section is continued as SAE quarterly transactions.
A Collection of Technical Papers 1971
Technical Papers Presented 1964
Apollo Accident, Hearing .... United States. Congress. Senate. Aeronautical and Space Sciences 1968
HEARINGS BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES UNITED STATES SENATE 1969
Proceedings of the Working Group on Extraterrestrial Resources, 4th Annual Meeting Working Group on Extraterrestrial Resources. Meeting 1966
Investigation Into Apollo 204 Accident, Hearings Before the Subcommittee on NASA Oversight... United States. Congress. House Science and Astronautics 1967
Papers Presented at the AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE 25th Joint Propulsion Conference 1989
Investigation Into Apollo 204 Accident United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Astronautics. Subcommittee on NASA Oversight 1967

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