NASA Authorization for Fiscal Year 1974: Hearings, Ninety-third Congress, First Session, on S. 880 ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1973 - 1811 pages
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activities addition Administrator Agena agencies aircraft analysis Apollo applications authorized benefits booster budget Centaur Center CHAIRMAN changes committee communications completion conduct Continued contractor cost crew DIRECTOR DIVISION dollars Earth economic effects effort engine equipment estimates expendable experiments facilities FIGURE fiscal year 1974 FLETCHER follows funds future going important increase landing launch launch vehicles look lunar major materials ment million mission module MYERS NASA OFFICE operations orbit payload performance period planned possible present problems proposed questions record reduce represent request requirements responsible result Retrieval satellite schedule Science Senator ABOUREZK Senator CANNON Skylab solar solid Sortie Space Flight Space Shuttle spacecraft specific stage studies surface tank technical tion transportation Tug Tug Tug United
Page 3 - In the Budget of the United States Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1970. The bill would authorize appropriations to be made to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in the sum of $3,760,527,000, as follows: (1) for "Research and development.
Page 16 - Engineers, an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Theodore von Karman Memorial Foundation.
Page 8 - Administrator or his designee has transmitted to the Speaker of the House, the President of the Senate and the...
Page 8 - Act shall be construed to prohibit any institution of higher education from refusing to award, continue, or extend any financial assistance under any such Act to any Individual because of any misconduct which in its judgment bears adversely on his fitness for such assistance. (2) Nothing in this section shall be construed as limiting or prejudicing the rights and prerogatives of any institution of higher education to institute and carry out an independent, disciplinary proceeding pursuant to existing...
Page 7 - Act, and that such refusal was of a serious nature and contributed to a substantial disruption of the administration of such institution, then such institution shall deny, for a period of two years, any further payment to, or for the direct benefit of, such individual under any of the programs specified in subsection (c).
Page 993 - The Administrator shall determine, and promulgate regulations specifying, the terms and conditions upon which licenses will be granted by the Administration for the practice by any person (other than an agency of the United States) of any invention for which the Administrator holds a patent on behalf of the United States.
Page 516 - Soviet manned spacecraft and stations in order to enhance the safety of manned flights in space and to provide the opportunity for conducting joint scientific experiments in the future. It is planned that the first experimental flight to test these systems be conducted during 1975, envisaging the docking of a United States Apollo-type spacecraft and a Soviet Soyuz-type spacecraft with visits of Astronauts in each other's spacecraft.
Page 10 - If an institution of higher education determines, after affording notice and opportunity for hearing to an individual attending, or employed by, such institution, that such individual has...