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Fri Mar 21 17:10:10 2014 UTClccn-n780911210.27Apollo expeditions to the moon /0.440.84OTV propulsion issues proceedings of a conference held at NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, April 3-4, 1984261192879n 78091121226255containsVIAFID/126233085United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information BranchcontainsVIAFID/143049634United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Divisionlccn-n79134855Langley Research Centerlccn-n80126316Lewis Research Centerlccn-n79138699Ames Research Centerlccn-n85308634Project Apollo (U.S.)lccn-n78091122United StatesNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationScientific and Technical Information Branchlccn-n79105937George C. Marshall Space Flight Centerlccn-n78091123United StatesNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationScientific and Technical Information Divisionlccn-n78087581United StatesNational Aeronautics and Space Administrationlccn-no91017593United StatesNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationScientific and Technical Information Programlccn-n80131455Burgess, EricUnited StatesNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationScientific and Technical Information OfficePhotographs‡vfrom spaceHistoryPeriodicalsObservationsMapsAbstractsBibliographyPioneer (Space probes)Space flight to the moonMercury (Planet)MoonAeronauticsMars (Planet)LandformsExploration of outer spaceOuter spaceVenus (Planet)Space stationsExploration of Jupiter (Planet)Jupiter (Planet)AstronauticsSpace medicine--PeriodicalsAviation medicine--PeriodicalsReusable space vehiclesSpace shuttlesRockets (Aeronautics)--FuelHydrogen as fuelLunar explorationLunar geologySpace sciencesAstronautics--ExperimentsEngineersUnited StatesLangley Aeronautical LaboratorySpace shuttles--Propulsion systemsProject Apollo (U.S.)Project Mariner (U.S.)Skylab ProgramApollo Soyuz Test ProjectSpace medicineJohn F. Kennedy Space CenterAstronautics--International cooperation19621964196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199920009985515053263629.454TL789.8.U612452ocn001623434book19750.27Apollo expeditions to the moonHere men from the planet earth. First set foot upon the moon - July 1969 A.D. We Came in peace for all mankind. From the plaque on the Eagle, Apollo 11, which landed on the moon on July 20, 19699483ocn006861453book19800.32Fimmel, Richard OPioneer, first to Jupiter, Saturn, and beyond8928ocn001311052book19740.35United StatesMars as viewed by Mariner 9 : a pictorial presentation by the Mariner 9 television team and the planetology program principal investigatorsPhotographs from space7812ocn003543300book19780.33Dunne, James AThe voyage of Mariner 10 : mission to Venus and MercuryObservations7662ocn002644423book19770.32Skylab, our first space station6432ocn003211441book19770.37Fimmel, Richard OPioneer odysseyThe success of Pioneer 11 in repeating an encounter with the giant planet Jupiter and producing unique images of the north polar regions of the planet necessitated an updating of [the previous edition] SP-349. Additional material has been added to the descriptive material about the flight of the spacecraft in Chapter 5. The following chapter, describing the results of the two missions, has been completely updated in the light of further interpretations of the Pioneer 10 data coupled with the new data from Pioneer 11. And additional Chapter 9 has been added to provide a selection of the better images obtained by Pioneer 11. This chapter also includes images of the four Galilean satellites6362ocn003516272book19780.39United StatesApollo over the moon : a view from orbitPhotographs from space59120ocn001645472serial0.73Scientific and technical aerospace reportsPeriodicalsAbstracts5782ocn005172128map19780.39Davies, Merton EAtlas of MercuryPhotographs from spaceMaps5702ocn003705781book19780.39Ezell, Edward ClintonThe partnership : a history of the Apollo-Soyuz test projectHistoryThis Web site is an online version of a book that explores the history behind the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, an evolutionary process of nearly 20 years. It traces the events that led to NASA's cooperative flight and then introduces the reader to five men, from two nations, as they worked together in the vastness of space5552ocn000023818book0.50Brooks, Courtney GThe Apollo spacecraft : a chronology5522ocn002655447book19770.39Skylab, classroom in space5382ocn003608505book19780.47Benson, Charles DMoonport : a history of Apollo launch facilities and operationsHistoryMoonport presents a solid historical analysis of one of the twentieth century's most impressive technological achievements: the building and operation of the launch complex in Florida from which the United States undertook its Apollo lunar expeditions. Using official documents, letters, reports, and memoranda, the authors have provided a lucid account of the highly complex process of construction and operation at the Kennedy Space Center. As this manuscript was being prepared, these same facilities were being modified to serve as the launch site for Apollo's successor, the Space Shuttle4912ocn002519972book19760.47Lyndon B. Johnson Space CenterSpace Shuttle4484ocn003542575book19780.66Sloop, John LLiquid hydrogen as a propulsion fuel, 1945-19594396ocn001832161serial0.73Aerospace medicine and biologyPeriodicalsBibliographyA selection of annotated references to unclassified reports and journal articles that were introduced into the NASA scientific and technical information system and announced in Scientific and technical aerospace reports (STAR) and International aerospace abstracts (IAA)4133ocn021018645book19870.66Hansen, James REngineer in charge : a history of the Langley Aeronautical Laboratory, 1917-1958History3962ocn003001093book19770.56Newkirk, Roland WSkylab : a chronologySkylab exceeded all early expectations by being manned for 28,59, and 84 days respectively, a full 31 days longer than planned.Over the years, Skylab evolved in the wake of the lunar landing program. This chronology relates only the beginning3176ocn001664053serial0.79Aeronautical engineeringPeriodicalsBibliographyA selection of annotated references to unclassified reports and journal articles that were introduced into the NASA scientific and technical information system and announced in Scientific and technical aerospace reports (STAR) and International aerospace abstracts (IAA)3061ocn000357253book19720.56Manned Spacecraft Center (U.S.)Apollo 15 : preliminary science report"The Apollo 15 mission was the first of the Apollo missions to utilize the full capability of a complex set of spacecraft and launch vehicles... provided results that furnish many new insights into lunar history and structure. Perhaps most important of all, this mission provided results that give a meaningful overall picture of the Moon. The scientific endeavors of the Apollo 15 mission can be divided into three distinct kinds of activities: (1) the orbital experiments, 12) the package of lunar-surface experiments, and (3) the surface sampling and observation."--p. xi81ocn013360111book19840.84OTV propulsion issues proceedings of a conference held at NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, April 3-4, 1984Conference proceedingsFri Mar 21 15:23:36 EDT 2014batch55764