Manned Laboratories In Space : Second International Orbital Laboratory Symposium

Singer, S Fred (ed); preface by Wernher von Braun

Published by D Reidel, 1969
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Ex-Lib Library stamps/marks/pocket, o/w lt wear Solid copy. Astrophysics and Space Science Library, vol 16. Symposium organized by the International Academy of Astronautics at the XIX International Astronautical Congress, New York, 18 October 1968."The following papers fall into four major areas: First, the various applcations of a manned orbiting laboratory for observations of the earth and its terrain, of the oceans, and of the atmosphere. Next follows a discussion of the manned astronomical laboratory for the observations of objects beyond the earth. The third area is technologically oriented and discusses the design problems of a manned space station in a comprehensive fashion. The final area concerns the use of a manned space station as a stepping stone for manned planetary flight, with a particular case being made to adopt a flyby of Mars and Venus as a next major space goal." This collection of papers captures the forward thinking on space exploration just as the United States was about to achieve the first manned moon landing.; Ex-Library; 133 pages. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Manned Laboratories In Space : Second ...
Publisher: D Reidel
Publication Date: 1969
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Book Description Springer, Netherlands, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The publication of this book is extremely timely, for the next major advances in manned space flight after Project Apollo will most likely be made in earth orbital operations. Manned exploration of the moon will certainly continue after the initial landing, but it will be performed essentially with the Saturn V launch vehicles and Apollo spacecraft developed in Apollo, especially in the early phases. Modifications to this basic hardware will increase operating capabilities to permit extensive lunar explo- ration during prolonged stay times by the astronauts on the moon s surface. Manned orbital space stations have been studied for years, and NASA is already well along in development of its first attempt to provide more spacious accommo- dations for astronaut-scientists in its Saturn Workshop program. While the Workshop is certainly not the ultimate space station of which our technology is capable, it is a workable, poor man s approach to the immediate need for using and expanding our present manned space flight capability without a de- trimentalloss of momentum. The approach of converting a Saturn rocket stage into a manned laboratory and observatory in space is an improvisation that matches the use of the jerry-built Jupiter C back in 1958 to launch Explorer I. Let s hope that it can get the job done just as effectively. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1969. Seller Inventory # LIE9789401034227

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Book Description Springer, Netherlands, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. The publication of this book is extremely timely, for the next major advances in manned space flight after Project Apollo will most likely be made in earth orbital operations. Manned exploration of the moon will certainly continue after the initial landing, but it will be performed essentially with the Saturn V launch vehicles and Apollo spacecraft developed in Apollo, especially in the early phases. Modifications to this basic hardware will increase operating capabilities to permit extensive lunar explo- ration during prolonged stay times by the astronauts on the moon's surface. Manned orbital space stations have been studied for years, and NASA is already well along in development of its first attempt to provide more spacious accommo- dations for astronaut-scientists in its Saturn Workshop program. While the Workshop is certainly not the ultimate space station of which our technology is capable, it is a workable, poor man's approach to the immediate need for using and expanding our present manned space flight capability without a de- trimentalloss of momentum. The approach of converting a Saturn rocket stage into a manned laboratory and observatory in space is an improvisation that matches the use of the jerry-built Jupiter C back in 1958 to launch Explorer I. Let's hope that it can get the job done just as effectively. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1969. Seller Inventory # APC9789401034227

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