Advances in Space Science and Technology : Volume 5

By: Ordway, Frederick IMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandAdvances in Space Science and Technology: Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (353 p.)ISBN: 9781483224664Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Advances in Space Science and Technology : Volume 5LOC 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 5; FOREWORD; Table of Contents; CONTENTS OF PREVIOUS VOLUMES; Chapter 1. Astronautical Investigations of the Sun; I. Introduction; II. Some Unsolved Solar Problems; III. The Role of Space Observations in Solar Physics and Some Suggested Experiments; IV. Demands on Laboratory Physics; References; Chapter 2. Advances in Communication Relay Satellite Techniques; I. Introduction; II. The Need for Long Range Communications; III. Satisfaction of Communication Demand
IV. Basic Satellite Communication System TechniquesV. Design Factors in Satellite Systems; VI. Specific System Proposals; VII. Status of Experimental Communication Satellite Programs; References; Chapter 3. Solid Propellant Rocket Technology; I. Introduction; II. Factors Affecting Propellant Performance; III. Grain Design; IV. Ignition of Solid Propellant Rockets; V. Testing of Solid Propellant Rockets; VI. Solid Propellant Processing; VII. Inspection and Quality Control; VIII. Grain Defects; IX. Thrust Vector Control and Thrust Termination; X. Solid Fuel Rockets for Space Missions
XI. ConclusionBibliography; Chapter 4. Environmental Control of Manned Space Vehicles; I. Introduction; II. Ecologic Components; III. Bioenergetics of the Steady State; IV. Environmental Control: Theory and Applications; References; Chapter 5. Terrestrial, Lunar, and Planetary Applications of Navigation and Geodetic Satellites; Part 1: The Navigation Satellite; Part 2: The Geodetic Satellite; Part: 3. Lunar and Planet Navigation; Part 4: The Investigation of the Gravitational Fields of the Moon and Planets with Artificial Satellites; References; Chapter 5. Orbital Operations; I. Introduction
II. The Role of Orbital Operations in AstronauticsIII. Definitions; IV. Mission and Systems Integration of Orbital Operations; V. Station Keeping; VI. Intercept; VII. Intercept Delivery and Pick-Up; VIII. Rendezvous; IX. Fly-By; X. Fly-By Delivery and Pick-Up; XI. Interorbital Transfer; XII. Typical Orbital Launch Operation; References; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX
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Front Cover; Advances in Space Science and Technology; Copyright Page; CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME 5; FOREWORD; Table of Contents; CONTENTS OF PREVIOUS VOLUMES; Chapter 1. Astronautical Investigations of the Sun; I. Introduction; II. Some Unsolved Solar Problems; III. The Role of Space Observations in Solar Physics and Some Suggested Experiments; IV. Demands on Laboratory Physics; References; Chapter 2. Advances in Communication Relay Satellite Techniques; I. Introduction; II. The Need for Long Range Communications; III. Satisfaction of Communication Demand

IV. Basic Satellite Communication System TechniquesV. Design Factors in Satellite Systems; VI. Specific System Proposals; VII. Status of Experimental Communication Satellite Programs; References; Chapter 3. Solid Propellant Rocket Technology; I. Introduction; II. Factors Affecting Propellant Performance; III. Grain Design; IV. Ignition of Solid Propellant Rockets; V. Testing of Solid Propellant Rockets; VI. Solid Propellant Processing; VII. Inspection and Quality Control; VIII. Grain Defects; IX. Thrust Vector Control and Thrust Termination; X. Solid Fuel Rockets for Space Missions

XI. ConclusionBibliography; Chapter 4. Environmental Control of Manned Space Vehicles; I. Introduction; II. Ecologic Components; III. Bioenergetics of the Steady State; IV. Environmental Control: Theory and Applications; References; Chapter 5. Terrestrial, Lunar, and Planetary Applications of Navigation and Geodetic Satellites; Part 1: The Navigation Satellite; Part 2: The Geodetic Satellite; Part: 3. Lunar and Planet Navigation; Part 4: The Investigation of the Gravitational Fields of the Moon and Planets with Artificial Satellites; References; Chapter 5. Orbital Operations; I. Introduction

II. The Role of Orbital Operations in AstronauticsIII. Definitions; IV. Mission and Systems Integration of Orbital Operations; V. Station Keeping; VI. Intercept; VII. Intercept Delivery and Pick-Up; VIII. Rendezvous; IX. Fly-By; X. Fly-By Delivery and Pick-Up; XI. Interorbital Transfer; XII. Typical Orbital Launch Operation; References; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX

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