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Marshall Space Flight Center
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Manned Spacecraft Center construction status 40 MSCutilization of resources
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John F Kennedy Space Center December 1963
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SIC test stand Marshall Space Flight Center
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Marshall Space Flight Center S1 stand modified for F1 en F1 engine undergoing captive test 44 F1 engine test stand Marshall Space Flight Center
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Environmental Testing Laboratory Manned Spacecraft Center
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Santa Susana static test facility 47 APOLLO spacecraft impact test facility North American Aviation
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Spacecraft service module propulsion development facility
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NASAWSMR A POLLO spacecraft propulsion systems 54 Sacramento test facility 55 SIV stage ground test 56 Sacramento facilities overall view
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Mississippi test operations and vicinity
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Mississippi test operations site plan
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SATURN V complex Mississippi test operations 60 Mississippi test operations SII test stand
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Mississippi test operations status of S11 test stand constru
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SIC test stand Mississippi test operations 63 MILA industrial area Kennedy Space Center 64 Operations and checkout building Kennedy Space Cent...
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Spacecraft fluid test complex MILA Kennedy Space Center 67 SATURN SA5 at John F Kennedy Space Center NASA
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Artists sketch LC 39 at KSC vertical assembly building and area 69 John F Kennedy Space Center NASA vertical assembly building
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GOSS network world locations APOLLO network
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Integrated mission control center building
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Integrated mission control center Manned Spacecraft Center mission operations control room
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Space project cycle Texas superimposed on lunar earthside hemisphere
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ALSSAPOLLO LEM to LEM truck 76 ALSSLEM truck TwoMan LRV 77 Kepler region
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APOLLO also APOLLO plus ALSS and APOLLO plus LESA 79 ALSSLEM truck shelterlaboratory and small LRV
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SATURN V lunar logistics vehicle
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90day mission payload deployed configuration
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Manned earth orbital laboratory
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GEMINI multiplemission vehicle
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APOLLO lab concepts
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Manned orbital research laboratory
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Three radial module space station
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Mars 88 Oppositions of Mars 89 Lowenergy nonstop flyby past Mars
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Mars landing mission profile
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Mass on orbit required for various Mars mission
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Concept of manned interplanetary spacecraft
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Mars mission module
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Manned space flight vehicle studies
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Baseline I fully recoverable
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Post SATURN class II
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Training activities
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Astronaut design participation
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Astronaut flight training 105 Astronaut survival training
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Astronaut environmental training 107 GEMINI systems trainer
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GEMINI mission simulator
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Applications
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Space science and applications flight program
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Magnetospheric studies
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Structure of magnetosphere
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International Quiet Solar Year
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Explorers
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Orbiting geophysical observatory
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Orbiting geophysical observatory picturing models
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Orbiting solar observatory
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Orbiting solar observatory reports of results
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Advanced orbiting solar observatory
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Gravitational anomalies
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Nature of the universe areas of interest
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Orbiting astronomical observatory
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OAO spacecraft 1964
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Lunar objectives
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RANGER BLOCK III
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SURVEYOR spacecraft
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Lunar orbiter
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Status of earthbased work for lunar program
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Lunar and planetary programs
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Planetary program objectives
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Mars atmosphere 1
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MARINER Mars 1964
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Future planetary program
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Life in space program objectives
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Biosatellite
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Areas in applications
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Life cycle of a cyclone
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World radiation map July 16 1961
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TIROS VIII
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Nimbus
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Meteorological program accomplishments in calendar year 1963
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Future meteorological milestones 1
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TELSTAR spacecraft 1
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ECHO II spacecraft
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Sustaining university program funding history to
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Graduate scientists and engineers entering training 166 Sustaining university program training
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University research facilities
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Typical facilities 169 Sustaining university program research
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Sustaining university program distribution of acti
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Aeronautical transportation spectrum
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Conference on supersonic transport
169
Research on supersonic transport materials
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Sonic boom overpressure
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Supersonic transport performance projection
172
Hypersonic aircraft
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Flying and piloting characteristics
174
Typical space vehicles
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Fatigue of metals in space
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Explorer XVI accumulated penetrations
177
Structural design considerations for space vehicle tanks
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Strength and notch tolerance of tank materials at liquid hydrogen temperature
179
Effect of ablation on entry vehicle shape
180
Ablation sensors
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Tests of lifting reentry vehicles 186 Advanced launch vehicle engines 187 High pressure engine technology
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Combustion oscillations
186
Fluorine addition to oxygen kerosene
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Solid motor technology
190
M1 engine 192 Fluorinehydrogen technology 193 Nuclear rocket manned Mars landing mission
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Major reactor development problem areas 195 KIWINERVA reactor schedule
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Advanced research and technology nuclear rocket program
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Nuclear rocket dynamics and controls facility Plum Brook
194
Engine test stand 1 ETS1 NRDS
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Experimental welding fixture
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Nuclear electric system for spacecraft propulsion and position control
197
Thrust range for electric propulsion applications
198
Threemodule 9kilowatt electrostatic thruster array 203 Flow and heat transfer in ionized gases
199
Operating range of power sources
201
Potential isotope applications
202
SNAP8 program milestones fiscal year 1
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Improved silicon solar cells 210 Solar thermionic
205
Battery advancements
207
Electrostatically suspended gyro
208
Optical inertial sextant
209
Optical navigation studies
210
Manned booster pilot performance
211
Using gravity differences to stabilize spacecraft
212
Communication capabilities 218 MIROS modulation inducing retrodirective optical
213
Automatic pattern recognition system
214
Specific weight of life support systems
216
Electrocatalytic oxygen regeneration systems
217
Tracking and data acquisition 223 Types of support
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Requirements for various programs
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Satellite network growing requirements
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Satellite network improved tracking capability
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Meteorological satellite support
229
Communications satellite support
230
Deep space network lunar and planetary requirements unma
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Deep space network unmanned
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Single frequency system for APOLLO stations
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Station at Cape Kennedy for APOLLO spacecraft
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APOLLO postinjection requirements
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APOLLO reentry trajectory network support
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APOLLO reentry areas requiring tracking coverage
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Supporting research and technology
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RICHARD B RUSSELL Georgia MARGARET CHASE SMITH Maine
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year 1965
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