Advances in Space Science and Technology : Volume 4

By: Ordway, Frederick IMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandAdvances in Space Science and Technology: Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (446 p.)ISBN: 9781483224657Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Advances in Space Science and Technology : Volume 4LOC classification: TL790 | .O739 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Advances in Space Science and Technology; Copyright Page; Contributors to Volume 4; Foreword; Table of Contents; Contents of Previous Volumes; Chapter 1. Doppler Effect of Artificial Satellites; I. Introduction; II. Experimental Devices; III. Perturbations; IV. Utilization of Results; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 2. On the Possibilities of the Existence of Extraterrestrial Intelligence; I. Introduction; I I . The Origin of Planetary Systems; I I I . The Development of Intelligent Life; IV. The Thinking Process; V. The Development of Intelligent Mechanical Automata
VI. Extraterrestrial Intelligent AutomataVII. Concluding Remarks; Appendix: A Mathematical Definition of Thinking Functions; References; Bibliography; Chapter 3. The Development of Multiple Staging in Military and Space Carrier Vehicles; I. Introduction; II.Historical Development; III.Theoretical Aspects; List of Symbols; References; Bibliography; Chapter 4. Spacecraft Entry and Landing in Planetary Atmospheres; I. Introduction; II. Entry Equations; III. Entry Analyses; IV. Recovery; V. Preliminary Design Aspects; VI. Concluding Remarks; References; List of Symbols
Chapter 5. Development of Manned Artificial Satellites and Space StationsI. Introduction; II. Background; III. Aerospace and SpaceCraft; IV. New Concepts and Approaches; V. Costs; References; Bibliography; Chapter 6. On the Utilization of Radioactive Elements as Energy Sources for Spacecraft Propulsion; I. Introduction; II. Classification, Production, and Properties of Radiergols; III. Domains and Limits of Radiergol Propulsion; IV. Radiothermal Engines; V. Radionic Engines; VI. Conclusions; Appendix I. Tables of Radiergols; Appendix II. Radiergol Theory
Appendix III. Curies, Roentgens, Kilowatts, and ProtectionAppendix IV. Optimal Propulsion; Appendix V. Electrical Breakdown in Vacuum, after Cranberg; References; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX
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Front Cover; Advances in Space Science and Technology; Copyright Page; Contributors to Volume 4; Foreword; Table of Contents; Contents of Previous Volumes; Chapter 1. Doppler Effect of Artificial Satellites; I. Introduction; II. Experimental Devices; III. Perturbations; IV. Utilization of Results; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 2. On the Possibilities of the Existence of Extraterrestrial Intelligence; I. Introduction; I I . The Origin of Planetary Systems; I I I . The Development of Intelligent Life; IV. The Thinking Process; V. The Development of Intelligent Mechanical Automata

VI. Extraterrestrial Intelligent AutomataVII. Concluding Remarks; Appendix: A Mathematical Definition of Thinking Functions; References; Bibliography; Chapter 3. The Development of Multiple Staging in Military and Space Carrier Vehicles; I. Introduction; II.Historical Development; III.Theoretical Aspects; List of Symbols; References; Bibliography; Chapter 4. Spacecraft Entry and Landing in Planetary Atmospheres; I. Introduction; II. Entry Equations; III. Entry Analyses; IV. Recovery; V. Preliminary Design Aspects; VI. Concluding Remarks; References; List of Symbols

Chapter 5. Development of Manned Artificial Satellites and Space StationsI. Introduction; II. Background; III. Aerospace and SpaceCraft; IV. New Concepts and Approaches; V. Costs; References; Bibliography; Chapter 6. On the Utilization of Radioactive Elements as Energy Sources for Spacecraft Propulsion; I. Introduction; II. Classification, Production, and Properties of Radiergols; III. Domains and Limits of Radiergol Propulsion; IV. Radiothermal Engines; V. Radionic Engines; VI. Conclusions; Appendix I. Tables of Radiergols; Appendix II. Radiergol Theory

Appendix III. Curies, Roentgens, Kilowatts, and ProtectionAppendix IV. Optimal Propulsion; Appendix V. Electrical Breakdown in Vacuum, after Cranberg; References; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX

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