4 edition of Affordable In-Space Transportation phase II found in the catalog.
Affordable In-Space Transportation phase II
by Office of Space Access and Technology, NASA Headquarters, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC?], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Affordable In Space Transportation phase two., Affordable In Space Transportation phase 2., Advanced concepts project., October 16-17, 1996, Technical Interchange Meeting: executive summary., Technical Interchange Meeting: executive summary.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- 206469., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-206469.|
|Contributions||United States. Office of Space Access and Technology.|
|The Physical Object|
§ Introduction to chemical rocket transportation § Asteroidal fuels § Lunar fuels § Launching the first missions with present day Earth rockets § Steam rockets and asteroids § Electric Propulsion for Inter-Orbital Vehicles § Using Cold-War nuclear missiles to launch peaceful payloads instead. The Space Elevator: A Revolutionary Earth-to-Space Transportation System I am sure that we could add a few more zeros as everything in space is more expensive then quoted. Still it does show the project might be possible and affordable if it can work something I am not qualified to say that it does depend on materials that we don't have yet/5(18).
The Phase II plan includes a verification matrix of measurements to be performed at the end of Phase II, along with specific quantitative pass-fail ranges for each quantity listed. Phase II Deliverables - A full report of component and/or breadboard validation of sensor measurements, including populated verification matrix from Phase I (TRL ). This is the linkage between phase I and the proposed phases II and III. Goals and Objectives It is commonly recognized that the U.S. space launch industry needs revitalization to recapture commercial markets from foreign competition and to stimulate the development of new commercial ventures in space. SUBJECT: INFORMATION: Space Flight Operations Contract Phase II - Cost-Benefit Analysis Report Number IG The NASA Office of Inspector General has completed an audit of the Space Flight Operations certain that further consolidation of about $10 billion in Space Shuttle contracts will result in net savings to the Government.
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What this book /5(3).Space Transportation System, Ebook B. Johnson Space Center, NASA Parkway, Houston, Harris County, TX - ebook in space - Shuttle Program and the first shuttle to fly with the Phase II and Block I SSME. Discovery also carried the Hubble Space Telescope to orbit and performed two of the five servicing missions to the observatory.