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space flight By marilou shafer
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space flight By marilou shafer
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Space Flight - A History By peter dancey
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A brief historical overview of the 'Cold War 'space race' between the USA and the USSR. Each countries steps and advances in achieving, or not, the various milestones in this facsinating and highly... More > dangerous rocket-powered manned exploration.< Less
A Brief History of Manned Space Flight By Keith Kisser
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A piece of micro-fiction, suitable for a contemplative evening at the computer.
Space Shuttle Endeavour's Final Flights, 2014 calendar By Brian Lockett
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A dozen photos of Space Shuttle Endeavour's Final Flights. Boeing 747-Shuttle Carrier Aircraft N905NA and Space Shuttle Endeavour arrived at Edwards Air Force Base from Biggs Army Airfield on... More > September 20, 2012. The pair were placed on static display at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center that afternoon. The 747/Shuttle stack departed from Edwards Air Force Base on the morning of September 21. It toured California and several landmarks in the LA Basin. It made two low passes over Los Angeles International Airport before making its final landing. The 747-SCA was flown to Edwards Air Force Base on September 24 where it was retired. The Endeavour is on display at the California Science Center.< Less
Space Shuttle Endeavour's Final Flights, 2013 calendar By Brian Lockett
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A dozen photos of Space Shuttle Endeavour's Final Flights. Boeing 747-Shuttle Carrier Aircraft N905NA and Space Shuttle Endeavour arrived at Edwards Air Force Base from Biggs Army Airfield on... More > September 20, 2012. The pair were placed on static display at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center that afternoon. The 747/Shuttle stack departed from Edwards Air Force Base on the morning of September 21. It toured California and several landmarks in the LA Basin. It made two low passes over Los Angeles International Airport before making its final landing. The 747-SCA was flown to Edwards Air Force Base on September 24 where it was retired. The Endeavour will go on display at the California Science Center on October 30.< Less
Non-Propellant Propulsion for Space Flight By Yung-Kang (Derby) Sun
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“Non-propellant Propulsion for Space Flight” gives brief introductions of space environments, two major orbital transfer methods, various unique and breakthrough propulsive technologies,... More > and presents two of my proposed propulsive ideas with fundamental physics and understandable explanations with mathematical formula at space travels. This book provides various unconventional propulsive technologies to readers with engineering and non-engineering backgrounds to open thoughts other than the traditional views for planetary travels in the solar system. This book would encourage readers with engineering and non-engineering backgrounds to have hope for advanced and unique propulsive technologies to travel other planets through introductions of breakthrough propulsive technologies, and inspire students at high schools to establish strong interests to pursue their degrees in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields after enrolled into colleges and universities.< Less
Non-Propellant Propulsion for Space Flight By Yung-Kang (Derby) Sun
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“Non-propellant Propulsion for Space Flight” gives brief introductions of space environments, two major orbital transfer methods, various unique and breakthrough propulsive technologies,... More > and presents two of my proposed propulsive ideas with fundamental physics and understandable explanations with mathematical formula at space travels. This book provides various unconventional propulsive technologies to readers with engineering and non-engineering backgrounds to open thoughts other than the traditional views for planetary travels in the solar system. This book would encourage readers with engineering and non-engineering backgrounds to have hope for advanced and unique propulsive technologies to travel other planets through introductions of breakthrough propulsive technologies, and inspire students at high schools to establish strong interests to pursue their degrees in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields after enrolled into colleges and universities.< Less
Non-Propellant Propulsion for Space Flight By Yung-Kang (Derby) Sun
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“Non-propellant Propulsion for Space Flight” gives brief introductions of space environments, two major orbital transfer methods, various unique and breakthrough propulsive technologies,... More > and presents two of my proposed propulsive ideas with fundamental physics and understandable explanations with mathematical formula at space travels. This book provides various unconventional propulsive technologies to readers with engineering and non-engineering backgrounds to open thoughts other than the traditional views for planetary travels in the solar system. This book would encourage readers with engineering and non-engineering backgrounds to have hope for advanced and unique propulsive technologies to travel other planets through introductions of breakthrough propulsive technologies, and inspire students at high schools to establish strong interests to pursue their degrees in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields after enrolled into colleges and universities.< Less
Deep Flight By Joe Johnson
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Through the crystal clear light, pulled in by the great telescope her nice, safe world ended. What she saw that night could not be. Someone, or perhaps more ominously something, seemed to be calling... More > for help. How could something, neither she or her colleagues knew who, know to use an old, obsolete Morse Code signal of distress and how could something as frozen in position as a star wink it's light to them in call of 'SOS'. How would they answer the old call of Save Our Ship which winked at them across the vastness of space. Earth had never built a ship which could reach this winking enigma. It would take the most powerful ship ever built to reach this thing, which the few who knew of it, secretly called Stranger One. Would the trip tell of mysterious visitors from another system, would they be able to answer the call of distress? Or just perhaps was the SOS a warning? The only way to know was to build; Deep Flight.< Less