Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1973 - Aeronautics
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activities addition Administrator Aeronautics and Space Agena agencies analysis Apollo applications authorized benefits booster budget carry Centaur Center CHAIRMAN changes committee communications completion conducted continue contractor cost crew dollars Earth economic effects effort engineering equipment estimates expendable experiments facilities FIGURE fiscal year 1974 FLETCHER follows funds future going increase involved landing launch launch vehicle lunar major million mission MYERs NASA ║ ║ Office operations orbit payload performance period planned possible present proposed questions record reduce represent request responsible satellite schedule Science scientific Senator ABOUREZK Senator CANNON Skylab solar Space Flight Space Shuttle spacecraft specific stage studies surface tank technical tion transportation Tug Tug Tug United
Page 678 - This subpart sets forth policies and procedures, developed jointly by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Department of Defense, with reference to procurement of supplies or services by NASA from or through the Military Departments.
Page 816 - ... the most effective utilization of the scientific and engineering resources of the United States with other nations engaged in aeronautical and space activities for peaceful purposes ; and to provide for the widest practicable and appropriate dissemination of information concerning NASA's activities and their results.
Page 517 - Soviet manned spacecraft and stations in order to enhance the safety of manned flight 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 13 - 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...
Page 145 - The information in this report has been reviewed for security classification. Review of any information concerning Department of Defense or Atomic Energy Commission programs has been made by the MSFC Security Classification Officer. This report, in its entirety, has been determined to be unclassified. This document has also been reviewed and approved for technical accuracy.
Page 731 - ... achieve the fulfillment of the Summary of Results of Discussion on Space Cooperation Between the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Academy of Sciences of the USSR dated January 21, 1971.
Page 995 - employee" means an employee of an employer who is employed in a business of his employer which affects commerce. (7) The term "State" includes a State of the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. (8) The term "occupational safety and health standard...
Page 995 - Among the most important goals thereof are to provide incentives to foster inventiveness and encourage reporting of inventions made under NASA contracts, to provide for the widest practicable dissemination of new technology resulting from NASA's programs, and to encourage the expeditious development and adoption of this new technology for commercial purposes.
Page 13 - It is the sense of the Congress that it is in the national interest to foster and encourage individual enterprise in the development and distribution of supplies of helium, and at the same time provide, within economic limits, through the administration of this...